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Difficult Noun Opposites - December 15, 2014Lesson Collection #2 - Lesson 14c
Although this lesson is primarily a vocabulary review / development exercise, students with a large vocabulary will probably be challenged a bit with this lesson; students with a small vocabulary will learn lots of new words. Inherently built into this lesson are two important additional elements of practicing English; working with articles (a, an & the) as well as ordinals (1st, 2nd & 3rd).
This lesson is really fun - even for those who don't know the meanings of the words. Pairs of students compete against each other to be the first to identify all of the opposites.
Do your students know the opposites of these words?
There are 28 difficult noun opposites on the worksheet.
All of the answers are printed in the Teachers' Instructions, thank goodness!!!
There are two additional worksheets in this series. They are:
Easy Noun Opposites (See Lesson 14a above) -and-
Medium Difficulty Noun Opposites(See Lesson 14b above).
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