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Furniture Vocabulary Quiz

Test your English! There are ten questions displayed randomly in this multiple-choice quiz. Kids read the question, then choose the right answer from four options.

  • If kids are new to the topic, or if they need some help with their spelling, introduce the vocabulary by using our Vocabulary Words list before taking the test.
  • Otherwise, they may find it quite difficult.
  • To start, click on the Quiz text.
  • There are ten questions (definitions of the words) that display randomly each time you take the quiz.
  • Read the question carefully, then look at the words with picture clues on the right.
  • You have four options to choose from. Click on the word you think is correct.
  • If you are right, you gain one point.
  • If your answer is wrong, you can show the correct one.
  • You don't have to hurry up. There is no time limit for answering questions.
  • Use the Next button to continue.
  • At the end of the game, you can see your total score.
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Vocabulary Words

From the image to the word and its definition. This picture reference helps you learn, practise or repeat English words that appear in our quiz.

Vocabulary games


A chair with a back and arms.

English vocabulary games


A place to sleep.

English teachers' resources


With shelves for storing books.

Games to learn English


A seat for one person, with a support for the back.

Activities to learn English


Used to store household objects.

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With a writing surface and drawers.

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A seat for more than one person.

Learning English. Resources


A simple seat without a back or arms.

Practise English. Games for kids


Has a flat top and one or more legs.

English vocabulary. Games for kids


Used to store clothes.

activity ideas

If your students enjoy our quiz, you could expand it (or give your students extra practice) by playing related classroom word games. Here are some ideas to inspire you. These activities can be used in any topic!

Teaching English in a fun way

Write rhyming riddles for as many of your words as you can. For example, It is sweet, and rhymes with hair. See if someone can figure out your riddles!

Learning English in a fun way

Create your own quiz. Include a question for each word. Your questions maybe true or false, multiple choice or matching.

Classroom games ideas

Think of words and their meaning, then create your own crossword puzzle. Write a definition for each word. You can add picture clues, too!

Related Printables

Learn and practise English with our printables that go well with the vocabulary quiz. You need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print these resources.

Vocabulary tests for ESL kids
  • vocabulary quiz
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  • Students read each question carefully, then choose the right answer from four options. Suitable for older kids, great to practise reading and vocabulary skills.
Crosswords for teaching English to kids
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  • In this activity, students use the verbal clues to figure out the crossword. Great for older kids to practise new vocabulary and build reading skills.
Worksheets for teaching English to kids
  • bingo! cards
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  • Bingo! cards are a fun way to build language skills. You can use them for introducing and practising vocabulary, and they are great to play word games. Also, kids can collect them to make their own picture dictionaries.