For Part 3 of the Use of English test, read the text below.
Use the word given in capitals on the right to form a word that fits the gap in the same line.
There is an example at the beginning: (O) POLICIES
|For cycling passengers planning to take a train with their bikes, here are a few of the bicycle (0) ... of the main railway lines of the UK and Ireland, along with other initiatives designed to give you some practical (1) ... .||POLICY
|In general, most rail companies will allow you to take your bike on the train for free, although Eurostar charges £20 per bike for a one-way journey. The  …. of trains have just two reservable spaces or racks for bicycles, with any  …. bikes being carried only at the conductor's discretion. Travelling with family or a group of friends may, in that case prove a headache. Notable  … include the Southern Line whose trains hold as many as 10 cycles in the end wagon!||MAJOR
|Most train lines require you to book in advance - which can be  … if you prefer to improvise rather than stick to a fixed itinerary - though  …. bikes are usually accepted as hand luggage, even at peak times. For non-folding bikes there are often restrictions over peak travel times.||ANNOY
|To make it easier for passengers to combine bicycle and rail travel, some train companies have invested  …. in bike racks and secure lockers at stations so passengers can leave their bikes safely. There are also  …. cycling maps available from some stations.||HEAVY
|Perhaps the most innovative approach is the 'cycle rescue service' offered by some rail companies which help cyclists who hurt  …. or damage their bike and are unable to complete the cycling part of their journey. They will even drive you home or to a train station or cycle repair shop to get your bike  …..||THEY
ANSWERS AND ANALYSIS
|1 ADVICE||Turn the verb into a noun. Advice is always singular, so DO NOT write advices.|
|2 MAJORITY||You must transform the adjective to an noun.|
|3 ADDITIONAL||Watch out for some big transformations!|
|4 EXCEPTIONS||Remember it’s the noun in plural.|
|5 ANNOYING||It’s the same rule for other adjectives such as boring, tiring, interesting, etc…|
|6 FOLDING||The same as number 5. If you don’t know this word, guess it! Use logic, of course. FOLDABLE is also possible.|
|7 HEAVILY||You need an adverb here. Be careful with spelling if the adjective ends in ‘y’.|
|8 DOWNLOADABLE||Download is the verb.
Downloadable is the adjective
|9 THEMSELVES||You must know all the reflexive pronouns, like myself, yourself, etc…|
|10 FIXED||This is causative [similar to passive], so you need the participle here.|