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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #125399: Riddles III
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    Riddles III


    A famous quote by a famous person about riddles is by Archer Taylor.  "We can probably say that riddling is a universal art," he said.



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    1. A boy and a doctor went fishing. The boy was the doctor's son, but the doctor wasn't the boy's father. Who is the doctor? .

    2. What has four fingers and a thumb, but is not living? .

    3. If a man has a bee in his hand, what's in his eye? Beauty because is in the hand of the "beholder."

    4. Whoever makes me, tells me not. Whoever takes me, knows me not. Whoever knows me, wants me not. What am I? .

    5. What do you call a room with no windows or doors? A .

    6. I am something people love or hate. I change people's appearances and thoughts. If a person takes care of themselves, I will go up even higher. What am I? .

    7. You measure my life in hours, and I serve you by expiring. I am quick when I am thin and slow when I am fat. The wind is my enemy. What am I? A

    8. Turn me on my side, and I am everything. Cut me in half, and I am nothing. What am I? .

    9. I know a thousand faces and count the tailed heads, feasting bright upon the eyes of many who have died—wielding well a mighty power. What am I? .

    10. You should keep me as straight as can be, yet very few do. Most of the time, I am slightly bent or curved. What am I? Your .










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