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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

Friday, December 4, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

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

1. Whenever you touch the door knob, eerie sounds are heard.
2. Elisa keeps on shifting from one course to another.
3. His grandson tickles him with a chicken feather.
4. Anton took some blood samples of the dead dogs found inside a drum.
5. What is the law in entering an abandoned property?
6. The judges declare that Vincent is winner by default.
7. The smell of the sprayed insecticide remained in the house for more than 24 hours.
8. Some advertisements are funny yet catchy.
9. On the doorstep, a cheese and a bottle of milk were left by an anonymous visitor.
10. Jasper, Ryan, and Edward are male names.

Answers to Hidden Alcoholic Beverages

Wednesday, December 2, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

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

1. Angelica melted the butter before mixing it with the flour.
2. The children saw the dreaded ogre in the woods.
3. The paraplegic attempted to set a new record in archery.
4. Either Sarah or Selene can do the marketing presentation.
5. The critic owed the writer an apology.
6. About a year ago, a truck driver won the lotto jackpot worth US$4.7 million.
7. When I reached the mountain top, I gently planted my country’s flag.
8. In school, I only listen to the lecture and do not bother myself to take down notes.
9. The crab attempts to get out of the pond.
10. Even with thick smoke and haze, brave firefighters continue pumping water on the forest fire.

Answers to Hidden Mammals

Sunday, November 22, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

ASEAN Regional Forum-member countries are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. I put the torch in a secured place.
2. Can you find one Siamese cat in the park?
3. If it is impractical to bind, I advise you to just staple the papers.
4. The words shout, hail, and flag are synonymous.
5. An African adage goes “In order to catch a monkey, you must behave like a monkey.”
6. After Camilla, Oscar was called to deliver his speech.
7. Can Peter and Bob run either backwards or sideways?
8. On the left side of the drainage basin, gap or empty space was discovered.
9. With a piece of cloth and a tetrapak, I stanched the flow of blood from my arm.
10. In a government council called soviet, nametags are required to be worn at all times by the employees.

Answers to Hidden ASEAN Regional Forum-Member Countries

Tuesday, November 10, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

Planets and other celestial bodies are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. The sprinter from Peru ran using non-branded shoes.
2. It may be ambitious but his universal aim was to unify all countries of the world.
3. Did you hear the explosion?
4. Just arrive on time and a complimentary drink will be given to you.
5. The raven used its beak and claws in feasting on the dead cow.
6. If you become the president, what programs will you implement?
7. Magnesium, arsenic, oxygen, and gold are all chemical elements.
8. The school principal’s memo only talked about the tardiness of the students.
9. What he did was a turning point in his political career.
10. A gamete or a mature sexual reproductive cell has haploid number of chromosomes.

Answers to Hidden Planets and Other Celestial Bodies

Sunday, November 8, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

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

1. It is surprising that a local cat eloped with an imported dog.
2. Does age matter?
3. Bob enquired about his wife’s health records for the past 10 years.
4. It will take you nearly 10 hours to drive from Alamo to Roland, New Hope, Texas.
5. When I saw the sign OK, I assumed it was safe to enter the property’s premises.
6. In Tokyo, ceramic tiles of various colors and sizes are readily available in most stores.
7. If there is a storm warning, the school principal may suspend classes.
8. The chosen donkey for the parade is owned by my friend.
9. On the beach, Aussie men sighted three ailing whales.
10. With the help of a strategically-placed trap, plenty of mice were caught overnight.

Answers to Hidden Mobile Phone Brands

Wednesday, November 4, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

American presidents' surnames are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. A 20% discount will be given to decorated cakes if ordered three days in advance.
2. Who oversee the ranch workers?
3. A damsel is a young girl usually born from a noble family.
4. The policemen are trying to capture a gangster who has been in hiding for nearly a decade.
5. He dated a geisha yesterday afternoon.
6. It was not a common roebuck or male deer that Peter caught in the forest.
7. Aside from John Napier, celebrated Scottish mathematicians include James Clerk Maxwell and Colin Maclaurin.
8. The cadet was ordered to squat after making 20 push-ups.
9. The zinc level and boron content in water are carefully monitored by hydrologists.
10. He confessed that he and his cohorts planned to rob a mall in the city.

