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Halloween
Halloween
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Crossword
Crossword
Complete the crossword by filling in a word that fits each clue.
Across:
4. Idiom. Said by children who visit people’s houses at Halloween and threaten to play tricks on people who do not give them
sweets/candy.
6. Noun. A large round vegetable with thick orange skin.
8. Noun. An area of land used for burying dead people, especially one that is not beside a church.
9. Noun. A dead body that has been made alive again by magic.
Down:
1. Noun. An animal like a mouse with wings, that flies and feeds at night.
2. Noun. The structure of bones that supports the body of a person or an animal.
3. Noun. A dead person who leaves his or her grave at night to suck the blood of living people.
5. Adj. Frightening.
7. Noun. A body of a human or an animal that has been preserved by treating it with special oils and wrapping it in cloth.
10. Noun. A sound that people make when they want to surprise or frighten somebody.
Definitions taken from the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary
Oxford University Press España
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Halloween
Halloween
1
Crossword
Crossword
Answer key
Across:
4. Idiom. Said by children who visit people’s houses at Halloween and threaten to play tricks on people who do not give them
sweets/candy.
6. Noun. A large round vegetable with thick orange skin.
8. Noun. An area of land used for burying dead people, especially one that is not beside a church.
9. Noun. A dead body that has been made alive again by magic.
Down:
1. Noun. An animal like a mouse with wings, that flies and feeds at night.
2. Noun. The structure of bones that supports the body of a person or an animal.
3. Noun. A dead person who leaves his or her grave at night to suck the blood of living people.
5. Adj. Frightening.
7. Noun. A body of a human or an animal that has been preserved by treating it with special oils and wrapping it in cloth.
10. Noun. A sound that people make when they want to surprise or frighten somebody.
Definitions taken from the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary
Oxford University Press España
www.oup.com/es Photocopiable Resources
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