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Verbs 03 (Age 5) - Including play and write

What do ‘increase’, ‘order’ and ‘lead’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to hand over money in return for something’? This quiz has the answers.

In Year 1, your first year of school? This fun and quick vocabulary quiz was written to teach you 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 command or instruct
ORDER
MIND
RECORD
WALK
The sergeant will order his men to stand down.
2.
To get bigger in size or amount
CONTINUE
DEAL
INCREASE
DESIGN
Did your wages increase this year?
3.
To change the position of something
CLAIM
MOVE
SUGGEST
STOP
Please move the television closer so I can see the screen.
4.
To hand over money in return for something
EXPECT
PAY
DEVELOP
CARE
How much did you pay for the new curtains?
5.
To go first in a group
CONSIDER
LOSE
REMEMBER
LEAD
The guide will lead you safely through the mountains.
6.
To take part in fun games
CARRY
AGE
PLAY
WIN
Grandpa taught Tammy how to play chess.
7.
To move at a fast pace
RUN
PRODUCE
SIT
ADD
We'd better run for the bus if we're going to catch it.
8.
To use a pen or pencil on paper
REQUIRE
WRITE
SHARE
SPEAK
If you write a letter, I'll post it on my way to the supermarket.
9.
To commence
HOPE
READ
BREAK
BEGIN
What time does the film begin?
10.
To unwrap a parcel
APPEAR
LOVE
RISE
OPEN
You can open your presents tomorrow on your birthday.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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