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Thursday, 18 January 2018

Simple 6th Grade Test Quiz

Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-

Q 1. Let's start off this general knowledge quiz in the best way possible –SPICY. Where you would go to dine on this dish?



Options:-
Cuba
Thailand
Macedonia
Guernsey


Q 2. Now on to the riveting world of sport. This game involves mallets and balls, but what's it called?



Options:-
Skittles
Hockey
Croquet
Cricket

Q 3. In the US, these popular warmup exercises are known as 'jumping jacks'. But do you know what they're called in the UK?



Options:-
Jumpy's
Fun jumps
Star jumps
Jumping John's

Q 4. "The Good Friday Agreement" was an important political agreement which helped bring peace to a troubled region. In which city was it signed?



Options:-
Belfast
Rangoon
Zagreb
Mogadishu

Q 5. We all know a part-vampire American superhero who saves ordinary people from the undead, right? But do you know who starred as 'Blade' in the commercially successful film of 1998?



Options:-
Vin Diesel
Wesley Snipes
Ainsley Harriot
Samuel L Jackson

Q 6. Sunny Delight is a popular orange beverage, but it hit headlines for all the wrong reasons in the late 90s. What happened?



Options:-
It turned a girl orange
It was used in satanic rituals
It turned a man blind
It was found to contain gelatin

Q 7. These instruments are always fun and never, ever annoying. Do you know in which country they originated?



Options:-
Egypt
Spain
Morocco
Mexico

Q 8. Don't go giving this tree the 'evil eye', it's VERY protected. But, if you wanted to, where would you go to find it?



Options:-
Pakistan
Iran
Turkey
Syria

Q 9. Take a look at this guy. Stunning, am I right? Which of these facts about it is correct?



Options:-
It dwells in South America
It is closely related to a pig
It is diurnal
It is the only living species of its order

Q 10. This is an ancient city of great historical importance. In which century did it experience its 'Golden Age'?



Options:-
14th century
15th century
17th century
12th century

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