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Verbs 02 (Age 5) - Including form and set

What do ‘provide’, ‘form’ and ‘keep’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to look after and care for’? This quiz has the answers.

Aged 5 and in your first year of school? This enjoyable and fast vocabulary quiz was written to help you.

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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 have a go at doing something
RETURN
TRY
PRODUCE
SUGGEST
Try to open the jar one more time before we ask for help.
2.
To hug or wrap your arms around someone
MEET
HOLD
HOPE
READ
I'll hold you until you stop shivering.
3.
To position something
INVOLVE
CONSIDER
LOSE
SET
Please set the table with the best cutlery.
4.
To make something into a shape
FORM
SORT
MIND
RECORD
Next we form the clay into balls.
5.
To look after and care for
STAND
CLAIM
PROVIDE
AGE
As long as I know you, I will always provide for you.
6.
To begin or set out
HAPPEN
APPEAR
LOVE
START
To start, we roll the dice to see who goes first.
7.
To be of use to
FALL
CONTINUE
HELP
DEVELOP
Let me help you do the dishes tonight.
8.
To give to someone else
HAND
BELIEVE
CARRY
SIT
The family bought sweets to hand out at Halloween.
9.
To hold on to and not throw away
MATTER
REQUIRE
SHARE
KEEP
Nigel wanted to keep all his old toy cars.
10.
To move in a circle
REMAIN
TURN
EXPECT
DEAL
Turn the key in the clock to wind it up.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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