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Date Shared: 29 September 2017
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.
Adjective a word that describes a noun or pronoun. In the phrase 'black hat', 'black' is an adjective and in the sentence 'It makes her happy', 'happy' is an adjective Habit something that you do regularly or usually, often without thinking about it because you have done it so many times before Interview a formal meeting at which someone is asked questions in order to find out whether they are suitable for a job, course of study etc.: an occasion when a famous person is asked questions about their life, experiences, or opinions for a newspaper, magazine, television program etc.: an official meeting with someone who asks you questions (Noun); to ask someone questions during an interview (Verb) Predict to say that something will happen, before it happens Strategy a planned series of actions for achieving something: the skill of planning the movements of armies in a war, or an example of this: skillful planning in general Sociolinguistic the study of linguistic behavior as determined by sociocultural factors: the study of the relation between language and society: the study of how the people around you and your heritage can change the way you speak Vary differ in size, amount, degree, or nature from something else of the same general class: to change from one condition, form, or state to another Competence the ability to do something successfully or efficiently Persuasive good at persuading someone to do or believe something through reasoning or the use of temptation Produce to create, make or form something: to cause to have existence or to happen: bring about Empirical based on scientific testing or practical experience, not on ideas Hypothetical based on a situation that is not real, but that might happen: imaginary Kinesthetic learning through feeling such as a sense of body position, muscle movement and weight as felt through nerve endings Master to learn a skill or a language so well that you have no difficulty with it: to manage to control a strong emotion; overcome Theoretical relating to the study of ideas, especially scientific ideas, rather than to practical uses of the ideas or practical experience; theory, practical, applied: a theoretical situation or condition could exist but does not really exist; hypothetical Synonym a word with the same meaning as another word in the same language Antonym a word that means the opposite of another word Suffix a letter or letters added to the end of a word to form a new word, such as 'ness' in 'kindness' or 'ly' in 'suddenly' Prefix 1 . Technical: a group of letters that is added to the beginning of a word to change its meaning and make a new word, such as 'un' in 'untie' or 'mis' in 'misunderstand' 2. A number or letter that comes before other numbers or letters, especially a group of numbers that comes before a telephone number when you are calling someone in a different area 3. A title such as 'Ms.' or 'Dr.' used before someone's name Heritage the traditional beliefs, values, customs etc. of a family, country, or society
29 September 2017
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