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I want to EXPLORE the old ruins when we go to Egypt.

Verbs 18 (Age 6) - Including expand and explore

What do ‘proceed’, ‘persuade’ and ‘accompany’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to close or seal’? This quiz has the answers.

In Year 1 or 2, your first years of school? This enjoyable and fast 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 accuse or hold responsible for something
APPRECIATE
BLAME
INTERPRET
DIFFER
You can't blame me for the mess you're in.
2.
To carry on or continue
PROCEED
DEFEND
COMPLAIN
GAZE
Come with me to the next corner then I'll proceed on my own.
3.
To go with or escort someone
TRACE
ACKNOWLEDGE
SPECIFY
ACCOMPANY
I'd love to accompany you on your tour of Asia.
4.
To close or seal
SHUT
REPAIR
CONVINCE
RESTRICT
He shut the windows as it was getting cold.
5.
To touch lips with someone else to show love
DOMINATE
ASSIST
CONVERT
KISS
I always kiss my parents goodnight before going to sleep.
6.
To make bigger or increase
PRESERVE
EXPAND
DISMISS
ANALYSE
We need to expand our search to a wider range.
7.
To convince someone to do something
RESOLVE
CYCLE
PERSUADE
POP
She tried to persuade her sister to go with her.
8.
To make an offer at an auction
DISTINGUISH
ALTER
BID
POSSESS
I'm waiting to bid for the emerald necklace.
9.
To thieve or take something that is not yours
BOTHER
INCH
PREDICT
STEAL
Did you pay for that or did you steal it?
10.
To travel around or tour somewhere unknown
EXPLORE
SPLIT
INCORPORATE
SOLVE
I want to explore the old ruins when we go to Egypt.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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