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Adjectives 05 (Age 6) - Including maximum and principal

What do ‘careful’, ‘constant’ and ‘contemporary’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘pleasing to look at’? This quiz has the answers.

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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.
Extremely small in size
UPPER
MASSIVE
SWEET
TINY
It's only a tiny spider.
2.
Pleasing to look at
CRUCIAL
PLASTIC
STABLE
ATTRACTIVE
The hotel room had an attractive view of the ancient city.
3.
Active or on the go
BUSY
WONDERFUL
TERRIBLE
SUDDEN
She had a busy day planned.
4.
Greatest amount or most
SUBSEQUENT
SICK
INNER
MAXIMUM
What is the maximum number of beans you can fit in a tin?
5.
Evident or clear
MINOR
UNKNOWN
APPARENT
EXTENSIVE
There was an apparent misunderstanding between them.
6.
Attentive or cautious
FUNNY
CAREFUL
EXTREME
UNUSUAL
She was careful when handling the chemicals.
7.
Leading or prime. Most important
WEAK
PRINCIPAL
PERMANENT
VALUABLE
The principal concern of the government is healthcare.
8.
Free or untamed
WILD
LIBERAL
PLAIN
ENORMOUS
The wild animals roam the vast plains.
9.
Modern or of the present time
ROYAL
UNIQUE
CONTEMPORARY
WET
She preferred contemporary works of art.
10.
All the time
FAT
CONSTANT
RADICAL
GUILTY
It was a constant niggling headache.
You can find more about this topic by visiting BBC Bitesize - What are adjectives?

Author:  Sarah Garratty

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