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ENGAGING PUZZLES FOR KET PREPARATION

Vocabulary Revision for Cambridge Key English Test


WRITTEN, COMPLIED, AND EDITED BY
Monica Thomas (B.A. Hons)

• 16 Thematic
crosswords
• 379 words: from
accident to zoo
• Answers and a
handy Word
Index included

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Vocabulary Revision for
Cambridge Key English Test

WRITTEN, COMPLIED, AND EDITED BY


Monica Thomas (B.A. Hons)

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INTRODUCTION:

Key English Test (KET) is the first and the most basic of all Cambridge ESOL examinations. It is widely
recognized as a qualification representing a general basic ability in English. KET has been accredited by
the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA), the statutory regulatory authority for external
qualifications in England, and its counterparts in Wales and Northern Ireland at Cambridge ESOL Entry
Level Certificate In ESOL International (Entry 2). This is equivalent to Level A2 of the Common European
Framework of Reference for Languages. For more information about Cambridge ESOL exams, please go
to www.CambridgeESOL.org

As an alternative and fun approach to learning and revising vocabulary, "Crosswords 1" offers the chance
to learn and memorize almost 400 words from the Cambridge Key English Test (KET) word list. The book
covers 16 topics in 16 different crosswords, arranged from the basic through to the more complex. As well
as being fun, "Crosswords 1" is an effective means of simple, direct memorization and learning, and is ideal
for both home and classroom use.

I sincerely hope that you find this book entertaining and helpful.

Monica Thomas

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“Words are only postage stamps delivering the object for you to unwrap”
George Bernard Shaw
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LIST OF CROSSWORDS:

1.1 Colours
1.2 Sport and Leisure
1.3 Clothes and Accessories
1.4 Family
1.5 The Home
1.6 Appliances and Services
1.7 Time
1.8 Jobs and Work
1.9 Food
1.10 Shopping and Money
1.11 Documents and Texts
1.12 Body
1.13 Health
1.14 Buildings and Places We Live and Work
1.15 Travel and Transport
1.16 Communication, Culture and Entertainment
Word Index

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1.1 Colours

Across
4 ?? (6)
7 (4)

6 ?? (6)
8 (6)

8 (4)

1
9?? (3)
2

3 4 5

10 (5) 6 7

9
Down
1 (5)
10

2 (4)

3 (5)

5 (5)

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1.1 Colours—answers
1
G
2
R B
3 4 5
B Y E L L O W
R E U H
6 7
O R A N G E I
W R T
8
P I N K E E
U Y
9
R E D
P
10
B L A C K
E

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1.2 Sport and Leisure
1 2 3
Across
4 5 6 7
4 People read them (4)
5 See picture 11. (6)
8 Catching fish. (7)
10 You do it to get to the top of a 8 9
mountain. (5)
12 It's a place by the sea. There is
a lot of sand. (5) 10 11

14 See picture 12. (6) 12 13

16 You can swim in it. Rich people 14 15


have them in their houses or in
the garden. (4)
16 17 18
17 See picture 7. (10)
19 A colourful publication about
lifestyle, fashion, gossip, etc. (8) 19
20 It's a place in a city where there
are trees and alleys and
benches where people can sit 20
and relax. Sometimes you can
21
play tennis there as well. (4)
21 See picture 5. (8)

Down
1 See picture 1 (8)
2 See picture 3. (6)
3 See picture 10. (6) (1)
4 See picture 2. (4)
6 See picture 9. (4)
7 See picture 8. (10)
9 You do it in your free time because you like
it. (5)
11 See picture 4. (7)
(2)
13 You use it to take pictures. (6)
14 During this time you don't have to go to work
or to school. Many people go away -
sometimes to another country. (8) (3)
15 Sport shoes. (8)
16 When you have it, you invite your friends and
you dance, eat and drink and have a great
time. (5)
18 See picture 6. (7)

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1.2 Sport and Leisure

(5)

(9)

(6)
(10)

(7) (11)

(8) (12)

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1.2 Sport and Leisure—answers
1 2 3
F T R
4 5 6 7
B O O K E S K I I N G V
O O N D O O
A T N I L L
8 9
T B F I S H I N G F L
A S O G E
10 11
C L I M B B Y
12 13
L I B E A C H B
14 15
H O C K E Y A T A
O Y M R L
16 17 18
P O O L C B A S K E T B A L L
A I L K R I
19
R D E M A G A Z I N E
T A T E
20
Y Y I P A R K
21
S W I M M I N G S
G

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1.3 Clothes and Accessories
1 2 3
Across
4
1 See picture 1. (6)
2 See picture 8. (6) 5 6

5 See picture 4. (6)


7 See picture 3. (5) 7

8 See picture 22. (8) 8

9 See picture 6. (4) 9 10

11 See picture 11. (5) 11


13 See picture 13. (8)
12
15 See picture 15. (7)
13 14
17 See picutre 18. (3)
18 See picture 17. (5)
15 16

17
Down
1 See picture 2. (5)
3 See picture 9. (8) 18

4 See picture 10. (6)


5 See picture 5. (7)
6 See picture 21. (5)
9 See picture 7. (3)
10 See picture 14. (8) (4) (5)
11 See picture 12. (6)
12 See picture 19. (5)
14 See picture 20. (6)
(6)
16 See picture 16. (4)

(7) (8)

(1) (2)

(9)

(3)

