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He made a RESOLUTION to practise the piano every day.

Nouns 28 (Age 6) - Including pace and profession

What do ‘resolution’, ‘charity’ and ‘chip’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘career, job or occupation’? This quiz has the answers.

Aged 6 and learning new words? This fun and quick vocabulary quiz was written to help you in your first years of school.

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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.
An indentation or hollow where a piece of something has broken off
CHIP
PRESENTATION
RESISTANCE
BREAD
There was a small chip in the marble statue.
2.
Career, job or occupation
CRITIC
PEAK
PROFESSION
FREQUENCY
I want to work in the health profession when I leave school.
3.
Advice or suggestion
CONVENTION
RECOMMENDATION
PERSPECTIVE
BRUSH
My recommendation is to go ahead as planned.
4.
Someone who owns shares in a business
TREATY
HAT
SHAREHOLDER
PERSONALITY
She is a shareholder of a number of companies.
5.
An organisation that raises money to help a good cause
SYMPTOM
CHARITY
MEAT
GUY
She gave half the proceeds to the animal welfare charity.
6.
Commitment or intention. A promise to yourself
CAKE
EXPANSION
RESOLUTION
CRACK
He made a resolution to practise the piano every day.
7.
Slope or incline
ANGLE
WEALTH
MIRROR
CROP
The painting hung at a slight angle so she adjusted it.
8.
Speed or rate
ARRIVAL
RATIO
ATTRIBUTE
PACE
He wandered at a slow pace through the art gallery.
9.
A decline or depression when jobs are scarce
PARLIAMENT
PIPE
TENDENCY
RECESSION
He lost his job due to the recession.
10.
Character or standing. What people think of you
COMFORT
REPUTATION
SELF
ACTOR
His films have a reputation for being funny
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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