Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Online Crossword Puzzles
We've compiled a list of crossword puzzles for those of you who like to play games in English.
The human body: From the BBC "Learning English" web site. You can send them an email and request a crossword puzzle based on a theme you like, too!
Past tense verbs: Practice the past tense of common verbs. There are plenty more on this site, like Animal sounds.
Or try something a bit more challenging, like Phrases with Make or Collective Nouns.
Maybe you are into something Business related? Or short but difficult?
Want to try an authentic crossword puzzle (one made for English speakers and not students)? Here's the Washington Post's, USA Today's, and Newsday's.
Maybe a designer crossword? Here's one which features clues Martha Stewart wrote.
Or something that can satisfy not only your love of words but also your soul?
If you are serious about crossword puzzle solving, you may need a crossword dictionary. At the very least you could use an online dictionary to help out with those clues you don't know the answer to.
Once you get good at the puzzles, why not try and create a few of your own?
This crossword puzzle creator is user-friendly and free! This one allows you to save PDF files of your creation (you have to register to the site). Here is another.
Have fun exploring these sites. Happy "puzzling"!