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1.3 Clothes and Accessories

(10) (11)

(12)

(13) (14)

15)

(16) (17)

(18)

(19) (20)

(21)

(22)

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1.3 Clothes and Accessories—answers
1 2 3
J A C K E T W A L L E T
4
E R B
5 6
A S H O R T S O L
N W K U O
7
S H O E S I S U
8
A T R A I N E R S
9 10
B E L T U T R E
11
A E M P U R S E
12
G R B O S
13 14
R A I N C O A T H
E K I I
15 16
G L A S S E S G R
17
L U T H A T
A I T
18
T D R E S S

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1.4 Family
1
Across
4 When two people become husband and 2 3

wife. (8) 4

7 Little people. (8) 5


8 Your uncle's son. (6)
6 7
9 Your parents’ son. (7)
10 John married Mary. He is her
__________. (7) 8

13 Two people with the same parents, born


on the same day. (5)
9 10 11
15 Your mum and dad. (7)
12
16 Your brother's son. (6)
13 14

Down 15

1 Your sister's daughter. (5)


2 Your mother's mother. (11) 16

3 Two people with the same parents. (8)


5 You call him 'daddy'. (6)
6 Your mother's or your father's brother. (5)
11 Your mother's or your father's sister. (4)
12 Your parent's daughter. (6)
14 John married Mary. She is his _______. (4)

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1.4 Family—answers
1
N
2 3
G S I
4
R M A R R I A G E
5
F A B C
6 7
A N U C H I L D R E N
T D N I
8
H M C O U S I N
E O L G
9 10 11
B R O T H E R H U S B A N D
12
H S U
13 14
E I T W I N S
15
P A R E N T S I T
T F
16
N E P H E W
R

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1.5 The Home
1 2 3
Across
1 That's where you prepare your 4

food. (7)
4 You eat soup from it. (4) 5
5 When you're at home, it's under
6 7 8
your feet. (5)
6 It's in the door. You put your
key into it and turn it to open 9 10 11
the door. (4)
10 You put your dinner on it. (5)
12 13
11 You sit on it when you're having
breakfast. (5) 14 15

12 The room where you sleep. (7)


14 You sit on it when you watch 16 17
television. (4)
18
15 Smaller than a house. (4)
19 20
16 You can go upstairs from there.
(10)
18 That's where you live. (4)
19 People grow plants and 21 22
vegetables there. (6)
21 You cover yourself with it when
you're cold. (7) 17 You have it every morning after getting up
but before getting dressed. (6)
22 The very top part of a building. (4)
20 A kind of a table that you use for writing.
People put computers on them. (4)
Down
1 You use it to open the front door. (3)
2 You use it to dry yourself after taking a
shower. (5)
3 It's under your head when you're asleep in
your bed. (6)
4 A place where you keep your books. (9)
7 A cabinet where you keep your cups and
plates. (8)
8 Beds, chairs, tables, sofas, armchairs, etc.
(9)
9 You put it on an envelope when you send a
letter. (7)
12 You fill it with water and you get into it if you
want to wash. (4)
13 That's where you keep your car. (6)

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1.5 The Home—answers
1 2 3
K I T C H E N P
4
E O I B O W L
Y W L O
5
E F L O O R
6 7 8
L O C K O K F
U W S U
9 10 11
A P L A T E C H A I R
D B E N
12 13
B E D R O O M G L I
14 15
A R A S O F A F L A T
T E R R U
16 17
H S D O W N S T A I R S R
18
S G H O M E
19 20
G A R D E N O
E W
S E
21 22
B L A N K E T R O O F

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1.6 Appliances and Services
1 2
Across
2 You use it to make dinner. (6)
6 It cooks your food very quickly. (9) 3 4 5

8 People recorded music on them before 6


they had CDs. (8)
10 It gives you light. (4)
7 8
11 You can listen to it. There are many
stations you can choose from. (5) 9

12 You need it to cook and to heat your 10


house. (3)
11 12
13 You use it to boil water. (6)
14 You use it to dry and style your hair. (9)
13
16 You use it to destroy documents. (8)

Down 14 15

1 A type of a phone you can keep in your


pocket. (6)
16
2 You use it to take pictures. (6)
3 You put bread inside and it comes out warm
and crispy. (7)
4 It keeps you warm in winter. (7)
5 You watch it in your free time. (10)
7 You use it to keep your food fresh. (6)
8 A PC or an Apple Mac. (8)
9 It shows time. (5)
15 A disk that people record films on. (3)

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1.6 Appliances and Services—answers
1 2
M C O O K E R
O A
3 4 5
B M T H T
6
M I C R O W A V E O E E
L R A A L
7 8
E F C A S S E T T E
9
R C O T I V
10
I L A M P E N I
11 12
R A D I O P R G A S
G C U I
13
E K E T T L E O
E N
14 15
H A I R D R Y E R
V
16
S H R E D D E R

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1.7 Time
1
Across
2 The time when
you agreed to 2 3
meet
somebody. (11) 4

6 Happening 5
every seven
days. (6)
6
7 Sixty minutes.
(4) 7

8 The time when 8 9 10


you don't need
to go to work.
(8)
11 12 13
11 Today is
Monday. When
was Sunday? 14 15 16
(9)
17
15 For example:
21st March 18

