Opposite Meaning requires you to find the difference between words.
In this series of 11-plus verbal reasoning quizzes, you have to find TWO words, one from each group, that are the most OPPOSITE in meaning. Choose the correct answer from the four choices available.
We all know words that mean different things, and words that are almost or 'kind of' opposite, but we are looking for the MOST opposite word each time. An example has been done for you. Please give it a thorough read before rushing into the quiz - it's always important to read any instructions and examples before tests and exams. If you get into the habit when revising, then it will become second nature to you.
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