Please excuse this long preamble. The point of this game is to weld combinations as another way of spelling/saying words. For instance, for the word "foreign" you might have far and in. I want you to put a pair of already existing words together in order to forge approximations of familiar words. But the spelling has to be different in both parts from the original word. I would like you to do only two syllable words. Please do not use proper nouns for the original words or the pairings. In the pairings --each must be legitimate words --not just sounds. Now their might be several different ways of approximating the sound of the original word. As I said, I want you to do only two syllable orginal words. Some words may have three syllables but many may pronounce them with just two. I hope I have covered enough of the ground rules. Here's trusting I don't have to add any more rules. The following are some I came up with. They are not in alphabetical order as you will see. Cannot : kin not Cement : see meant Believe : bee leave Battle : bad ill Mystery : miss tree Decade : deck aid People : pee pull Before : bee four Token : toe kin Barely : bear lee Prior : pry er Auto : aw toe Or Ought oh Soften : saw fin Average : air fridge Certain : sir tin Somewhat : sum watt Halfway : have whey Pocket : pa kit Okay, let's see how you'll do with this exercise.