The course name is "English Vocabulary: Teaching and Learning." I should write a master essay for a UK university, but I am not a native and the instructor knows it. I am afraid to get a too perfect to be true essay so please maintain a sober and simple style even if academic. Here the instruction for the essay: "Exercise 1 in Chapter 3 from Vocabulary in language teaching (2020, p. 72): The high correlations between several word-knowledge aspects in Gonzalez-Fernandez and Schmitt (2020) suggest that different kinds of word knowledge are interrelated. One example of this is that more frequent words tend to have an informal register (ask) while less frequent words tend to be more formal (invite). Another is that knowledge of derivational suffixes is connected to knowledge of word class, since these suffixes change a word's part of speech. Can you think of any other examples of such interrelatedness? Discuss examples of how the various types of word knowledge are interrelated (., how the frequency of words is related to register and levels of formality; or how knowledge of the form-meaning link might be related to knowledge of grammar and word classes). Reflect on the implications for teaching and learning vocabulary. As you work on this part of the assessment, you may wish to also read Chapter 4, as this will give you information on the word knowledge aspects of frequency and collocation." This option is an academic essay and should follow the standard structure, ., introduction, main body, conclusion, and references. Sessions in PPs will help you to be introduced to the topic. Sessions 3 and 4 are more specific for the essay. As I can not upload PPs in this window I'll send them to you by email as far we get in touch. "Vocabulary in language teaching" is the main book of the course, then you have some research related to the topic. Guidance (formatting) can be found in the Assessment Handbook.