Here’a fun quiz for you to test your knowledge of 35 opposite words.
You will find the list of all opposite words in Brazilian Portuguese just below the quiz. Boa sorte!
certo / errado (right / wrong)
largo / estreito (wide / narrow)
barato / caro (cheap / expensive)
grosso / fino (thick / thin)
cheio / vazio (full / empty)
quente / frio (hot / cold)
úmido / seco (wet / dry)
macio / áspero (soft / rough)
alto / baixo (tall, high / short, low)
gordo / magro (fat / thin)
dentro / fora (inside / outside)
fácil / difícil (easy / difficult)
apertado / folgado (tight / loose)
jovem / velho (young / old)
rico / pobre (rich / poor)
seguro / perigoso (safe / dangerous)
longe / perto (far / near)
feliz / triste (happy / sad)
solteiro / casado (single / married)
claro / escuro (clear, bright / dark)
pesado / leve (heavy / light)
fora / dentro (out / in)
longo / curto (long / short)
direita / esquerda (right / wrong)
bonito / feio (pretty, handsome / ugly)
frio / quente (cold / hot)
profundo / raso (deep / shallow)
limpo / sujo (clan / dirty)
grande / pequeno (big / small)
forte / fraco (strong / weak)
rápido / devagar (quick, fast / slow)
novo / velho (new / old)
bom / ruim (good / bad)
duro / mole (hard / soft)
aqui / lá (here / there)
So, how did you do? Let me know in the comments below?
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