AILO at Home

We have put together some AILO puzzles for secondary school students to do while they are a home. These are fun problems which encourage you to develop your lateral-thinking skills and learn a little about a new language. They are also closely linked with the school curricula and the PISA problem-solving competencies.

Q1. As Easy as 2-3-5 and As Easy as 2-3-5 Solution

Q2. I Found and I was Happy and I Found and I was Happy Solution

Q3. People and Places and People and Places Solution

Q4. Maori Loanwords and Maori Loanwords Solution

Q5. Transitions and Transitions Solution

Q6. Free the Friulian Three and Free the Friulian Three Solution

Q7. Georgias always on the mind and Georgias always on the mind Solution

Q8. Elder Futhark Runes and Elder Futhark Runes Solution

Q9. Palmyrene and Palmyrene Solution

Q10. Big dog, old bull, strong horse and Big dog, old bull, strong horse Solution

Q11. Read and Write Nepali and Read and Write Nepali Solution

Q12. Adam Peterson’s Grandmother and Adam Peterson’s Grandmother Solution

Q13. Ye Olde English Problem and Ye Olde English Problem Solution

Q14. Making a mark in Choctaw and Making a mark in Choctaw Solution

Q15. Basqing in the Sun and Basqing in the Sun Solution

Q16. German Mix n Match and German Mix n Match Solution

Q17. Malay and Malay Solution

Q18. Turkish Bath Time and Turkish Bath Time Solution

Q19. Kairak Verb Forms and Kairak Verb Forms Solution

Q20. Zuni and Zuni Solution

Q21. What would Sir Roy Say and What would Sir Roy say Solution

Q22. The house can’t eat you and The house can’t eat you Solution

Q23. Trilingual Characters and Trilingual Characters Solution

Q24. It’s all Greek to me and It’s all Greek to me Solution

Q25. What’s the Time in Tallinn and What’s the Time in Tallinn Solution

Q26. Lontara and Lontara Solution

Q27. Learning Yidiny and Learning Yidiny Solution

Q28. Hungarian Rocks and Hungarian Rocks Solution

Q29. A case of Pali and A case of Pali Solution

Q30. Hawaiian and Hawaiian Solution

Q.31. Cippus Abellanus and Cippus Abellanus Solution

Q32. Up the Creek for Firewood and Up the Creek for Firewood Solution

Q33. As easy as one, two, three (again) and As easy as one, two, three (again) Solution

Q34. Malteaser and Malteaser Solution

Q35. Do you speak Ndebele and Do you speak Ndebele Solution

Q36. Writing up in Hanunó’o and Writing up in Hanunó’o Solution

Q37. Harmongolian and Harmongolian Solution

Q38. Lopit or hate it and Lopit or hate it Solution

Q39. Watch that cow and Watch that cow Solution

You can also try puzzles (grab some paper) on the AILO Online Portal  or head over to the Puzzle Page for links to each year’s puzzles.