Memory Magic: Vocabulary
Practise using vocabulary from the reading.
Click on the box beside the correct answer.
A person who has dyslexia _______________ .
- cannot learn to read or write
- is much better at reading and writing than most people
- has difficulty learning to read and write
- can read but cannot write
A disability is _______________ .
- a condition of the mind that makes learning difficult
- a condition of the body that makes walking difficult
- a condition of the mind or the body
The word sensory means _______________ .
- something that cannot be heard
- something which does not involve any of the five senses (sight, hearing, touch, taste or smell)
- something which involves any or all of the five senses
- something which you cannot see
Ignore means _______________ .
- pay not much attention to someone or something
- pay no attention to someone or something
- pay a lot of attention to someone or something
When you focus on something, you _______________ .
- pay little or no attention to it
- study something carefully
- take a short rest from studying
Synonyms are words _______________ .
- which mean the opposite of other words
- that sound the same as other words, but are spelled differently
- that have the same meaning as other words
A champion is someone who _______________ .
- likes to win
- competes against other people for prizes
- wins a competition
- enters but doesn't win a competition
An acronym is _______________ .
- a word that begins with the letter a
- a word with letters that help people remember things
- a part of the brain where information is kept for a short time
- a part of the brain where information is kept for a long time
The word visualize is _______________ .
- the verb form of the word vision
- the adjective form of the word vision
- the adverb form of the word vision
Chunks are _______________ .
- bits and pieces of something
- small things you can hear but not see
- things that stop you from concentrating