What word becomes plural when you add an 'S', but becomes singular when another 'S' is tacked on?
BTW, for those of you who are wondering why I have been remiss in answering the questions the next day, I am being blocked out at my workplace (very unfortunate). But, hopefully I answer each question eventually (from home). I will try to find some more consistent manner of answering, but I have not been able to as yet. (Anyone want to partner with me on this? The pay is lousy, but it can be a lot of fun.)
I'm posting one puzzle, riddle, math, or statistical problem a day. Try to answer each one and post your answers in the comments section. I'll post the answer the next day. Even if you have the same answer as someone else, feel free to put up your answer, too!
Friday, September 07, 2007
'S' is for Single
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Here's my guess...ReplyDelete
My biggest problem with this format is I never know how many people stare at the question and can't answer it! I thought this one was tough, but how can I tell?ReplyDelete
Nice job anonymous. The answer is: Prince, Princes and Princess.
I thought it was tough, I'll see if this one stumps my journalist girlfriend though.ReplyDelete