New Word Games - 38
Synonyms - Vocabulary
Every solution is in the line below its respective word game, in white color. Drag the mouse after the colon to find the answer.
260 - Geraldine, relating to Chaplin, always felt mirth. 8(1)
261 - The brow of the resentful person is frowned. 8(1)
262 - The curling hair small dog ate the macaroni. 6(1)
263 - The rats move back and forth by the hatchway. 7(2)
264 - The escort girl guides the tourists in the plaza. 6(4)
265 - Be a contributor, and the bliss will replace the sorrow. 5(3)
266 - It's a water tank, made against the lack of rain. 7(1)
In every numbered line you have one word game ("Changeable Words"). In the game's line you see two words or expressions in blue. You have to find a synonym or equivalent for each one, knowing that these two answers differ only by one letter.
After the end of each text is marked the quantity of letters of its two words that are the answer. Within the parenthesis is the position of the letter to be changed, in the first answer, to result the second one. So, the solution is a couple of words.
It is possible create Multi-Changeable-Words. P. ex., with these seven words: fight - light - might - night - right - sight - tight. 5(1)
In the Thesaurus System
The clues use not only direct synonyms but also utilize analogies, many times, like in the Thesaurus dictionaries system. This way the mental work becomes interesting, less mechanical, occupying one more vast field.
These word games can be deciphered with a help of a good Thesaurus Dictionary, individually or in a school group or at your home.
Exclusive and original in English
These word games can increase the sensitivity to the language with fun. An intuitive vocabulary method for students, teachers and schools. Each one of the works was carefully planned, constructed and revised. This website is beeing pioneer in the world, presenting this kind of educative pastime, in this organized form, for the first time in English, in all the Web. Enjoy these word games with your friends!
All "Changeable Words" by Euro Oscar.