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Adjectives 10 (Age 6) - Including sudden and stable

What do ‘valuable’, ‘guilty’ and ‘extensive’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘unexpected or quick’? This quiz has the answers.

In Year 1 or 2 and learning new words? This enjoyable and quick vocabulary quiz was written to help you in your first years of school.

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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.
Wide or large
COMPETITIVE
FALSE
EXTENSIVE
UPPER
The department store has an extensive range of perfumes.
2.
Sugary or syrupy
INTELLECTUAL
CLASSIC
WOODEN
SWEET
Miriam liked a cup of sweet tea with her breakfast.
3.
Middle or central
UPSET
PURE
INNER
WIDESPREAD
The inner room was the warmest in the house.
4.
Sound or secure. Balanced
SPARE
ROUGH
MERE
STABLE
The TV wasn't very stable perched on the corner cupboard.
5.
Unexpected or quick
SUDDEN
GLAD
PRIME
SAD
The sudden downpour made them run for cover.
6.
Different or strange
UNUSUAL
GENUINE
EMOTIONAL
SILENT
She had unusual eyes - they were almost cat-like.
7.
Immense or massive
ENORMOUS
PALE
RAPID
BRILLIANT
There is an enormous cathedral in the centre of the city.
8.
Watery or very damp
SENSITIVE
REMARKABLE
WET
VISUAL
He used a wet dishcloth to clean the kitchen surfaces.
9.
Rueful or ashamed. Sorry and feeling bad
TIGHT
GUILTY
ADEQUATE
SURPRISING
Bryan felt guilty about cheating in the exam.
10.
Precious or worth lots of money
BLIND
VALUABLE
OVERSEAS
CALM
Ollie had a valuable collection of rare stamps.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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