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At Christmas I always TEAR my presents open.

Verbs 08 (Age 6) - Including arrange and acquire

What do ‘respond’, ‘repeat’ and ‘roll’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to rip or pull into pieces’? This quiz has the answers.

In Year 1 or 2, your first years of school? This enjoyable and fast 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 give all your attention to one thing
DANCE
SLIP
CONCENTRATE
RECOMMEND
I need silence to concentrate on my homework.
2.
To prepare or plan
RECALL
STRETCH
HIDE
ARRANGE
We're going to arrange a surprise party for him.
3.
To say or do the same thing again
CONTRIBUTE
REPEAT
DESTROY
PREFER
Can you repeat that please?
4.
To turn or spin
ROLL
PROTEST
BELONG
ELECT
See if you can roll the ball to me.
5.
To rip or pull into pieces
GLANCE
TEAR
DEFEAT
DELAY
At Christmas I always tear my presents open.
6.
To buy or get something
APPROVE
ACQUIRE
GUARANTEE
CONCLUDE
When did you acquire those lovely earrings?
7.
Pay no attention to someone or something
PRINT
PRINT
LOCK
IGNORE
Just ignore him, he'll get bored soon.
8.
To separate into smaller parts to share
JUMP
PACK
DIVIDE
UNDERTAKE
Divide the pizza onto the plates.
9.
Send air out from between your lips
DECLARE
COMBINE
BLOW
OPPOSE
Blow the candles out on the birthday cake.
10.
To reply or answer
RESPOND
ARREST
NOD
LOAD
Think about what I've said before you respond.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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