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The SOFT tissues felt nice on her nose.

Adjectives 02 (Age 6) - Including formal and famous

What do ‘soft’, ‘substantial’ and ‘strange’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘practical or sensible’? This quiz has the answers.

In Year 1 or 2, your first years of school? This enjoyable and fast 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.
Fleecy or smooth
SOFT
WILD
THICK
EXTERNAL
The soft tissues felt nice on her nose.
2.
Specialist or scientific
PRINCIPAL
TECHNICAL
VARIABLE
URBAN
The department had a few technical issues to sort out before launching the product.
3.
Considerable, large or significant
CONTEMPORARY
NEGATIVE
SUBSTANTIAL
SENSIBLE
The garden centre had a substantial amount of plants available.
4.
Unusual or odd
APPARENT
TALL
STRANGE
SECONDARY
I found a strange plant that I've never seen before.
5.
Powerless or incapable
CAREFUL
COOL
UNABLE
ANCIENT
They were unable to fix the broken clock.
6.
Official or serious
FORMAL
BUSY
ILL
TYPICAL
She wrote a formal letter of resignation.
7.
Attractive, nice, pretty or charming
MAXIMUM
ELDERLY
SEVERE
LOVELY
Rebecca bought a lovely silver necklace.
8.
Inside something
CONSTANT
INTERNAL
VITAL
RARE
Internal medicines are used inside the body, rather than rubbed on the skin
9.
Well-known or legendary
TINY
MINIMUM
SHARP
FAMOUS
Wendy is a famous ballerina and known throughout Europe.
10.
Practical or sensible
ATTRACTIVE
GLOBAL
VAST
REASONABLE
She came up with a reasonable argument.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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