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Nouns 18 (Age 5) - Including access and addition

What do ‘doctor’, ‘duty’ and ‘potential’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘the ability to do something in the future’? 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.
A particular occasion
INSTANCE
DEFENCE
MOUTH
STAR
He thought of the instance when he won an award for diving.
2.
One of the features of something
ASPECT
SURPRISE
STONE
HOLIDAY
The torch is a new aspect of mobile phones.
3.
Working out the total of two or more numbers
HOTEL
CULTURE
ADDITION
SOLUTION
You have got full marks in the addition test - well done!
4.
Someone who buys something from a shop
COMPETITION
CONFERENCE
CUSTOMER
SPEED
The manager watched the customer carefully.
5.
Something you have to do as part of your job
PAYMENT
IMPORTANCE
SCIENCE
DUTY
It was Suzie's duty to keep the manager's diary updated.
6.
An item or thing
ADVICE
OBJECT
AID
LIFT
Put that object down before you break it.
7.
Physical strength or vitality
SENTENCE
MEMORY
ENERGY
ROCK
I haven't the energy to do the ironing this evening.
8.
The ability to do something in the future
POTENTIAL
TEXT
CHALLENGE
WEIGHT
He has the potential to go far in his new career.
9.
Being allowed to enter somewhere
FAVOUR
EDGE
OCCASION
ACCESS
Have you been given access to the science museum after hours?
10.
Someone who you visit when you are poorly
BILL
DOCTOR
CONTEXT
POSSIBILITY
If you're not better by tomorrow, we'll go and see the doctor.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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