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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122022: Antonyms
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    Antonyms


    Choose the right antonyms of the words in brackets.



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    1. A stone is not (soft). It is .

    2. A (bitter) truth is better than a lie.

    3. The sheep is (herbivorous) whereas the lion is .

    4. Laurel and Hardy were a comedy duo. Laurel was (thin) and Hardy was .

    5. The water in the river was very (clear) yesterday. Now that it has started raining it has become quite .

    6. Lara used to be an (active) girl, but she has become quite now.

    7. Unlike poles of a magnet (attract) each other, whereas alike poles each other.

    8. John is an (amateur) photographer, but his father is a one.

    9. Our (brave) policemen are chasing the criminal.

    10. We must catch him, (dead) or .









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