Scoil: Beann Gulban (uimhir rolla 3301)

Suíomh:
Coillte Céir, Co. Shligigh
Múinteoir:
Áine, Bean Mhic Giolla Mhártain

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Ar an leathanach seo

I. Black within and black without, good things go in and good things come out.
Ans:- An Oven.
II. A wee, wee pony with flowing tail and a little man with brassy hood is driving him into the wood.
Ans:- A needle and thread and a thimble.
III. The king of Manchester sent to his sister a bottomless tub to hold flesh and blood.
Ans:- A ring.
IV. What never was and never will be look at your hand and you'll plainly see.
Ans:- Five fingers not the same length.
V. Blackie and Whitie went over the hill; Blackie came back and Whitie stood still.
Ans:- A black hen laying an egg.
VI. Round the wood and round the wood and never touches the wood.
Ans:- The bark of a tree.
VII. Through the wood and through the wood and never touches the wood.
Ans:- A knife in a man's pocket.
VIII. Why is a man who is been hanged

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