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Verbs 03 (Age 6) - Including examine and debate

What do ‘estimate’, ‘extend’ and ‘exchange’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to defeat someone in a game or contest’? 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.
To come to an understanding of something
DECLINE
REALISE
COUNT
REPEAT
It took me a while to realise I'd left my phone at home.
2.
To discuss or talk about
MURDER
ESCAPE
DEBATE
BLOW
She loves to debate politics with her dad.
3.
To appear or occur
SPREAD
SETTLE
IGNORE
ARISE
How did the argument arise?
4.
To glue or attach with Sellotape, magnets or similar
STICK
COLLECT
SHIFT
RESPOND
I'll stick your new drawing to the fridge.
5.
To make a rough guess
VARY
ESTIMATE
SECURE
CONCENTRATE
I estimate it'll take us 3 hours to drive there.
6.
To defeat someone in a game or contest
SHOOT
TIE
ARRANGE
BEAT
Next time I'll beat him at chess.
7.
To stretch or spread out
EXTEND
STRUGGLE
DENY
ROLL
The trees extend all the way to the cliff top.
8.
To swap one thing for another
DESIRE
EXCHANGE
FEED
TEAR
I'm going to exchange my washing machine for a newer model.
9.
To look at closely
CONDUCT
HANDLE
EXAMINE
DIVIDE
If you examine the leaves, you'll see they are diseased.
10.
To move something quickly up and down or side to side
REQUEST
OBSERVE
SHAKE
ACQUIRE
Shake the medicine bottle before opening.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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