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Learnr
Apr 8, 2009, 01:18 PM
[solved] How can a normal frog jump even higher than an one-meter-high table under a normal circumstance?

[solved] What is one English word that is always pronounced incorrectly? If there is one.

[solved] When does a bug eat a dairy food then become another species?

Usually when you die, you become a... ghost. But if you die in Bangkok, what would you become?

ThanksForTeachingMe
Apr 14, 2009, 03:02 PM
How can a normal frog jump even higher than an one-meter-high table under a normal circumstance?


Khi con cóc ngồi trên one-meter-high table thì nó sẽ nhảy cao hơn cái bàn đó.


What is one English word that is always pronounced incorrectly? If there is one.


Là chữ "incorrectly" ;)


When does a bug eat a dairy food then become another species?


Hong biết, nhường bạn khác trả lời.

Learnr
Apr 15, 2009, 05:23 AM
Khi con cóc ngồi trên one-meter-high table thì nó sẽ nhảy cao hơn cái bàn đó.

Là chữ "incorrectly" ;)

Hong biết, nhường bạn khác trả lời.

Soo good!
But it's my fault not to include one fact "they both stand on the ground" in the first puzzle. Now, try one more time.

Hint: the third puzzle is involved in pun.

HcVcT
Dec 11, 2009, 09:31 AM
When does a bug eat a dairy food then become another species?


I wonder... if a fly eats some butter, does it become a ... "butterfly" ??? ;)

ThanksForTeachingMe
Dec 11, 2009, 10:32 PM
How can a normal frog jump even higher than an one-meter-high table under a normal circumstance?


Con e^'ch nao` cung~ nha?y cao ho*n ca'i ban` he^'t vi` ca'i ban` dda^u co' bie^'t nha?y.



Update: Usually when you die, you become a... ghost. But if you die in Bangkok, what would you become?


Learnr no'i sai oy` ... When I die, I will become an angel.

Learnr
Dec 12, 2009, 04:28 AM
I wonder... if a fly eats some butter, does it become a ... "butterfly" ??? ;)
That's exactly correct!


Con e^'ch nao` cung~ nha?y cao ho*n ca'i ban` he^'t vi` ca'i ban` dda^u co' bie^'t nha?y.
This answer is correct, too!

Wow, I didn't expect people would dig this thread up after 8 months. :)) We still have an unsolved puzzle, by the way.