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October Riddles!

October 9, 2012 — Leave a comment

riddle is a fun question that sometimes confuses the reader by using a word that has more than one meaning. But if you read a riddle very carefully, you can usually guess its answer, and thinking about riddles can help strengthen your English skills.

Have you read the riddles from previous months? Were you able to guess any of the answers?

It’s always good to laugh, so let’s take a look at this month’s riddles. Remember, you can find the answers at the bottom of the page.

  1. Which letter of the alphabet has lots of water?
  2. Why is six afraid of seven?
  3. Why did the man throw a bucket of water out the window?
  4. What has four wheels and flies?
  5. Which five-letter word becomes shorter when you add two letters to it?

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August Riddles!

August 14, 2012 — Leave a comment

riddle is a fun question that sometimes confuses the reader by using a word that has more than one meaning. But if you read a riddle very carefully, you can usually guess its answer, and thinking about riddles can help strengthen your English skills.

Have you read the riddles from previous months? Were you able to guess any of the answers?

We’re back from vacation and we’ve got new riddles for August! (You can find the answers at the bottom of the page.)

 

  1. Why didn’t the skeleton go to the dance?
  2. What begins with “T”, ends with “T”, and has “T” in it?
  3. Why is the letter “A” like noon?
  4. What do tigers have that no other animals have?
  5. How many seconds are there in one year?

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July Riddles!

July 2, 2012 — Leave a comment

A riddle is a fun question that sometimes confuses the reader by using a word that has more than one meaning. But if you read a riddle very carefully, you can usually guess its answer, and thinking about riddles can help strengthen your English skills.

Have you read the riddles from previous months? Were you able to guess any of the answers?

Since today is the first Monday of July, let’s start off our week – and month – in a fun way! Here are some more riddles, and you can find the answers at the bottom of the page.

You might not know all of the answers, but they should all make you smile!

  1. What do you call a fish that only cares about itself?
  2. Why did the student take a ladder to school?
  3. A man rode into town on Tuesday. Two days later, he rode home on Tuesday. How is that possible?
  4. Which letter is always asking questions?
  5. What can’t be used until it is broken?

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June Riddles!

June 4, 2012 — Leave a comment

A riddle is a fun question that sometimes confuses the reader by using a word that has more than one meaning. But if you read a riddle very carefully, you can usually guess its answer, and thinking about riddles can help strengthen your English skills.

Did you like reading the riddles from April? How about the riddles from May? Were you able to guess any of the answers?

Since today is the first Monday of June, let’s start our week – and month – in a fun way! Here are some more riddles, and you can find the answers at the bottom of the page.

You might not know all of the answers, but they should all make you smile!

  1. What begins with “e”, ends with “e”, and has one letter inside it?
  2. Which car is spelled the same forwards and backwards?
  3. What gets wetter and wetter as it dries?
  4. What can you “catch” but not “throw”?
  5. What are the two strongest days of the week?

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May Riddles!

April 30, 2012 — Leave a comment

A riddle is a fun question that sometimes confuses the reader by using a word that has more than one meaning. But if you read a riddle very carefully, you can usually guess its answer, and thinking about riddles can help strengthen your English skills.

Did you like reading the riddles from the beginning of this month? Were you able to guess any of the answers?

Since tomorrow is the first day of May, let’s start the month in a fun way!

Here are some more riddles, and you can find the answers at the bottom of the page.

You might not know all of the answers, but they should all make you smile!

  1. What has two hands and a face, but no arms and legs?
  2. What are two things people never eat before breakfast?
  3. If you drop a yellow hat in the Red Sea, what does it become?
  4. What can go around the world while always staying in a corner?
  5. What kind of nut has a hole?

 

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Sigh….It’s Monday again. That means the weekend is over, and it’s time to go back to work or school.

Mondays aren’t much fun, but if you read this, your Monday might be a little more fun. That’s because this is about riddles.

A riddle is a fun question that sometimes uses a word that has more than one meaning. If you read a riddle very carefully, you can usually guess its answer, and thinking about riddles can help strengthen your English skills.

Here are some riddles, and you can find their answers at the bottom of the page. You might not know all of the answers, but they should all make you smile!

  1. Why did the man throw the butter out the window?
  2. Which room has no doors, floor, ceiling, walls, or windows?
  3. What begins with P, ends with E, and has thousands of letters in it?
  4. A cowboy rode into town on Friday, stayed three days, and left on Friday. How is this possible?
  5. Which five letter word is always pronounced wrong?

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