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Nouns 15 (Age 6) - Including distinction and device

What do ‘literature’, ‘atmosphere’ and ‘impression’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘a food that grows on trees or plants’? 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.
A contrast or difference. Something that stands out
OUTCOME
BONE
DISTINCTION
EXCEPTION
There's a definite distinction between ground and instant coffee.
2.
Moving parts in a machine that do a specific job
DELIGHT
INPUT
MECHANISM
DRAFT
The eject mechanism on the DVD player has broken and you'll need a replacement.
3.
A place where people can buy drinks
TREND
INFLATION
PHRASE
PUB
Henry went to the pub every Friday night with his friends.
4.
A tool or gadget
DEVICE
ENTERPRISE
TIP
LESSON
There's a new car device coming out that alerts you when your tyres need pumping up.
5.
Playground equipment with a seat and chains or ropes
EXPECTATION
SWING
NOTION
STRING
He sat on the swing and held on tightly.
6.
Poetry or books
GATE
PLANE
COMPLAINT
LITERATURE
I want to study English Literature when I go to secondary school.
7.
A sense or feeling
IMPRESSION
SLIDE
CHANNEL
BOMB
She got the impression he wasn't telling the whole truth.
8.
A food that grows on trees or plants
TICKET
FRUIT
TANK
GIFT
He always finished his lunch with a piece of fruit.
9.
Talks aiming to reach an agreement
DIET
NEGOTIATION
NOSE
CAMP
It took two weeks of negotiation before they reached an agreement.
10.
The layer of air around the Earth or gases around a planet
SHOE
ENEMY
ATMOSPHERE
HEIGHT
The atmosphere of the strange planet seemed to be alive.
You can find more about this topic by visiting BBC Bitesize - What are nouns?

Author:  Sarah Garratty

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