Variation of Verb Meanings Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.1.5.D

Core Standard

There are many words in the English language that basically mean the same thing only to a slightly different degree. If a word has a positive connotation, a word that is roughly a synonym could be more or less positive than that word. A simple example would be the words "like” and "adore”. Both words mean that you have an affinity towards something, "adore” is a much stronger type of affinity. These worksheets will help students understand the level to which words that are synonymous can relate.









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