2010 (4) 19 20
16 Sixty seconds.
(6)
21 22 23
19 The early part
of the day. (7)
20 It starts in
December and
lasts for three 24
months. (6)
21 A hundred years. (7) 12 When the afternoon is finished. (7)
23 The machine for measuring time. (5) 13 The later part of the day - after twelve
o'clock. (9)
24 Twenty-four hours from now. (8)
14 It starts in June and lasts for three months.
(6)
Down
15 A type of a calendar where you can write
1 Happening every month. (7)
things down. (5)
3 Twelve o'clock at night. (8)
17 Sixty of them make up a minute. (6)
4 The date on which you were born. You
18 Saturday and Sunday. (7)
celebrate it every year. (8)
22 Twelve months. (4)
5 Happening every day. (5)
9 It starts in September and lasts for three
months. (6)
10 It starts in March and lasts for three months.
(6)

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1.7 Time—answers
1
M
O
2 3
A P P O I N T M E N T
4
T I B
5
H D D I
L N A R
6
W E E K L Y I I T
7
G L H O U R
8 9 10
H O L I D A Y S D
T U P A
11 12 13
Y E S T E R D A Y
V U I F
14 15 16
S D A T E M I N U T E
17
S U I N N G E
18
E M A I R W
19 20
C M O R N I N G W I N T E R
O E Y G O E
21 22 23
C E N T U R Y C L O C K
D E N E
A N
24
T O M O R R O W D

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1.8 Jobs and Work
1 2
Across
3 4
4 You go to see
5 6 7
this person when
you're ill. (6)
5 Better than a 8 9

certificate (7) 10 11

8 This person
works on the
12 13
land. (6)
14 15
9 This person
16 17
creates pictures.
(7)
11 This person 18 19 20

drives a car, a
van or a lorry for
21 22 23 24
a living. (6)
12 The time when
you stop working 25 26 27 28

to have some
rest. (5)
29 30
14 If you don't do 31 32
your work well,
33 34 35
this person can
fire you. (4)
15 The people who 36

work for a
company. (5)
37 38
16 This person
39
works at the
front desk
greeting the visitors, answering phone calls,
and sorting out the mail. (12) 32 A visitor. (5)
18 This person takes photographs for a living. 34 Another word for a firm or a business. (7)
(12) 36 This person sings for a living. (6)
20 It's a place where people work - usually 37 You put it in an envelope and send it. (6)
sitting at their desks and using computers.
38 A person who is educated in technical things.
(6)
He knows a lot about constructing things,
21 When a businessman is a lady. (13) mechanical engines, etc. (8)
25 You go to see this person when you have a 39 If you have a business, this is a person who
toothache. (7) buys things from you. (8)
27 A job. (10)
29 A person you know from work. (9)
30 This person cleans flats and offices for a
living. (7)

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1.8 Jobs and Work
Down
1 This woman serves you in a restaurant. (8)
2 This person writes articles for a newspaper.
(10)
3 This person cuts, dyes and styles your hair.
(11)
6 You visit this place when you need to buy
medicine. (8)
7 Information which tells how to do something.
(12)
10 The thing you do for a living. (3)
13 The kind of clothes that some people
(policemen, soldiers, nurses, security guards,
etc.) need to wear at work. (7)
17 A place where you buy medicine. (7)
18 This person flies and airplane. (5)
19 This person's job is to show people around.
(5)
22 This person works for his/her boss,
answering calls, managing the bosses diary,
writing letters and emails, and doing admin.
(9)
23 This person performs on stage, in films, or on
television. (5)
24 More than a supervisor. (7)
26 This person works at school. (7)
28 This person's job is to score goals for his
team. (10)
30 A PC or a Mac. (8)
31 A client in a shop. (7)
33 This man serves you in a restaurant. (6)
35 This person looks after patients in a hospital.
(5)

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1.8 Jobs and Work—answers
1 2
W J
3 4
H A D O C T O R
5 6 7
D I P L O M A I I U
H I T N R
8 9
F A R M E R R S P A I N T E R
10 11
J R D R I V E R T A
O M R S R L
12 13
B R E A K E S U U I
14 15
C B O S S C N S T A F F
16 17
Y S R E C E P T I O N I S T
E H I F
18 19 20
P H O T O G R A P H E R O O F F I C E
I U M N R
21 22 23 24
L I B U S I N E S S W O M A N M
O D S E C A
25 26 27 28
T D E N T I S T O C C U P A T I O N F
E R O A O
29 30
C O L L E A G U E C L E A N E R G O
31 32
S C O T G U E S T
33 34 35
H W H C O M P A N Y N R B
O A E P R U A
36
P S I N G E R U Y R L
P T T S L
37 38
L E T T E R E N G I N E E R E
39
R R C U S T O M E R R

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1.9 Food
1
Across
1 A long, curved
fruit - yellow on 2 3
the outside,
white on the 4 5 6 7 8

inside (6)
2 Vegetarians
9
don't eat it. (4)
4 A red vegetable
- people make 10
ketchup out of
it. (6) 11 12

6 A kind of fruit 13
that people use
14 15 16
to make wine.
(6) 17

9 People use it to 18 19
make
sandwiches (5) 20 21 22 23

11 It's an orange 24

vegetable.
25 26
People eat it
with peas. (6)
13 It's lovely and 27 28
sweet - it can
29
be dark, milk or
white. You can
eat it or drink it
hot. (9) 30

