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Nouns 27 (Age 5) - Including cash and contrast

What do ‘strategy’, ‘speech’ and ‘dream’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘the part of the day between morning and evening’? 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.
Part of the day between morning and evening
AFTERNOON
ROUTE
DISTANCE
AGENT
There's an air show tomorrow afternoon.
2.
A large group of soldiers trained for combat
ARMY
CANDIDATE
MASS
BOTTOM
The army were getting ready to go to war.
3.
Money in the form of coins and notes
AGENCY
CONSEQUENCE
CASH
COMMUNICATION
Have we got enough cash to get a taxi home?
4.
Anxiety or worry
STRESS
PEACE
SUIT
STUFF
My new job is giving me a lot of stress.
5.
The part of your body between your neck and your arm
PAIN
BRANCH
SHOULDER
IMPACT
She tapped him on the shoulder to get his attention.
6.
Sounds and pictures in your head when you are asleep
PRESENCE
ACCIDENT
SPORT
DREAM
I had a really strange dream last night.
7.
The difference between two or more things
CREDIT
CONTRAST
MEANING
SOFTWARE
The contrast between the twins was noticeable.
8.
A talk about a specific subject
CLOCK
SPEECH
UNDERSTANDING
BEGINNING
He's going to give a speech about road safety tomorrow.
9.
The look on someone's face
DIVISION
EXPRESSION
EARTH
NET
His expression softened when I told him the truth.
10.
A comprehensive plan or tactic
SAMPLE
CONSIDERATION
FARM
STRATEGY
The group devised a strategy to tackle the lack of funding.
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