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    Re: Englisch

    Einstein - 18.03.2006, 11:56

    Englisch
    Find the American English equivalents:

    pupil
    car park
    holiday
    head teacher
    autumn
    timetable



    Re: Englisch

    Anonymous - 18.03.2006, 13:08


    Easy!

    student
    parking lot
    vacation
    headmaster / principal
    fall
    scedule

    Since that should be right, apart from some minor spelling-mistakes, here I go:

    It's blue and you can swim in it; it's got balls, but it's not particularly brave; but with a firstname it contributes to the varaity of lifeforms! :roll:
    What is it?

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Einstein - 18.03.2006, 13:28


    OK. Not easy...
    The blue thing you can swim in, that must be water.
    It's got balls... you mean THESE balls? Then it's a male organism.
    Not particularly brave... either you mean a shy animal or a human being named "boy" or "man" *grrr*
    So, only humans have first names, but with it, they can't contribute to the variety of lifeforms... or do they?
    Could it be the starsign (*Sternzeichen??*) waterman?



    Re: Englisch

    Sister Ky - 18.03.2006, 13:41


    *LOL* :D :D Waaaaaaaaay off!

    Ok, a hint: One word, but three different things ;)

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Sister Ky - 18.03.2006, 13:45


    Oh, and by the way....
    Zitat: So, only humans have first names, but with it, they can't contribute to the variety of lifeforms... or do they?
    If you realy mean, what you wrote here (and it isn't just a typo) carefully reread my first post! It does contirbute, if it has a first name!

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Einstein - 18.03.2006, 13:56


    I've read it in the right way, but I can't imagine that a first name can contribute the variety of lifeforms. Or can it?! Well... It can...
    I still say that the blue thing is water!!!
    It has balls (waterdrops) and it's not particularly brave (it can't be...)
    The first name is "sweet" or "salt" (i think). I mean in the ocean, there live other animals as in a lake with water without salt in it.....

    I'm not quite sure about the second point with the balls, but the rest is logic...



    Re: Englisch

    Sister Ky - 18.03.2006, 14:06


    Still too fixed on that all the hints have something to do with each other:

    One word, but three different things!

    There's water involved in the first one.
    (It can't be...), all right. But balls are balls, no drops.
    The firstname thinking get's better, yet way off still.

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Einstein - 18.03.2006, 14:15


    Could it be a swimming pool? With water balls?



    Re: Englisch

    Sister Ky - 18.03.2006, 14:29


    swimming pool with a first name can't contribute to the v. of l...... but maybe part of it can?

    If you are hit by one of these balls I'm refering to, it's gonna hurt much worse than hit with a waterball...

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Einstein - 18.03.2006, 14:41


    THE WORD IS POOL!!!!

    Billard is the first name...
    And the billard balls hurt!!!

    But I still don't check why it isn't brave....



    Re: Englisch

    Sister Ky - 18.03.2006, 15:19


    Right!

    Ever seen a brave Pool-Billiard?
    That was just to add to the confusion ;) Lest you imideatly think of real balls but think of THESE balls first :p

    So
    It's blue and you can swim in it: (swimming) pool
    it's got balls, but it's not particularly brave: pool (billiard)
    but with a firstname it contributes to the varaity of lifeforms: ???pool

    What might ??? be? Hint: Exactly as many "?" as the word has letters :)

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Einstein - 18.03.2006, 15:28


    OK, thanks... Let me think..... I haven't got a clue........



    Re: Englisch

    Anonymous - 18.03.2006, 16:08


    Ok, what little stringy things are responsible for ANY variety of live? Think biological!

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Einstein - 18.03.2006, 16:10


    Ah!!!!

    DNS-Pool or Gen-Pool!!!



    Re: Englisch

    Anonymous - 18.03.2006, 17:28


    Right! Your time! Gimme something to think :)

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Einstein - 18.03.2006, 17:40


    One man sais to another man:

    "I will ask you a question, for which exists a completely right answer - either yes or no - but you won't be able to answer my question. Probably you know the right answer, but you won't say it to me. Anybody else would be able to tell me the answer, but not you!"

    What question will he ask?



    Re: Englisch

    Anonymous - 18.03.2006, 17:44


    "Do you know the opposite of yes?" probably?

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Einstein - 18.03.2006, 17:48


    Sorry, that not really correct.
    But it's in a good direction...



    Re: Englisch

    Sister Ky - 18.03.2006, 17:48


    No, wrong, it should be "Can you tell me the opposite of yes, this very moment?"

    If he says "yes", as in "yes I can" he didn't follow instructions.
    If he says "no", as the instruction demands, he's at the same time dening the ability to do what the first man wants him to do!

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Einstein - 18.03.2006, 17:49


    Right!!! Where have you read that?????????



    Re: Englisch

    Sister Ky - 18.03.2006, 18:01


    I heard it once, long time ago... can't remember...

    ok, here I go again

    It's little yet might stand for all.
    Or it might be a result of pain.
    It's the cross of the analphabet.
    The greater value it has in germany, the worse your chances to get moved up.
    And if you add a man, he's able to shoot you from a mile away!

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Einstein - 18.03.2006, 18:15


    huh, OK, not easy.....
    Is it head money?



