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Joe had a WONDERFUL birthday party.

Adjectives 08 (Age 6) - Including crucial and minor

What do ‘royal’, ‘liberal’ and ‘subsequent’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘fantastic or superb’? 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.
Fantastic or superb
WONDERFUL
TOUGH
COMFORTABLE
GLAD
Joe had a wonderful birthday party.
2.
Amusing or humorous
HEALTHY
FUNNY
TEMPORARY
EMOTIONAL
The film was funny and made us laugh out loud.
3.
At a higher level
EFFICIENT
FRIENDLY
INTELLECTUAL
UPPER
The upper floors of the skyscraper were not yet furnished.
4.
Open-minded or tolerant. Free or generous
LIBERAL
CONSERVATIVE
LUCKY
PALE
He took a liberal attitude when it came to religious beliefs.
5.
Petty or trivial
ALIVE
NERVOUS
MINOR
COMPETITIVE
There was a minor disturbance at the garage today.
6.
To do with a king, queen, prince or princess
PARALLEL
DRAMATIC
ROYAL
SENSITIVE
The royal wedding was to take place in August.
7.
Frail or feeble
PRIOR
WEAK
WILLING
BLIND
Dani was too weak to go to school today.
8.
Essential or vital. Extremely important
SMOOTH
KEEN
SPARE
CRUCIAL
It was crucial they finished the project on time.
9.
Succeeding or later. Coming after
SUBSEQUENT
SOLID
VOLUNTARY
UPSET
Kiki enjoyed the museum so much, she went back on subsequent occasions.
10.
Plump or overweight
ANGRY
FAT
CONVENTIONAL
TIGHT
The vet told us our dog was getting fat and needed to go on a diet.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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