Banabas' Isle Challenge-Treeton-10k and 25 Quest Points
|First Question: What store does Grey Slate on Hare Isle Own?|
Second Question: What is the name of Peco's Bill's Horse?
Third Question: What does Violet of Earton watch with her Binoculars?
Fourth Question: Who do you talk to, to get to Rock isle?
Mr. Tuttle on Turtle Isle
Fifth Question: What 2 items did Greig in Tail Forest lose?
Glasses and Watch
Sixth Question: What gem is NOT wanted by the Ghosts on Pirate Isle?
Seventh Question: What pet does Thorne have on Flower isle, and what does the pet lose?
Dog who lost a Bone
Eighth Question: How do you get to Quiet isle?
Talk to Galvin in Muzzle Forest
Ninth Question: What does Joylyn in Treeton collect?
Tenth Question: Which of these towns do NOT have a training pen?
Cadee's Grammar Challenge-Jungle Isle-1k and 25 quest points.
|First Question: What does an apostrophe ( ' ) mean, and when is it used?|
An apostrophe is used when one or more letters has been removed from a word, or when two words have been combined; except for the possessive adjective "its."
Second Question: What is the difference between the suffixes -tion and -tian, or simply -ion and -ian?
-Tion and -ion mean a property of; -tian and -ian mean a person or thing who comes from a place.
Third Question: Which of the following sentences is correct:
They're putting their shoes right there.
Fourth Question: Which of these sentences is correct:
I know now the answer is no.
Fifth Question: How would you say that if you did something in the past, but at a very specific time or under a very specific circumstance; or that you are emphasizing your doing of the action?
If I had done that...
Sixth Question: What is the difference between "good" and "well"?
"Good" an an adjective which describes what something is; "well" is an adverb describes how something is, or how it's done.
Seventh Question: Which of these sentences is correct:
I'm going to Harrod's at two, too.
Eighth Question: What is the difference between "lay" and "lie"?
"Lay down" is something you do to something else; "lie down" is something you do yourself.
Ninth Question: Which is the correct usage:
I went there once.
Tenth Question: What is the difference between a colon and a semi-colon?
A colon is used to bring your attention to whatever follows. A semicolon is a pause before an independent clause.
Extra Credit question: When Juliet asks Romeo, "Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?" what is she asking him, as understood today?
She's asking him why he's named Romeo.
Caelin's Horse Breed Challenge-Treeton-10k and 25 quest points.
First Question: Where does the Shire originate from?