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Adjectives 07 (Age 5) - Including various and simple

What do ‘recent’, ‘current’ and ‘official’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘mistaken or incorrect’? This quiz has the answers.

Aged 5 and in your first year of school? This fun to play and fast vocabulary quiz was written to help you learn 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.
Happening now
CURRENT
FLAT
INTERESTING
OBVIOUS
Given current events, she was smiling.
2.
Worldwide
CROSS
INTERNATIONAL
DOUBLE
POSITIVE
His latest book was an international success.
3.
Plain with nothing extra
SUCCESSFUL
STRAIGHT
PRIMARY
SIMPLE
She wanted a simple wedding ring.
4.
Of a lower than average quality
USEFUL
CONSIDERABLE
INTERESTED
POOR
The robot was a poor design.
5.
Not long ago
READY
FAST
RECENT
HOT
The recent events made everyone nervous.
6.
Approved by an authority
HEAVY
OFFICIAL
EXTRA
INDEPENDENT
There was an official letter in the post.
7.
Expected to be done
SORRY
DUE
COMPLEX
PHYSICAL
Your papers are due tomorrow.
8.
Mistaken or incorrect
WRONG
BASIC
EFFECTIVE
RESPONSIBLE
Ryan got two wrong answers in his maths test.
9.
More than one type of thing
VARIOUS
AWARE
TRADITIONAL
ESSENTIAL
There were various dishes on offer at our local restaurant.
10.
Most straightforward
AVERAGE
POPULAR
DIRECT
DRY
We took the direct route to the vet.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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