1. Which letter in the English alphabet is sometimes referred to as the ‘dog letter’?
2. What is the plural of Governor General?
3. In a simile, on of which two words must be present?
4. Which part of a dog might you see in a book?
5. In a standard dictionary, which letter has the least numbers of words listed under it?
6. What are we referring to when we say a ‘touch signature’?
7. Other than ‘cushion’ which is the only other word in English which ends with ‘shion’.
8. Movie is the short form for which two words? — Rehan Jalal
1. The letter ‘R’. The phrase has Latin origins as the Latin R was trilled to sound like a growling dog
2. Governors General
3. ‘As’ or ‘like’
4. Dog ears (when pages are folded
6. A thumb print
8. Moving picture