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  • Think Big Big Big Big Big Big Big Big Think Big

  • IQ challengeWhich letter completes the puzzle?

  • IQ Challenge

  • 4 Looking across and down 789/ 468/ 1?7 741/ 86?/987

  • 4 The middle number is the sum of the two other numbers above and below divided by 2

  • IQ ChallengeBDGPVC?

  • How to Make Instant Noodles Starting in top left, and working in a Z shape around the circles,Letters follow the alphabetic sequence,Skipping 1,2,3. etc.., letters at a time.

  • How to Make Instant Noodles Using your basic knowledge, make ten questions about making Ramyun.

  • How to Make Instant Noodles 1. What is the first thing you have to do before making Raymyun? 2. What do you need to make Raymyun? 3. What is the first step? 4. What should be done after you pour water into the pot.

  • How to Make Instant Noodles 5. Before putting the noodles, what do you have to do with water? 6. After the water is boiled, what will you do? 7. What is the next step after the noodles are cooked?

  • How to Make Instant Noodles 8. What should be done to blend noodles and the soup base 9. What will you do for extra taste? 10. What should be done after you put more ingredients in?

  • TERMS ?Dice Slice: /Sift: Squeeze: /Grate: Drain: Roll dough: Dish out: Pot Soup basenoodlesbowl

  • TERMS eggplant ginger red pepper onion Green onion spring onion mushroom pepper mustard vinegar sesame lettuce soy sauce bean paste red pepper paste

    Main verbs can describe events and states. The distinction between events and states is important because we generally avoid using state verbs in continuous tenses.Following a logical sequence, can you complete this puzzle.Main verbs can describe events and states. The distinction between events and states is important because we generally avoid using state verbs in continuous tenses.Main verbs can describe events and states. The distinction between events and states is important because we generally avoid using state verbs in continuous tenses.Main verbs can describe events and states. The distinction between events and states is important because we generally avoid using state verbs in continuous tenses.Main verbs can describe events and states. The distinction between events and states is important because we generally avoid using state verbs in continuous tenses.Base: substance into which other things are mixed.Base: substance into which other things are mixed.This time well learn vegetables and ingredients for cooking.If you see a Korean word for vegetables and ingredients for cooking, you should say it in English The word is supposed to be shown automatically and then the answer is also fly up for ten seconds.But dont worry. Probably you know words, I know