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Across
  1. 3. To persuade another person to act in a certain way.
  2. 5. Of, in or from a country or an area other than one's own.
  3. 6. To say or show that one is unwilling to give, accept or do something.
  4. 7. Showing too much pride in oneself and too little consideration for others.
  5. 9. The direction in which the sun sets.
  6. 10. A young cat
  7. 13. A device we hold over our heads to protect ourselves from rain.
  8. 14. A person walking in the street, not somebody in a vehicle.
  9. 20. A small rise in the land. It is similar to a mountain, but smaller.
  10. 22. To put somebody/something into working order, to arrange parts, people, etc into an efficient system.
  11. 23. The work that a student is required to do in the house.
  12. 28. A film or radio or television programme giving facts about something especially animals.
  13. 30. The sports of fighting with swords.
  14. 31. Not graceful in movement, awkward.
  15. 33. Having a lot of money or property, wealthy.
  16. 36. A person that one does not know or who is not familiar to one.
  17. 37. Unable to hear at all or to hear well.
  18. 39. A bird's house
  19. 42. A large area of land that has very little water and very few plants growing on it.
  20. 43. Not difficult
  21. 44. Any type of drink except water.
  22. 45. A large covered area that contains many different shops.
  23. 48. To treat things that have already been used so that they can be used again.
  24. 49. A state of fighting between nations or groups within a nation using military force.
  25. 52. The release of harmful substances into the air or water.
  26. 53. The sea in the south of Turkey.
  27. 54. To be of the same opinion.
  28. 55. A process of burning that produces light and heat and often smoke and flames.
  29. 56. Feeling shy, ashamed or guilty about something.
  30. 58. The natural environment of an animal or a plant.
  31. 59. The author of the book series Harry Potter
  32. 60. Any of the long stiff hairs that grow near the mouth of some animals.
  33. 61. A sentence that asks for information.
  34. 63. A spoken or written request to go somewhere.
  35. 66. The largest continent of the world.
  36. 67. A person who cuts and sells meat.
  37. 68. Causing great interest or enthusiasm.
  38. 69. The smallest planet of the solar system.
  39. 71. To give goods in exchange for money.
Down
  1. 1. The regular pattern of weather conditions.
  2. 2. An activity that involves breaking the law.
  3. 3. An animal that eats meat.
  4. 4. Important
  5. 8. An area of land, and the buildings on it, used for growing crops or keeping animals.
  6. 11. A conversation in which a journalist puts questions to someone such as a famous person or politician.
  7. 12. To change something spoken or especially written into another language.
  8. 15. An idea or plan put forward for someone to think about.
  9. 16. To find or learn about a place, object, etc for the first time.
  10. 17. A celestial body moving in an elliptical orbit round a star.
  11. 18. Moving fast or doing something in a short time.
  12. 19. An unusual, exciting or dangerous experience.
  13. 21. To converse with a salesperson, negotiating a lower price.
  14. 24. Causing amusement or laughter.
  15. 25. Holding attention, causing curiosity.
  16. 26. A person who is invited to visit one's house.
  17. 27. Success in a war, contest, game, etc.
  18. 29. A pair of covering made of leather, wool, etc for the hand, usually with separate parts for each finger and the thumb.
  19. 32. A public notice offering or asking for goods, services etc.
  20. 34. warm.
  21. 35. A violent storm with very strong winds, especially in the western Atlantic Ocean.
  22. 38. An open area with swings, rides, etc. for people to have fun.
  23. 40. A person between thirteen and nineteen years old.
  24. 41. Of excellent ability or quality.
  25. 42. The process of cutting down or burning a forest.
  26. 43. A person who travels into or around a country in order to learn about it.
  27. 44. A thick woollen covering used, especially on beds, for keeping
  28. 46. A sport done on a type of shoe with small wheels fitted to the bottom.
  29. 47. The day before today.
  30. 50. Thinking first of one's own interests, needs, etc without concern for others, not sharing what one has with others.
  31. 51. The highest level of educational institution, in which students study for degrees and academic research is done.
  32. 57. A line of hair growing on a man's upper lip.
  33. 62. Without a bend or curve; extending or moving continuously in one direction.
  34. 64. To take over something and have or use it as one's own.
  35. 65. A large strong wild bird that hunts and eats small animals.
  36. 67. The part of the house in which people sleep.
  37. 70. A body of water which travels through a channel in the Earth’s surface.