This quiz is all about synonyms which are words with similar meanings. Try not to muddle synonyms with antonyms, which are words with opposite meanings!Your English teachers have probably encouraged you to use more synonyms in order to avoid being repetitive in your writing. This is, of course, a fantastic idea! You should, however, be judicious in your choices of synonym. For example, you might want to replace the word "non-stop" with "interminable". The words are synonyms and using either word would make sense in most cases. But it's also important to consider register. If you are addressing small children, for instance, "non-stop" would make sense and "interminable" would not. "Non-stop" might also be the better choice if you were speaking casually or writing informally, and also if you were trying to have an immediate impact, for example in a poster or leaflet. "Fight these non-stop changes to our A&E department!" is more compelling than "Fight these interminable changes to our A&E department!" So remember to bear context in mind when replacing words with their similes.
Have a go at our first English synonym quiz to get you familiar with similar vocabulary choices.