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Adjectives 15 (Age 6) - Including comprehensive and calm

What do ‘surprising’, ‘sad’ and ‘genuine’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘talented, very good or expert’? 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.
Unhappy or down
SAD
CLINICAL
VISIBLE
SILLY
He was very sad when his pet hamster died.
2.
Authentic or real
PRECISE
GENUINE
DIRTY
RELATED
The museum displays many genuine artefacts from the Tudor period.
3.
Full or complete
IMPRESSIVE
EXTRAORDINARY
COMPREHENSIVE
FREQUENT
I need a comprehensive dictionary when I go to secondary school.
4.
Nothing more than. Just or only
NERVOUS
INEVITABLE
MERE
GRAVE
It turned out to be a mere trick of the light.
5.
Talented, very good or expert
BRILLIANT
REMOTE
DISTANT
PLEASANT
He's a brilliant sculptor.
6.
Sedate, peaceful or unruffled
ACCURATE
CALM
PSYCHOLOGICAL
EVIDENT
Lie down and stay calm while I give you the injection.
7.
Made of timber
GRAND
GENTLE
GRATEFUL
WOODEN
In the corner was a small wooden stool.
8.
Relating to sight
PROMPT
UNEMPLOYED
COLLECTIVE
VISUAL
The huge tapestry in the hall makes a great visual impact.
9.
Astonishing or startling
ELECTRIC
SURPRISING
MAD
LOUD
For a tiny woman, she had a surprising amount of strength.
10.
Far-reaching or extensive
EVIL
SENSIBLE
SOLE
WIDESPREAD
There was widespread interest in the birth of the royal baby.
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