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I have a PARTICULAR liking for chocolate.

Adjectives 03 (Age 5) - Including top and able

What do ‘individual’, ‘particular’ and ‘kind’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘containing as much as possible’? This quiz has the answers.

In Year 1, your first year of school? This fun and quick vocabulary quiz was written to teach you new words.

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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.
Special
PRIVATE
SIMPLE
FIT
PARTICULAR
I have a particular liking for chocolate.
2.
Caring and helpful
WIDE
RECENT
KIND
DEEP
The kind man took the lady across the road.
3.
The highest
PERSONAL
POOR
NORMAL
TOP
Jon got top marks in the maths test.
4.
Pale in colour
LIGHT
SINGLE
WRONG
CENTRAL
Her brother had light brown hair.
5.
Capable of
SIMILAR
ABLE
DUE
NATURAL
Charlie was able to tie his shoe laces when he was 4 years old.
6.
Short in height
FORMER
LOW
OFFICIAL
NICE
The gym was a long, low building.
7.
Free and not busy
AVAILABLE
FINE
INTERNATIONAL
MODERN
The doctor is available this afternoon.
8.
Containing as much as possible
FULL
TRUE
VARIOUS
DARK
The washing machine was full of dirty towels.
9.
Plain to see
NECESSARY
DIRECT
CLEAR
ALONE
It was clear the cake was ruined.
10.
Separate
FINAL
INDIVIDUAL
CURRENT
PREVIOUS
Her dress had individual sequins on it.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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