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Have you got any SPARE change?

Adjectives 13 (Age 6) - Including pale and glad

What do ‘competitive’, ‘sensitive’ and ‘spare’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘close-fitting or snug’? 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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In each question you will be shown four words. All you have to do is choose which one matches the meaning given.
1.
Pastel or subtle. Lightly coloured
PALE
AWFUL
OUTSTANDING
REMOTE
Jenny wore pale pink shorts at the beach.
2.
Stirring or moving. Making you feel
EMOTIONAL
CLASSICAL
CONTRARY
PRECISE
The last chapter was so emotional, it made me cry.
3.
Highbrow, clever or academic
GLOBAL
DOMINANT
GRAND
INTELLECTUAL
The scientific article was too intellectual for him to understand.
4.
Close-fitting or snug
LOOSE
TIGHT
STUPID
IMPRESSIVE
His jumper was getting too tight around the chest.
5.
Extra or leftover
LITERARY
ADVANCED
PROMPT
SPARE
Have you got any spare change?
6.
Fragile or tender. Easily hurt
HELPFUL
ANXIOUS
SENSITIVE
NERVOUS
His knee was still sensitive even though it had healed well.
7.
Pleased or happy
GLAD
NUMEROUS
CONSISTENT
CLINICAL
She was glad that her parents had moved to a quieter village.
8.
Troubled or distressed
PROUD
UPSET
THEORETICAL
EVIL
She was upset after their latest argument.
9.
Unable to see
ARMED
BLIND
CONSCIOUS
ACCURATE
The blind man was delighted to be given a guide dog.
10.
Ambitious or ruthless
DISTINCT
STEADY
COMPETITIVE
ELECTRIC
She was a competitive journalist always hunting for the best stories.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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