Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-
Q 1. How do you tell someone a secret without being overheard?
Q 2. Queen Elizabeth II lives in Buckingham…
Q 3. How do you spell the bird in this picture?
Q 4. Where are this couple having dinner together?
Q 5. What do you call the head teacher of a school?
Q 6. What do you call someone who doesn’t eat meat?
Q 7. Who makes sure that everyone follow the rules in a game of football?
Q 8. What is the name for a small town in the countryside?
Q 9. What do you call a very large snake?
Q 10. What do you call a country which is different from your own?
Q 11. In English we use contractions to make two words into one. Which of these contractions is incorrect?
Q 12. What do you call somebody who steals things?
Q 13. In which geographical region is Bermuda situated?
Q 14. Where would you go to bid for an item?
Q 15. What do you call the piece of paper you receive when you buy something?
Q 16. Do you know the difference between effect and affect? Which one of these sentences is correct?
Her encouragement had a good affect on his self-esteem
Jogging will have a good affect on her health
The teacher had a good effect on the boy’s grades
Leaving the lights on will effect your energy bill
Q 17. How do you spell the vegetable pictured here?
Q 18. You should wear a helmet when you ride your…
Q 19. Shakespeare is the world’s most famous…
Q 20. Many people get confused about when to use ‘some’, ‘any’, ‘no’ and ‘none’. Can you fill in the blank? We don’t have ___ coffee left.
Q 21. Which month does Valentine’s day fall on?
Q 22. Do you know how to spell the type of French bread pictured?
Q 23. What are Celsius and Fahrenheit both measurements of?
Q 24. Harry’s dad made fun of him in front of his friends. How did that make Harry feel?
Q 25. Which of these is an example of personification?
The fish swam across the river as if it was dancing
The stars winked at me
The alligator’s teeth are white daggers
The blanket was as white as snow
Q 26. A common grammar mistake is to mix up ‘who’s’ and ‘whose’. Which of these sentences is incorrect?
Who’s going to the party tonight?
Can you tell me who’s got my jacket?
Whose clothes are these?
Who’s books do these belong to?
Q 27. What is the name for the seeded red fruit in this picture?
Q 28. What should you use to blow your nose?
Q 29. Eva is feeling very stressed, who should she go to talk to about it?
Q 30. What do we call the monarchs of ancient Egypt?
Q 31. Can you name the type of Italian ham pictured in the photo?
Q 32. Which of these is an example of a simile?
She was a hurricane in his heart
He was drowning in a sea of grief
My love is like a red rose
You are my sunshine
Q 33. Which of these is NOT an example of a paradox?
Less is more
The rules are, there are no rules
You can’t save money by spending it
This is the beginning of the end
Q 34. Jane Austen’s most famous novel is called ‘Pride and…’
Q 35. What is the name for this type of dinosaur?
Q 36. Do you know what the name is for an ear, nose and throat doctor?
Q 37. What was Indiana Jones’ profession?
Q 38. Knowing when to use ‘less’ and ‘fewer’ is often something people find difficult. Which of the following sentences is wrong?
I ate fewer apples today than yesterday
I get fewer hours of sleep these days
There’s less apples in the garden today.
I cycled less than three miles today
Q 39. Many English speakers mix up ‘who’ and ‘whom’. Do you know which of these sentences is incorrect?
Okay, who do you agree with?
I have two brothers, one of whom is a scientist
With whom did you go skiing today?
Who’s going to the park today?
Q 40. Do you know the name of this underwater creature?