The word 'cheer' is really quite versatile....
You may be currently experiencing some Christmas cheer! Meaning that you must be enjoying the holiday season, or the Christmas spirit, etc.
Phrasal verbs with cheer....
Cheer on; to physically encourage someone by clapping, shouting, cheering them on... "I'll be here to cheer you on when the match starts." Cheerleaders do this for a living!
Cheer up; when someone looks sad, we want them to smile. "Cheer up! It's not the end of the world"
Now, for other forms of cheer
Cheerful; Somebody can be cheerful or happy, or they can sound cheerful. "Jo, you're always so cheerful these days."
Cheerless; The opposite to cheerful, sad. "What a cheerless crowd of people."
Homework - B1+
Write them down in the comments section and I will check the sentences for you.
Homework B2 +
Can you find any other forms of cheer?
Look up some synonyms and try to write some sentences.
Homework C1 +
Exam Tip; Use of English can be tough at this level, why not create a table on excel and list all the nouns you learn and their different forms? i.e Adjectives, adverbs, verbs, etc.