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Verbs 20 (Age 5) - Including gain and encourage

What do ‘depend’, ‘maintain’ and ‘indicate’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to make a formal request’? 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.
To rely upon
RACE
REVEAL
ARISE
DEPEND
She had to depend on her brother to help her over the fence.
2.
To give money to
REFUSE
FUND
ENABLE
EXCHANGE
I'd be more than happy to fund your project.
3.
To point or show
SEARCH
DEFINE
BEAT
INDICATE
She looked left to indicate the way out
4.
To keep money for the future
SLEEP
PROMISE
SAVE
ESTIMATE
My aunt likes to save her coins for when we visit.
5.
To give confidence or support to
LAUGH
RECOGNISE
ENCOURAGE
EXAMINE
I encourage you to try this new recipe.
6.
To casually remark
INTEND
DISCOVER
MENTION
DEBATE
Did I mention we had a visitor this morning?
7.
To receive or earn
GAIN
PUSH
COPY
STICK
You'll have to try harder to gain his respect.
8.
To make contact
PREVENT
WELCOME
TOUCH
SHAKE
I love to touch pure silk.
9.
To make a formal request
MISS
APPEAL
REPLY
REALISE
They will appeal to the local council about the closure of the park.
10.
To keep or continue to have
MAINTAIN
REPLACE
POST
EXTEND
The police tried very hard to maintain peace.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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