14 It's round and


flat. People usually put tomato sauce, 27 It is like tea but it gives you more energy.
cheese, and various toppings on it. You can You can drink it black or with milk. (6)
order it and somebody will deliver it to your 29 People have it for breakfast. It is made of
home. (5) eggs. (8)
15 A bird that people like to eat. (7) 30 It's very healthy. It is made of vegetables or
17 It doesn't have a taste, it doesn't have colour, fruit. You can have it with your meal or on its
but people need to drink it to live. (5) own. (5)
18 On the table, it usually stands next to pepper
(4)
20 A little crispy cake. People have it with tea or
coffee. (7)
22 The fruit that Eve gave to Adam. (5)
24 It is made of fruit. People put it on bread. (3)
25 A very popular citrus fruit. People eat it raw
or make juice out of it. (6)

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1.9 Food

Down
1 It is made of cream and you put it on a slice
of bread. (6)
2 You get it from a cow. (4)
3 Two pieces of bread and something between
them. (8)
5 This vegetable makes people cry. (5)
7 People make chips out of it. (6)
8 You have it for dinner but you eat it with a
spoon. (4)
10 It's sweet and very cold. It is made of milk but
you don't drink it - you lick it. (8)
12 It's white. People in China and Japan eat a
lot of it. (4)
13 People in England eat them with fish. (5)
14 For example: spaghetti or penne. (5)
16 This is where a chicken comes from. (3)
19 Very sour, yellow fruit. Some people put it in
their tea. (5)
21 For example: Gouda, Edam (6)
23 On the table it usually stands next to salt. It is
very spicy. (6)
24 The 'water' inside fruit. (5)
26 It is sweet and you get one for your birthday
(4)
28 It lives in the water. People in England eat it
with chips. (4)
29 People use it to fry things. (3)

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1.9 Food—answers
1
B A N A N A
U
2 3
M E A T S
4 5 6 7 8
I T O M A T O G R A P E S
L E N N O O
9
K B R E A D I T U
W O A P
10
I N I T
11 12
C C A R R O T
13
C H O C O L A T E I
14 15 16
P I Z Z A H C H I C K E N
17
A I W A T E R E G
18 19
S A L T P E G
20 21 22 23
T E B I S C U I T A P P L E
24
A M H J A M E
25 26
O R A N G E C U P
N E A I P
27 28
S K C O F F E E
29
O M E L E T T E I R
I S
30
S A L A D H

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1.10 Shopping and Money
1
Across
4 The money in
your wallet. (4) 2 3

7 The currency in 4 5 6 7 8
the UK (5)
10 When the price
goes down 9
because there
is something
wrong with the 10
item. (8)
11 12
12 To give
something 13
back. (6)
14 15 16
13 A very big shop
17
where you pick
things you want 18 19
from a shelf
and put them in 20 21 22 23

your basket. 24
You pay for
them when you 25 26

leave. (11)
15 When you have
27 28
one hundred of
them, you have 29
a pound. (5)
17 You go there to
buy books. (8) 30

19 When you have


one hundred of them, you have a dollar. (4) money. (6)

20 When it's on, you can get things cheaper. (4) 5 If you have a shop, this is the person who
buys from you. (8)
21 You do it when you come into a shop, pick
something you like, pay for it and take it 6 Not open. (6)
home. (3) 8 When something costs a lot of money. (9)
9 A person who comes to a shop to buy stuff.
Down (7)
1 Not expensive (5) 10 The currency in the USA. (6)
2 This is what you do with your money when 11 If you are buying something that is fifteen
you buy things. (5) pounds and you give a twenty pound note -
3 A person who works in a shop is a shop this is the money you get back. (6)
________. (9) 14 The currency in Europe. (4)
4 You can use it to pay somebody. It's a piece 15 The amount of money you need to pay. (5)
of paper which says that you want your bank
to pay that person a certain amount of 16 How much you have to pay for something.
(4)

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17 A document that shows how much money
you need to pay. (4)
18 To give money in exchange for something.
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1 2
C S
3
H P A
4
E E C A S H
5 6
A C N C H S
7
P O U N D L E I
8
E S O Q S
9 10 11
X S T D I S C O U N T C
P H O O E E A H
E O M L D N A
12
N P E L R E T U R N
13 14
S U P E R M A R K E T G
15 16
I E R U P E N C E
V R R R O
17 18
E B O O K S H O P I S
19
I A C E N T
20 21
S A L E B U Y E
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1
Across
2 A type of bill that companies 2 3 4 5

send to each other. (7)


5 A list that tells you what you can
order in a restaurant. (4)
6 7
6 Better than a certificate. (7)
8 A colourful publication about
lifestyle, fashion, gossip, etc. (8) 8 9

10 A document that tells you how 10 11


much you have to pay. (4)
12
12 You send it out to friends and
family before Christmas, when 13 14 15
they have a birthday or if there
16
is a special occasion. (4)
13 You put it in an envelope and 17

send it. (6)


17 A document that shows how
18
much you have paid for
something. (7)
18 A document you get when you 19
have finished a course or
passed and exam. (11)
19 You get it from a newsagent to
read about the news. (9) countries. To get into these countries a
passport is not enough.
Down
1 A message sent via the internet. (5)
3 A piece of paper with some information. (4)
4 If you have it – you will get money if
something bad happens to you. (9)
7 You get it from your doctor and you take it to
a pharmacy to get your medicine. (12)
8 Information that you leave for a person you
can't contact now. (7)
9 A document which you have to fill in with
information about yourself. (4)
11 A document that says that you are allowed to
do something (for example drive a car). (7)
14 You need one to travel on a train or to go and
see a concert. (6)
15 A document you need to go from one country
to another. (8)
16 A document you need to get into some

