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Nouns 38 (Age 6) - Including desert and disaster

What do ‘setting’, ‘storm’ and ‘perception’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘a piece of cutlery used for cutting’? 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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In each question you will be shown four words. All you have to do is choose which one matches the meaning given.
1.
Impression or understanding
BRAND
STOMACH
DIVORCE
PERCEPTION
The team's perception of the new idea was positive.
2.
A failure or flop. When something really bad happens
DISASTER
HERO
SPECIES
INTERVAL
The dinner party was a complete disaster!
3.
Location or surroundings
SETTING
COUNTER
DISH
CLIMATE
The spacious patio was the ideal setting for the summer barbeque.
4.
A piece of cutlery used for cutting
SALT
KNIFE
CIRCUIT
ALCOHOL
The hotel guest noticed his breakfast knife was dirty.
5.
A play or show
INDICATION
DRAMA
GIANT
EDITION
There's a new drama on the TV starting tonight.
6.
The front of the neck
MILL
RESORT
THROAT
WORKSHOP
The tickle in my throat was making me cough.
7.
An hot, dry area with low rainfall which is sometimes sandy
LAKE
OPPONENT
GUIDANCE
DESERT
Bactrian camels live in the Gobi Desert.
8.
Bad weather with rain and strong winds
STORM
CERTIFICATE
COMPENSATION
ENTHUSIASM
The threat of a storm meant we had to play indoors.
9.
A level raised structure
VALLEY
GESTURE
PLATFORM
SYMBOL
He climbed up to the platform in order to give his speech.
10.
The back part of something
PREFERENCE
REAR
SUBSTITUTE
DUST
I was late for the wedding so I sat at the rear of the church.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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