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1. Quiz: Countries Missing Letter A-Z Blitz II
From Sporcle user dancastro: “‘El Salador’ makes sense in Spanish and it’s grammatically correct, so it could perfecty be the name of a real Spanish-speaking country. The only problem is that it means ‘he who puts salt to something’ and hardly would anyone think of naming a country that way.”
5. Quiz: Tongue Twisters From Around the World
From Sporcle user JoeyCL:“I know the Chinese one is kind of like “suh sure suh, sure sure sure, sure suh sure sure suh, suh sure sure suh sure, suh sure suh zhure bu sure tsuh zhure sure sure tsuh sure su-uh duh.” This is very improper, but it does the trick. If you want pinyin, it’s “si shi si, shi shi shi, shi si shi shi si, si shi shi si shi, si shi si zhi bu shi zi zhi shi shi zi shi si de,” or with tones, “sì shì sì, shí shì shí, shí sì shì shí sì, sì shí shì sì shí, sì shí sì zhī bú shí zi zhī shí shī zi shì sǐ de.”
In other news, this is quite possibly the weirdest-looking comment I’ve ever written.”
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