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Adjectives 09 (Age 5) - Including serious and appropriate

What do ‘significant’, ‘specific’ and ‘original’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘relevant or suitable’? This quiz has the answers.

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FIND OUT ABOUT SUBSCRIPTIONS

In each question you will be shown four words. All you have to do is choose which one matches the meaning given.
1.
First or there at the start
ORIGINAL
POSITIVE
RELEVANT
USUAL
The original idea evolved over time.
2.
Of value
PRIMARY
WARM
HUGE
WORTH
The new library is worth a visit.
3.
Unrelated or apart from others
PHYSICAL
SEPARATE
LEFT
RICH
Humans are a separate species from cats.
4.
Quite bad or major
SERIOUS
ESSENTIAL
SLOW
CORRECT
Our road was closed due to a serious accident.
5.
A low temperature
HOT
OVERALL
COLD
PRETTY
Jane wore her hat as it was cold outside.
6.
Relevant or suitable
INDEPENDENT
APPROPRIATE
SAFE
ANNUAL
It was an appropriate moment to bring up the subject.
7.
Cheerful and smiling
HAPPY
RESPONSIBLE
BEAUTIFUL
REGULAR
Our son always has a happy face.
8.
Of considerable importance
DRY
FAIR
SIGNIFICANT
LATTER
The yacht cost a significant amount of money.
9.
To do with a country where you don't live
INTERESTED
MEDICAL
PRACTICAL
FOREIGN
Next year we are going on a foreign holiday.
10.
Very clear and precise
STRANGE
COMMERCIAL
SPECIFIC
JOINT
The big box came with specific instructions.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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