English word games - intermediate level
Themed vocabulary crossword -A themed vocabulary crossword for intermediate level students of English as a foreign language (EFL), or English as a second language (ESL). Most of the words in this crossword have something to do with GEOGRAPHY. If you can finish the crossword with no help, you're doing well; but you'II probably need the help of a dictionary for some of the answers.
1. Direction of the sunset.
3. The opposite of no. 1
7. Very wet ground indeed.
11. Smaller than a town.
12. Hole in the ground from which minerals are extracted.
14. A large area of trees.
18. Shorter synonym of "island".
20. Height above sea level.
21. It is cut from the ground, and it burns; but it isn't coal.
2. Small ocean.
4. Small water course.
5. As dry ____ a desert.
6. Large area of fresh water.
8. The Thames is one; so is the Mississippi.
9. If they were bigger, we'd call them mountains.
10. A wall holding back a large volume of water.
13. There is a pole here.
15. The rise and fall of the ocean.
16. Opposite of "dry".
17. A plan of the land.
19. Same as 2.
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