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Halloween - Vocabulary For Talking About Halloween

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The purpose of these word search puzzles are to expose Indian colleagues to vocabulary and idioms used by Americans while making small talk. Sometimes the Indian English terms are different than what …

The purpose of these word search puzzles are to expose Indian colleagues to vocabulary and idioms used by Americans while making small talk. Sometimes the Indian English terms are different than what US Americans use. These worksheets are a fun way to expose yourself to new vocabulary and remember it through hands-on activities.

Contact Jennifer Kumar, creator of this puzzle for more information on US Cross Cultural Training Programs delivered by an American living in Kochi.

Click here to contact Jennifer. http://authenticjourneys.info/contact-jennifer-kumar.php

Feel free to reuse these worksheets, reprinted as is. Do not remove logos or any text.

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  • 1. authenticjourneys@gmail.com http://authenticjourneys.info HALLOWEEN - WORD SEARCH X R K N V X Y A J K X I W N V U B E L M R C B L A C K C A T J X L K O D X E A E E Q S T V Y J T A F I C J T T N P R I N C E S S C N O U T G A N D X P C F P J M K R S O E O E E A Y Q K D K I S A O C Y S Z B W R L O S B V Q W N C B W U A T E P T O U C W T N D Y S U O E H H R W R K S Z D S O D P G H I M G G J Z O C S Y U R N L P D U W U H I J H K A D G A A K O E H R U T O L X C C J D N C G G T N B Q Q S S H K T I Q G X G S N W N U P X O T S G I R E R P Y U S V S T H C C G A F W T T N F A Y I Q W B E O U R L P O E I J H K D M M I O O R W O F M S U P E R H E R O Z O E L N L T SOME CLUES IN PICTURES:
  • 2. authenticjourneys@gmail.com http://authenticjourneys.info HALLOWEEN - WORD SEARCH CLUES:  People dress up in these. In India, it’s called ‘fancy dress’.  Spirit of a dead person.  A kind of sweet treat that is shaped like a triangle, is yellow, white, and orange.  She is a mean, old woman who rides a broom and has a feline. She makes potions.  We want to avoid seeing this color feline as it is considered bad luck. (Two words.)  What we call a carved pumpkin with a lit candle inside.  Halloween falls on the last day of this month every year.  This bird stays up at night, is known by Americans to be wise, and says “WHO WHO”.  What kids say when they come to a door to greet someone on Halloween (and get candy).  This is a light we use at night to help us see in the dark. In India, it’s called a torch. It has a different name in the U.S.  A dark building one walks through where there are skeletons, mummies and scary things.  Sweet treats given during this holiday. This is known as chocolates in India, but known as something else in the U.S.  Superman is a _____ _____. Boys like to dress up like a ______ _____ for Halloween. (Two words.)  Girls like to dress up like a ___________. Some examples are Cinderella, Jasmine, and other characters from Disney cartoons.  These are the colors of Halloween.  What a ghost says. WORD BANK: BLACK AND ORANGE JACK O LANTERN BLACK CAT OCTOBER BOO OWL CANDY HAUNTED HOUSE CANDY CORN PRINCESS COSTUME SUPERHERO FLASHLIGHT TRICK OR TREAT GHOST WITCH The purpose of these word search puzzles are to expose Indian colleagues to vocabulary and idioms used by Americans while making small talk. Read more here about a simple small talk formula to interact with US clients. More tips on questions and answers used in small talk here. Contact Jennifer Kumar, creator of this puzzle for more information on US Cross Cultural Training Programs delivered by an American living in Kochi. Click here to contact Jennifer. Feel free to reuse these worksheets, reprinted as is. Do not remove logos or any text.

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