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Adjectives 01 (Age 6) - Including excellent and proper

What do ‘broad’, ‘civil’ and ‘empty’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘unprocessed or newly made’? This quiz has the answers.

Aged 6 and in your first years of school? This fun to play and fast 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.
Vacant or with nothing inside
MENTAL
EMPTY
CAREFUL
COOL
Fill the empty jug with water.
2.
Costing a small amount
FAMILIAR
CHEAP
CONSTANT
VITAL
The cheap toy broke after an hour.
3.
Unprocessed or newly made
FRESH
LIMITED
BUSY
ILL
My favourite fresh fruit is strawberries.
4.
Having a short distance side to side
FAVOURITE
ATTRACTIVE
CAPABLE
NARROW
We went down a narrow lane to get to the farmhouse.
5.
Appropriate, right or correct
PROPER
ACADEMIC
MAXIMUM
ELDERLY
Get the proper equipment for the experiment.
6.
Expansive or wide
HISTORICAL
CONTEMPORARY
BROAD
NEGATIVE
The broad road had tall trees either side.
7.
Making very little noise
AFRAID
QUIET
PRINCIPAL
VARIABLE
It was quiet and peaceful in the library.
8.
Polite or well-mannered
CRITICAL
TINY
MINIMUM
CIVIL
He was always civil to his parents.
9.
Extremely or very good
UNLIKELY
APPARENT
EXCELLENT
TALL
We had an excellent meal at the new restaurant.
10.
Lasting a short time. Fast
QUICK
MORAL
WILD
THICK
Let's have a quick lunch before we leave.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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