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Adjectives 01 (Age 5) - Including same and different

What do ‘little’, ‘few’ and ‘early’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘unlike something else’? This quiz has the answers.

In Year 1 and learning new words? This fun to play rapid vocabulary quiz was written just for you.

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In each question you will be shown four words. All you have to do is choose which one matches the meaning given.
1.
Quite small
MAIN
DIFFICULT
LITTLE
NECESSARY
Jack liked little spiders.
2.
Less than the usual size
HARD
SMALL
FIRM
FORMER
The small mouse ran out of the room.
3.
Lived for many years
BAD
FREE
PRIVATE
OLD
Our old cat always curls up by the fire.
4.
Exactly like something else
SAME
PAST
SPECIAL
SINGLE
Imogen has the same dress as her best friend.
5.
Unlike something else
SURE
NATIONAL
DIFFERENT
WIDE
They went a different way to school this week.
6.
Very big
LIKELY
STANDARD
PERSONAL
LARGE
Elephants are large animals.
7.
A large distance
PATIENT
LONG
CERTAIN
SIMILAR
It was a long walk to the duck pond.
8.
A long way from top to bottom
HIGH
MAJOR
EASY
TRUE
The high tower almost touched the clouds.
9.
Hardly any
REAL
FEW
COMMON
FINE
Gemma had a few coins left in her piggy bank.
10.
Too soon
EARLY
SHORT
STRONG
FINAL
Harry turned up early for assembly.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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