CBSE Class 6 English SA1 Practice Worksheets - Opposites

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[Class VI] [Worksheet ____] [English SA-I]

Month : August - I

1. Add ‘un-’ to make opposites.

For example, true — untrue.

Add ‘un’– to the words below to make their opposites.

l. identified ————————— 6. educated ——————––———

2. controlled ——————–—–– 7. interesting ——————––——

3. attended ————————–— 8. qualified —————————––

4. successful ———————–— 9. trained ——————–—–———

5. important ————————— 10. answerable ———–—————

2. Answer the following questions :

(i) What was the ‘game’ that every child in the school had to play?

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(ii) Write about ‘Blind Day’

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(iii) What was the purpose of ‘Lame Day’?

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(iv) Write about the game you play.

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