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18 flashcards illustrating pairs of opposites– strong/weak, short/tall– with two pictures on each card.
Category: Grammar Tags: adjectives, opposites
This set combines all the adjective vocabulary from the Easy Adjectives and Adjectives sets, but here each card shows one pair of opposites– two vocabulary words– on each card.
Opposite Adjectives Word List
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Fülöp Katalin –
Thank you! Köszönöm!
You’re welcome 🙂
Saeed Rostamzadeh –
Thanks a million for your great flashcards. I will use them in my teaching.
Wish you luck.
You’re welcome, Saeed. I hope they’re useful for your classes 🙂
this is a super resource! thanks so much!
-special ed teacher
Glad to hear that 😀 You’re very welcome!
Thank you so much for putting these up. You are providing a wonderful resource for teachers and students!
That’s nice to hear, thank you 🙂
I have a question about the opposite adjectives cards – there is one set that I can’t figure out. It’s the card with a woman with straight blond hair and another woman with reddish curly hair. I can’t figure out which adjectives this card represents.
The card with the two women was intended for teaching long and short [hair], but you could use it for teaching straight and curly, actually. 😀
Thank you so much for the resources! I’m so glad I found this site.
You’re welcome! Glad you find the flashcards helpful! 🙂
LALE BİÇER –
ı love your flashcards and make use of them in my classes. Thank you 🙂
nguyen duy linh –
Very well done and useful flashcards. Thank you!
Aiko Epil –
Thank you sooo much for the free downloadable resources! The graphics are great and the font too. This is a great help for my hearing impaired (Deaf) learners.
Adriana Zanella –
They are great.
These cards have added some value to my classroom, especially since they are students with special needs, and the pictures can be quite relatable.