Thursday, 13 December 2018

Lucky Wheel Quiz

Alternative Name: Spin The Lucky Wheel Quiz


Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-


Q 1. Let’s get started! Spin the wheel and see where it stops – then use the CLUES on the cards on the side to answer the questions correctly! At the end, we will tally up your points!



Option:-
Spin Wheel

Q 2. Answer this question to get the points on the wheel! Look at the clue cards and tell us in which country would you find these two things?



Option:-
Brazil
Canada
Australia
Africa

Q 3. Look at the clues on the cards and find the singer that sang these two songs!



Option:-
Madonna
Lana Del Rey
Sinead O’Connor
Lady Gaga

Q 4. What are we referring to here?



Option:-
Insects
Events
Flowers
Trees

Q 5. The wheel spins again! Look at the clues to figure out which event we are referring to.



Option:-
Thanksgiving
Christmas
Easter
Independence Day

Q 6. Tricky, tricky. The wheel is trying to spin you out. What are these clues referring to?



Option:-
Gastronomy
Astronomy
Anatomy
Forensics

Q 7. Famous monuments! Where are these located?



Option:-
Amsterdam
London
Glasgow
Paris

Q 8. What do these two words usually relate to?



Option:-
Elves
Witches
Animals
Gnomes

Q 9. What famous series are we referring to here?



Option:-
Harry Potter
Discoworld
Star Wars
Lord of the Rings

Q 10. What type of fruits are these?



Option:-
Squash
Berries
Citrus
Melon

Q 11. Where do these foods come from?



Option:-
Germany
UK
Mexico
Italy

Q 12. In which country would you find these two landmarks?



Option:-
Italy
Switzerland
Spain
France

Q 13. Both these clues appeared as ?



Option:-
Poems
Jokes
Hymns
Comics

Q 14. In which city would you find these two places?



Option:-
Florence
Athens
Paris
Rome

Q 15. Which of these foods contains the most of these two ingredients?



Option:-
Bananas
Pomegranates
Oats
Rice

Q 16. What are we referring to here?



Option:-
Types of monkeys
A set of tools
Types of snow leopards
Types of whales

Q 17. Where do these belong?



Option:-
At court
At sea
In a church
In a chess set

Q 18. What do these two people have in common?



Option:-
Both lived in Italy for 11 years
Both were actors
Both were kidnapped
Both were assassinated

Q 19. What are these species a type of?



Option:-
Tree varieties
Whales
Types of Japanese sweets
Fish

Q 20. What are we talking about here?



Option:-
Pliers
Roof types
Sewing terms
Insect varieties

Q 21. What are we referring to here?



Option:-
Breeds of horses
Types of boats
Locations
Types of tents

Q 22. Where would you find these two cities?



Option:-
Spain
Argentina
El Salvador
Brazil

Q 23. Look at the clues on the cards to get the points shown on the wheel! What types of animals are these?



Option:-
Amphibians
Predators
Mammals
Arthropods

Q 24. Look at the clues on the cards to get the points on the wheel! Where would you find these objects?



Option:-
Hospital
Electrical mechanic’s workshop
Construction site
Dentist

Q 25. Look at the clues on the cards and score points! Which musician/s are we referring to here?



Option:-
Guns N’ Roses
Poison
David Bowie
Pink Floyd

Q 26. The wheel lights up again! Check your clues! Which star was in both films?



Option:-
Winona Ryder
Matthew Broderick
Johnny Depp
Geena Davis

Q 27. Look at the clues on the cards! We’ve decided to give you another card. The Blue card. It could be a clue or a false clue. It’s up to you if you want to use it: Which artist are we talking about?



Option:-
Pablo Picasso
Claude Monet
Diego Rivera
Frida Khalo

Q 28. If you took that last clue, you’re right, it was a useful one! Now look again at the clues on the cards. Which country links both words?



Option:-
Greece
Cyprus
Italy
England

Q 29. Look at the clues on the cards to get your points! What do these signs stand for on the periodic table?



Option:-
Non-metal
Gas
Metalloid
Metal

Q 30. Look at the clues on the wheel! There is another Blue clue, but it could also be misleading you. Take it or leave it to answer the question: Who are we talking about here?



Option:-
Julius Caesar
Diocletian
Vespasian
Tiberius

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