Answers to Hidden American Presidents' Surnames

Saturday, October 31, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

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

1. I think it would taste better if onions were used in the dish.
2. The boat sunk because of the typhoon.
3. Prince Eric encountered his archenemy.
4. The pilot effectively applied his aeronautical knowledge in maneuvering the airplane.
5. The activists pelted stones on the anti-riot policemen.
6. He will not answer yes to the charges unless intimidated and tortured.
7. I managed to get a Christmas décor not yet sold in most shopping centers.
8. On places with snow, heaters are essential.
9. Seek a mutant and study his new characteristics.
10. In the filing system, merged files are considered one.

Answers to Hidden Cereals

Friday, October 16, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

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

1. If I jig all night long then I get tired and become sleepy the following day.
2. Like a geisha, I tinted my face and body with white powder.
3. He hears a moan whenever he passes the cemetery.
4. An animal tamed since its infancy is easier to handle even when it grows old.
5. Maricel and Maricar are identical twins.
6. Anton gave half of his lotto winnings to charity.
7. My papa lauded our neighbor for saving me from our burning house.
8. The ninja panicked when his opponent pulled a handgun.
9. Argentina, Uruguay, and Brazil are Latin American countries.
10. In Sabah, rainfall is monitored regularly.

Answers to Hidden Island Countries

Thursday, October 8, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

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

1. I gave her a dozen roses last Valentine’s Day.
2. The donut is so thick that is why John is having hard time munching it.
3. Julius watched the recent Olympics events for six straight hours.
4. As instructed, Carol examined the evidences meticulously.
5. Some gang members used Molotov bombs in attacking their rival group.
6. There is no major issue being discussed in Congress right now.
7. Rescue workers tried to follow a baby’s cry emanating from the collapsed building.
8. In Afghanistan’s capital city Kabul, oval-shaped plates are often used for ceremonies.
9. The government owes mall owners tax rebates.
10. The color used by the painter for the living room was appealing.

Answers to Hidden Watch Brands

Thursday, October 1, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

Asia-Pacific capital cities are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. Her grandma let her learn by herself the details of traditional cooking.
2. The children enjoyed watching two sleek otters perform water acrobatics.
3. The pharaoh anointed his successor prior to the invasion of his kingdom.
4. Alfredo has a white-colored dog named Blackie.
5. If I am the chairman, I lay down first my plans for the company before entertaining comments from the board members.
6. The newly-built dam managed to block the rampaging sea water.
7. Odyssey and Iliad are two ancient Greek epic poems traditionally attributed to Homer.
8. A novice in jujitsu valiantly fought his opponents.
9. The people were amazed with the performer who can play a piano and at the same time blow the harmonica.
10. Carlos put a surveillance camera in his dwelling to notify him of intruders.

Answers to Hidden Asia-Pacific Capital Cities

Tuesday, September 22, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

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

1. His radio was old, that is why he bought a new one.
2. Inside a lab, a magnetic field was discovered.
3. The gardener cut a hanging vine on the driveway.
4. The womanizer paid a horrifying price for his wrongdoings.
5. When you enter the region of Piedmont, a national symbol can be seen on the eastern side.
6. From behind, I analyzed the situation, which gave me a clearer understanding of the hostage drama happening inside the building.
7. By following the advices of my mama, I never got into trouble during my teenage years.
8. In an Italian boat store, gondolas of various sizes are for sale.
9. Just outside the citadel, a warehouse full of weapons is tightly secured.
10. It is unbelievable to see a koala skating.

