Year 5 - Test 1

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  • 1. 

    Select the synonym for 'gigantic'

    • A.

      Miniature

    • B.

      Tall

    • C.

      Pillar

    • D.

      Colossal

    Correct Answer
    D. Colossal
    Explanation
    The word "gigantic" means extremely large or huge. A synonym for this word is "colossal," which also refers to something of immense size or magnitude. Therefore, "colossal" is the correct answer as it has a similar meaning to "gigantic."

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  • 2. 

    Select the synonym for 'petrified'

    • A.

      Terrified

    • B.

      Playful

    • C.

      Confused

    • D.

      Diminished

    Correct Answer
    A. Terrified
    Explanation
    The word "petrified" means extremely frightened or terrified. Therefore, the synonym for "petrified" is "terrified".

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  • 3. 

    Select the synonym for 'gadget'

    • A.

      Budget

    • B.

      Device

    • C.

      Drool

    • D.

      Gallery

    Correct Answer
    B. Device
    Explanation
    The word "gadget" refers to a small technological device or tool. The synonym for "gadget" is "device" as both words are used to describe similar objects.

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  • 4. 

    Select the synonym for 'plethora'

    • A.

      Expect

    • B.

      Need

    • C.

      Hole

    • D.

      Plenty

    Correct Answer
    D. Plenty
    Explanation
    The word "plethora" means an excessive or abundant amount of something. The synonym for "plethora" is "plenty," which also means a large or abundant quantity of something.

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  • 5. 

    Select the synonym for 'nurture'

    • A.

      Neglect

    • B.

      Torture

    • C.

      Ignore

    • D.

      Nourish

    Correct Answer
    D. Nourish
    Explanation
    The word "nurture" means to care for, support, or encourage the growth and development of someone or something. The synonym for "nurture" is "nourish," which also means to provide the necessary substances for growth and health. Both words imply a positive and caring action towards the well-being and development of someone or something.

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  • 6. 

    Select the synonym for 'bounty'

    • A.

      Sweet

    • B.

      Perish

    • C.

      Prize

    • D.

      Bar

    Correct Answer
    C. Prize
    Explanation
    The word "bounty" refers to something given or provided generously. A synonym for this would be "prize," which also denotes something that is awarded or given as a reward. Therefore, "prize" is the correct answer in this context.

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  • 7. 

    Select the synonym for 'prior'

    • A.

      Later

    • B.

      Earlier

    • C.

      Present

    • D.

      Latter

    Correct Answer
    B. Earlier
    Explanation
    The word "prior" means happening or existing before something else. The synonym for "prior" is "earlier," which also refers to something happening or existing before a particular time or event. Therefore, "earlier" is the correct answer as it shares a similar meaning with "prior."

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  • 8. 

    Select the synonym for 'primitive'

    • A.

      Ancient

    • B.

      Culture

    • C.

      Monkey

    • D.

      Minor

    Correct Answer
    A. Ancient
    Explanation
    The synonym for 'primitive' is 'ancient' because both words refer to something that is old or existing in an earlier time.

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  • 9. 

    Select the synonym for 'alien'

    • A.

      Old

    • B.

      Origin

    • C.

      Native

    • D.

      Foreign

    Correct Answer
    D. Foreign
    Explanation
    The word "alien" refers to something or someone that is not from or familiar to a particular place or culture. The word "foreign" has a similar meaning, as it describes something or someone that is from another country or culture. Therefore, "foreign" is a synonym for "alien".

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  • 10. 

    Select the synonym for 'familiar'

    • A.

      Family

    • B.

      Distant

    • C.

      Common

    • D.

      Strange

    Correct Answer
    C. Common
    Explanation
    The word "familiar" means well-known or frequently encountered. The synonym for "familiar" is "common" because both words refer to something that is widely known or frequently seen.

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  • 11. 

    Find one word that goes well in both the list        (business, job, occupation)         (bother, disturb, regard)

    • A.

      Affect

    • B.

      Concern

    • C.

      Company

    • D.

      Worry

    Correct Answer
    B. Concern
    Explanation
    The word "concern" fits well in both lists because it can be associated with both business and job in terms of being involved or interested in them, and it can also be associated with bother, disturb, and regard in terms of causing worry or being related to them.

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  • 12. 

    Find one word that goes well in both the list       (mind, vigilant, patrol)          (clock, timepiece, sundial)

    • A.

      Wrist

    • B.

      Pendulum

    • C.

      Watch

    • D.

      Guard

    Correct Answer
    C. Watch
    Explanation
    The word "watch" is the correct answer because it can be associated with both lists. In the first list, "watch" is a synonym for being vigilant or on patrol. In the second list, "watch" is a common term used to refer to a timepiece, such as a wristwatch or a clock. Therefore, "watch" is the word that goes well in both lists.

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