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Sunday, 22 April 2018

Aussie Slang Quiz

Alternative Name: Test Your Aussie Slang
Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-

Q 1. What is ‘arvo’ in Australian?



Options:-

Aardvark 
Afternoon
Avocado 
Arty person

Q 2. 
Do you know what a ‘tinny’ is?


Options:-
A beer 
A hut with a tin roof
An outhouse 
A small child

Q 3. 
If someone tells you to bring your ‘bathers’ – what do they want you to bring?


Options:-
Your cricket bat 
Your bathing suit
Your dog 
Your wits

Q 4. 
What does ‘devo’ mean in Australia?


Options:-
A new housing development 
Devastated
Definitely 
A religious service

Q 5. 
What does ‘pash’ mean in Australia?



Options:-

To be embarrassed 
Your neighbourhood
A scarf 
To kiss

Q 6. 
What is ‘dunny’ Australian slang for?



Options:-

A finished product 
A stupid person
An Australian person 
A toilet

Q 7. 
What are ‘thongs’ in Australia?



Options:-
Flip-flops 
Flannel shirt
Surfing attire 
Underwear

Q 8. 
What is a ‘bogan’ in Aussie slang?



Options:-

A poisonous snake 
An uncultured person
A boring person 
An outside toilet

Q 9. 
What does it mean if you ‘spit the dummy’ in Australia?



Options:-

Pretentiously reject something 
Get excited about something
Have a tantrum 
Make fun of somebody

Q 10. 
What does ‘as crook as Rookwood’ mean in Australia?



Options:-
Very angry 
Extremely ill
Deliriously happy 
Very deceitful

Q 11. When something is ‘chockers’, what is it?



Options:-

Very stupid 
Very annoying
Very full 
Very spicy

Q 12. 
When an Aussie tells you that something is ‘a ripper’, what do they mean?


Options:-
It’s really boring 
It’s really great
It’s too expensive 
It’s really far away

Q 13. 
What in the world is a ‘mozzie’?


Options:-
A monster spider 
An overpopulated town
A moshpit 
A mosquito

Q 14. 
Where is ‘woop woop’?


Options:-
A posh capital city 
Somewhere far away
Western Australia 
The back of the house

Q 15. 
When someone is ‘sooking’, what are they doing?



Options:-

Swimming 
Spying on people
Sulking 
Laughing

Q 16. 
‘Go and put it in the ‘stubbie holder’’. What have you been asked to do?



Options:-

Put your clothes back in the cupboard 
Put your food back in the fridge
Put your drink in an insulated cooler 
Park the car in the garage

Q 17. 
If something is ‘Fair Dinkum’. What is it?



Options:-
Surprising 
Difficult
Amazing 
Genuine

Q 18. 
What is a ‘Fair crack of the whip’?



Options:-

A very dodgy deal 
A chance to succeed at something
Something for nothing 
A surprising outcome

Q 19. 
Your work colleague just told you that she had a ‘dingo’s breakfast’. What did she eat?



Options:-

Someone else’s breakfast 
She didn’t eat at all
Beef jerky 
Kangaroo

Q 20. 
Something just ‘carked it’. What happened?



Options:-
Something died or stopped working 
It increased in importance
It became very serious and complicated 
It became more expensive

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