The idea of using illustrated pictures and letters to depict words and phrases extends all the way back to the Middle Ages, where it became a favourite form of writing surnames. The name 'Rebus' meanwhile is actually derived from Latin – because of course it is – where “Non verbis, sed rebus” meant “not by words but by things”. And now, dear friends, you’re going tested in this ancient form of word creation. How well do you think you can uncover the words and phrases hidden behind the pictures you’re about to see? We'd say it's time to find out. Onward!
Did you know that thinking in another language allows you to view the world in a more rational way? It’s true! Bypassing your usual thought processes enables your brain to see things in a different light – one that may help you come to grips with more difficult situations faster.
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