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1
E
2 3 4 5
I N V O I C E M E N U
O N A
T S I
6 7
E U D I P L O M A
R R
8 9
M A G A Z I N E F
10 11
E N S O B I L L
12
S C C A R D I
13 14 15
S L E T T E R M C P
16
A I I V E A
17
G R E C E I P T I N S
E K T S C
S S
18
C E R T I F I C A T E P
T O O
19
N E W S P A P E R
T

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1.12 Body
Across 1 2

2 Your mouth has two of


3
them. (3)
4 It's above your hips. You 4 5 6
wear your belt there. (5)
5 You can wear a ring on it.
(6)
7 It has four fingers and 7
one thumb. (4)
8 They are in your mouth 8 9 10
and you brush them twice
a day. (5)
11 It covers your body. (4)
11 12 13 14
12 When you wash it, you
usually use shampoo and
15
conditioner. (4)
14 People normally have 16 17 18
two of them. They use
them to see things. (3)
16 The finger that is different
from the other four. (5) 19
18 The things at the end of
people's fingers and toes. 20
Elegant women colour
them with varnish. (4)
19 You can see it moving when you breathe. (5)
you have on your foot? (3)
20 It's between your head and your shoulders.
13 People normally have two of them. You will
(4)
use them if you want to give somebody a
hug. (3)
Down
15 Because of it, your leg is able to bend. (4)
1 It is inside your head. You use it to think. (5)
17 Not front. (4)
2 People normally have two of them. They use
them to walk. (3)
3 An organ in your belly. All the food that you
eat goes there. (7)
5 The thing at the end of your leg. (4)
6 It's in the middle of your face. You use it to
smell things. (4)
7 The things between your belly and your legs.
They move when you walk.(4)
9 You have two of them. You use them to listen
to things. (3)
10 You have fingers on your hand. But what do

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1 2
B L I P
3
R S E
4 5 6
W A I S T F I N G E R
I O O O
7
H A N D M O S
8 9 10
I A T E E T H
P C A O
11 12 13 14
S K I N H A I R E Y E
15
R K
16 17 18
T H U M B N A I L
A E
19
C H E S T
20
N E C K

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1.13 Health
1 2 3
Across
1 You get it when 4

you touch 5
something very
hot. (4) 6 7

5 Not living. (4) 8 9

6 People need 10 11 12
eight hours of it
13 14 15
every night to
have energy
during the day.
(5) 16

8 Not well. (4) 17 18

9 You can do it 19 20
with something
sharp. If it
happens, your 21
skin is broken
and you bleed. 22 23

(3) 24 25
13 You go to see
this person
when you have 26 27
a toothache. (7)
15 Not safe. (9)
28
16 You go there to
see your 29

doctor. (7)
17 If you have it,
you will need a Down
lot of tissues. (7)
1 It happens when you fall over and a bone
20 Not well. (3) that was in one piece is now in two pieces.
21 They put it on your arm if it's broken. (7) (5)
22 You use it every day to clean your teeth. (10) 2 This person looks after people in a hospital.
(5)
24 The car that takes people to hospital when
they are very ill and need to get there very 3 Very high temperature (5)
quickly. (9) 4 A purple mark on you skin. You get it when
26 The time when you are going to see your you hit yourself. (6)
doctor. (11) 5 The person you go to see when you're ill. (6)
27 When something is painful. (4) 7 You feel it when something hurts. (4)
28 When you're not doing anything - just waiting 10 You get it from your doctor and you take it to
to get your energy back. (4) the pharmacy to get medicine. (12)
29 Your 'first contact' doctor. (2) 11 You take it when you're ill to get better. (8)

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12 You do this a lot if you have a cold or if you
are a smoker. (5)
14 When you feel this way, you need a rest. (5)
18 Something bad and unexpected. For
example a car crash. (8)
19 The red liquid inside of you. (5)
20 If you have it – you will get money if
something bad happens to you. (9)
21 The place you go to get medicine. (8)
23 People go there when they're very ill. (8)
25 Material you put on the wound or a cut to
keep it clean. (7)
27 Your ears do it. (4)

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1 2 3
B U R N F
4
B R U E
5
R E R V D E A D
6 7
U A S L E E P O
8 9
S I C K E R A C U T
10 11 12
P S I M T C
13 14 15
R D E N T I S T D A N G E R O U S O
E I D R U
16
S U R G E R Y I G
17 18
C E C A T A R R H
19 20
R B D I L L I C
I L N N C
21
P O S P L A S T E R I
22 23
T O O T H B R U S H D
24 25
I D O R A M B U L A N C E
O S A R A N
26 27
N A P P O I N T M E N T H U R T
I C A D E
28
R E S T E C A A
29
A Y G P R
L E

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1 2 3 4 5
Across
6
1 A very big and
old church. (9) 7

4 You go there 8 9
to watch
10 11
football and
other games.
(7) 12 13

7 For example: 14
the Thames,
the Nile, the 15 16 17

Amazon, etc.
(5)
18 19 20
8 You should
use it if you
want to get 21 22 23
from one side
24 25 26 27
of the street to
another. (8) 28

