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Practice - Vocabulary Development - 04

Welcome to our Vocabulary Development quiz, young learners! Are you ready to embark on a fun-filled vocabulary journey? This delightful KS1 quiz will challenge you with 10 exciting questions to help you learn new words and their meanings. So, buckle your thinking caps and let's get started!
1.
What is the meaning of the word 'damp'?
Dry
Wet
Hard
Soft
'Damp' means slightly wet.
2.
What does the word 'roar' mean?
To speak softly
To laugh
To cry
To make a loud sound
'Roar' means to make a loud, deep cry or sound.
3.
What is the meaning of the word 'delightful'?
Sad
Boring
Very pleasing
Angry
'Delightful' means very pleasing or enjoyable.
4.
What is a synonym for the word 'Beautiful'?
Ugly
Pretty
Bad
Dirty
A synonym is a word that means the same or nearly the same as another word. So, 'Pretty' is a synonym for 'Beautiful'.
5.
Which one of the following words means 'full of joy and happiness'?
Sad
Miserable
Cheerful
Angry
'Cheerful' means full of joy and happiness.
6.
What does the word 'leap' mean?
Talk loudly
Talk softly
Dance
Jump
'Leap' means to jump a long way or a great height.
7.
What does the word 'Bold' mean?
Afraid
Scared
Coward
Courageous
'Bold' means the same as 'Brave' - having or showing mental or moral strength to face danger, fear, or difficulty - having or showing courage.
8.
What does the word 'harvest' mean?
Plant seeds
Water the plants
Gather crops
Dig holes
'Harvest' means to gather (a crop) or to obtain (a yield) from a plant.
9.
Which of the following words means 'very big'?
Tiny
Gigantic
Small
Short
'Gigantic' means very big or enormous.
10.
What is an antonym for the word 'Happy'?
Joyful
Sad
Elated
Cheerful
An antonym is a word that means the opposite of another word. So, 'Sad' is the opposite of 'Happy'.
Author:  Graeme Haw

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