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Synonyms and Antonyms (Grade 6)

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Synonyms and Antonyms

Instructions: Follow the instructions for choosing the synonym or antonym of the selected word in each question.

1. 
Choose a synonym for the word in all caps in the following sentence:
Will you ALLOW us to stay up late tonight?
  1. permit
  2. join
  3. tell
  4. forbid
 
2. 
Choose an antonym for the word in all caps in the following sentence:
Will you ALLOW us to stay up late tonight?
  1. permit
  2. join
  3. tell
  4. forbid
3. 
Choose a synonym for the word in all caps in the following sentence:
"Ugh! This is my best dress," WAILED Linda when she slipped in the mud.
  1. fished
  2. whispered
  3. cried
  4. said
 
4. 
Choose an antonym for the word in all caps in the following sentence:
She spilled her milk on her new sweater and said, "Can things get any WORSE?"
  1. sad
  2. better
  3. happy
  4. bad
5. 
Choose a synonym for the word in all caps in the following sentence:
One by one, the crowd DRIFTED away during the speech.
  1. wandered
  2. stumbled
  3. hurried
  4. ran
 
6. 
Choose an antonym for the word in all caps in the following sentence:
They were AFRAID to go into the dark woods.
  1. fearful
  2. unhappy
  3. careful
  4. fearless
7. 
Which of the following are NOT antonyms?
  1. tidy and messy
  2. noble and commoner
  3. foul and clean
  4. content and satisfied
 
8. 
What is a antonym for presentable?
  1. neat
  2. clean
  3. messy
  4. a bedroom
9. 
We have rather LOFTY expectations for you, son. You will attend college. You will become rich and famous. You will be elected President of the United States before you turn forty.

Which is a synonym of LOFTY?
  1. high
  2. shaky
  3. small
  4. lowly
 
10. 
Loathe is an antonym for detest.
  1. True
  2. False
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