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Saturday, 16 December 2017

Easy Christmas Quiz 3

Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-

Q 1. Candy canes are a popular treat at Christmas time. But what are they designed to resemble?




Options:-

Sad drooping wands
The spirit of Christmas
Snowdrops
Shepherds staffs


Q 2. Did you know America has a national Christmas tree? It’s located in the following US city?



Options:-

Seattle
Washington D.C.
New York
Boston

Q 3. These days, most Christmas trees are grown _____?



Options:-

In Antarctica
In the wild
On farms
In Siberia

Q 4. We all want to make a visit to Christmas Town. But what is Christmas Island?



Options:-

A make-believe island
An island in the Indian Ocean
An artificial construction in Dubai
A USA military outpost

Q 5. One of these British Christmas desserts isn’t satisfied with being delicious, it also gets set on fire! Which one of these is it?



Options:-

Christmas cake
Gingerbread men
Figgy pudding
Christmas pudding

Q 6. Prior to Coca-Cola colonizing Christmas, what colour was the traditional ‘Santa’ character usually depicted in?



Options:-

Orange
Red
Green
Purple

Q 7. One of these religious figures is said to be the first to add candles to Christmas trees, the holy rogue! Do you know which one it is? 




Options:-
Mother Theresa
Martin Luther

Q 8. Christmas trees are everywhere these days, like a festive infestation. But which British Royal helped popularize the practice of having Christmas trees indoors?



Options:-

Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth I
Queen Victoria

Q 9. “Awaaaaay In A Manger”! Sorry, just having a little sing song. But what in the name of Christmas is a ‘manger’?



Options:-

A feeding trough
A bed of straw

Q 10. This English writer was particularly festive! Not only did he write a famous book set at Christmas time, but he used to start the day with two tablespoons of rum mixed with cream. Do you know his name?




Options:-
Geoffrey Chaucer
Lewis Carroll
Oscar Wilde
Charles Dickens

Q 11. There is one Christmas ballet that charms them all. But do you know who composed ‘The Nutcracker’?



Options:-

Mozart
Bach
Tchaikovsky
Mandel

Q 12. The White House plays host to a magnificent tree every year. In which year did it have its first official Christmas tree?



Options:-

1919
1929

Q 13. Snowmen are the stoic cheerleaders of Christmas. But which artist was commissioned to sculpt a snowman for the ruler of Florence in 1494?



Options:-

Donnatello
Raphael
Michelangelo
Leonardo

Q 14. The ‘Star of Bethlehem’ is thought to be a real event. Astronomers believe it to be an astrological conjunction between which two planets?



Options:-
Mars and Venus
Saturn and Jupiter

Q 15. The humble Christmas card is a quintessential part of Christmas. But which film was inspired by a Christmas card?



Options:-

Elf
A Christmas Story
White Christmas
It's a Wonderful Life

Q 16. As part of a Christmas tradition, one British Prince served his juniors Christmas dinner in Afghanistan. Who was it?



Options:-

Prince Charles
Prince George
Prince Harry
Prince William

Q 17. One drinks company is known for having a big impact on Christmas, including proliferating the song ‘Holidays Are Coming’. But do you know in which state they were founded?



Options:-

Illinois
Tennessee
Georgia
Milwaukee

Q 18. Christmas isn’t the most mature time of year, as exemplified by Grandma Dorris wrestling Uncle Billy for the TV remote. But how long does it take for Christmas trees to mature?



Options:-

6 to 10 years
1 to 5 years

Q 19. You might know about ‘The Miracle On 34th Street’. But what does ‘The Miracle of 1511’ refer to?



Options:-

The birth of a female Jesus in Hungary
100 snowmen built in Brussels
A Christmas heatwave in Italy
A Christmas day total eclipse

Q 20. Calling ‘Christmas’ ‘Xmas’ can be controversial. But which of these is untrue about the term ‘Xmas’?



Options:-

The use of ‘Xmas’ dates back to the 16th century
‘Xmas should never be used on Christmas cards’ according to Vogue 1948
X means ‘Cri’ in Greek and thus refers to Christ
Lord Byron used the term in 1815


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