Please look at the problems below: CASH means the same as or opposite of: The wages paid to an employee: Think

of the word that fits the description. Select the first letter of the word. The right answers are money and S(for Salary)has an X on the box .

price

refund

X money

bank

G-

N-

X S-

V-

Y-

Now work the problems below. In each row, put an X in the box for the answer. A holiday from a job is a: Think of the word that fits the description. Select the first letter of this word. BDMTV-

BEGIN means the same as or 1 opposite of: ENTRANCE means the same as or 2 opposite of: A mark which remains after a wound is 3 healed: morning work x start journey street curtain theater x exit F- J- N- x S- V- A public sale of property to the highest x A4 bidder: BENEFICIAL means the same as or 5 opposite of: HUMID means the same as or 6 opposite of: The stick which the leader of a band 7 beats time: C- E- G- R- artificial tamable x detrimental piquant humorous x dry solid frigid A- x B- H- L- Q .

a 15 constitution: 16 A workman who builds or repairs wooden structures: distraught B- x large F- inductive L- reluctant x VY- H- R- S- x T- W momentous enraged vigilant x temporary dominant x inflexible destructive ignorant x AB- Dx C- FF- TI- UK- . or addition to.8 A child with both parents dead: PREMATURE means the same as or 9 opposite of: F- H- I x O B x late primitive material decisive DIMINUTIVE means the same as or 10 opposite of: 11 A large covered vehicle for moving furniture or for trucking: 12 A cap or cover used in sewing to protect the finger: ETERNAL means the same as or 13 opposite of: PLIABLE means the same as or 14 opposite of: A version of.

BASHFUL means the same as or 17 opposite of: ADVERSE means the same as or 18 opposite of: 19 A whirling wind accompanied by a funnel-shaped cloud: 20 An object that will attract iron: OBSOLETE means the same as or 21 opposite of: DESTITUTE means the same as or 22 opposite of: 23 A combat between two people. 24 The internal process which makes food absorbable: INFAMOUS means the same as or 25 opposite of: 26 LACERATED means the same as or patient eligible parallel x diffident admirable P- detailed Q- x opposed x T- rhyming UV- F- x M- N- R- T- x outworn rampart bucolic genuine crazy x DB- x needy Gx D- desperate NF- injured OHBI- dauntless disgruntled x honorable x mangled contagious fringed intricate stricken .

opposite of: The point where earth and sky seem 27 to meet: 28 A soldier below the grade of a noncommissioned officer: BF- DH- FN- x Hx P- IT- OPTIONAL means the same as or 29 opposite of: IMPOTENT means the same as or 30 opposite of: 31 A water channel. man-made and used for navigation: 32 A tenth part of a cent: 33 RECIPROCAL means the same as or opposite of: DEFT means the same as or opposite 34 of: 35 A book of the names and addresses of ocular x obligatory reasonable raucous X powerful AKx mutual prosaic BLresidual troubled x CX Mdefective tribal ENconditional FO- deaf B- x clumsy x D- talkative G- valuable HQ- .

people living in a city: 36 A very strong wire rope: STEADFAST means the same as or 37 opposite of: CALLOUS means the same as or 38 opposite of: 39 An instrument to record the number of steps taken in walking: 40 An edifice for dramatic performances AVARICIOUS means the same as or 41 opposite of: REQUISITE means the same as or 42 opposite of: A place where a river may be crossed 43 by wading: 44 A space entirely devoid of a potter 45 METICULOUS means the same as or A- x C- F- K- P- x irresolute tawdry consequential buoyant desperate AD- x sensitive FG- calamitous x PM- hollow Vx TYW- greasy grumpy grimy x greedy stubborn redeemable x dispensable pedantic ALunwieldy x FNtense HPnervous NRX slovenly Tx V- .

opposite of: BENIGN means the same as or 46 opposite of: 47 A burn or injury to the flesh by hot liquid or steam: 48 The act of falsely producing a writing or instrument: democratic E- indignant G- mottled N- x kind Rx S- B- D- x F- H- J- .