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Practice - Vocabulary Development - 06

Hello superstars! Ready for a fun and exciting quiz? This one is about words and their meanings. By the end of this quiz, you'll learn new words and expand your vocabulary. Remember, every word you learn is a step closer to becoming a word wizard. So, let's begin!
1.
What does 'miniscule' mean?
Very small
Very loud
Very big
Very colourful
'Miniscule' is an adjective used to describe something that's very, very small.
2.
What is the meaning of 'gobble'?
To eat slowly
To eat neatly
To eat quickly and noisily
To cook
'Gobble' means to eat something quickly and often noisily.
3.
What is the meaning of 'meticulous'?
Being careless
Showing great attention to detail
Being very tall
Happening very often
'Meticulous' describes someone who's very careful, precise and who pays great attention to detail.
4.
What does 'slender' mean?
Very small
Thin
Very hot
Big
'Slender' is a word for something that's gracefully thin.
5.
What does 'swift' mean?
Very slow
Very loud
Very fast
Very high
'Swift' means very fast or quick.
6.
What is the meaning of 'ponder'?
To run
To play
To think very loudly
To think carefully about something
'Ponder' means to think carefully about something, often for a good while.
7.
What is the meaning of 'sprint'?
Speak very loudly
Speak or say something very softly
Run very fast
Jump very high
'Sprint' means to run as fast as you can over a short distance.
8.
What does 'scorching' mean?
Very cold
Very hot
Very wet
Very windy
'Scorching' is used to describe something that's extremely hot or intense.
9.
What does 'shimmer' mean?
To shine softly and wavily
To be very loud
To run very fast
To be very big
'Shimmer' means to shine with a soft, slightly wavering light.
10.
What is the meaning of 'clumsy'?
Very good at sports
Very good at music
Moving or doing in a smooth manner
Moving or doing in a careless, awkward way
'Clumsy' describes someone who often knocks things over or drops things, usually because they handle things carelessly or awkwardly.
Author:  Graeme Haw

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