El rincón de los pasatiempos de Betty: Acertijos y crucigramas

Dear fellow fans of quizzes and riddles,

On this page, I have collected some riddles for you, for example clozes, rhymes and more! Of course all are made for you to have fun while practising English! Simply click on the images to download the riddles.

 

Best wishes, Betty

Crossword of the month

Crossword: North Pole

Who lives at the North Pole?
Can you solve the crossword?

Hint: Learn more about sled dogs in Uncle Godfrey’s short story “Uncle Godfrey’s Trip to Alaska”

By the way: In Morty’s Craft Corner you can find an easy tutorial for making your very own snow globe!

Crossword

Crossword: Jungle

Learn jungle vocabulary with this crossword. We also found a funny jungle limerick for you.

(A limerick is a special form of poem with a funny ending in most cases.)

Hint: You can find the vocabulary for this crossword also in our short story
“Uncle Godfrey’s jungle adventure”

By the way: You can find a tutorial to create your own jungle snake in Morty’s Craft Corner.

Cloze

Cloze:
Autumn

With this cloze, you
can practise your
autumn vocaublary.

Cloze: Christmas

Morty and Rachel talk about different Christmas traditions in the Middle Ages and the present day.

Hint: If you’d like to learn more about daily life in the Middle Ages in Ivybridge, then you might enjoy our short story
„Morty’s Birthday Party”

 

Cloze:
Around Europe

Learn something
about the countries
of Europe.

Rhymes, Riddles and Tongue Twisters

What is it?
You can find the answers to these
questions below.

A.) What starts with a ‘P’, ends with an ‘E’
and has thousands of letters?

B.) What begins with T, ends with T
and has T in it?

C.) What has to be broken before
you can use it?

What is it?

Tubby
It floats about quite tubbily
lucent, light and coloured lovely.
Brought to life by breeze or breath
Its short-lived belly will be its death.

Vocabulary:
tubby = round, chubby
lucent = something you can see through
breeze = a faint wind

Togue Twister Time!
Can you read this little story
out loud without mistakes?

Peter Piper picked a peck
of pickled peppers.
A peck of pickled peppers
Peter Piper picked.
If Peter Piper picked a peck
of pickled peppers
How many pickled peppers
did Peter Piper pick?

—- Solutions —-

Answer A

The post office.

Answer B

A teapot.

Answer C

An egg.

Answer Tubby

A soap bubble.