Brain Game: A Fine Line
Sometimes, two letters can make all the difference. Like the sign that says "SWIMMING" versus the sign that says "NO SWIMMING." Or even UNsweetened chocolateÂ as opposed to the normal sugary stuff.Â
Other times, two letters might make no difference at all. If you take theÂ last two letters awayÂ from "tee," for example, what's left ("t") has the same pronunciation. That works forÂ the last two letters of aÂ few other words as well, like "jay." However...
What five-letter word
can lose its last FOUR letters,
yetÂ still be pronounced the same?
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Answer: The word is QUEUE. Minus its last four letters, it's still "Q."