Those who love puzzles will surely understand the fun and benefits of playing quizzes. The beauty of trivia is that you won’t know which direction to deduce. Simply because our instinct when reading a puzzle is to “bounce numbers” to solve it unintentionally, whether you like it or not.
Puzzles also help develop logical thinking. Let’s try a Vietnamese quiz in the program Lightning Fast below: “What is whiter, dirtier?”
Usually, people often say that the whiter something is, the cleaner it is. Clean white is also a phrase used a lot in advertisements for washing powder, dishwashing liquid,… so this question seems to make many people right. measure thinking. But in fact, there is such a familiar thing!
The answer to the above question is the blackboard. That’s right, the blackboard is only clean when there is no writing on it, it must be black in every corner. And if students or teachers use white chalk to write on it, of course the board is not clean, even if there is still a little ripple of chalk after erasing, the board will not be clean.
A quiz question in the program Lightning Fast has the following content: “What part of me points to other people?”
In this question, how much time do you need to determine the answer? The answer is too easy if you think hard.
Accordingly, some body parts that satisfy the requirements of the above question can be mentioned as eyebrows, eyelashes, and pupils.
If we ignore the semantics of partial words, the word mé is one of the personal pronouns used to address the interlocutor, with intimate nuances, or contempt. The word mi is also understood in this sense.
As for you, this is a second person pronoun for people of the lower order in the old way of speaking or for people with disdain.
Therefore, it can be seen that these parts are actually located on their own body, but the names refer to other people.