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A puzzle that heavily depends on linguistic features; for instance it may concern foreign languages, or only work in some particular language, or be built around a peculiarity of the English language.

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The property is:
answered Jan 17 '17 by Rand al'Thor
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Something to do with
answered Feb 11 '18 by Rand al'Thor
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Analysing the English sentences First let's look at the English sentences: You(sg) will be sleeping. The deer is sleeping. The deer sees fish(pl). You(sg) see the man. The man will see fish(pl). Th …
answered Feb 10 '18 by Rand al'Thor
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The connection is, indeed, nominal: Specifically,
answered Dec 18 '17 by Rand al'Thor
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The prime-numbered letters are: The longest words that can be made with these letters appears to be If you allow the letter A (even though 1 is usually taken to be neither prime nor composite), …
answered Feb 7 '17 by Rand al'Thor
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The verb has past tense
answered Apr 29 '17 by Rand al'Thor
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StephenTG has the correct answer. Just to finish off the full explanation by solving the remaining clues: James doesn't understand the difference between a trash can and a belt. James thinks that …
answered Sep 5 by Rand al'Thor
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Three mainstaysails This is a word, and the OP has confirmed that it appears in the OED. There are many examples with two, including: waylay, Mayday, eighty-eight, maintain, gateway, mainst …
answered Oct 15 '16 by Rand al'Thor
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The cipher is The cursive ciphertext is The deciphered plaintext is And how's THIS for illegible?
answered Mar 11 '18 by Rand al'Thor
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NOTHING. The pronunciation of this in various accents could be rendered as NOTHIN' (one letter removed), NOT'IN' (two letters removed), or NOT'N' (three letters removed). And of course if you remove a …
answered Nov 16 '14 by Rand al'Thor
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You are This is a town in the state of Karnataka. Apparently the town got its name after this fellow, a prince, visited it in 1915.
answered Sep 10 '16 by Rand al'Thor
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This puzzle is about So the answer is
answered Jun 7 '18 by Rand al'Thor
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It could be to do with the number of words in the sentence preceding "Good Rice or Bad Rice?" (since the OP asks people not to edit anything). "Is that tent Good Rice or Bad Rice?" gives Good Rice. " …
answered May 27 '15 by Rand al'Thor
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Six Another famously long word: Despite the surfeit of /ɪ/ sounds in here, there are actually six different vowel phonemes! At least with one of the two different possible pronunciations listed by …
answered Oct 16 '16 by Rand al'Thor
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Given the new hint, my guess is because it's a You are far away yet you are near, You are far away yet I can hear, You were rather close now you are not, You sent me a message of that I go …
answered Feb 23 '18 by Rand al'Thor

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