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Verbs 13 (Age 6) - Including delay and conclude

What do ‘load’, ‘lock’ and ‘elect’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to be against or disagree’? 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 like more or favour
KICK
PREFER
HURT
BLAME
I prefer white chocolate to dark.
2.
To be against or disagree with
HATE
INFORM
OPPOSE
PERSUADE
Lots of people oppose fox hunting.
3.
To fill or put something into
LOAD
REMIND
GATHER
SHUT
I’ll just load the washing machine before we go.
4.
To secure, usually with a key or bolt
SUSPECT
LEAN
KISS
LOCK
Remember to lock the door behind you.
5.
To postpone, make late or put off
AFFORD
DELAY
COPE
EXPAND
We're going to delay the wedding until next year.
6.
To draw to a close or end
EARN
RECOVER
CONCLUDE
STEAL
I'll conclude the film review with a recommendation to see it.
7.
To vote for or choose
ELECT
DERIVE
WITNESS
PROCEED
Who will the people elect to be leader?
8.
To suggest or advise
RECOMMEND
KNOCK
WAKE
EXPLORE
I can recommend the apple pie for dessert.
9.
To keep out of sight
EXCLUDE
IMPORT
ACCOMPANY
HIDE
Let's hide under the bed and hope they don't find us.
10.
To take on, start or commence
ACCUSE
ATTACH
UNDERTAKE
BID
I'll undertake the new project on Monday.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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