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A Snack Between Meals - October 17, 2016Paid LessonLesson Collection #4 - Lesson 18b
This is a very short and sweet lesson that is always popular with students of almost every English ability. There are 20 common expressions on this worksheet, each presented as a puzzle such as generation gap, Railroad Crossing and Fall In Love.
To decipher these puzzles, pairs or groups of students have to look at the placement, size and position of the letters and/or words. For example, here's the puzzle for Fall In Love.
Notice how the word Fall is set directly in the middle of the word Lo ve? Fall is in the middle of Love so the answer to this puzzle is: Fall In Love.
Here's a tricky one:
The letter L is ON the letter D and the letter D is ON the word BRIDGE thus L on D on BRIDGE which comes to: LONDON BRIDGE. Cute, huh?
There is a similar worksheet. It is:
Once Upon A Time (Lesson 18a above).
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