Answers to Hidden American States

Friday, September 11, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

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

1. I will only come to the party if I feel so.
2. As he entered the shop, Ian ordered hurriedly two bottles of vodka and a dozen cans of beer.
3. Don Octavio left all his inheritance to his beloved dog named Bruce.
4. Also known as grey wolf, a lobo eats meat just like any other wild animals.
5. The flow of lahar particularly affected the provinces of Pampanga, Tarlac, Zambales, and Bataan.
6. The water lily remained alive for couple of weeks even without water.
7. In Central African Republic’s capital Bangui, tarantulas are sometimes used for entertainment.
8. Either goose or gander is considered for the animal competition.
9. Helen does not eat either fish or nut because she has an allergy.
10. The language called Bantu basically spoken by the people in the Congo-Niger region in Africa.

Answers to Hidden Musical Instruments

Tuesday, September 8, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

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

1. As he was examining a cytoplasm, a rare colorful mole appeared on the latter’s center.
2. A fan of Obama kowtowed as he entered a church in downtown Chicago.
3. A man wearing turban guided the stranger to the train station.
4. The kebab is saucy enough so no need for more gravy.
5. During our welcome party for Danica, I roasted two medium-sized chickens and a turkey.
6. The lahar areas are mostly the towns situated near the volcano.
7. A Pashtun is a member of a Pashto-speaking ethnic people living on the border regions of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
8. Ramon attended a karate class when he was still in highschool.
9. With his skills and alertness, the aviator abated the total wreckage of his plane.
10. Mr. Portillo mentioned in his earlier testimony that he indeed saw the suspect entered the shop on the night of the robbery.

Answers to Hidden African Capital Cities

Saturday, September 5, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

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

1. Arman, together with Dino robbed the bank in just five minutes.
2. Her suitor was pretending to be a business magnate.
3. Abhor network games that are violent in nature.
4. When Frank entered the lab, eerie smell and creepy sounds greeted him.
5. Silver beet leaves are appropriate ingredients to soupy dishes.
6. As numbered by the Catholic Church, the First Council of Lyon was the 13th Ecumenical Council.
7. A man from Malibu got three traffic violation tickets in one day.
8. Aram, others consider it as the modern-day Syria, is a region mentioned in the Bible that stretched from the Lebanon mountains eastward across the Euphrates.
9. During Easter, miters are worn by clergymen.
10. Mr. and Mrs. Ramos quit official duties as chairman and CEO following a libel case filed against them.

Answers to Hidden Insects

Wednesday, August 26, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

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

1. It is hard to stop a zooming car on a freeway.
2. Having a scar, Nelia never put concealer to hide it.
3. Before I eat supper, I do twenty push ups.
4. Don’t scrub your face with coarse towel.
5. I told Ronald I am on dieting program.
6. Johanna met hysterical shoppers coming out from a burning department store.
7. It is not easy to snag a ten-fold napkin with bare hands.
8. The white pony, x-rayed several times, remained calm.
9. The raja declared a three-day celebration in honor of his godparents’ visit to his kingdom.
10. If you belong to a patrolling troop, always be ready for ambuscades.

Answers to Hidden Gemstones

Thursday, August 13, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

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

1. The altar of the church is elegant.
2. The tribe of Levi settled among the other tribes to keep alive among them the knowledge and service of God.
3. Bob raced against time in saving his daughter from drowning.
4. They are considered small ethnic group in the Philippines.
5. Because he cannot do herding anymore, Abraham merged his sheep with that of his nephew's.
6. The kingpin certainly has connections with the gangsters.
7. A cucumber's tendril likes to cling on branchy structures.
8. Manila's Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue or EDSA was once called Highway 54.
9. The driver got confused with the road sign that says, “Stop, lane realignment ahead.”
10. Can you enter outer space?

