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Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Spring - crossword

It looks like spring has finally arrived.
Are the flowers appearing around you? Which ones?

To celebrate, here is our regular crossword from the BBC:
Spring crossword

Let me know how you got on!

3 comments:

  1. Is no. 7 exclusively used in the sense of the definition given in the crossword? I thought it has a more general meaning too.

    Hundreds of Winter Aconites are blooming in my garden! :)

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  2. Blossom means the flower of a plant, so it can be for an individual flower, but it is normally used with lots of flowers on a plant, shrub or tree.
    A typical example of how English can be so imprecise at times!

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  3. Saw some snowdrops in Olomouc this morning!

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