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  • 1. 

    Guess the phrase. _ o _ l d _ n    _a t e    b _ i _ _ e Category: Thing

    Explanation
    The phrase consists of two words. The first word has the letters "g", "o", "l", "d", "e", and "n" in it, and the second word has the letters "g", "a", "t", "e", "b", "r", "i", "d", "g", and "e" in it. The phrase is commonly known as a famous landmark located in San Francisco, California, which is the Golden Gate Bridge.

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    Guess the phrase r_ _ n i _ g    _ o _ s    a _ _    c _ t s Category: Idiom

    Explanation
    The phrase "raining dogs and cats" is an idiom that means it is raining very heavily. It is not meant to be taken literally, but rather as a way to describe a torrential downpour.

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  • 3. 

    Guess the phrase _ h e    s _ i d _ r    m _ n Category: person

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "the spider man" because the phrase has the same number of letters and the same arrangement of letters as the given phrase. The category "person" also suggests that the answer should be a person's name, and "the spider man" fits this criteria.

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    Guess the phrase _ _ w    y _ r _    c i _ y Category: city

    Explanation
    The phrase is "New York City". The blanks in the phrase are filled with the letters "ne" and "k" which form the word "new" and "york" respectively. The word "city" completes the phrase. Therefore, the correct answer is "New York City".

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    Guess the phrase w _ _ e l    _ f    f _ r t u _ _ Category: Game show

    Explanation
    The given phrase is "w _ _ e l _ f f _ r t u _ _". By filling in the blanks, we can form the phrase "wheel of fortune". This phrase is commonly associated with the game show "Wheel of Fortune".

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    Guess the phrase _ e l _ v _ s _ o n    _ _ t Category: technology

    Explanation
    The phrase "television set" fits the given clue. The phrase has 13 letters and matches the pattern _ e l _ v _ s _ o n _ _ _ t. It is related to the category of technology, as a television set is a common electronic device used for watching broadcasts and streaming content.

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  • 7. 

    Guess the phrase s t _ t _ s    _ _    m _ t t _ r Category: science

    Explanation
    The phrase "s t _ t _ s" can be completed as "states." The phrase "_ _" does not provide any information. The phrase "m _ t t _ r" can be completed as "matter." Therefore, the complete phrase is "states of matter." This phrase is related to the category of science, specifically the topic of states of matter.

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  • 8. 

    Guess the phrase p _ c _ _ i c    o _ _ a n Category: body of water

    Explanation
    The phrase being guessed is "p _ c _ _ i c    o _ _ a n" and the category is "body of water". The correct answer is "pacific ocean".

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    Guess the phrase c _ i n _ _ e    _ h _ c k _ _ s Category: board game

    Explanation
    The phrase is "chinese checkers" which is a board game. The missing letters are "h", "e", and "c". By filling in these missing letters, we get the correct answer "chinese checkers".

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    Guess the phrase _ a r _ _    p o _ t _ r Category: book character

    Explanation
    The phrase is "harry potter". This is a book character from the "Harry Potter" series.

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