Answers to Hidden Carpentry Tools

Saturday, August 8, 2009


by Pablo Villaseñor

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

1. I will only file the case in court after I gather the necessary documents.
2. Marlon donated goodies and toys to the orphanage worth $5,000.
3. The novels of Ian Fleming featuring James Bond are well-known all over the world.
4. During December, new Christmas trees of varying designs are displayed inside the shopping centers.
5. Shall we order omelette for breakfast?
6. Upon seeing the truck, I eventually decided to flagged it down.
7. Benjamin's kite featuring a monkey on a spaceship won the top prize in the local kite-flying competition.
8. A family member linked his two cousins in yesterday's robbery.
9. Loreto slowed down as he approached the pedestrian crossing.
10. A bar made of steel is bonded with other metals to make it stronger.

Answers to Hidden European Capital Cities

Wednesday, July 15, 2009


by Pablo C. Villasenor

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

1. A sedan bought in 1999 is recalled by the car manufacturer for retesting.
2. The name Saddam means powerful commander.
3. Erica showed her unique talent of playing the guitar blindfolded, which gave her the advantage over other contestants.
4. The construction of the Mahayana Buddhist monument known worldwide as Borobudur dates back in the ninth century.
5. It is quite surprising that a beautiful girl would give Arman a ring.
6. The Latin American dance salsa gained prominence not only within the South American continent but also in other parts of the world.
7. A quasar does have a point-like visible light.
8. To reach Ancona, you have to ride a bus because it is a town in the Italian province of Marche.
9. In order to effectively teach, I may use non-conventional and non-traditional teaching methods.
10. According to the police, the fire damaged most of the forest area including a remote vineyard.

Answers to Hidden Cheeses

Saturday, June 13, 2009


by Pablo C. Villaseñor

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

1. Either envy or anger is considered sin.
2. It was timely that the reporter edited her news just before the actual broadcast.
3. Bob lacks the so-called x-factor that is why he was not successful in bringing home the title as one of the sexiest men in the world.
4. To some people, today’s shining rays of the sun are indicators of next day’s good weather.
5. There is a shop in Kenya that only sells deer meat.
6. Her left eyebrow never fades because it is a tattoo.
7. He crushed the ice before putting it in the blender.
8. An open gate always welcomes visitors.
9. The icy Antarctica is the home of most penguins.
10. After weeks of waiting, the loyal militia quashed the rebellion staged by the disgruntled soldiers.

Answers to Hidden Colors


by Pablo C. Villaseñor

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

1. The archaeologist thought it was just an ordinary bone, only to find out later that it was that of a dinosaur.
2. Myra donated all her inheritance to the orphanage.
3. The zookeeper found the cat inside the men’s toilet.
4. Jacob altered his facial appearance in order to pass the enemy line unnoticed.
5. The second brightest star in the constellation Perseus is Algol, described as the first known and most famous eclipsing binary.
6. The herdsman could not control the oxen once they see their female counterparts.
7. You buzz in case the door is locked.
8. The flagpole adjacent to the electric tower was also hit by lightning.
9. Most of the employees use the stair only during brownouts.
10. Members of the German band Trio dined with their avid fans on an open-space commercial area.

Answers to Hidden Chemical Elements


by Pablo C. Villaseñor

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

1. Emily cheers aggressively for her favourite football team.
2. Many multinational companies ban analysts from making financial forecasts that may trigger economic panic.
3. Pitcher Ryan always throws the ball in a graceful manner.
4. After ransacking the shop, the thug raped the storeowner.
5. If you are sick, I will bring you to the hospital.
6. Faith and hope are virtues worth internalizing.
7. Shall I meet the prime minister?
8. Betty’s nape ached after falling from the ladder.
9. There is a saying that every man goes blind in his heart.
10. Richard’s papa yawned during the ecumenical service.

