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“Noun on the Noun” Word Puzzle

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Quiz Guy John Chaneski has a prepositional puzzle in which each answer has a noun on either end of the words on the. For example, if you want to get the average person’s views, you might seek out a male adult standing in the road. In that case, whose opinion would you get? This is part of a complete episode.


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