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 House and home CROSSWORD

House and home  - thematic vocabulary EFL resource

Expand your vocabulary - a thematic crossword for students of English as a foreign language, or English as a second language. You should know much, but not all, of the vocabulary required for this crossword, so you may need to use a dictionary.

House & home crossword

CLUES ACROSS

1.    To change houses, go to a new house. 

3.    Use one to open locked doors.

6.    Soft seat for two or three.

8.    Type of fuel used in central heating.

9.    Big wooden box.

10.    Kitchen wash basin.

12.    To erect a house.

14.    House, or district, that is in very bad condition. one.

16.    Covering that keeps out the rain.

19.    Container hidden in the word KITCHEN.

20.    Use it, but usually them, to go up.

21.    It's time to .... the washing up.

22.    Small but important room in a British house: in the USA it's called a restroom.

23.    Hot and heavy, used on clothes.

26.    Like doors, but outdoors. Or America's richest man?.

27.    Small shelter at the entrance to a house.

28.    Part of a house where the attic is found.

29.    At the start of 22.

CLUES DOWN

1.   Small insect that eats clothes.

2.    A .................. cleaner sucks up dust.

4.    What one does in a dining room.

5.    Decorate a house, but without wallpaper. 

7.    Ring it on arrival.

10.    Place where stores are kept.

11.   Housing zone or private park.

13.   Pipes for waste water. 

15.   Plastic floor covering. 

17.   Another type of fuel used in central heating. 

18.   Where you live; it's more than just a house. 

20.   Urban road, usually with buildings.

24.   Domestic animals, like Mickey or Jerry.

25.   Water comes out of it; and In America, it's called a "faucet".


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