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www.trainerbubble.com Cryptic anagram puzzles (the clues are in the questions): dirty room here come dots lost cash in, me alas, no more z's I'm a dot in place eleven plus two
www.trainerbubble.com How to use © Trainer Bubble Show participants the slide with the 6 anagrams. We recommend arranging them into pairs or small groups of three. Explain that there task is to solve the six anagrams as quickly as possible. Point out that the clues are in the questions. You can make this a competitive activity by giving a small prize to the first team to present you with the correct answer. Solution dirty room = dormitory; here come dots = the morse code; lost cash in, me = slot machines; alas, no more z's = snooze alarms; I'm a dot in place = decimal point; eleven plus two = twelve plus one.
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