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Nouns 17 (Age 6) - Including index and panel

What do ‘equivalent’, ‘expense’ and ‘entire’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘the source or start of something’? This quiz has the answers.

In Year 1 or 2, your first years of school? This enjoyable and fast vocabulary quiz was written to teach you new words.

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FIND OUT ABOUT SUBSCRIPTIONS

In each question you will be shown four words. All you have to do is choose which one matches the meaning given.
1.
The amount of money something costs
GIFT
EXPENSE
DESK
HONOUR
They realised the conservatory was an expense they couldn't afford.
2.
Whole or complete
PHRASE
SINK
FAULT
ENTIRE
The entire garden was covered in fallen leaves.
3.
An amount of money paid initially or up front for something
STRING
COAT
DEPOSIT
BOUNDARY
We'll need to pay a deposit on the new house.
4.
The same value or amount
EQUIVALENT
LESSON
VISION
THEATRE
One cup of sugar is the equivalent of 200 grams.
5.
A flat rectangular piece of hard material
PANEL
EXCEPTION
ACCOMMODATION
MINORITY
There's just one more panel to put in and then the fence is finished.
6.
A place people go to have a meal
DRAFT
TOPIC
RESTAURANT
SCHEDULE
I've booked a table at the Mexican restaurant for this evening.
7.
Enjoyment or pleasure
FUN
BOMB
FORMATION
GRASS
The girls had lots of fun making their own jewellery.
8.
An extra part of a legal document
CAMP
CLAUSE
KNEE
BOND
She wanted a clause in the agreement so she could leave at any time.
9.
The source or start of something
HEIGHT
PILOT
ORIGIN
PREMISE
No one knows the origin of the universe.
10.
A guide or list found at the back of a book
COMPLAINT
COLUMN
GAP
INDEX
It's quicker to check the index to find what you're looking for.
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