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Nouns 20 (Age 6) - Including lesson and draft

What do ‘phrase’, ‘complaint’ and ‘camp’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘a thin piece of rope or wool’? 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.
A class or session in school
LESSON
IDENTITY
COACH
RANK
The art lesson was his favourite of the day.
2.
The size from the bottom to the top
PREPARATION
INDEPENDENCE
HEIGHT
WELFARE
The average height of a skyscraper is around 250 metres.
3.
An objection or protest
QUANTITY
REWARD
EXTENSION
COMPLAINT
He made an official complaint to the airline company.
4.
An outline or rough plan of a book
EASE
COAST
DRAFT
ENCOUNTER
She worked on her draft throughout the summer.
5.
A present or offering
CHAMPION
GIFT
CURRENCY
RIVAL
She got her neighbour a little gift to thank him for helping her.
6.
A special case or deviation from the norm
HOST
TENANT
EXCEPTION
DELIVERY
No one was allowed in his study, but he made an exception for his sister.
7.
A saying or expression
REVOLUTION
TENSION
PROTEIN
PHRASE
The phrase 'c'est la vie' means 'that's life' in French.
8.
A thin piece of rope or wool
BREED
STRING
CONSENT
ASSISTANCE
Let's secure the parcel with string.
9.
An explosive device
BOMB
ENGINEER
JOKE
BOOT
The bank robbers planted a bomb in the vault.
10.
An outdoor holiday place where tents are put up
SHADOW
CAMP
TERRITORY
OBLIGATION
A week before the season started, the owners got the camp ready for visitors.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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