Volume 5, Number 9, November 6, 2000
Antonyms are words with opposite meanings.
Underline the two antonyms in each sentence. The first one is done for you.
1. A famous author wrote this story at a time when she was still unknown.
2. Running shoes are too casual to wear at such a formal event.
3. It’s the same thing every four years: Karen and I always have opposite opinions about the election.
4. Andrew believes that you sold the faulty parts that he purchased on the Web.
5. How could such a dull man write such an exciting book?
6. Which is more dangerous for that spacecraft, the ascent or the descent onto the desert runway?
7. Michelle should never have told her little sister to always wear shoes on her hands.
8. If he’s really innocent, why does he look so guilty?
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