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Verbs 15 (Age 6) - Including permit and advise

What do ‘command’, ‘imply’ and ‘rely’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to arrange or book in advance’? This quiz has the answers.

Aged 6 and in Year 1 or 2? This enjoyable rapid vocabulary quiz was written to help you learn 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 allow, let or grant
EXPAND
PERMIT
WITHDRAW
GUARD
Permit me to carry the shopping in for you.
2.
To make musical sounds with your voice
STEAL
PURSUE
RESTORE
SING
He loved to sing when he was in the shower.
3.
To recommend or suggest
ACCOMPANY
COLLAPSE
COOK
ADVISE
I advise you to go and see a doctor.
4.
To trust or depend on
BID
RELAX
RELY
OWE
You can rely on her to turn up on time.
5.
To suggest or hint
IMPLY
SHUT
ABANDON
JUSTIFY
He tried to imply that he was busy, but no one took any notice.
6.
To put together or blend
KISS
URGE
MONITOR
MIX
Mix the powder with half a cup of water and drink.
7.
To vanish or drop out of sight
DISAPPEAR
PROCEED
RETIRE
ENGAGE
They watched the stars disappear as the day dawned.
8.
To prohibit or restrict. Stop people using or doing something
BLAME
BAN
CONNECT
CRASH
The school decided to ban phones in class.
9.
To demand or order someone
EXPLORE
COMMAND
RUSH
IMPLEMENT
I command you to come downstairs immediately!
10.
To arrange or book in advance
PERSUADE
PAUSE
RESERVE
GUESS
I'll reserve a table at the Indian restaurant for Friday evening.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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