Correlation Does Not Imply Causation

    For questions 1 – 3, consider this sentence:
    "She likes to in order to get ."
  1. For the first blank, please give a one-syllable that is an activity someone does.

    As an example, 'She likes to swim in order to get fit.'
  2. For the second blank, please give an adjective (using 1 or 2 syllables) that is a result of doing the activity from what you filled in for the first blank.

    As an example, 'She likes to swim in order to get fit.'
  3. Using 1 or 2 syllables, please give a plural noun that people who do the activity from the first blank are especially likely to own.

  4. For questions 4 & 5, consider this sentence:
    I've found that when I'm , I often seem to ."
  5. Using 1 or 2 syllables, please give an adjective that is an emotion you feel when you do the action in question 5.

    As an example, 'I've found that when I'm happy, I often seem to giggle.'
  6. Using 1 or 2 syllables, state a verb that is an action you tend to do when you feel the emotion in question 4.

    As an example, 'I've found that when I'm happy, I often seem to giggle.'
  7. Please give a noun (using up to 3 syllables) that is a rate that is measured each year for the whole country.

  8. Please give a noun (using 1 or 2 syllables) that is an example of something a person has that may change in length over the years.

    For example, your hair and nails will grow over time.