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Adjectives 12 (Age 5) - Including primary and essential

What do ‘positive’, ‘responsible’ and ‘obvious’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘curious or fascinated’? This quiz has the answers.

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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.
Unrelated or separate
ACTUAL
INDEPENDENT
QUIET
TECHNICAL
My sister and I have independent views on the subject.
2.
Clear or plain to see
ORDINARY
PROPER
OBVIOUS
LOVELY
It was an obvious ploy to get him to agree.
3.
Having no water
SENIOR
EXCELLENT
DRY
STRANGE
Pass me a dry towel please.
4.
To do with the body
SWEET
PHYSICAL
CHEAP
INTERNAL
His physical strength was incredible.
5.
Very important or vital
ESSENTIAL
ACTUAL
QUICK
SOFT
It is essential that you follow the rules.
6.
Curious or fascinated
IMPOSSIBLE
NARROW
REASONABLE
INTERESTED
I am interested in Greek mythology.
7.
Hopeful or optimistic
DOMESTIC
EMPTY
UNABLE
POSITIVE
It's good to have a positive outlook in life.
8.
Guilty, to blame or in charge of
RESPONSIBLE
EQUAL
FRESH
FORMAL
Who's responsible for the mess in this room?
9.
First, main or chief thing
POWERFUL
CIVIL
FAMOUS
PRIMARY
Our primary concern is to look after you.
10.
Extremely or very warm
DEAR
BROAD
HOT
SUBSTANTIAL
The hot stew burned his tongue.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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