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R.4.3 - Making explanatory inferences (Why? How?)

Getting Older

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Danny Danny's been teaching English at EC for 10 years.

Do you think you can answer this riddle?

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Is this a well-known riddle in your country? Can you answer it? Let's see how logical your lovely brain is!

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Riddle: Do you know the answer to this horse race question?

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Put on your thinking-caps because it's time for another classic puzzle; can you answer it? Click on 'show answer' for the answer

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Riddle of the Sphinx

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Those of you familiar with Greek mythology may know the answer to this one. This is the riddle that the Sphinx asked Oedipus. Oedipus could answer it ...can you?

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What goes on four legs in the morning, on two legs at noon, and on three legs in the evening?

English Riddle - What's the answer?

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Read the following riddle (puzzle) and guess the answer. Click on 'Show Answer' to solve the riddle:

A cowboy arrives into town on Friday, stay two days, and then leaves on Friday. How?

Puzzle - What's the answer?

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Read the following riddle (puzzle) and guess the answer. Click on 'Show Answer' to solve the riddle:

One day 2 fathers and 2 sons went fishing. They caught 1 fish each, but they only had a total of 3 fish. How was this possible?