Did you know that if you take the world eat and take the first letter, move it to the back and you get the past tense for that word?
Another is the words race car spell it backwards and its the same words!
Do you have any fun stuff you can do with words?
That's called a pallindrome. The longest palindrome in the Oxford English Dictionary at 12 letters is "tattarrattat", coined by James Joyce in Ulysses.
that was cute.
i always found the origins of words fascinating, and i think it's fun discovering what's behind certain words.
by Deborah Sexton 3 years ago
A Palindrome is a word that is spelled the same from both ends…i.e. RacecarFind some, or create some of your ownPlease join in, and post only one at a timeI’ll do a couple of different ones to show two ways of doing it, and to get us started
by Danette Watt 7 years ago
A palindrome is a word or sentence that can read forwards or backwards. Let's see how many we can come up with. I'll start with one many people might be familiar with:Madam, I'm AdamWho's next?
by Holle Abee 9 years ago
Post a palindrome - a word or phrase that reads the same backward as it does forward, like mom, dad, and refer.Here's my fave:A man, a plan, a canal. Panama.
by weblog 10 years ago
It can be anything, I'm just trying to start with some samples:----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------LOVE => DOVE => DIVE=> HIVE => HAVE => HATE (Love to Hate)"Violence" and "Nice Love" have same...
by Beth100 8 years ago
Compose a nonsensical humourous string of words alliteration style. Have fun!I'll start:Summer stir sticks stuck stirring sizzling shotsYou're next!
by James Paterson 9 years ago
Just what the title says.Can you say these words fast and not sound like a cussing Irish manwhale oil beef hooked....................................................................................................................................learn proper englishsay the word Air then say the word...
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