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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #100567: Opposite adjectives
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Adjectives | Frequent mistakes | Find the word [Change theme]
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    Opposite adjectives

     hard-working lazy heavy light quiet noisy tall short
     smooth prickly strong weak ugly beautiful hard soft


     thin fat thin  thick  straight curly straight curved 

    3 thin slices of ham
    sharp raw cooked deep  shallow
    narrow  wide / broad  

    a smiling dog

    a frowning dog

    a huge dinosaur

    a tiny mouse 

    two cute little cats

    English exercise "Opposite adjectives" created by lili73 with The test builder
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      My friends Sue and Mark have just bought a new house.

     They are not so they have looked for one.

     It is not a house but it is and . They love it a lot.

     This house is located in a place, near a forest, among trees.

     The children are dancing in front of the house. They look .

     They have discovered such a flower. A daisy.

     Oh my God!  Look behind the highest tree, there is a wolf hanging around!

     It doesn't seem , nevertheless Sue and Mark should be more .

     They shouldn't let their little ones alone outside the house.

    Mes amis Sue et Mark viennent d'acheter une nouvelle maison.
    Ils ne sont pas riches aussi ils ont cherché une maison bon marché.
    Ce n'est pas une maison immense mais elle est jolie et confortable.
    Ils l'aiment beaucoup.
    Elle est située dans un coin tranquille, près d'une forêt, au milieu de grands arbres.
    Les enfants dansent devant la maison, ils ont l'air heureux.
    Ils ont découvert une fleur passionnante: une marguerite qui sourit.
    Oh, Mon Dieu! Regardez derrière le plus grand des arbres, il y a un loup qui rôde! Il ne semble pas agressif,
    cependant Sue et Mark devraient être plus prudents. Ils ne devraient pas laisser leurs enfants seuls à l'extérieur de la maison.

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