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Students are presented with 3 choices and asked to select one of them that best matches a word or phrase listed below.

4th Grade Word Games, Group 2




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Advanced WordBasic WordPart of Speech
jaggedhaving rough edgeadjective
lacknot havingadjective
limbarm or legnoun
limpwalk with one side slidingverb
manufacturemake verb
masterchiefnoun
matureold and wiseadjective
meadowopen field noun
mistrustdon't trustverb
mockinsultverb
modestplainadjective
noblehonorable, moraladjective
orchardgroup of fruit treesnoun
outstandingamazingadjective
accurateexactadjective
addresstalk toverb
affordhave enough moneyadjective
alertsound alarmverb
analyzethinkverb
ancestorprevious members of familynoun
annualonce per yearadjective
apparentseems soadjective
appropriatefitsadjective
arenaopen placenoun
arrestcatchverb
ascendgo upverb
assisthelpverb
attempttryverb
attentiveaware ofverb
attractivegood-lookingadjective
awkwarduneasy, embarrassedadjective
baggageluggagenoun
basicplainadjective
benefitgainnoun
blendmixverb
blossomflower openingverb
burrowdig a holeverb
calculatedo mathverb
capableableadjective
captivityin a cagenoun
carefreerelaxedadjective
century100 yearsnoun
chamberroomnoun
circularshaped like a circleadjective
coaxencourageverb
columnpostnoun
communicatetalk verb
competitionracenoun
completefinishverb
concentratethinkverb
concernworryverb
concludecompleteverb
confusenot understandverb
congratulatecheer for successverb
considerablea lot of adjective
contenthappyadjective
contributegiveverb
craftyslyadjective
createmakeverb
demonstrateshowverb
descendgo downverb
desirewantverb
destructivedamagingadjective
developgrow, progressverb
disasterruinnoun
disclosetell secretverb
distractmake think of something elseverb
distresscause problem, painverb
dusknear sunsetnoun
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