Write the answers to the clues across and the word down will tell you the topic we are practising in this issue.
1. Moving money from one account to another is called a …….
2. This is the money you earn when you put your money in a bank.
3. This is what you are when you have taken too much money out of your account.
4. Traditional English advice is to …for a rainy day. One way to do this is to put your money in a bank.
5. Normally customers visit the local …of their bank to discuss money matters.
6. This is what you have if you put your money in a bank. There are many kinds: current, saving etc
7. The opposite of a withdrawal ie put money into a bank
8. The money you have to pay the bank if you don't manage your account well and, for example, you take too much money out.
9. The money you borrow from a bank is called a ….
How many words of 4 letters or more can you make from the word WITHDRAWAL. All your words must include the letter D eg wild, award. We found 25 without using a dictionary.
If you find 6 that's good
If you find 9 that's very good
If you find 12 that's excellent!
In issue 1 there was a puzzle for you to find typical food items. Sometimes it is not possible for us to give you a recipe, as we in England just buy these things. Bangers are sausages: not the sort you slice to eat with bread, but the kind you fry or grill for a main meal. We usually eat them with mashed potato. Marmalade is jam made from oranges or citrus fruits, eaten on toast for breakfast. Custard is a sweet yellow sauce, poured on desserts, usually served warm, and either bought ready-made or made from custard powder and milk.
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