The Food Game.
Hidden in the sentences below are names of food items.
You cannot ﬁnd them by looking at the sentences, for they
are not there by spelling; they are there by pronunciation.
The food may be within a single word or may go across
He begs to be excused from the rehearsal. (eggs).
1. “Sue, please go away,” he said.
2. She had a cough even today.
3. Don’t tell me mama laid the table so early.
4. He chased Robert off even after he paid his debt.
5. Happy’s room is so messy. I can’t ﬁnd a thing.
6. Keep that old sabre. Eddie will take it to the museum.
7. “Why don’t you spy still?” she wanted to know.
8. “Be an angel, leave it ﬁnished, will you?” he said.
9. “That bangle is of 24 carat gold,” he said.
10. “But Ernest is not coming on this trip,” she said.
11. Don’t bake condensed milk sweets.
12. “Tap Elmo on the shoulder and wake him up,” she said.
13. Please meet me tomorrow.
14. Kay came to meet me on Wednesday.
15. The donkey brays inside the shed.
16. He walked on the sand, which was so hot he burned
17. Richie’s so good, he helps me daily.
18. Don’t buy that saw. Say Jess will get a new one.
19. He’s been staying here for six months now.
20. I hope he’ll be true to you.
Using the position and arrangement of the letters
and words in each box, ﬁnd the English word or
phrase the picture represents.