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Year 8 Grammar 1

Across
I would like a piece/peace of pie please.
This is a synonym for starting.
I love the start of school as I get to use new stationary/stationery.
Words of opposite meaning are called this term.
There, their and they're are examples of these kinds of words.
A group of words that form the subject and predicate of the sentence.
This word, meaning a hall or passageway, is a homophone for a word meaning a small island.
Words that have similar meanings are classed as this.
This is an antonym for weak.
This is a synonym for thorn.
The pare/pair/pear had a bruise and was inedible.
This is often the predicate of a sentence.
The heal/heel of my foot is sore.
Down
This is a synonym for quiz.
This is an antonym for rarely.
She heard the car idle/idol in the driveway.
The man stood stationary/stationery as the snake slid by him.
This is the subject of the sentence.
This part of a sentence is often the verb.
This part of a sentence is often the noun.
This is a homophone for 'new'.
She had to pair/pare/pear back her spending as it was sending her broke.
This is a synonym for giggle.
The bird stealthily stalked its pray/prey.
This is an antonym for new.