English word games - intermediate level
BODY & CLOTHES
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 parts of the body, or clothes. 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.
CLUES ACROSS2. Half way down your arms.
5. Wear one when it's cold.
7. At the end of your arms.
10. What you hear with.
11. What you see with.
13. Opposite of "fronts"
17. Little white things in your head that bite.
18. This grows on your head.
19. Sort of cord worn round the neck.
20. If your clothes are dirty, ......... them!
22. Do all British schoolkids wear uniforms?
23. It is sometimes worn by Scotsmen.
CLUES DOWN1. The underneath of a shoe.
3. Flesh, skin, bones, muscle, the lot.
4. Often worn between a vest and a pullover.
6. In winter, people often get a sore ..........
8. Between head and body.
9. What your eyes do.
12. Small round object, used to hold things together.
13. Strip of leather worn round the waist.
14. Side of the face, pink when it's cold.
15. Type of woollen scarf sometimes worn by ladies over their shoulders
16. What you kiss with.
21. Pronoun for a man.
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