10 You use it if 29
you are in a
30 31
tall building
and you don't
want to climb 32
the stairs. (4)
33 34
11 You go there
to buy things.
(4) 35

12 You use it if 36
you want to
get out of a
building. (4)
29 A place in a city where you can see wild
13 You go there if you want to watch a play. (7) animals and they won't hurt you. (3)
16 You go there to see very old, valuable and 30 It's a place where people work - usually
interesting things. (6) sitting at their desks and using computers.
17 People go there when they are seriously ill. (6)
(8) 31 You go there to buy a newspaper. (9)
19 You go there to have a meal. When you are 32 People live there but it's smaller than a
on holiday or when you don't fancy cooking. house. (9)
(10)
33 A place in a city where you can go for a walk
21 A big and old building with high walls around among the trees, sit on a bench and relax.
it. Kings and lords used to live in them. (6) Sometimes you can also play tennis there.
24 You use it to get into a building. (8) (4)
28 It's a place where people grow things like 34 People go there in the evenings to dance and
wheat, corn or potatoes and keep animals have a nice time. (4)
like cows, pigs or sheep. (4) 35 It has walls, windows, doors, and a roof. (8)

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36It's like a town but much smaller. (7)

Down
1 For example London, New York,
Birmingham, Paris. (4)
2 You book a room there when you are on
holiday. (5)
3 This is a place where your can borrow books
from for free. (7)
5 You go there to catch a plane. (7)
6 They keep your money safe. (4)
9 For example: Tesco, Asda, Walmart. (11)
11 You go there to catch a train. (7)
14 Cars and buses use them to travel from one
place to another. There are usually
pavements on either side of them for people
to walk on. (6)
15 People go there to pray. (6)
18 You go there to watch a movie. (6)
20 It is like a city but smaller. (4)
22 Children go there to learn. (6)
23 Young people go there to study. (7)
25 A type of a road, where traffic goes in a circle
(10)
26 A place where two roads cross. (10)
27 An apartment. (4)
28 It's a place where people work producing
(making) things. (7)
34 You can go there and have a fried breakfast
and a cup of tea. (4)

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1 2 3 4 5
C A T H E D R A L S T A D I U M
6
I O I B I
7
T T B A R I V E R
8 9
Y E C R O S S I N G P
10 11
L I F T A U K O S H O P
R P R T
12 13
Y E X I T T H E A T R E
14
S R T
15 16 17
C T M U S E U M H O S P I T A L
H R A O
18 19 20
U E C R E S T A U R A N T
R E I K O
21 22 23
C A S T L E N E W C
24 25 26 27
H C E N T R A N C E O F
28
H F A R M O R L L
29
Z O O A A U O L A
30 31
O F F I C E N E W S A G E N T
L T D S G
32
O A P A R T M E N T
33 34
P A R K C L U B O
Y A O A
35
F B U I L D I N G
36
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1 2 3 4 5
Across
1 You go there to
catch a plane. 6
(7)
7
5 Not near. (3)
8
6 You need to
buy it if you 9
want to travel
10
by train, bus,
tram or an
airplane. (6)
11 12 13 14
7 If you have a
car and you
want to use it,
15 16 17
you need a
__________
license. (7)
18
9 A document
that you need if 19 20

you want to go
to another
country. (8) 21 22 23

11 This is what 24
you're standing
25 26
on when you're
waiting for a
train. (8)
27
13 This is what
happens when
a train, bus or
an airplane is not on time. (5) 3 This is what you are if your are on holidays.
15 You need it to travel on the water. (4) (7)
16 You use it to get from one side of a river to 4 It's a flying machine but it's not an airplane.
another. (6) Police use them a lot. (10)
18 It's made of rubber and you put it on a wheel 5 Your journey by plane. (6)
of a car. (4) 6 A small train that travels down the middle of
19 A very wide road, for people who need to the street. (4)
travel fast. (8) 8 The bags and suitcases that you travel with.
22 A 'doctor' for your car. (8) (7)
25 This is what you are if you're travelling by car 9 The person who flies the airplane. (5)
but you're not the driver. (9) 10 A type of a bus that travels long distances.
27 To fix something that was broken. (6) (5)
11 If you don't put it in your car, it won't start. (6)
Down 12 You need it if you get lost. (3)
2 To come back. (6) 14 The car that takes you to the hospital. (9)

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17 A 'home' for your car. (6)
20 If you need a taxi, you can usually find them
at a taxi ________. (4)
21 A very big car for carrying people. It runs in
cities and you need to buy a ticket if you want
to travel. (3)
23 The machine inside your car that makes it
work. (6)
24 A very big car for carrying things (not people)
(5)
26 A very big boat. (4)

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1 2 3 4 5
A I R P O R T H F A R
E O E L
6
T I C K E T U L I
7
R U D R I V I N G
8
A R I C H L
9
M N P A S S P O R T U
10
C I T P G
O L T G
11 12 13 14
P L A T F O R M D E L A Y A
E C T A R M G
15 16 17
B O A T H P B R I D G E
R U A
18
O L T Y R E
19 20
L M O T O R W A Y A
A N G
21 22 23
B M E C H A N I C E
24
L U N K E
25 26
O P A S S E N G E R
R H I
27
R E P A I R N
Y P E

