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Thursday, April 22, 2010


by Pablo C. Villasenor

World Cup host countries are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. John saw in the pit a lying elephant.
2. Jeff ran ceaselessly during the final lap of the race.
3. There will be no magic happening even if I say the word abracadabra zillion times.
4. Two of my paternal cousins wed English women.
5. In the church, I learned to pray intently.
6. Using a quill or a remex, I concluded the contract by affixing my signature.
7. Is painless childbirth really non-traumatic?
8. As ordered by the raja, pandas were given comfortable dwellings.
9. If you become a bigger man, your shirts and pants will appear smaller.
10. With an acoustic guitar, gent in a black suit will be coming to the city to perform in a concert.

Answers to Hidden World Cup Host Countries

Tuesday, March 2, 2010


by Pablo C. Villasenor

Currencies are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. The grapes on the table are for visitors.
2. You have to say encouraging words to the dying patient.
3. According to a law, only pregnant women are given monthly maternity bonus.
4. When they opened the bottle of syrup, eerie creatures came out.
5. An anthropoglot is an animal with tongue similar to humans allowing human-like speech.
6. For a jaguar, an insect is not a satisfying food.
7. A poobah takes or holds multiple offices or positions of power, all at the same time.
8. Is it true that the sand in Arizona is reddish?
9. Because of the public clamor, I allowed the construction of tall buildings in my town.
10. Peter Andre is an Australian-raised English singer and songwriter.

Answers to Hidden Currencies

Saturday, February 13, 2010


by Pablo C. Villasenor

Greek letters are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. The church is also open during weekdays.
2. The crowd begged the contestant to stop singing because he is out of tune.
3. Her upper lip is swollen.
4. The parish priest auctioned some of the church properties to raise money for the earthquake victims.
5. The commentator in the radio talks about actors and actresses in politics.
6. Four plus six is equal to ten.
7. Did you meet Alice in Wonderland?
8. There is a tulip hidden inside the cabinet.
9. My mom used bleaching powder in removing stains on my clothes.
10. A trader hoarded basic commodities, thinking of making huge profit when sold after the typhoon.

Answers to Hidden Greek Letters

Sunday, January 10, 2010


by Pablo C. Villasenor

International radio code words are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. It is strange that Bernard does not want to show his keyboard to the computer technician.
2. John's scalp has red patches.
3. Did you keep a pair of earrings as souvenirs?
4. After devouring a relatively large rat, the cobra vomited.
5. Antonio's caravan was flagged down by police operatives.
6. The supermodel talks about her plans of entering politics.
7. With the use of masticated gum, I kept the container from disintegrating.
8. Did he choose wisely?
9. The poachers shot elephants with high caliber firearms.
10. With a small stick, I loosened the rope tied around me.

Answers to Hidden International Radio Code Words

Thursday, January 7, 2010


by Pablo C. Villasenor

Athletic shoes brands are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. Elementary pupils are encouraged to learn, at least, the basic steps in folk dancing.
2. The Labor Minister is trying to look for a viable solution to the pressing unemployment problem in the country.
3. She admonished the sinners.
4. I had a dainty handkerchief when I was a teenager.
5. Banjo, mandolin, and guitar are string musical instruments.
6. Can I keep your photo as souvenir?
7. Carla did assult her husband's mistress.
8. What would you feel if I lay my hands on your forehead?
9. The words glue and mucilage are synonyms.
10. Ivan spoke to his boss about his resignation from the company.

Answers to Hidden Athletic Shoes Brands

Saturday, December 19, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

American states' capital cities are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. The 10-year old child overpowered the 12-year old bully.
2. You cannot rent one dozen DVDs in one day.
3. The researcher devised a chart for determining the progress of the project.
4. Rosanna polished the shoes of her husband.
5. The deacon cordially invited his parishioners to a get-together.
6. The captain and the corporal ban yellow ribbons inside the camp.
7. Bob Dylan sings very well.
8. The food and water supply of the nomad is only good for five days.
9. I am sure that citrus is a lemon.
10. The jail warden verified the release documents of the prisoner.

Answers to Hidden American States’ Capital Cities

Friday, December 11, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

Dances are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. A tiger, an ostrich, and a bear are among the zoo’s main attractions.
2. Is he receiving bribes?
3. I am a paleontologist.
4. Because of the tremor, rise of seawater level is expected.
5. The revolt achieved no positive results.
6. The orangutan goes back to the forest.
7. A chicken or pork barbecue can be eaten with or without rice.
8. The ring, I guess, symbolizes unity.
9. On the Japanese island of Honshu, large manufacturing plants are situated.
10. The United States government has ambassadors to almost all countries around the world.

Answers to Hidden Dances