Generally, riddles are questions or statements that are creatively designed to make you think. Therefore, we believe that a riddle is a great way to get thinking about the way we use words and phrases. Sometimes, the sentences we construct can be metaphorical or literal. So, when we use or hear a riddle, we can be more creative and make us think of the different ways we use English!
Please see the answers to our current and past riddles below. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The answer to the current Riddle:
Q: What has one eye but cannot see?
A: A needle
The answer to the previous Riddles:
Q: The more you take, the more you leave behind. What am I?
Q: Poor people have it. Rich people need it. if you eat it, you’ll die. What is it?
Q: What starts with a P, ends with an E, and has thousands of letters?
A: Post Office
Q: What are two things you wouldn’t eat after waking up?
A: Lunch and dinner
Q: A man rode in to town on Tuesday and left two days later on Tuesday. How so?
A: His horse is named Tuesday
Q: What do you break before you use it?
A: An egg
Q: What has 13 hearts, but no other organs?
A: A deck of playing cards
Q: What kind of coat is always wet when you put it on?
A: A coat of paint
Q: I can travel all over the world, but always stay in my corner. What am I?
A: A stamp
Q: What has one head, one foot, and four legs?
A: A bed