What was the name of the king?
Once upon a time, there was a forest. In the forest, there was a castle. In the castle, there was a king. What was the name of the king.
The king's name is "What." It's tricky because the reader assumes the last sentence is a question when really it is a statement.
by Kelly A Burnett2 years ago
Grammar help - "on" and "upon."I want to say this sentence with proper grammar - can you please guide me?"I don't judge people based upon race, creed, color or gender. I judge them based upon...
by GA Anderson3 years ago
I bet the authors of these two quotes will be quickly identified, but the real question is... what is so wrong with what they say?"America's immigration system is outdated, unsuited to the needs of our economy and...
by ukmaster6 years ago
What is a question?
by A.B.C.Dev7 years ago
My father's name is John. Is this sentence is correct ?
by Syed Hunbbel Meer5 years ago
Which statement, from the following, will be deemed as correct?1. Following are some of the major advantages of tuning up your car.2. Following is some of the major advantages of tuning up your car.
by Danette Watt6 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?
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