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She had to wear glasses now that her SIGHT was failing.

Nouns 33 (Age 5) - Including sight and safety

What do ‘conflict’, ‘conclusion’ and ‘belief’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘the way someone acts or responds to something’? This quiz has the answers.

Aged 5 and in Year 1? This fun to play and quick vocabulary quiz was written to teach you new words 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.
What you think is true or right
ISLAND
BELIEF
AUTHOR
INVESTIGATION
She had a strong belief in fairness.
2.
A tiny amount
SUM
SPOT
BACKGROUND
EXPERIMENT
You have a spot of ketchup on your shirt
3.
The outer layer of your body
ROW
TRADITION
SKIN
NATION
My skin goes all wrinkly if I stay too long in the bath.
4.
Someone who draws or paints pictures
ARTIST
GUIDE
INTRODUCTION
MANNER
The artist needed to get some new paintbrushes.
5.
Vision or the ability to see
CONFIDENCE
ENTRY
SIGHT
ENGINE
She had to wear glasses now that her sight was failing.
6.
Decision, finding or realisation
GENERATION
CONCLUSION
HEAT
SQUARE
He came to the conclusion he was simply no good at maths.
7.
Protection or security
PARK
WOOD
MEAL
SAFETY
Wearing a seat belt improves the safety of the passenger.
8.
The way someone acts or responds to something
REACTION
THREAT
VIDEO
CATEGORY
Her angry reaction surprised me.
9.
Disagreement, dispute, argument or fight
VOLUME
CHARACTERISTIC
BUS
CONFLICT
There is likely to be a conflict between the two groups.
10.
An evaluation or judgement
SUN
SWITCH
ASSESSMENT
SECRET
The company carried out an assessment on the damage to the building.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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