Level 1: Lets start with some 2-part synonyms. Find the country whose two syllables match the words described in the clue 1a) Frozen water next to a country
1b) Something on a shark's back can bring down an aeroplane
1c) Where lions live is a dirty stain
1d) Old word for you male people
1e) Greek letter written by the French
Level 2: Anagram time. Look out for the words that suggest 'scrambling' or 'mixing-up' letters. Every letter you need to find the six planets given is in the individual clues 2a) Pen tune for composition
2b) Mix me curry
2c) Turn as directed
2d) Arms apart
2e) Broken heart
2f) Rip Jute to bits
Level 3: Initials. The first letters of some words spell out one of 7 body parts. (NB: letters won't always be in consecutive words, and some initials don't need clues at all) 3a) Starts to take off everything......
3b)....beginning with jacket and wellingtons!
3c) Execute all rebel leaders!
3d) Light starter before the first of evening's gorgefests
3e) Grow up first, then get married!
3f) Take the first right, then the second right, then the first bend
3g) Hidden in plain forefront
Level 4: One-word-inside-another. Can you find two synonyms of the words suggested, and put one 'inside' the other? There are 8 presidents to find 4a) Naked inside a feline
4b) Take the tango, foxtrot or waltz, for instance, then swallow an 'E', and insert an organ of the body
4c) In the present, get trapped by a monarch
4d) Marry, and invite an insect
4e) Exist, surrounded by French gold
4f) Tell a fib in the indefinite article
4g) 6: to the Romans, that's inside a rough time of arrival
4h) The first woman encased in tin
Level 5: Putting it all together. Use bits of each the last four levels to solve these compound clues. Anagrams, Synonyms and Initials, all inside one another! Greek Muses: 5a) Orate drunk
5b) At first, understanding radiology and neurology is ambitious