English word games - intermediate level
Themed vocabulary crossword -A themed vocabulary crossword for intermediate level students of English
The clues and the answers will help you explore the vocabulary of music
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1. To make a sound louder
7. A short unit in music, or part of a pub.
8. A lot of musicians who play together.
11. A kind of dance popular in the 1960's.
13. To call off. To suppress something that was planned.
14. We'll begin ..... Thursday.
15. Top rock stars ......... a lot of money.
16. Collective word used to describe trumpets, trombones, etc.
17. Song sung by two people.
18. If you want to make a record, you should ............ a good studio
CLUES DOWN1. Preposition.
2. It is not stereo.
3. A long playing vinyl record.
4. Music is one, so is painting.
5. Hit parades.
6 .Instrument often found in a church.
7. The most famous pop group of all time.
9. When musicians play live or in public.
10. It might be a C.D., or else a "vinyl".
12. A singer _______ a song
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