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The newsletter said they would PRINT my short story next month.

Verbs 11 (Age 6) - Including print and recall

What do ‘declare’, ‘dance’ and ‘glance’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to bound or leap’? This quiz has the answers.

In Year 1 or 2 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 stop (done by the police)
ARREST
ILLUSTRATE
IMPLY
REMIND
The officers went to his house to arrest him.
2.
To bound or leap
SUCCEED
RELY
JUMP
ACCUSE
She decided to jump over the low wall and run away.
3.
To move around to music
BURN
DANCE
COMMAND
KNOCK
I like to dance to the radio when I'm washing up.
4.
To like or be pleased about something
APPROVE
INVESTIGATE
SING
EARN
I approve of your new outfit and hairstyle.
5.
To publish or make a copy on paper
SURROUND
MIX
SUSPECT
PRINT
The newsletter said they would print my short story next month.
6.
To complain or object
PROTEST
WASH
DISAPPEAR
DERIVE
There is a big march on Saturday to protest against the new law.
7.
To state, announce or claim
SATISFY
RESERVE
DECLARE
HATE
I declare that I have solved the mystery.
8.
To donate or give something
EXPORT
CONTRIBUTE
BAN
KICK
Would you like to contribute to Simon's retirement gift?
9.
To recollect or remember
TASTE
ADVISE
EXCLUDE
RECALL
Do you recall where I left my keys?
10.
To browse or scan with your eyes
GENERATE
GLANCE
PERMIT
AFFORD
I'll glance at the letter after lunch.
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