Tuesday, October 17, 2006

English Test

What do these words have in common: age, blame, curb, dance, evidence, fence, gleam, harm, interest, jam, kiss, latch, motion, nest, order, part, quiz, rest, signal, trust, use, view, win, x-ray, yield, zone?


  1. they can each be used as a noun or as a verb.

  2. also, the first letters are each letter of the alphabet, but I'm hoping that was supposed to be obvious.

  3. I always think these are going to be harder for people to solve.

    Answer: All the words can be used as both nouns and verbs and as Abe pointed out, they are in alphabetical order, but can that be considered a commonality? And is commonality a real word? ;-)


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