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Verbs 04 (Age 6) - Including teach and trust

What do ‘attend’, ‘adopt’ and ‘protect’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to suspend from a wall on a hook or nail’? This quiz has the answers.

Aged 6 and learning new words? This fun to play rapid vocabulary quiz was written just for you.

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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 suspend from a wall on a hook or nail
HANG
DEMONSTRATE
RESPOND
CLIMB
Shall we hang the painting over the fireplace?
2.
To wash or brush
COUNT
CLEAN
REPEAT
COMMIT
Don't forget to clean your teeth before bed.
3.
To choose to look after or take on
HANDLE
DIVIDE
ADOPT
TAPE
We're going to adopt a puppy tomorrow.
4.
To keep from harm
OBSERVE
ARRANGE
PROTECT
ATTRACT
I will protect you always.
5.
To have faith in someone or something
ESCAPE
BLOW
TRUST
PAINT
You can trust me to say the right thing.
6.
To throw away unnecessarily or squander
SECURE
ACQUIRE
SELECT
WASTE
Let's not waste money on expensive holidays.
7.
To move from one place to another
TIE
CONCENTRATE
WARN
FLOW
Both these rivers eventually flow into the ocean.
8.
To go to or be at an event
ATTEND
DENY
ROLL
RIDE
Are you going to attend the court case next week?
9.
To give lessons to someone or to a class
SETTLE
IGNORE
SHIFT
TEACH
I'm going to teach Spanish next term.
10.
To appear on stage
FEED
PERFORM
TEAR
IMPOSE
He was going to perform his first song tonight.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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