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Date Shared: 31 October 2017
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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.
Advise To tell someone what you think they should do, especially when you know more than they do about something Cohort A group of people banded together or treated as a group. Deadline the latest time or date by which something should be completed. Determined Having a strong desire to do something, so that you will not let anyone stop you; Showing determination, especially in a difficult situation Grant To give someone something or allow them to have something that they have asked for Grit Courage and resolve; strength of character. Industry Businesses that produce a particular type of thing or provide a particular service; The large-scale production of goods or of substances Lack When there is not enough of something, or none of it [noun] [Transitive Verb] To not have something that you need, or not have enough of it *Do not use 'in' or 'of' after the verb 'lack' Motivate To be the reason why someone does something. To make someone want to achieve something and make them willing to work hard in order to do this. Obstacle Something that makes it difficult to achieve something; An object which blocks your way, so that you must try to go around it Passion A very strong belief or feeling about something A very strong liking for something (passion for ___ ) Prerequisite Something that is necessary before something else can happen or be done (usually used with 'for, to, of') Qualification A skill, personal quality, or type of experience that makes you suitable for a particular job or position If you have a qualification, you have passed an examination or course to show you have a particular level of skill or knowledge in a subject Requirement Something that a college, employer etc says you must have in order to do something (for example, excellent exam results) Something that someone needs or asks for; something that must be done because of a law or rule Scholarship 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. Superstition A belief that some objects or actions are lucky or unlucky, or that they cause events to happen, based on old ideas of magic Tuition A sum of money charged for teaching or instruction by a school, college, or university. Tutor [n] Someone who gives private lessons to one student or a small group, and is paid directly by them [v] to teach someone as a tutor Unstable 1. Likely to change suddenly and become worse 2. something that is likely to move or fall 3. Someone who changes very suddenly, so you do not know how they will react or behave Vocation A job, especially one that involves helping people, that you do because you enjoy it or because you have a strong feeling that it is the purpose of your life to do it
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