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Adjectives 03 (Age 6) - Including suitable and sufficient

What do ‘rural’, ‘perfect’ and ‘immediate’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘apt, fitting or appropriate’? This quiz has the answers.

Aged 6 and learning new words? This fun and quick vocabulary quiz was written to help you in your first years of school.

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FIND OUT ABOUT SUBSCRIPTIONS

In each question you will be shown four words. All you have to do is choose which one matches the meaning given.
1.
Rustic or pastoral
ELDERLY
RURAL
SEVERE
SUBSEQUENT
The holiday cottage looked like a rural farmhouse.
2.
Costing a lot of money
NEGATIVE
FUNDAMENTAL
EXPENSIVE
ROYAL
The latest phone was too expensive for her to buy.
3.
Enough or satisfactory
MINIMUM
SHARP
UPPER
SUFFICIENT
I've had sufficient to eat thank you.
4.
Slender or slim
CAPABLE
VAST
CRUCIAL
THIN
She was tall and thin with long black hair.
5.
Short or quick
TALL
SECONDARY
BRIEF
MINOR
He had a brief look at the instructions.
6.
Glowing or shining
VARIABLE
BRIGHT
URBAN
WEAK
The bright light hurt his eyes.
7.
Prompt, at once or instant
VITAL
IMMEDIATE
RARE
FAT
The police took immediate action.
8.
Peculiar or bizarre
ODD
THICK
EXTERNAL
LIBERAL
I had a very odd dream last night.
9.
Ideal or superb
COOL
ANCIENT
PERFECT
FUNNY
It's perfect weather to hang out the washing.
10.
Apt, fitting or appropriate
SUITABLE
ILL
TYPICAL
WONDERFUL
It was a suitable arrangement for them both.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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