I’ll try to clean up the unsolved ones, too –
Shouldn’t we start with something easier?
“W” can be a vowel when it is at the end of diphthongs, such as “H” which has the same vowel sound as “has.” I’m a little confused about the last word.
*Oh…well…let’s see…this could be annoying to play. figure that out!
(ynh)* Focusing on that 6th vowel, I see.
What the hell is “nc” and where is my translation? I cannot answer that question.
Flamsterette_X, sneaky of you to just leave out the first-person pronoun t.
Hey, can we use the twenty-fifth letter of the alphabet if it’s as a consonant? Well, I can tell you that leaving it out of the first sentence made it harder for me to figure out. I still can’t get the last word – if there was another ‘f’ I’d say it was leave out the first-person pronoun of it, but I can’t figure it out as is.
My contribution for the next person:
Ths gm s hrdr thn rgnll thght t wld b.
Hr’s qstn fr : wht m tng rght nw?
nd hr’s th nswr: rk’s Ppprmnt Ptts.
Tht lst prt ws vr s.