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1 2
Across
1 You go there to 3 4 5

see very old, 6


interesting and
valuable things. 7 8

(6) 9
3 You go there to
10
watch a movie.
(6)
6 To go 'ha, ha, 11 12 13
ha'. (5)
7 A group of
people who 14 15 16
play music
17
together. For
example: The 18
Beatles. (4)
9 A type of a
telephone that 19 20 21

you can keep in 22


your pocket. (6)
10 A picture you
make with 23
crayons or a
24 25
pencil. (7)
11 People used
them to listen 26
to music,
before they had 27

CDs. (7)
12 You go to a gallery or a museum to see it. 27 You use it to take pictures. (6)
(10)
16 You go there to see a band play live. (7) Down
17 A kind of theatre where actors sing. (5) 1 Classical, Pop or Jazz. (5)
18 You can see it in a cinema, on TV or on 2 A colourful publication about lifestyle,
DVD. (4) fashion, gossip, etc. (8)
19 A kind of a musical instrument with strings. 4 A message that you send using your
Eric Clapton plays it very well. (6) computer. (5)
22 His job is to take pictures. (12) 5 Something that tries to get you to buy
23 A little animal or a part of your computer. (5) something. (13)
24 This person's job is to write articles for 8 People go to a disco to do it. (5)
newspapers or magazines. (10) 11 You have it when you talk with somebody.
26 For example: The Times, The Wall Street (12)
Journal, The Sun. (9) 13 A story written on very many pages. (4)

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14 Something you enter to win prizes. (11)
15 The author of a book. (6)
19 More than three people in one place. (5)
20 The World Wide Web. (8)
21 For example: paintings, sculpture. (3)
22 For example: Picasso or Leonardo Da Vinci.
(7)
25 You go to a theatre to see it. For example:
Hamlet. (4)

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1 2
M U S E U M
3 4 5
U A C I N E M A
6
S L A U G H M D
7 8
I A B A N D A V
9
C Z A M O B I L E
10
D R A W I N G N L R
N C T
11 12 13
C A S S E T E E X H I B I T I O N
O O S
14 15 16
N C W C O N C E R T
17
V O P E R A K M
18
E F I L M I E
R P T N
19 20 21
S E E G U I T A R
22
A P H O T O G R A P H E R N R
T A I O T T
23
I I T M O U S E
24 25
J O U R N A L I S T P P R
N T O L N
26
E N E W S P A P E R E
27
C A M E R A Y T

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WORD INDEX
businesswoman 1.8
A. butter 1.9
D.
accident 1.13 buy 1.10 daily 1.7
actor 1.8 dance 1.16
address 1.5 dangerous 1.13
advertisement 1.16 date 1.7
afternoon 1.7
C. dead 1.13
airport 1.14, 1.15 café 1.14 delay 1.15
ambulance 1.13, 1.15 cake 1.9 dentist 1.8, 1.13
apartment 1.14 camera 1.2, 1.6, 1.16 desk 1.5
apple 1.9 card 1.11 diary 1.7
appointment 1.7, 1.13 carrot 1.9 diploma 1.8, 1.11
arm 1.12 cash 1.10 discount 1.10.
art 1.16 cassette 1.6, 1.16 doctor 1.8, 1.13
assistant 1.10 castle 1.14 dollar 1.10
aunt 1.4 catarrh 1.13 downstairs 1.5
autumn 1.7 cathedral 1.14 drawing 1.16
cent 1.10 dress 1.3
century 1.7 driver 1.8
certificate 1.11
B. chair 1.5
driving 1.15
back 1.12 DVD 1.6
change 1.10
bag 1.3 cheap 1.10
banana 1.9 chemist 1.8
band 1.16 cheque 1.10
E.
bandage 1.13 cheese 1.9 ear 1.12
bank 1.14 chest 1.12 egg 1.9
basketball 1.2 chicken 1.9 email 1.11, 1.16
bath 1.5 children 1.4 engine 1.15
beach 1.2 chips 1.9 engineer 1.8
bedroom 1.5 chocolate 1.9 entrance 1.14
belt 1.3 church 1.14. Euro 1.10
bicycle 1.2 cinema 1.14, 1.16 evening 1.7
bill 1.10, 1.11 city 1.14 exhibition 1.16
birthday 1.7 cleaner 1.8 exit 1.14
biscuit 1.9 climb 1.2 expensive 1.10
black 1.1 clock 1.6, 1.7 eye 1.12
blanket 1.5 closed 1.10
blood 1.13 club 1.14
blouse 1.3 coach 1.15 F.
blue 1.1 coffee 1.9 factory 1.14
boat 1.2, 1.15 college 1.8, 1.14 farm 1.14., 1.15
book 1.2, 1.16 company 1.8 farmer 1.8
bookshelf 1.5 competition 1.16 father 1.4
bookshop 1.10 computer 1.6 fever 1.13
boss 1.8 computer 1.8 film 1.16
bowl 1.5 concert 1.16 finger 1.12
brain 1.12 conversation 1.16 fish 1.9
bread 1.9 cooker 1.6 fishing 1.2
break 1.8, 1.13 cost 1.10 flat 1.5, 1.14
bridge 1.15 cough 1.13 flight 1.15
brother 1.4 cousin 1.4 floor 1.5
brown 1.1 crossing 1.14 foot 1.12
bruise 1.13 crossroads 1.14 football 1.2
building 1.14 cupboard 1.5 footballer 1.8
burn 1.13 customer 1.8, 1.10 form 1.11
bus 1.15 cut1.13 fridge 1.6

