TRIVIA GAME YEAR 5
Created on Sun Nov 24 2019 19:38:42 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
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INTERACTIVE TRIVIA GAME
COUNTRIE & NATIONALITIES
What's the meaning of "Brexit?
WHAT IS THE CAPITAL OF THE UNITED KINGDOM?
Who is the successor of the Queen Elizabeth II?
False. They have lunch at 18:00
In the UK, people usually have dinner at 21:30. True or false
"Big brother" programme was originally from a Dutch TV show. Yes or no
The capital of the USA is...
False. George Washington was the first president in 1789
The first president of the USA was Obama. True or false.
The capital of Australia is...
People from Cardiff are...
The most important language in India is...
Uk is composed of: Scotland, Wales, England and...
What is the currency of the Republic of Ireland?
FALSE. It's bakery
"panadería" in English is: buther's. TRUE OR FALSE
Who works in the Town Hall?
Frutería y verdulería
Cocina. Cocinero es cook
"cooker" means:¿"cocinero" o "cocina"?
"How much" because it's uncountable
Honey is used with "how much" or "how many" Why?
What's the meaning of main square?
She is running now
What's wrong in this sentence:She is runing now
There aren't ____lentils here.Any or some?
Some because this is an exception
Would you like____tea?"Some" or Any"?
They......at the cinema. was or were?
How do you say in English "tren de alta velocidad?
she was at school
What is wrong here? She were at school
Mary have/has a ponytail
Have/has my friends at home?
How often do/does you eat fruit?
It's cheaper than
How do you say "Es más caro que"?
It's more colourful than
How do you say " Es más colorido que"?
Thanksgiving is celebrated to give thanks. True or false
Propósitos para el nuevo año
What's the meaning of New Year's resolution?
Christmas Eve means___
False. It comes from the Celtic tradition.
Halloween celebration comes from the USA tradition.True or false.
What do children look for at Easter?
False. This meal is eaten on Thanksgiving day
Cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes are typical food at Chrismas in the USA. True or false.