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Verbs 09 (Age 6) - Including tape and select

What do ‘impose’, ‘commit’ and ‘attract’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to indicate, show or prove’? 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.
To indicate, show or prove
SHOUT
LOCK
SURROUND
DEMONSTRATE
He had to demonstrate to the trainer that he was ready to join the team.
2.
To go up something or scale it
CLIMB
NOD
LOAD
ILLUSTRATE
Dad had to climb to the very top of the ladder to reach the roof.
3.
To travel on a horse or bicycle
RIDE
BELONG
ELECT
WASH
I like to ride my horse around the paddock after school.
4.
To tell someone of a danger or that something bad might happen
PACK
HIDE
TASTE
WARN
He had to warn her to be careful with the chemicals.
5.
To make a picture with brushes and art materials
COMBINE
OPPOSE
PAINT
SATISFY
What are you going to paint today?
6.
To wrap, fix or seal with a sticky strip
STRETCH
UNDERTAKE
TAPE
SUCCEED
Now we need to tape the box closed.
7.
To force or urge someone
DEFEAT
IMPOSE
DELAY
GENERATE
She tended to impose her religious beliefs on her friends.
8.
To choose or pick
GUARANTEE
CONCLUDE
INVESTIGATE
SELECT
I can only select one of you to accompany me.
9.
To appeal to or pull towards
ATTRACT
SLIP
RECOMMEND
BURN
Flowers attract bees to their pollen.
10.
To promise or pledge to try hard at something
DESTROY
COMMIT
PREFER
EXPORT
She was ready to commit herself to the relationship.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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