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NOVEMBER BRIDGE – SOLUTIONS

01. 12. 2021
NOVEMBER BRIDGE – SOLUTIONS

SOLUTIONS FROM THE NOVEMBER MAGAZINE

Maturita B1 Listening: Smarter Than We Realize: 5 – 7 – 2 – 3 – 6 – 1, not used: 4

Maturita B2 Reading: Bonfire Night: 1 survival, 2 put together, 3 gave away, 4 confusion, 5 religious intolerance, 6 guards, 7 disappointed

So You Think You Know Thanksgiving
1
F, 2T, 3T, 4F, 5T, 6T, 7F

The Puzzler
STRANGE SENTENCES
Sample answers:
Trees are left bare by autumn.
The fat that people eat builds up in the body.
The cotton of which clothing is made comes from Egypt.
The man left work after his angry boss fired him.
The lights from the cars at the road junction brighten the darkness of the night.
One wall was painted. We covered it in paper.
A dog chased a cat which had killed a brown mouse. / A cat killed a mouse which was brown. Before that, the cat was chased by a dog.

SHUFFLE BOXES
2×2 grid: across (or down): 
an, to; down (or across): at, no
3×3 grid: across (or down): old, air, key; down (or across): oak, lie, dry; the hint includes clues to three of the words: ancient = old, tree = oak, unlock = key.
4×4 grid: across (or down): film, area, coat, ends; down (or across): face, iron, lead, mats; the hint includes clues to five of the words: movie = film, finishes = ends, place = area, metal = iron, behind the mask = face
WHAT LINKS…?
Tops, stop, post and pots are all anagrams of each other.

Huge Pillows, Sadistic Language
to stand out
spire
dreamscape
for my sake
dew

Sweet Dreams
switch off
get down to
move on
tidy (it) up
take over