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Nouns 22 (Age 6) - Including theatre and honour

What do ‘premise’, ‘boundary’ and ‘bond’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘an agenda or timetable’? This quiz has the answers.

In Year 1 or 2, your first years of school? This fun and quick vocabulary quiz was written to teach you 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.
Responsibility or liability. Cause of something going wrong
PROTEIN
STRAIN
POSSESSION
FAULT
It was her fault that the bins were overflowing as she'd forgotten to put them out last week.
2.
An assumption, idea or proposition
WELFARE
LANDSCAPE
PREMISE
RESTRICTION
She worked through lunch on the premise she could leave early.
3.
Lawn or turf
GRASS
BOOT
BATH
FRAMEWORK
The grass needs cutting this weekend.
4.
Integrity or morality. Correct, fair and polite behaviour
RIVAL
HONOUR
DEPTH
EMERGENCY
He acted with honour at the trial.
5.
A building where plays are acted out
THEATRE
RANK
REGIME
BEACH
Last weekend we went to the theatre to see the latest production.
6.
A connection, chain or tie
OBLIGATION
BOND
HEARING
MUSEUM
She felt an immediate bond with the puppy.
7.
An edge or frontier of something
BOUNDARY
ASSISTANCE
WARNING
APPROVAL
The boundary of my land is just beyond the hills.
8.
A small number of people, fewer than half
DELIVERY
MINORITY
CREW
LAYER
He was in the minority with his point of view.
9.
An opening or hole
EXTENSION
ANGER
POLLUTION
GAP
The fox got in through a gap in the fence.
10.
An agenda or timetable
ENCOUNTER
INPUT
SCHEDULE
BEAUTY
I've got a busy schedule this month.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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