You are given clues for two words. Add an "L" at the end of the first word and you'll get the second one. For example, given "a fruit and a gem from an oyster," the answer would be "pear" and "pearl."
Last Week's Challenge
From Eric Iverson of Eagan, Minn.: Take the name of a nationality and write it in lower-case letters. Remove the first letter and rotate one of the remaining letters 180 degrees. The result will be another nationality. What nationalities are these?
Answer: Spanish, Danish
Winner: Ken Kane of Kearny, N.J.
Next Week's Challenge
From listener Al Gorey: A "spoonerism" is when you interchange the initial consonant sounds of two words to get two new words. For example, with "right lane," you'd get "light rain." Think of a familiar two-word phrase that's an instruction seen on many containers. "Spoonerize" it to name two things seen at the beach. What's the phrase and what are the things?
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