It's a lovely evening in Letterland and all the little letter couples have gone down to the seaport promenade to stroll about and ride the Ferris wheel.
As the Ferris wheel turns, those on the promenade discover they can read words.
How many words do they see?
Here is a picture of the Ferris wheel:
There's a tiny bit of lateral thinking here, so I don't want to say too much, but I think we can all agree:
1. A couple may not be broken up to form words. Either both letters of the pair are in the word, or both letters are not in the word.
2. The letters of a couple are always read from left to right in a word, and the two never change their positions relative to each other. (Obviously, this is due to the fact that Ferris wheel cars don't turn upside-down.)