These positive and negative adjectives include both common and academic words. Matching the opposites is good vocabulary practice (as discussed in Advanced Adjective Opposites Vocabulary Games.)
This game is a part of that group, on a separate page to enable the interactive script to work.
The non-interactive games below are also matching games: more opposites (antonyms) and then synonym matching.
They offer practice with words describing personality traits or attitudes (in addition to 'competent' and 'dependable' in the interactive matching game.)
Instructions: Match the negative words in the drop-down menu on the right with their opposites on the left, then check your answers.
Match these attitude opposites (antonyms). Most are discussed on Personality Vocabulary. (You can just match their numbers and letters on a piece of paper. For example, 1C or 1F.)
Positive traits (generally):
Match the (usually negative) traits below with their opposite ones above:
Note: daring is not always a positive trait, and its antonym is not always considered negative.
Now match the traits below with their synonyms (words with similar meanings) from the lists above:
K. bold, L. bored, M. careful, N. flexible, O. hardworking, P. kind, Q. optimistic, R. persistent, S. uncertain
Answers to the 2nd & 3rd (non-interactive) Matching Games.
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