Which one of the following is an illegal General Demand? (A) The word must contain a double vowel. (B) The word must contain eleven letters. (C) The word may not … Continue →
Which statement is true about the INVERTED Sentence Pattern? (A) It may be chosen in all four divisions. (B) It may be chosen in all divisions except Elementary. (C) It … Continue →
Situation: The player leading the match by four points when the five-minute warning is called challenges Win. No player writes a correct Solution. How many points does any Neutral player … Continue →
Classify this statement as true or false. Player One, who rolls the cubes and designates the sentence type, may be challenged impossible. See this and all of the other AGLOA … Continue →
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Which of these statements are true about the sentence that makes up the Solution? (A) It must close with the proper punctuation. (B) All words must be spelled correctly. (C) … Continue →
Which of these statements are true about the sentence that makes up the Solution? (A) It must be a true statement. (B) Any possessive nouns in the sentence must be … Continue →
Which of these statements are true about the word to be formed? (A) It may be a contraction. (B) It may not be a hyphenated word. (C) It may not … Continue →
After a Challenge Impossible, how long does the Mover, and the Third Party if siding with the Mover, have to write a Solution?
After a Challenge Impossible, the Third Party is assumed to be a solver unless he declares neutral. What is the time limit for the Third Party to declare neutral?