Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Three and Three Again (1/4)

The English language is crazy. You can take a set of words, add a single word to each of these words, and get an entirely new set of words.

For example, in front of the words PRINT, GRASS, and BIRD, you can add the word BLUE making BLUEPRINT, BLUEGRASS, and BLUEBIRD.

Now take the words WRITER, CAT, and RIGHT. By adding the same common word to each of their beginnings, you'll create three new words.

What's the common word and what are the three new words?

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