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furniture 1.5 jeans 1.3 newsagent 1.14


job 1.8 newspaper 1.11, 1.16
journalist 1.8, 1.16 niece 1.4
G. juice 1.9 nose 1.12.
garage 1.5, 1.15 note 1.11.
garden 1.5 nurse 1.8, 1.13
gas 1.6 K.
glasses 1.3 kettle 1.6
golf 1.2 key 1.5 O.
GP 1.13 kitchen 1.5 occupation 1.8
grandmother 1.4 knee 1.12 office 1.8, 1.14
grapes 1.9 oil 1.9
green 1.1 omelette 1.9
grey 1.1 L. onion 1.9
group 1.16 lamp 1.6 opera 1.16
guest 1.8 laugh 1.16 orange (colour) 1.1
guide 1.8 leg 1.12 orange (fruit) 1.9
guitar 1.16 lemon 1.9
letter 1.8, 1.11
library 1.14 P.
H. license 1.11 pain 1.13
hair 1.12 lift 1.14 painter 1.8, 1.16
hairdresser 1.8 lip 1.12 parents 1.4
hairdryer 1.6 lock 1.5 park 1.2, 1.14
hand 1.12 lorry 1.15 party 1.2
hat 1.3 luggage 1.15 passenger 1.15
hear 1.13 passport 1.11, 1.15
heating 1.6 pasta 1.9
helicopter 1.15 M. pay 1.10
hips 1.12 magazine 1.2, 1.11, 1.16 pence 1.10
hobby 1.2 manager 1.8 pepper 1.9
hockey 1.2 map 1.15 prescription 1.11, 1.13
holidays 1.2 marriage 1.4 petrol 1.15
holidays 1.7 meat 1.9 pharmacy 1.8, 1.13
home 1.5 mechanic 1.15 photographer 1.8, 1.16
hospital 1.13 medicine 1.13 pillow 1.5
hospital 1.14 menu 1.11 pilot 1.8, 1.15
hotel 1.14 message 1.11 pink 1.1
hour 1.7 microwave 1.6 pizza 1.9
hurt 1.13 midnight 1.7 plaster 1.13
husband 1.4 milk 1.9 plate 1.5
minute 1.7 platform 1.15
mobile 1.6, 1.16 play 1.16
I. monthly 1.7 pocket 1.3
ice-cream 1.9 morning 1.7 pool 1.2
ill 1.13 motorway 1.15 potato 1.9
instructions 1.8 mouse 1.16 pound 1.10
insurance 1.11, 1.13 museum 1.14, 1.16 price 1.10
internet 1.16 music 1.16 purple 1.1
invoice 1.11 purse 1.3

N.
J. nail 1.12 R.
jacket 1.3 neck 1.12 radio 1.6
jam 1.9 nephew 1.4 raincoat 1.3
rank 1.15
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receipt 1.11
receptionist 1.8
T. Z.
red 1.1 teacher 1.8 zoo 1.14
repair 1.15 teeth 1.12
rest 1.13 television 1.6
restaurant 1.14 tennis 1.2
return 1.10, 1.15 theatre 1.14
rice 1.9 thumb1.12
riding 1.2 ticket 1.11, 1.15
river 1.14 tights 1.3
roof 1.5 tired 1.13
roundabout 1.14 toaster 1.6
toe 1.12
tomato 1.9
tomorrow 1.7
S. toothbrush 1.13
salad 1.9 tourist 1.15
sale 1.10 towel 1.5
salt 1.9 town 1.14
sandwich 1.9 trainers 1.2, 1.3
school 1.14 tram 1.15
second 1.7 trousers 1.3
secretary 1.8 twins 1.4
ship 1.15 tyre 1.15
shirt 1.3
shoes 1.3
shop 1.14
shopper 1.8, 1.10
U.
shorts 1.3 umbrella 1.3
shower 1.5 uncle 1.4
shredder 1.6 uniform 1.8
siblings 1.4
sick 1.13
singer 1.8 V.
sister 1.4 village 1.14
skating 1.2 visa 1.11
skiing 1.2 volleyball 1.2
skin 1.12
skirt 1.3
sleep 1.13 W.
sofa 1.5 waist 1.12
soup 1.9 waiter 1.8
spend 1.10 waitress 1.8
spring 1.7 wallet 1.3
stadium 1.14 water 1.9
staff 1.8 weekend 1.7
station 1.14 weekly 1.7
stomach 1.12 white 1.1
street 1.14 wife 1.4
suit 1.3 winter 1.7
summer 1.7 writer 1.16
supermarket 1.10, 1.14
surgery 1.13
sweater 1.3 Y.
swimming 1.2 year 1.7
yellow1.1
yesterday 1.7
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Vocabulary Revision for Cambridge Key
English Test
A great resource for both students and teachers. Crosswords 1 contains exer-
cises covering all of the topics listed in the Key English Test (KET) curriculum.

♦ Colours
♦ Sport and Leisure
♦ Clothes and Accessories
♦ Family
♦ The Home
♦ Appliances and Services
♦ Time
♦ Jobs and Work
♦ Food
♦ Shopping and Money
♦ Documents and Texts
♦ Body
♦ Health
♦ Buildings and Places We Live and Work
♦ Travel and Transport
♦ Communication, Culture and Entertainment

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Vocabulary Revision for Cambridge Preliminary English Test

WRITTEN, COMPLIED, AND EDITED BY

Monica Thomas (B.A. Hons)

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