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Verbs 15 (Age 5) - Including discuss and represent

What do ‘exist’, ‘doubt’ and ‘occur’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to act on behalf of someone’? 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.
To happen
OCCUR
RELATE
VOTE
MAINTAIN
Colds generally occur during the winter months.
2.
To be alive or real
OPERATE
RESPECT
INDICATE
EXIST
Plants can't exist without water.
3.
To grab something in the air with your hands
CATCH
AFFECT
GRANT
GAIN
See how many times you can catch the ball.
4.
To cause death
IDENTIFY
OBTAIN
KILL
MENTION
Dutch elm disease will eventually kill a tree.
5.
To see or spot something
DROP
EXERCISE
NOTICE
ENCOURAGE
Did you notice his smile when he apologised?
6.
To point or direct
DRINK
AIM
TRAVEL
FUND
When you throw the dart, aim for the bullseye.
7.
To have a conversation about a topic
DAMAGE
DISCUSS
PUBLISH
TOUCH
We will discuss your exam results after lunch.
8.
To act on behalf of someone
DETERMINE
REPRESENT
COMPARE
APPEAL
I chose the best solicitor to represent me in court.
9.
To make someone feel good
FINISH
RELEASE
DEPEND
PLEASE
I only went to ballet classes to please my mum.
10.
To be unsure
EXPRESS
DOUBT
ANNOUNCE
SAVE
Many people doubt the existence of aliens.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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