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Time on your hands

Discussion in 'Personal' started by florapost, Dec 23, 2010.

  1. lilachardy

    lilachardy Star commenter

    I can't do it... and I'm only trying the easy one!
     
  2. Me neither.
     
  3. lilachardy

    lilachardy Star commenter

    I've done the easy one now... it starts with ... see below if you want a helping hand!














































    Life
     
  4. lilachardy

    lilachardy Star commenter

    Is anyone still doing this?

    I am really stuck with today's hard one!
     
  5. inq

    inq

    So am I but as I need to get up early tomorrow I'm going to give up!
     
  6. I'm STILL stuck on the easy one! I'm normally OK at stuff like this as well :(

     
  7. lilachardy

    lilachardy Star commenter

    I got yesterday's easy one, but not the hard.

    Today I've done the hard one but can't get going on the easy one! Where to start?
     
  8. inq

    inq

    Done both!!!!
    (What do you mean that I should be doiong assessment and target setting!)
    The double letter at the end of the 2nd word is e if that starts you off!
     
  9. helpful hints - sorry if this is egg-sucking stuff - do not read if you do not want hints!!!
    the most common letters are e, t and a with n, s, o and i following close by
    ***'* is either ***n't or ****'s, possibly ****'d - *'* is i'm - *****'** is ****'re or ****'ve - as you have just found lh - **'* is it's, t* is to
    look out for a, I (this is kinder than other sites in showing where capital letters go - also useful for God, USA etc), the, where, there, people and such words - also words that might end -ing or -ed (
    a 3 letter word after a comma is most likely and, but, not or nor
    quotes can be by 'anonymous'
    i find it helps to swap daft letters like q, z and x for anything more sensible - also, to try to get vowels sensibly distributed
    if really desperate, a crossword solver website like
    <a> http://www.ojohaven.com/fun/crossword.html[/URL] can help
    my gat y5's and 6's get quite good at this with a little practise [​IMG]



     
  10. oh - and be very aware which letters can double
     

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