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  • Clever- mentally quick and resourcefulSmart- mentally alertLoud- marked by intensity or volume of soundNoisy- making noiseScary- causing frightSpooky- relating to, resembling, or suggesting spooksFast- characterised by quick motionQuick- acting or capable of acting with speed
  • Angry- feeling or showing angerMad- disordered in mindThrow- to propel through air by a forward motion of the hand and armToss- to fling or heave continuously about, to and rom, or up and down
  • Cold- having a relatively low temperature or one lower than normal or expectedHot- having a relatively high temperatureOver- across a barrier or intervening spaceUnder- in or into a position below or beneath somethingWet- still moist enough to smudge or smearDry- free or relatively freee from a liquid and especially water
  • Clean- free from dirt or pollutionDirty- not clean or pureWhispered- to address in a whisperShouted- to utter a sudden loud cry

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  • SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMS WALUHAN, JAY MARK J. BSChE-II
  • SYNONYMS Synonyms are words with almost the same or similar meanings. Synonyms can be any part of speech (such as nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs or prepositions), as long as both words are the same part of speech.
  • The boy who wears a red shirt is angry because you’re looking at him. The boy who wears a red shirt is mad because you’re looking at him. I throw the football as far as I can. I toss the football as far I can.
  • ANTONYMS Antonyms are words with opposite or nearly opposite meanings Antonyms can be any part of speech (such as nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs or prepositions), as long as both words are the same part of speech.
  • The plate is as clean as it was before so he must be really hungry. The plate is dirty because he did not wash it. The little girl whispered her secret to her best friend. That lady shouted at the top of her lungs with the use of megaphone.
  • ALWAYS REMEMBER oSynonyms and antonyms are useful to know because they improve reading and writing skills by enriching our vocabulary. oFamiliarising or memorising the synonym or antonym of a word is good technique to remember them. oDecoding words through context clues is also the best way to remember them instead of recalling one by one.
  • THAT’S ALL FOLKS! GOOD DAY!