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Discussion in 'Personal' started by florapost, Dec 23, 2010.
Yet another time-wasting game
I can't do it... and I'm only trying the easy one!
I've done the easy one now... it starts with ... see below if you want a helping hand!
Is anyone still doing this?
I am really stuck with today's hard one!
So am I but as I need to get up early tomorrow I'm going to give up!
I'm STILL stuck on the easy one! I'm normally OK at stuff like this as well
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?
(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!
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
oh - and be very aware which letters can double