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Adjectives 13 (Age 5) - Including relevant and fair

What do ‘medical’, ‘commercial’ and ‘relevant’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘just, right or honest’? This quiz has the answers.

Aged 5 and in Year 1? This enjoyable rapid 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.
To do with trade and business
COMMERCIAL
PROPER
LOVELY
RURAL
The commercial offices in town were too expensive for the company.
2.
Just, right or honest
EXCELLENT
STRANGE
FAIR
BRIEF
They thought it was a fair deal so went ahead.
3.
Remaining or not yet used
CHEAP
LEFT
INTERNAL
IMMEDIATE
How much money have you got left?
4.
Causing no harm
QUIET
SAFE
TECHNICAL
BRIGHT
Is it safe to drink tap water?
5.
A pleasant amount of heat
CIVIL
FAMOUS
SUFFICIENT
WARM
Jake stayed in the garden for a while as it was a warm evening.
6.
Attractive and appealing
BEAUTIFUL
FRESH
FORMAL
SUITABLE
Georgie wore a beautiful blue dress.
7.
To do with illness and treatment
NARROW
REASONABLE
THIN
MEDICAL
She went to get medical treatment for her leg injury.
8.
Appropriate, related or to do with something
EMPTY
UNABLE
RELEVANT
PERFECT
Tom searched for the relevant information online.
9.
Moving without much speed
SLOW
QUICK
SOFT
ODD
The slow train pulled into the station.
10.
Total or whole of something
BROAD
SUBSTANTIAL
OVERALL
EXPENSIVE
Kyle had overall responsibility of the factory.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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