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Verbs 22 (Age 6) - Including interpret and inch

What do ‘alter’, ‘assist’ and ‘acknowledge’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to comprehend or understand’? This quiz has the answers.

Aged 6 and in your first years of school? This enjoyable and fast vocabulary quiz was written to help you.

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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 prove to, persuade or assure
CONVINCE
BEND
OVERCOME
SAIL
You'll have to convince me of your innocence.
2.
To modify or change
INVEST
DETECT
ALTER
SPONSOR
We need to alter our route next week due to roadworks.
3.
To grumble or moan
COMPLAIN
LOCATE
GRIN
CONDEMN
You always complain when you don't get your way.
4.
To ride a bicycle
SWEEP
BURST
CYCLE
BEHAVE
I'll cycle over to his house later with the present.
5.
To help or aid
PRACTISE
CELEBRATE
PARTICIPATE
ASSIST
Danny was brought in to assist the team.
6.
To contain or include
INCORPORATE
TAP
RESIST
HARM
The new model will incorporate many extra features.
7.
To disregard or reject
PERCEIVE
DISMISS
COMPRISE
HIRE
He couldn't dismiss the fact that she hadn't come home that night.
8.
To accept or admit
SCREAM
DISTRIBUTE
CONFINE
ACKNOWLEDGE
She refused to acknowledge there was anything wrong with her.
9.
To move very slowly
DRAG
INCH
POSE
EXTRACT
Look at the snail inch up the wall.
10.
To comprehend or understand
WHISPER
INTERPRET
EXPOSE
RESIGN
The class took time to interpret the poem.
You can find more about this topic by visiting BBC Bitesize - What is a verb?

Author:  Sarah Garratty

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