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He started the MOTOR and the boat sputtered to life.

Nouns 16 (Age 6) - Including curriculum and curve

What do ‘faith’, ‘justice’ and ‘motor’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘an inconvenience or burden’? This quiz has the answers.

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.
Part of a machine or vehicle that gives it power
ENEMY
HEIGHT
MOTOR
PILOT
He started the motor and the boat sputtered to life.
2.
The rough shape of something
WHEEL
DRAFT
OUTLINE
TOPIC
The outline of the building came into view as he reached the top of the hill.
3.
Conviction, belief or trust
TANK
FAITH
GIFT
DESK
He had faith in the goodness of other people.
4.
An arc or bend
CAMP
CURVE
KNEE
NOSE
The curve in the road meant he couldn't safely overtake.
5.
Suffering or torment
PLANE
COAT
COLUMN
HELL
The long hours of his boring job made his life hell.
6.
All the things studied at school
CURRICULUM
BONE
EXCEPTION
ACCOMMODATION
The school has modern foreign languages on their curriculum.
7.
The blue space above the Earth
INFLATION
PHRASE
SINK
SKY
The sky was light blue with a smattering of clouds.
8.
Decency or fairness
JUSTICE
TIP
LESSON
VISION
She saw the justice in their decision.
9.
An inconvenience or burden
LIABILITY
CHANNEL
BOMB
FORMATION
She was never on time and became a liability to the netball team.
10.
The cover or top of a building
NOTION
ROOF
STRING
COMPLAINT
Mark planned to take the moss off the roof over the weekend.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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