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The missing vowels/216

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The missing vowels/216
Message de marit64 posté le 05-07-2017 à 22:51:26 (S | E | F)
everybody!

Find the missing vowels and unscramble the consonants in order to get the right word.

It's summer time and I've decided to give you the number of vowels in 8 out of 10 answers.

1- A very poor person. ..... (rpp)

2- A person who makes and repairs watches, clocks etc. ..... (thkwrcm) 3

3- To move back or away. ..... (clr) 3

4- To provide food etc. ..... (tcr) 2

5- To raise or collect (especially an army or a tax. ..... (vl) 2

6- To wander; to roam. ..... (vr) 2

7- A professional entertainer who can speak so that his or her voice seems to come from some other person or place, especially from a dummy which he or she controls. ..... (lqttvsnr) 5

8- To urge or force (a person etc) to do something by annoying him etc. ..... (dg) 2

9- A kind of knitting stitch. ..... (rpl)

10- To push roughly. ..... (tjls) 2

Good luck and have fun!

Have a great week!

So long





Réponse : The missing vowels/216 de flowermusic, postée le 05-07-2017 à 23:44:28 (S | E)
Hello dear Marit
What a pleasant moment !!!

1- A very poor person. ..... (rpp) pauper

2- A person who makes and repairs watches, clocks etc. ..... (thkwrcm) 3 watchmaker

3- To move back or away. ..... (clr) 3 recoil

4- To provide food etc. ..... (tcr) 2 cater

5- To raise or collect (especially an army or a tax. ..... (vl) 2 levy

6- To wander; to roam. ..... (vr) 2 rove

7- A professional entertainer who can speak so that his or her voice seems to come from some other person or place, especially from a dummy which he or she controls. ..... (lqttvsnr) 5 ventriloquist

8- To urge or force (a person etc) to do something by annoying him etc. ..... (dg) 2 goad

9- A kind of knitting stitch. ..... (rpl) purl

10- To push roughly. ..... (tjls) 2 jostle

Have a sweet sweet week


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Modifié par flowermusic le 06-07-2017 08:43
Merci à un oeil citronné qui a vu ma coquille (have a sweet week you too)




Réponse : The missing vowels/216 de chocolatcitron, postée le 06-07-2017 à 00:18:59 (S | E)
The missing vowels/216
Message de marit64 posté le 05-07-2017 à 22:51:26
Hello my dear Marit! Thank you for this new exercise, I DO wish you feel better, days after days... !
Hi all the regular students, and the newcomers!

This is my work:
1- A very poor person. (rpp)pauper = indigent.
2- A person who makes and repairs watches, clocks etc. (thkwrcm) 3 watchmaker = horloger.
3- To move back or away.(clr) 3 recoil = reculer.
4- To provide food etc. (tcr) 2 cater = faire traiteur.
5- To raise or collect (especially an army or a tax. (vl) 2 levy = taxer.
6- To wander; to roam. (vr) 2 rove = vagabonder.
7- A professional entertainer who can speak so that his or her voice seems to come from some other person or place, especially from a dummy which he or she controls. (lqttvsnr) 5 ventriloquist = ventriloque.
8- To urge or force (a person etc) to do something by annoying him etc. (dg) 2 goad = pousser quelqu'un à faire quelque chose.
9- A kind of knitting stitch. (rpl) purl = tricot mailles à l'envers.
10- To push roughly. (tjls) 2 jostle = bousculer.

Very funny and more and more easier to do, thank you so much !
Have a very very sweet week!
See you soon!



Réponse : The missing vowels/216 de sanna6, postée le 06-07-2017 à 20:06:42 (S | E)
Hello

1- A very poor person. ...Pauper - Personne pauvre

2- A person who makes and repairs watches, clocks etc. ... watchmaker - Horloger

3- To move back or away. ...To recoil - Reculer/S'éloigner

4- To provide food etc. ...To cater - Préparer des repas

5- To raise or collect (especially an army or a tax. ...To Levy - Prélever/Imposer

6- To wander; to roam. ...To rove - Errer

7- A professional entertainer who can speak so that his or her voice seems to come from some other person or place, especially from a dummy which he or she controls. ... Ventriloquist - Ventriloque

8- To urge or force (a person etc) to do something by annoying him etc. ...To goad - Pousser quelqu'un à faire quelque chose

9- A kind of knitting stitch. ...Purl - Maille à l'envers

10- To push roughly. ...To jostle - Bousculer

I thank you Marit for your words..It's always a pleasure to do and research new words.
A nice week everyone !