    Re: Englisch

    Sister Ky - 18.03.2006, 18:27


    rofl.... and again waaaaaaaaay off! Whatever headmoney might be, whatsoever...? :-/ (Do you mean "bounty" = "Kopfgeld"?)

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Sister Ky - 19.03.2006, 16:33


    Ok, 2 more hints:

    it's (again) one word, different things (though this time, most of them are much closer related than last time)

    On it you start!

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Anonymous - 21.03.2006, 21:22


    Still no clue?

    "Die Deutsche" did have it, but "der Deutsche" did not.

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Einstein - 23.03.2006, 17:31


    pffffffffffffffffff.....................................
    What did "Die Deutsche" have what "Der Deutsche" did not have??????
    Just superficially, it would be the letter "i"....
    But I don't start on an I and it's not a result of pain....

    "Die Deutsche" had something that "Der Deutsche" didn't have....
    Well, it's past tense -> "Die Deutsche" doesn't have it anymore...
    Or "Der Deutsche" now has that, what he didn't have...


    man, that's not easy....................................

    What's little and might stand for all.... It could be a DNS. But it doesn't have to do with a result of pain. What's the result of pain???
    The cross of the analphabet? Do you mean "illiterate"? .... And he has a cross?........
    A cross.... The cross is the symbol the the church. But no churchman would be able to shoot me from a mile away, even with the support of God... And my chances aren't worse to get moved up when the church gets a greater value............................


    puhhhhh................... tricky......



    Re: Englisch

    Sister Ky - 23.03.2006, 21:08


    No, you aren't even coming close...


    It's little yet might stand for all.
    (This one really is the best hint... can't give any advice on this otherwise it would be way too easy... :-/ )

    Or it might be a result of pain.
    (Not *all* pain has it as a result, but some special kinds of pain do)

    It's the cross of the analphabet.
    (Yes, illiterate.... s.b. who can't write)

    The greater value it has in germany, the worse your chances to get moved up.
    (In other countrys, too, it might have this effect, but in the USA for example, you can't quite call it "value"... :? though it still has the same effect... )

    And if you add a man, he's able to shoot you from a mile away!
    (Oh, don't underestimate God's help! :roll: ... think more firstnamish with this one ;) )

    On it you start!
    (No advice on this one yet, 'cause I can only think of one, that would yet again, make things too easy...)

    "Die Deutsche" did have it, but "der Deutsche" did not.
    ("Der Deutsche" did not get it. "Die Deutsche" has somewhat rather lost it... but not quite entirely... ... :?
    "der Deutsche" did never *have* it (wistleasacoughlastnamecoughwistle).... )

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Einstein - 24.03.2006, 19:10


    OK... I'll just have a guess, because my head starts smoking....
    :idea:
    Is it "star"?

    - The Star like * is little and might stand for all (Passwords,...)

    - It's the result of some special kinds of pain (When I see stars)

    - Well... The cross of the analphabet/illiterate... Well a star is like a cross....

    - A Star (Rock-Star,...) has a certain "value", and if this "value" is quite high, it's more difficult to reach this value...

    - Uhm... I just think of Star Wars... But here, I'm not really sure...

    - I start on it... -> I "STAR"t on it.... lol

    - Pfff... perhaps this refers to the NS-Regime (The Jewish Star, this pentagramm the Jews were forced to wear on their upper arm)....... But I'm not really sure about this either..........


    Well, tell me if I'm right or not!
    And remember: It's just a guess, it's just an intuition of few seconds ......
    Which doesn't mean that I haven't thought about it very much....



    Re: Englisch

    Sister Ky - 24.03.2006, 20:28


    well.... "from a mile away", maybe not quite... (*not sure how long a mile is*) I only want to say he would be very crafty with weapons...
    But I just realised, there's a little mistake in my riddle-text... :oops: it has to be:
    "And if you add a man *to it's plural*, he's able to shoot you from a mile away!"

    On it you start... ready, steady, go!

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    Einstein - 01.04.2006, 17:03


    OK, I really have no clue!!!



    Re: Englisch

    Sister Ky - 10.04.2006, 20:46


    It's little yet might stand for all. - for examle for your whole trust
    (hint: distrust the trust - dictionary might be your friend ;D )

    Or it might be an ugly result of pain.
    (Not *all* pain has it as a result, but some special kinds of pain do - for example those connected with stitched cuts... or fire... or accid...)

    It's the cross of the analphabet.
    (Or illiterate.... s.b. who can't write... not even his or her own name)

    The greater value it has in germany, the worse your chances to get moved up.
    (In other countrys, too, it might have this effect, but in the USA for example, you can't quite call it "value"... Geschockt though it still has the same effect... )

    And if you add a man to it's plural, he's able to shoot you from a mile away!
    (think more firstnamish with this one)

    On it you start! - Ready, Steady, GO!

    "Die Deutsche" did have it, but "der Deutsche" did not.
    ("Der Deutsche" did not get it. "Die Deutsche" has somewhat rather lost it... but not quite entirely... ...
    "der Deutsche" did never *have* it (wistleasacoughlastnamecoughwistle).... )

    Now, really! Read carefully and you really should be able to do this one! Sooo many hints... :shock:

    Greetz, Ky.



    Re: Englisch

    joiio - 09.05.2006, 09:14


    It´s not a baby or a child???



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