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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

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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.

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