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Adjectives 14 (Age 5) - Including regular and correct
The HUGE castle loomed in front of us.

Adjectives 14 (Age 5) - Including regular and correct

What do ‘usual’, ‘annual’ and ‘practical’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘nice or pleasant to look at’? This quiz has the answers.

In Year 1 and learning new words? This enjoyable and quick vocabulary quiz was written to help you in your first year of school.

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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.
Combined or shared
LOVELY
JOINT
RURAL
ACADEMIC
They made a joint effort to finish the project.
2.
Wealthy or affluent. Having lots of money
INTERNAL
RICH
IMMEDIATE
FAMILIAR
Being a rich man, he could afford to buy the mansion.
3.
Happening once a year
TECHNICAL
ANNUAL
BRIGHT
AFRAID
We love to go to the annual ball.
4.
Helpful or useful
REASONABLE
THIN
FAVOURITE
PRACTICAL
They gave me practical advice on how to save money.
5.
Frequent, repeated or happening again and again
REGULAR
FORMAL
SUITABLE
LIMITED
We make regular payments to our preferred charity.
6.
Normal or expected
UNABLE
PERFECT
USUAL
MENTAL
He came out with his usual excuses.
7.
Extremely big
FAMOUS
SUFFICIENT
CRITICAL
HUGE
The huge castle loomed in front of us.
8.
The last part of something
STRANGE
BRIEF
LATTER
UNLIKELY
The latter part of the story was the best.
9.
Nice or pleasant to look at
SUBSTANTIAL
EXPENSIVE
PRETTY
HISTORICAL
We passed a few pretty villages on our way to Cornwall.
10.
Right or accurate
CORRECT
SOFT
ODD
MORAL
See how many correct answers you can get.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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