2 thoughts on “C1 Word formation ‘Best Food for Illnesses’

  1. Hello José Antonio! I think that what the doctor was recommending was to have a shower with lots of vapour, so I would use steamy as an adjective, although it’s true that you can now have a steam shower unit fitted into your home (a compound noun). If it had been an exam, both options would have been absolutely perfect.


  2. Can I say “a steam shower” as well as “a steamy shower”, Serena? Or are they different?


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