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One Letter 3

Do you know your letters? This quiz will test your knowledge of words that can be hyphenated with just a single letter before the hyphen; you must identify that letter. Every answer in this quiz is just a single letter.


 

Quiz ID:#22248
Fun:*** (2.91)
Difficulty:* (0.55)
Category:Other
Created By:MarcM1098Aca****

 

 

 



#1   In this form of baseball, instead of using a pitcher, the ball is set in place for the batter to hit.






#2   A school that includes all primary and secondary education could be designated _-12.






#3   A sawhorse is one example of this type of frame structure. This frame is also common in chalets because the steep roof pitch helps prevent snow build-up.







#4   This type of clamp is common in carpentry and welding to hold pieces of wood or metal together.







#5   When you are going in the wrong direction, you need to make this kind of turn.






#6   Which one letter describes walking across the street between intersections? (This is dangerous and sometimes illegal.)







#7   In the 1980s, Chrysler used the same platform for several vehicles including the Dodge Aries and Plymouth Reliant. They were commonly referred to as what type of car?






#8   What team is a 1980s TV show, that started with the voice-over: "If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire..."?






#9   You would use a computer instead of the post office to send this kind of mail.






#10   If you need to restrict access to certain TV channels, this type of chip will help.






 

 


   



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