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Verbs 16 (Age 6) - Including earn and remind

What do ‘afford’, ‘accuse’ and ‘suspect’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to rap or tap with the knuckles’? This quiz has the answers.

In Year 1 or 2 and learning new words? This enjoyable 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 blame or point the finger at
RELAX
OWE
ACCUSE
DISTINGUISH
Don't accuse me of things I haven't done.
2.
To boot or strike with the foot
CONNECT
KICK
CRASH
APPRECIATE
Try to kick the ball into the net.
3.
To rap or tap with the knuckles
RUSH
KNOCK
IMPLEMENT
SPLIT
Knock loudly on the door so they can hear us.
4.
To have enough money for
WITHDRAW
AFFORD
GUARD
PRESERVE
After the lottery win, they realised they could afford to go on holiday.
5.
To receive or get
DERIVE
RETIRE
ENGAGE
DEFEND
I derive great pleasure from reading.
6.
To nudge or prompt to remember
REMIND
ABANDON
JUSTIFY
REPAIR
Will you remind me to ring the dentist later?
7.
To despise or detest
PAUSE
GUESS
HATE
RESOLVE
I hate the way some people have no respect for others.
8.
To keep out or refuse
COLLAPSE
COOK
TRACE
EXCLUDE
The football manager decided to exclude him from the team.
9.
To believe something is true but not be sure
URGE
MONITOR
DOMINATE
SUSPECT
I suspect you're only saying that to make me happy.
10.
To receive money or reward for work
EARN
PURSUE
RESTORE
BOTHER
I will earn twice as much in my new job.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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