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Verbs 01 (Age 6) - Including search and sleep

What do ‘race’, ‘replace’ and ‘refuse’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to use force to move something away from you’? 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.
To chuckle or giggle
ADOPT
IMAGINE
LAUGH
CONDUCT
The clowns always make him laugh.
2.
To avoid or dodge
CLEAN
MISS
LAUNCH
MURDER
If we leave now, we'll miss the heavy traffic.
3.
To stop something from happening
WASTE
PREVENT
ADVANCE
REQUEST
She worked hard to prevent the weeds from growing.
4.
To use force to move something away from you
PUSH
HANG
SURVIVE
COLLECT
You must push the door harder to open it.
5.
To run fast
TEACH
EMPLOY
SPREAD
RACE
Look at the dogs race across the beach.
6.
To change one thing for another
REPLACE
ATTEND
CONFIRM
STRUGGLE
Don't forget to replace the batteries in your clock.
7.
To look for
FLOW
CRY
SHOOT
SEARCH
I had to search the whole street to find my gloves.
8.
To choose not to do something
PERFORM
REFUSE
EMERGE
DESIRE
I refuse to be drawn into your argument.
9.
To rest with your eyes closed
SLEEP
PROTECT
STARE
VARY
Lizzie liked to sleep in the afternoons.
10.
To plan to do something.
TRUST
FIX
INTEND
DECLINE
I intend to complain until I get my money back.
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