Answers to Hidden Fruits


by Pablo C. Villaseñor

Car brand names are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. The police chief ordered his men to cease firing on the fallen robbers.
2. Do not trash old envelopes because they can be recycled.
3. Sapsali and saluki are breeds of dogs.
4. The cruiser overturned when hit by a missile.
5. Either a map or schema is useful in locating hidden treasures.
6. In securing the house of a raja, guards are posted in concealed areas.
7. Alex used his lotto winnings in purchasing his dream house located near the coastline.
8. The craftsman is sanding the wooden window panels before installing them.
9. Central African Republic’s former military ruler Jean-Bedel Bokassa abolished the Constitution of 1959 when he assumed power on 01 January 1966 by way of coup d’etat.
10. In data transmission, a baud is a unit of speed equivalent to one bit per second.

Answers to Hidden Car Brand Names

Friday, June 12, 2009


by Pablo C. Villaseñor

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

1. After one week, I will tell you my research findings.
2. In the Battle of Waterloo, Napoleon was defeated.
3. Eric ran energetically during the marathon.
4. Her left eyebrow looks abnormal.
5. Ruben had oven toaster even before he purchased a microwave oven.
6. The new tax on liquors and cigarettes is an additional cost rich people can easily afford.
7. George Bernard Shaw, known as the first person to be awarded both the Nobel Prize for Literature and the Oscar, was an Irish playwright.
8. With a scalpel, I can dissect a frog.
9. The pastor knew that one of his churchgoers is having an illicit affair.
10. In a beer festival, large mugs were given to heavy drinkers.

Answers to Hidden Birds


by Pablo C. Villaseñor

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

1. After discovering the leak, I talked to a plumber to immediately fix my sink.
2. They are said to be on halfmast if flags are hanging halfway of the poles.
3. Zookeepers rub eagles' wings with some kind of oil to make them shinier.
4. He can't believe that the scrap lotto ticket he found on the sidewalk has the winning number combinations.
5. Bob is bending a metal sheet to be used for his garage door.
6. Aladdin goes into the cave without lamp.
7. The owner of the cafe is thanking all his customers for tasting his new latte.
8. The Talmud is a collection of rabbinic discussions pertaining to Jewish law, ethics, culture, and history.
9. She put a piece of wet towel on my face to refresh me.
10. Mr. Santos accepted his award from the university president with an amazement on his face.

Answers to Hidden Dogs

Tuesday, June 9, 2009


by Pablo C. Villaseñor

Olympic host cities are hidden in each sentence below. Can you find them? Happy searching!

1. With his vast inheritance, Marlon donated a third of it to the orphanage.
2. Donna and Rachel sink in a quick sand.
3. A well-paved path ensures the safety of road users.
4. Mr. Ramos' coward bodyguards abandoned him during the coup d'etat.
5. During the Battle of Eniwetok, young soldiers valiantly fought the well-trained enemies.
6. I told my friend, "After taking a nap, arise and have a cup of coffee on the veranda."
7. Leo's hamster damaged his clothes and other personal belongings.
8. Beginning September, link routes going to the suburbs surrounding the city will be implemented.
9. The name Cicero means chickpea.
10. The Italian region of Piedmont really amazes the tourists because of its unique location of being surrounded on three sides by the Alps.

Answers to Hidden Olympic Host Cities


by Pablo C. Villasenor

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

1. Luigi glided his plane to avoid serious damage.
2. When I got the torch, I ordered my men to proceed inside the dark cave.
3. The water I sipped was enough for me to quench my thirst.
4. When I heard the buzz, I tipped off my superior to immediately secure the vault.
5. For Sandra, violin is the best musical instrument.
6. Victor zoomed his camera's lens to capture a more detailed picture of the dolphin.
7. An epic is a long narrative poem highlighting the feats of heroes who performed valiant deeds.
8. Superman tied the hands of five thieves in just a matter of seconds.
9. I visited Italian cities, including other European towns in the last two years.
10. Maita’s uniquely-designed ballpen never blots.

Answers to Hidden Pastas