Réponse : The missing vowels/216 de afarodj, postée le 07-07-2017 à 19:07:29 (S | E)
Hi dear Marit

Hi everybody


Here is my try, thank you so much for this new work. I wish you good health.
Have a nice week.


1- A very poor person. ..... (rpp).-Pauper .- Indigent

2- A person who makes and repairs watches, clocks etc.... (thkwrcm) 3 .- Watchmaker.- Horloger.

3- To move back or away. ..... (clr) 3 .- Recoil.-Reculer.

4- To provide food etc. ..... (tcr) 2 .- Cater.-Approvisionner

5- To raise or collect (especially an army or a tax. ..... (vl) 2 .- Levy.- Percevoir.

6- To wander; to roam. ..... (vr) 2 .- Rove.- Errer.

7- A professional entertainer who can speak so that his or her voice seems to come from some other person or place, especially from a dummy which he or she controls. ..... (lqttvsnr) 5 .-Ventriloquist.- Ventriloque.

8- To urge or force (a person etc) to do something by annoying him etc. ..... (dg) 2 .- Goad.- Harcler.

9- A kind of knitting stitch. ..... (rpl).- Purl.- Maille.

10- To push roughly. ..... (tjls) 2 .- Jostle.- Bousculer.

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Modifié par afarodj le 07-07-2017 19:12





Réponse : The missing vowels/216 de daisy50, postée le 07-07-2017 à 20:16:39 (S | E)
Hello Marit,

Here is my try,

1- A very poor person. .... pauper

2- A person who makes and repairs watches, clocks etc. .... watchmaker

3- To move back or away. ..... recoil

4- To provide food etc. .... cater

5- To raise or collect (especially an army or a tax. ..... levy

6- To wander; to roam. .... rove

7- A professional entertainer who can speak so that his or her voice seems to come from some other person or place, especially from a dummy which he or she controls. .... ventriloquist

8- To urge or force (a person etc) to do something by annoying him etc. ... goad

9- A kind of knitting stitch. ..... purl

10- To push roughly. ..... jostle

Have a very very good week and see you later!



Réponse : The missing vowels/216 de swan85, postée le 07-07-2017 à 21:36:26 (S | E)
Hello Marit and everybody
Thank you for this exercise.

Have a nice week.

1- A very poor person. Pauper (rpp)
2- A person who makes and repairs watches, clocks etc. Watchmaker (thkwrcm) 3
3- To move back or away. Recoil (clr) 3
4- To provide food etc. Cater (tcr) 2
5- To raise or collect (especially an army or a tax. Levy (vl) 2
6- To wander; to roam. Rove (vr) 2
7- A professional entertainer who can speak so that his or her voice seems to come from some other person or place, especially from a dummy which he or she controls. Ventriloquist (lqttvsnr) 5
8- To urge or force (a person etc) to do something by annoying him etc. Goad (dg) 2
9- A kind of knitting stitch. Purl (rpl)
10- To push roughly. Jostle (tjls) 2



Réponse : The missing vowels/216 de violet91, postée le 09-07-2017 à 17:30:43 (S | E)
Hello very dear marittt

Carry on resting and having a smooth recovery ! Thank you so much for keeping going here already !
To dear flowermusic : you are the very best , aren't you ?

1- A very poor person. pauper (pauperism)
2- A person who makes and repairs watches, clocks etc. a watchmaker; just watch ' four o'clock on 'A.Hitchcock presents'
3- To move back or away. to recoil
4- To provide food etc. .to cater
5- To raise or collect (especially an army or a tax. to levy
6- To wander; to roam. to rove
7- A professional entertainer who can speak so that his or her voice seems to come from some other person or place, especially from a dummy which he or she controls. a ventriloquist

8- To urge or force (a person etc) to do something by annoying him etc. to goad
9- A kind of knitting stitch. purl ( just helpless at that sort of thing ! Poor late Grandma of mine !)
10- To push roughly. to jostle [sl]

Many rare words in English English !!
Enjoy your Sunday which is half way, dear friend and have a lovely following week ! Do take care of yourself and take your time doing nice things with nice people or reading a thrilling book . You can search for the short film I advised you to watch . Nobody should miss it , actually ! Incredibly excellent and thrilling to the bones ! See you.





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