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Read the definitions and write the words:

 
Parts of the body
 
 
 
 
1. We use them for walking.
2. It's the middle of the leg where the leg bends. 
3. It has fingers and you use it to use things.
4. Your eyes, nose, mouth and ears are on it.
5. It's between your head and your shoulders.
 
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4
2
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1
 
 
 
 
 
 

Clothes

 
 
 
 
 
1. Trousers that end above your knees.
2. These cover your feet and ankles.
3. This hangs from the waist down.
4. You wear this to keep your neck warm.
5. This is a set of clothes, such as a jacket and trousers.
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2
4
3
1
 
 
 
 
 
 

Hotel Vocabulary

 
 
1. You leave your key here.
2. You take this to get to your room.
3. He helps you with your luggage.
4. If you have a problem you speak to him.
5. You ask for this on the last day.
 
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5
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Shops

 
1. You send a letter here.
2. You can buy all types of medicine here.
3. You can buy all types of food here.
4. You can watch films here.
5. You can buy newspapers and magazines here.
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 There is one spelling mistake in this crossword. Which is the correct answer? 
 

 
 
 
Hope you enjoy this activity!!!
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