Antonym, synonym and vocabulary questions appear on most types of High School standardized tests.
Antonyms are words that have opposite meaning – for example good and bad.
Synonyms are words with the same meaning – for example wonderful and fantastic.
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Meaning in context is guessing the meaning of a word by considered together with the surrounding words or circumstances.
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Synonym Practice Questions
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Antonym Practice Questions
Antonym vocabulary practice questions are found on standardized tests such as the SSAT, Firefighter, CFAT, HSPT,
1. Choose the antonym pair.
a. Abundant and Scarce
b. Several and Plenty
c. Analysis and Review
d. Obtrusive and Hierarchical
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Vocabulary practice questions are included in many different types of standardized tests including
College Entrance: CUNY
High School: TACHS, Nelson Denny, ISEE and SSAT
Nursing: Health Occupations Aptitude Exam (PSB/HOAE)
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