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Adjectives 11 (Age 6) - Including angry and alive

What do ‘prior’, ‘parallel’ and ‘smooth’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘moderate, conventional, careful and unwilling to change’? This quiz finds out.

Aged 6 and in your first years of school? This fun to play and fast vocabulary quiz was written to help you learn 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.
Productive or effective
CLASSIC
WOODEN
GLOBAL
EFFICIENT
The factory worked on more efficient measures to increase production.
2.
Former or earlier. Before
OVERSEAS
PRIOR
CALM
ARMED
You mentioned that in a prior conversation.
3.
Side by side
REMARKABLE
MERE
PARALLEL
HELPFUL
The parallel lines of the railway track were full of autumn leaves.
4.
Annoyed or cross
ADEQUATE
ANGRY
SURPRISING
LOOSE
He was angry to discover that he hadn't been promoted.
5.
Firm or hard
PURE
SOLID
WIDESPREAD
PROUD
The carving is made of solid wood.
6.
Living
FALSE
COMPREHENSIVE
ALIVE
DISTINCT
Although he was badly injured, he was glad to be alive.
7.
Even or flat
ROUGH
VISUAL
LITERARY
SMOOTH
Look at the smooth surface of the lake.
8.
Moderate or conventional. Careful and unwilling to change
CONSERVATIVE
RAPID
BRILLIANT
AWFUL
He's quite conservative in his dress sense.
9.
Fit and well
SILENT
GENUINE
HEALTHY
CLASSICAL
She went to the gym twice a week in order to feel healthy.
10.
Strong and hard-wearing
TOUGH
PRIME
SAD
NUMEROUS
We need to use tough material to withstand the icy elements.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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