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Adjectives 14 (Age 6) - Including classic and false

What do ‘remarkable’, ‘rapid’ and ‘rough’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘acceptable or good enough’? This quiz has the answers.

Aged 6 and in Year 1 or 2? This fun to play and quick vocabulary quiz was written to teach you new words 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.
Enduring or ageless. From the past but still popular
DOMINANT
GRAND
GENTLE
CLASSIC
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is a classic book by Lewis Carroll.
2.
Natural or unmixed
THEORETICAL
EVIL
PURE
SENSIBLE
Her engagement ring was pure silver.
3.
Swift or speedy. Fast or quick
RAPID
OUTSTANDING
REMOTE
DISTANT
The hikers made rapid progress before nightfall.
4.
Main or leading
PRIME
CONSISTENT
CLINICAL
VISIBLE
He is the prime suspect in the case.
5.
Making no sound
CONTRARY
PRECISE
SILENT
DIRTY
She knew she was alone as the house was silent.
6.
Abroad or in foreign parts
CONSCIOUS
OVERSEAS
ACCURATE
PSYCHOLOGICAL
My Great Aunt Elizabeth lives overseas.
7.
Amazing or extraordinary
ANXIOUS
NERVOUS
REMARKABLE
INEVITABLE
He made a remarkable recovery from the serious illness.
8.
Untrue or incorrect
STEADY
ELECTRIC
FALSE
EXTRAORDINARY
Sarah signed the hotel guest book with a false name.
9.
Uneven or bumpy
ADVANCED
PROMPT
UNEMPLOYED
ROUGH
They drove down a rough track to get to the old cottage.
10.
Acceptable or good enough
STUPID
ADEQUATE
IMPRESSIVE
MAD
Theo does an adequate job at work but never pushes himself.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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