tui se dua het cau hoi ra đây ai co khả năng thì cứ trả lời (đùng xem đáp án để trả lời là được) miễn là bạn có thể giải thích cho mọi người hiểu đúng và đồng ý với bạn là được now the nightmare begin! the night still young so better.... 1. I have a 100 legs but cannot stand. A long neck but no head. And I eat the maids life. 2. Two people walk to the top of the hill, a little person and a big person. The little person is the big person's son but the big person is not the little person's father. Who is the big person? 3. What gets wetter the more it dries? 4. What five letter English word does not change its pronunciation when four letters are taken away? 5. I'm in a rock, not in a stone I'm in a marrow, not in a bone I'm in a bolster, not in a bed I'm not living, I'm not dead 6. Yellow and white Hard outside Stolen from life What am I? 7. It is weightless but you can see it and if you put it in a barrel of water it will make the barrel lighter. 8. I welcome the day with a show of light, I stealthily came here in the night I bathe the earthy stuff at dawn, But in the noon, alas! I'm gone. 9. I am the black child of a white father, a wingless bird, flying even to the clouds of heaven. I give birth to tears of mourning in pupils that meet me, even though there is no cause for grief, and at once on my birth I am dissolved into air. 10. What kind of room has no windows or doors? 11. It goes up and down the stairs without moving. 12. Take one out and scratch my head I am now black but once was red 13. What one word has the most letters in it? 14. You use a knife to slice my head, and weep beside me when I am dead. 15. The more there is the less you see. darkness 16. What always happens at the end of a dry spell? 17. No sooner spoken than broken. What is it? 18. I do not breathe, but I run and jump. I do not eat, but I swim and stretch. I do not drink, but I sleep and stand. I do not think, but I grow and play. I do not see, but you see me every day. 19. As I was going to St. Ives, I met a man with seven wives. Every wife had seven sacks, Every sack had seven cats, Every cat had seven kits. Kits, cats, sacks, and wives, How many were going to St. Ives? 20. What lives on its own substance and dies when it devours itself? candle 21. What is always before you, yet you can never see it? 22. Remove the outside, cook the inside, eat the outside, throw away the inside. 23. There was a green round house. Inside the green house was a smaller white house. In the white house was a red house. And living in the red house were lots of little black babies. 24. Give it food and it will live; give it water and it will die. 25. He has a look of awful scorn, And wears his clothes a funny way, Waving his hands over fields of corn, He keeps the birds away! 26. What grows in winter and dies in summer. And has roots that grow up? 27. I went into the woods and got it I sat down to seek it I brought it home with me because I couldn't find it. 28. You find us in darkness but never light. We are present in daytime but absent at night. In the deepest of shadows, we hide in plain sight. 29. What is that of which the common sort is best? 30. I am both Mother and Father. I am seldom still yet I never wander. I never birth nor nurse. What am I? 31. What occurs once in a minute, twice in a moment, but never in an hour. 32. What can you catch but not throw? 33. Use me well and I am everybody, scratch my back and I am nobody. 34. Spell mousetrap in 3 letters. 35. To you, rude I would never be, Though I flag my tongue for all to see. 36. Thirty white horses, On a red hill, First we champ, then we stamp, then we stand still. What are we? 37. What we caught we threw away, what we didn't catch we kept. 38. What starts with T, ends with T, and is full of T? 39. Forward I am heavy, backward I am not. What am I? 40. What is all over the house? 41. I move quickly but have no legs I like warm flesh and blood Some of my bones can unhinge I travel through lots of mud If you see me you may scream I really don't know why If you can guess what I am called Then you are smart, oh my! 42. What has hands, but is not flesh, blood or bone? 43. What's the beginning of eternity, the end of time and space, the beginning of the end, and the end of every place? 44. What increases the more you share it with others? 45. What is it that everyone requires, everyone gives, everyone asks for and that very few take? 46. There is a thing that nothing is, and yet it has a name. It's sometimes tall and sometimes short, joins our talks and joins our sports, and plays at every game. 47. Pronounced as one letter, And written with three, Two letters there are, And two only in me. I'm double, I'm single, I'm black blue and grey, I'm read from both ends, And the same either way. 48. What can run but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, has a head but never weeps, has a bed but never sleeps? 49. What is it that one needs most in the long run? 50. What eats rocks, levels mountains, rusts metal, pushes the clouds across the sky, and can make a young man old? 51. What can fill a room but takes up no space? 52. I have two heads but only one body, the more still I stand the faster I run. 53. I run, yet I have no legs. What am I? 54. Light as a feather, there is nothing in it; the strongest man can't hold it for much more than a minute. 55. The more you take the more you leave behind. 56. I have holes on the top and bottom. I have holes on my left and on my right. And I have holes in the middle, yet I still hold water. What am I? 57. Through wind and rain I always play, I roam the earth, yet here I stay; I crumble stones, and fire cannot burn me; Yet I am soft--you can gauge me with your hand 58. I look at you, you look at me I raise my left, you raise your right What is this object? 59. With potent, flowery words speak I, Of something common, vulgar, dry; I weave webs of pedantic prose, In effort to befuddle those, Who think I wile time away, In lofty things, above all day The common kind that linger where Monadic beings live and fare; Practical I may not be, But life, it seems, is full of me! 60. The man who invented it, doesn't want it. The man who bought it, doesn't need it. The man who needs it, doesn't know it. 61. I never was, am always to be. No one ever saw me, nor ever will. And yet I am the confidence of all, To live and breathe on this terrestrial ball. 62. The part of the bird that's not in the sky, Who can swim in the ocean And yet remain dry. 63. Always wax, yet always wane: I melt myself with my own flame. Lighting darkness, with fate unblessed, I soon devolve to shapeless mess. 64. The rich men want it, the wise men know it, the poor all need it, and the kind men show it. 65. What does everyone have that he or she can always count on? 66. It has no top or bottom but it can hold flesh, bones and blood all at the same time. What is this object? 67. Squeeze it and it cries tears as red as its flesh, but its heart is made of stone. 68. They are Dark, and always on the run. Without the sun, would be none. 69. We are little creatures; all of us have different features. One of us in glass is set; one of us you'll find in jet. Another you may see in tin, And the fourth is boxed within . If the fifth you should pursue, it can never fly from you. What are we? 70. They come at night without being called and are lost in the day without being stolen. 71. As I walked along the path, I saw something with four fingers and one thumb, but it was not flesh, fish, bone or fowl. 72. A little pool with two layers of wall around it. One white and soft and the other dark and hard, amidst a light brown grassy lawn. 73. Born Motherless and Fatherless, Into this world without a sin Made a loud roar as I entered And never spoke again. 74. A word I know, Six letters it contains, Subtract just one, And twelve is what remains.