Many people Everyone was delighted to finish the novel Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, but many people in the future will have to deal with the horrors Great Expectations brings to readers. With ridiculously small text, no margins, and way too many words to describe a simple object, Great Expectations is a book that causes many distress. Oh yeah, also there are more than 150 vocab words that many people did not know existed. To help the people who are doomed to read this "book", a Google Form has been created. Here, you can submit summaries to help others understand what is going on. It is like SparkNotes, but a lot better. Submit summaries here! View summaries here!
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Two guys were on a plane. One guy, Dr. Newman asked the other guy, Jeff, to play a game. "If I don't know the answer to a question you ask, I pay you five dollars. If I ask you a question you don't know, you pay me five dollars." Jeff considered this and decided it was too risky. Later, Dr. Newman asked to play the same game but if he gets a question wrong he pays Jeff $500, and if Jeff gets one wrong he only has to pay Dr. Newman $5. Jeff said he would, of course, and Dr. Newman asked Jeff a hard history question. Jeff didn't know the answer so he paid Dr. Newman $5. Jeff then asked Dr. Newman, "What goes up a hill on four…
Hola Ami! The seller doesn't want it. The buyer doesn't need it. The user doesn't know about it. What is it? I'm as light as a feather, but the strongest man on Earth can not hold me for more than 5 minutes. What am I? Jimmy's mom had five children. Their names were April, June, July and August. What was the last child's name? What has a face and two arms but no legs? What is the easiest way to double your money? Product Riddle: What can you write on but is see-through? Click here for answer (From http://www.playbuzz.com and http://www.kidspot.com.au/things-to-do/activities/10-easy-riddles-for-kids) Comment on your answers below! Or go to the answer key here. (No cheating!)
Bonjour Amigos! What gets wet when it dries? What goes up but never comes down? You throw a baseball as hard as you can but it comes back! How? What invention lets you see through walls? Product Riddle: What do you usually wear on your head, but now on your finger? Click here for answer Comment on your answers below! Or go to the answer key here. (No cheating!)