Studying Synonyms Practice Exercises (page 2)
Read the following study guide for a concept review:
Activity 1: THE SEARCH IS ON!
All the vocabulary words from the previous pages are hidden in this puzzle. Look across, down, diagonally, and backward.
Activity 2: WHAT AM I?
Read each question, then choose an appropriate answer from this lesson's vocabulary words.
- I replace the generic word things and can be used as both singular and plural. What am I?
- I mean "beautiful," but in a most innocent and charming way. What am I?
- I'm someone who no one seems to want to spend any time around because I'm grumpy. What am I?
- I describe someone you definitely would want to invite to your next party. What am I?
- I mean "huge" but am so special that I have a double meaning in classical architecture. What am I?
Activity 3: GET CREATIVE
On the lines below, write a story using at least five of the vocabulary words in this lesson.
Activity 4: CHOOSE-A-WORD
Read each question and circle the correct answer.
- When you look in the mirror, you hope this word comes to mind.
- This is the kind of trouble you want to have in your life.
- If you're ever stuck in an elevator, you should hope it's filled with people who exhibit this characteristic.
- This could describe how you walk when you have no particular destination.
- If you have to fight any battles, you might want to take along someone who is known for being
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