i will start this game with a alphabet.
the next person who participate will imagine a word with that alphabet & write that on the next post.
series/string will continue until the word has been formed.
when the word has been invented/(or whatever u say), the next participant should write that word on next post.
for example :
i start with alphabet "" A "".
next participant imagine a word "apple" or adventure " or some other.
suppose he/she imagine apple, then next alphabet he/she will write is "p" .
series go on.....
when the word get invented>
next participant will write....
the whole word i.e. "apple"
Butstill we can form a longer word from "apple",
such as "applet"
so, the next participant will write "applet" just after the previously posted " apple ".
& in such a way the participant who had written the word "apple" gets out of the game.
& starting/invention of new word will begin.
only here we want to do is to form the longest words.
the only person remain at the end is the winner.
by dingdong 8 years ago
So, this is the idea...Write a word with 5 alphabets beginning with the middle alphabet of the previous word.Let's start:BOARD ==> ANGELNext word should start with "G"
by ChilliWilly 3 years ago
Write a word and the other participant has to write another (any) word of third-letter.I will start:Tree
by CarpetDiem 8 years ago
I've never started a thread here in the sandbox so here goes. I play this game with my kids around the dinner table. I'll say a Christmas word that starts with A. You say/post a Christmas word that starts with the next letter of the alphabet, i.e. B. and so on. and then we repeat with A after we...
by viewfinders 6 years ago
You can write a meaningful sentence with all 26 English alphabets in it.I have one for you all"PACK MY BOX WITH FIVE DOZEN LIQUOR JUGS" which has all 26 alphabets in it.try it................
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