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Synonym Worksheets

Synonym Worksheets
Synonyms and Antonyms Series - The Complete Guide - Save Time! View Now... Simile Exercises - Simile Synthesis - Sentence Rewriting View Now... Synonym Worksheets Synonyms are words that have similar or the same meanings. The Synonym Drop We pick words out of sentences and ask you to determine the correct word to drop in its place. Synonym Replacement We ask you to change words in a reading passage. Sentences With Synonyms We tell you which words to change, we just give you a word bank to work with. Pulling Synonyms Together You choose between two possible words to match the meaning of the words. Walk the Plank, Synonyms! Means The Same Find two words in each row that have a similar meaning. The Synonym Retake Change the words that we point out in the sentences. Snatch a Synonym This is a really good review. Synonym Password This is in your basics testing format. Synonym and Antonym Match This includes antonyms with it. Elementary Level Synonym Worksheet This is a basic matching activity.

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18 English words that mean very different things in Britain and America As the old adage famously goes: you say tom-MAY-toes, and I say tom-MAH-toes. We should probably call the whole thing off, right? Ever since the might of the British Empire was expelled from the United States, ordinary folk from both sides of the pond have chuckled at each other's use of the English language and pronunciation. Here are several important examples you need to remember - simply to make sure no one gives you a weird look when you're off on your holidays. Motivation Procedure 1. Discussion Divide the class into small groups. Write the five questions on the board and ask learners to answer the questions together. Doing It Differently: Tips for Teaching Vocabulary Every Monday my seventh grade English teacher would have us copy a list of 25 words she'd written on the board. We'd then look up the dictionary definitions and copy those down. For homework, we'd re-write each word seven times.

SynonymsVocabulary Games and Resources For example “big” (an adjective), “slowly” (an adverb) and “talk” (a verb) all have synonyms, while “sock” (a noun) does not. Synonyms are fun to learn using matching and pick-it games. Kids like learning synonyms thanks to online synonym games as well as online kids dictionaries. There are many synonym resources for teachers available for creating synonym lesson plans, synonym worksheets and synonym classroom activities. Also online, a kids’ thesaurus is a useful way to create synonym lists as is a kids’ dictionary. Vocabulary placement test - intermediate students Have you tried our vocabulary placement test for elementary students, and it was too easy for you? Have you scored close to 2000? Then this is the vocabulary test you should take.

Word list - PE (Subject) words associated with PE for secondary students Please join us to access translation features This public word list was created by Northfleet Technology College Humanising Language Teaching Magazine for teachers and teacher trainers Daniela Tomatis, Italy Daniela Tomatis is a teacher at Scuola Media Villanova Mondovì, Cuneo, in the north of Italy. She is interested in vocabulary teaching and memory techniques. She enjoys trying new activities. E-mail: dan.ro@tiscalinet.it Menu

HomophonesVocabulary Games and Resources then they are also homographs. Kids have a lot of fun with homophones and particularly enjoy learning about homophones using fun online matching and fill-in-the-blanks games. Kids like learning homophones thanks to online homophone games as well as online kids dictionaries. There are many homophone resources for teachers available for creating homophone lesson plans, homophone worksheets and homophone classroom activities. Also online, a kids’ thesaurus is a useful way to create homophone lists as is a kids’ dictionary. Homophone games for elementary school students are very popular with third, fourth and fifth graders, while learning homophone definitions in sixth through eighth grade is a good precursor to playing middle school homophone games.

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