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Easy Adjective Opposites - February 20, 2017Lesson Collection #2 - Lesson 14f
In pairs, students ask each other for the missing adjective opposites from their worksheets. This is a fun lesson to improve vocabulary by targeting opposite (and paired) adjectives. On the worksheets, each student has half the answers. By working together, they can complete all of the 28 simple adjective opposites.
The pairs of words on the worksheet include:
Early / Late
Sweet / Sour
Tall / Short
Cheap / Expensive
Awake / Asleep -and-
Open / Closed, etc.
This worksheet is a great way to learn or review vocabulary, work with creating simple sentences, working with negatives and ordinal numbers. It can also be a stimulating competition between pairs or small groups of students.
For similar style lessons:
Easy Noun Opposites (Lesson Collection Set #2 - Lesson 14a)
Mid. Difficulty Noun Opposites (Lesson Collection Set #2 - Lesson 14b)
Difficult Noun Opposites (Lesson Collection Set #2 - Lesson 14c)
Easy Verb Opposites (Lesson Collection Set #2 - Lesson 14d)
Mid. Difficulty Verb Opposites (Lesson Collection Set #2 - Lesson 14e) -and-
Mid. Difficulty Adjective Opposites (Lesson Collection Set #2 - Lesson 14g).
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