Just not to disappoint the group of students around me, I’ll give another attempt to produce some Q AND A with a difference.
In my last post, I did ask the question : How does one know that he is lost?
I always remember that whenever we organized an orienteering course for our students many years ago, we always ask them this classic question. We received a variety of response from our students. The first rule of the thumb is when you are lost, try to find out where you are. When you know where you are, you are not lost!
Put on your thinking caps before attempting the following questions:
16. This is a riddle: I’m so dry that you can’t squeeze a drop of water out of me. Yet, I’m so cold that you can’t hold me in your hand. I can disappear in front of you without a trace. What am…
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