Words that have opposite meanings are also known as antonyms.
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. Take your time and look at each of the words carefully before making your choice.
If you get stuck with any of the questions, it might be worth having a dictionary to hand. This way, you can look up the exact meanings of each word in order to help you decide which answer to choose.
An example has been done for you. Do your best and don't move onto the next quiz until you've got ten out of ten in this one. If you can get 40 out of 40 in these four 'Opposite Meaning' quizzes, then you'll be well on your way to passing the 11+ exam.
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