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Adjectives 10 (Age 5) - Including basic and average

What do ‘impossible’, ‘successful’ and ‘aware’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘uncomplicated, simple or easy’? This quiz has the answers.

Aged 5 and in your first year of school? This enjoyable and fast vocabulary quiz was written to help 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.
Ordinary, usual or normal
TINY
LATTER
AVERAGE
SENIOR
The average person works 5 days a week.
2.
Uncomplicated, simple or easy
BASIC
BEAUTIFUL
REGULAR
EQUAL
Larry knew the basic rules of the game.
3.
Feeling sad and regretful
LEFT
SORRY
RICH
ACTIVE
I am sorry I upset you.
4.
Angry or annoyed
CROSS
RELEVANT
USUAL
DOMESTIC
The teacher got cross when the children kept talking.
5.
Handy and helpful
USEFUL
MEDICAL
MAXIMUM
IMPOSSIBLE
Aunt Rebecca found her walking stick really useful.
6.
Prepared for something
OVERALL
PRETTY
READY
ACTUAL
Paul was ready to help in the garden.
7.
Smooth and even
COMMERCIAL
FLAT
JOINT
ORDINARY
We need a flat surface so the marbles don't roll away.
8.
Familiar with or knowing about something
AWARE
SLOW
CORRECT
INITIAL
I hope you are aware of the danger involved.
9.
Famous, wealthy or winning
WARM
HUGE
POWERFUL
SUCCESSFUL
The successful actress won the award.
10.
Hard to lift or move
SAFE
HEAVY
ANNUAL
DEAR
The heavy wardrobe wouldn't budge.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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