6th Grade Vocabulary Test 3

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 273

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6th Grade Vocabulary Quizzes & Trivia

As your English vocabulary increases the need to ensure you don’t forget any of it arises too. This can be achieved by using newly learnt words in your everyday conversation and taking up revision quizzes to refresh your mind. This third test in the series of vocabulary tests will ensure you are up to date.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    I dissolved two spoonfuls of sugar in my cup of coffee.
    • A. 

      To make liquid, especially by putting into a liquid

    • B. 

      To develop gradually

    • C. 

      Closely and firmly packed together; closely joined

    • D. 

      To mark out; point out; show

  • 2. 
    The boys evolved a plan for earning money during their summer vacation.
    • A. 

      To make liquid, especially by putting into a liquid

    • B. 

      To develop gradually

    • C. 

      Closely and firmly packed together; closely joined

    • D. 

      To mark out; point out; show

  • 3. 
    Red lines designate main roads on this map.
    • A. 

      To make liquid, especially by putting into a liquid

    • B. 

      To develop gradually

    • C. 

      Closely and firmly packed together; closely joined

    • D. 

      To mark out; point out; show

  • 4. 
    The leaves of a cabbage are folded into a compact load.
    • A. 

      To make liquid, especially by putting into a liquid

    • B. 

      To develop gradually

    • C. 

      Closely and firmly packed together; closely joined

    • D. 

      To mark out; point out; show

  • 5. 
    We anticipated a good time at the party.
    • A. 

      An opinion formed without taking time and care to judge fairly

    • B. 

      To look forward to; expect

    • C. 

      The state or fact of being earlier in time

    • D. 

      To manage by clever use of influence, especially unfair influence

  • 6. 
    Many people have a prejudice against foreigners.
    • A. 

      An opinion formed without taking time and care to judge fairly

    • B. 

      To look forward to; expect

    • C. 

      The state or fact of being earlier in time

    • D. 

      To manage by clever use of influence, especially unfair influence

  • 7. 
    You can often tell the meaning of a word from its context.
    • A. 

      Expressing much in few words; brief but full of meaning

    • B. 

      To look forward to; expect

    • C. 

      The state or fact of being earlier in time

    • D. 

      The parts directly before and after a word or sentence that influence its meaning

  • 8. 
    He so manipulated the ball team that he was elected captain although they really thought his brother would be a better leader.
    • A. 

      Expressing much in few words; brief but full of meaning

    • B. 

      To look forward to; expect

    • C. 

      To manage by clever use of influence, especially unfair influence

    • D. 

      The parts directly before and after a word or sentence that influence its meaning

  • 9. 
    The chairman's concise report covered all the subject briefly.
    • A. 

      Expressing much in few words; brief but full of meaning

    • B. 

      To look forward to; expect

    • C. 

      To manage by clever use of influence, especially unfair influence

    • D. 

      The parts directly before and after a word or sentence that influence its meaning

  • 10. 
    The priority of the visit of the Norsemen to America to that of Columbus has been established.
    • A. 

      Expressing much in few words; brief but full of meaning

    • B. 

      The state or fact of being earlier in time

    • C. 

      To look forward to; expect

    • D. 

      The parts directly before and after a word or sentence that influence its meaning

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