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Verbs 19 (Age 6) - Including relax and rush

What do ‘pursue’, ‘pause’ and ‘urge’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to fall down, crumble or give way’? This quiz has the answers.

Aged 6 and learning new words? This fun 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 follow or chase
PURSUE
INCH
PREDICT
TACKLE
She went to America to pursue her dream of becoming famous.
2.
To briefly stop or hesitate
CYCLE
POP
PAUSE
POUR
She had to pause as she was getting tearful.
3.
To give up or drop
ABANDON
CONVINCE
RESTRICT
SUSTAIN
We had to abandon the idea as it wasn't going to work.
4.
To beg or encourage
ASSIST
CONVERT
COMPETE
URGE
I urge you to consider what you are planning to do.
5.
To take out or extract from something
DISMISS
WITHDRAW
ANALYSE
REVERSE
She went to the bank to withdraw enough money for the weekend.
6.
To give up work for good
RETIRE
COMPLAIN
GAZE
PRISE
Lily couldn't wait to retire next month.
7.
To feel at ease and calm
ALTER
POSSESS
RELAX
SUBMIT
On days off he liked to relax and potter around the house.
8.
To hurry or move quickly
INCORPORATE
SOLVE
HIGHLIGHT
RUSH
We have to rush to catch the bus.
9.
To fall down, crumble or give way
ACKNOWLEDGE
SPECIFY
SPELL
COLLAPSE
Dad repaired the garden shed as he thought it might collapse.
10.
To join or link two things together
INTERPRET
CONNECT
DIFFER
RECKON
Connect the wire to the back of the TV and turn it on.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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