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Monday, 18 December 2017

Easy Christmas Quiz

Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-

Q 1. America is home to a national Christmas tree! The tree is traditionally lit by who?




Options:-

A US senator dressed as Santa
Beyoncé
The First Lady
The US President



Q 2. Which of these statements is correct regarding Bing Crosby’s hit ‘White Christmas’?


Options:-
It makes reindeers cry
It is the best selling Christmas song of all time

Q 3. The Three Kings famously brought baby Jesus some lovely gifts. Which of these wasn’t one of them?


Options:-
Frankincense
Straw
Myrrh
Gold

Q 4. Candy canes; the funnest way to rot your teeth! But do you know why they were invented in the first place?


Options:-
To keep kids quiet in church
As staffs for tiny shepherds


Q 5. Due to its pagan roots, we also honour plants at Christmas time. But which of these yuletide plants are commonly called ‘phoradendron’ or ‘tree thief’?



Options:-

Holly
Mistletoe

Q 6. According to The Bible, which animals were present at the birth of baby Jesus?



Options:-

Swans
Monkeys
None were mentioned
Giraffes

Q 7. Myrrh’ is well known for being the most difficult word to say in kid's Christmas Nativity Plays. But what was it commonly associated with when presented to baby Jesus?



Options:-

Death
Christmas

Q 8. The Royal Christmas Message is a big part of Christmas for many Brits. How many monarchs have broadcast it to date?



Options:-

One
Three

Q 9. A special Christmas cake is passed around at Christmas time in Macedonia. What is usually hidden inside?



Options:-

A pearl
A coin
A cross
A bullet

Q 10. Some Christmas traditions are pretty nuanced. Which of these do Norwegians do on Christmas eve?



Options:-

Ostracize the elderly
Light a candle, blow it out, light it again
Smash all the plates
Hide the brooms

Q 11. Ooh la la, Christmas in France is a classy occasion. But why is it called ‘Noel’?



Options:-

It refers to Saint Nicholas
It refers to ‘the good news’ of Jesus’ birth
It refers to New Year celebrations
It’s just a jolly festive word

Q 12. Christmas is celebrated by lots of different Christian sects. On which date does the Orthodox Community usually begin Christmas celebrations?



Options:-

5th January
31st December
20th December
25th December

Q 13. According to Australian urban legend, when Santa rocks up to Aussie shores, he ditches the reindeer and instead enlists the help of six kangaroos known as _______.



Options:-

Bungabungas
Bogans
Boomers
Barneys

Q 14. These are a popular addition to the Christmas table throughout the UK. What wouldn’t you find inside?



Options:-

A sprig of mistletoe
A strip of explosive
A toy
A paper crown

Q 15. Christmas trees don’t just look pretty, they give out lovely life-giving oxygen. An acre of Christmas trees will provide oxygen for how many people?



Options:-

8
38

Q 16. “I’ll ask Mrs. Klaus”. This is a shopping mall Santa code used in which situation?



Options:-

When a parent asks Santa out on a date
When a kid asks a difficult question
When a kid starts crying
When Santa needs a bathroom break

Q 17. Take a look at the traditional Sinterklaas celebrations. They take place in which country?



Options:-

Poland
Latvia
France
The Netherlands

Q 18. Japan has some curious Christmas customs. What are single ladies over the age of 26 at Christmas sometimes cruelly referred to as?



Options:-

Roasto Potato (Roast Potatoes)
Kurisamu Keki (Christmas Cakes)
Shingeru Santa (Single Santa)
Kentucky Fried Chicken

Q 19. The theme of the White House Christmas tree is famously chosen by the First Lady. Who chose the theme ‘joy to all’?


Options:-
Michelle Obama
Hillary Clinton
Melania Trump
Barbara Bush

Q 20. This house played host to one of the most successful Christmas movies EVER. But which one of these quotes from the film isn’t quite correct?



Options:-

“This is my house, I have to defend it”
“I’m eating junk and watching rubbish, you better come and stop me”
“Buzz, your girlfriend… MEOW”
“You guys give up, or are you thirsty for more?”

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