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Taking a Trip - Cross Out Puzzle Three

Materials Designed to Build Vocabulary - For English as a Second Language Students and Teachers

by Sally Jennings


Instructions: Cross out (put a line through) the words in the diagram in the order of the numbered instructions below. You will be left with a proverb, when remaining words are read left to right, top to bottom.


A
B
C
D
E
F
1
SUITCASE
BOAT
A
WING
FROM
ZERO
2
JOURNEY
BOARDING
PASS
INCH
OF
SHIP
DUFFEL
3
FOR
TWENTY
TRACK
VALISE
THE
LANDING
CARD
4
CANOE
A
TAIL
CENTIMETER
EIGHTY
CONDUCTOR
5
COCKPIT
TRUNK
KAYAK
THOUSAND
HEATHROW
DINGHY
6
PASSPORT
FOOT
SCHIPHOL
LOCOMOTIVE
CABIN
LA GUARDIA
7
MILES
HATCH
BEGINS
CARRY-ON
ABOVE
PORTER
8
ORLY
RAFT
NARITA
HONG KONG
VISA
METER
9
THE
GARMENT
BAG
AROUND
SEVENTY
ENGINE
WITH
10
KILOMETER
PERMIT
ARRIVE
DEPART
TUG
TICKET
11
NINETY
RESERVE
BACKPACK
THE
ONE
PAY
12
INCHEON
STEP
STUB
DIESEL
AGAINST
CABOOSE

CROSS OUT:
  1. Paper documents for travel.
  2. Numbers smaller than 100 containing a zero.
  3. Watercraft.
  4. Airplane parts in Lines 1-8.
  5. Articles beginning with "T" used as determiners.
  6. Words connected with trains in Columns C, D, E, F.
  7. Units of measurement in lines 2, 4, 6, 8, 10.
  8. Luggage.
  9. Prepositions beginning with "F" or "A."
  10. Verbs used on a schedule, Lines 10, 11.
  11. Airports.
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