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March 20, 2017
Look for Antonyms to Figure Out Tough Vocabulary

Antonyms are "opposite words." For example: "Your fraudulence made me angry; had you been honest, I wouldn't have snapped." In this example, the word, "fraudulence" has the antonym context clue "honest," which can help make the sentence — and the word definitions — much easier for your child to understand.

 
 

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