''T-H-I-S''??? i don't get it!!
I think it is supposed to be: Railroad Crossing: Can you spell this without r's?
It means to literally spell "this."
AILAOD COSSING THAT'S HOW YOU SPELL WITH NO 'R''S
Answer should be "T-H-A-T"
(Can you spell that without any "R"s)
Can you spell "T-H-A-T" without any "R"s
Or Jacob has it right, if the question is "Railroad Crossing - can you spell this without any 'r's" the answer would be "T-H-I-S"
what the crap........maybe some people need a spelling lesson
it should be spell that without any r-s so your really spelling the word" that" without r,s
The question is "can you spell THAT without any r's". The words "RAILROAD CROSSING....." are intended to throw you off.
It's a statement, followed by a seperate Question:
Can You Spell "THIS" without any Rs?
When asked correctly, The person assumes You wanted them to spell "RAILROAD CROSSING", but really you asked them to spell "THIS"...
RAILROAD CROSSING- can you spell "that" without any r's? It, actually has nothing to do with the RAILROAD CROSSING. It is a way to tell if you are paying attention to the question, itself. "can you spell (THAT or THIS), depending on which version was used. Hope this helps you! Pam
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