Punctuate these words:
that that is is that that is not is not is not that it it is
Hint: Try saying it out loud.
That that is, is: that that is not, is not. Is not that it? It is.
What is represented by this BrainBat?
[Ref: ZKZW] Copyrighted.
Answer: Look before you leap.
Place letters into the grid such that every row, column, and 2x2 block has letters (in any order) that form a common word.
Each letter is only used once, and no letter is repeated in the rows/cols/blocks.
Letters allowed: T U R K E Y.
[Ref: ZAJT] © Alan Stillson and Frank Longo.
Hint: Column 4's missing letter is R.
Across: SOCK, DULY, BARK, TIES
Down : TALK, YOKE, CUBS, RIDS
Boxes : YOLK, CUDS, TAKE, RIBS
Note : Other anagrams of these words are OK as long as they don't change the answer grid.
Each of these sets of arrows represents a word - what are the words?
[Ref: ZEEG] © Kevin Stone
Hint: Where else might you see arrows and letters together?
Answer: See, new, sense, sew, ewe. The arrows represent the compass directions N, E, S, W.
Using the BrainTracker grid below, how many words can you find? Each word must contain the central
D and no letter can be used twice, however, the letters do not have to be connected. Proper nouns are not allowed, however, plurals are. Can you find the nine letter word?
Excellent: 18 words. Good: 9 words. Average: 6 words.
[Ref: ZGKZ] © Kevin Stone
Hint: Every word must contain the central letter.
cited, deceit, deceive, detect, DETECTIVE, device, dice, die, diet, dive, edict, edit, evicted, iced, tide, tied, vetted, vied.
cede, cedi, cited, de, deceit, deceive, dee, deet, deice, detect, DETECTIVE, dev, device, dice, die, diet, dit, dite, dive, ed, edict, edit, eide, evicted, evited, iced, id, ted, teed, tide, tied, vedette, vetted, viced, vide, vidette, vied.