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Understand Antonyms 3

In this worksheet, students investigate words with more than one antonym.

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'Understand Antonyms 3' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Year:  Year 5 11+ worksheets

Curriculum topic:   English

Curriculum subtopic:   Grammar: Synonyms & Antonyms

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Worksheet Overview

Many words have an obvious antonym, such as near and far or over and under.


However, there are quite a lot of words that have more than one antonym. Sometimes this is because the same word can mean different things.

for example:

right (meaning 'correct') and wrong

right (as in 'right hand side') and left


Sometimes there can be more than one antonym for a word with a single meaning. The antonym of open can be either shut or closed.

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