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Adjectives 06 (Age 5) - Including true and final

What do ‘former’, ‘necessary’ and ‘final’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘relating to oneself’? This quiz has the answers.

In Year 1 and learning new words? This enjoyable and quick vocabulary quiz was written to help you in your first year of school.

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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.
Relating to oneself
FOREIGN
USEFUL
CONSIDERABLE
PERSONAL
His personal life was a mess.
2.
Broad from side to side
COLD
READY
WIDE
FAST
They had to cross a wide river.
3.
Correct and factual
TRUE
SERIOUS
AWARE
TRADITIONAL
It was true that he was late for school today.
4.
Like but not the same as something else
SEPARATE
SIMILAR
SORRY
COMPLEX
Raisins are similar to currants.
5.
One only
SINGLE
HAPPY
BASIC
EFFECTIVE
Maisie had a single handkerchief in her drawer.
6.
Required or needed
SIGNIFICANT
AVERAGE
NECESSARY
POPULAR
When playing sports, it is necessary to wear the correct shoes.
7.
The last one
FINAL
SPECIFIC
FLAT
INTERESTING
Today is the final day of the holidays.
8.
In good health
ORIGINAL
FINE
CROSS
DOUBLE
Danny felt fine after taking his medicine.
9.
Earlier than now
APPROPRIATE
FORMER
HEAVY
EXTRA
Life was much harder in former times.
10.
Only for one or a few people
WORTH
SUCCESSFUL
STRAIGHT
PRIVATE
They had a private meeting last night.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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