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Exercise 4 - Language in use
Consistent has different forms:

consistent (adjective)describes something that always stays the same.

Inconsistent (adjective) is the opposite of consistent. The syllable 'in' at the beginning of a word often means 'NOT', so inconsistent means something that is NOT consistent.

Consistently (adverb)describes an action that is consistent.
Drag and drop the correct forms to complete the sentences below.

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