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Date Shared: 1 October 2018
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Complete the crossword by filling in a word that fits each clue. Fill in the correct answers, one letter per square, both across and down, from the given clues. There will be a gray space between multi-word answers.
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Academic relating to education, especially at college or university level ≠ non-academic, extra-curricular: concerned with studying from books, as opposed to practical work: good at studying Alumni the former students of a school, college etc. Campus the land and buildings of a university or college, including the buildings where students live: the land and buildings belonging to a large company Co-educational a system in which students of both sexes are educated together Entrepreneur someone who starts a new business or arranges business deals in order to make money, often in a way that involves financial risks Graduate (noun) someone who has completed a university degree, especially a first degree: (verb) to obtain a degree, especially a first degree, from a college or university; to complete your education at high school Habit a behavior that is repeated so often that it becomes almost automatic: something that you do regularly or usually, often without thinking about it because you have done it so many times before Learn to gain knowledge of a subject or skill, by experience, by studying it, or by being taught ≠ teach: to find out information or news by hearing it from someone else or reading it; discover: to get to know something so well that you can easily remember it; memorize: to gradually understand a situation and start behaving in the way that you should Parochial Schools a private school which is run by or connected with a church Private for use by one person or group, not for everyone: not related to, owned by, or paid for by the government ≠ public: a private meeting, conversation etc. involves only two people or a small number of people, and is not for other people to know about, secret Public relating to all the ordinary people in a country, who are not members of the government or do not have important jobs: available for anyone to use: relating to the government and the services it provides for people: intended for anyone to know, see, or hear≠ private Register to put someone's or something's name on an official list Salutation something you say or do when greeting someone: a word or phrase used at the beginning of a letter or speech, such as 'Dear Mr Smith': greeting Scholarship, Grant an amount of money that is given to someone by an educational organization to help pay for their education: the knowledge, work, or methods involved in serious studying Secular not connected with or controlled by a church or other religious authority ≠ non-secular Strategy a plan of action or policy designed to achieve a major or overall aim: a plan Study to learn about a subject at school, university etc.: to try to find out more about a subject or problem, using scientific methods: to look at something carefully Teach to give lessons in a school, college, or university, or to help someone learn about something by giving them information ≠ learn: to show someone how to do something: to show or tell someone how they should behave or what they should think: if an experience or situation teaches you something, it helps you to understand something about life Tuition a sum of money charged for teaching or instruction by a school, college, or university Valedictorian the student who has received the best marks all the way through school, and who usually makes a speech at the graduation ceremony
1 October 2018
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