This is a listing of my most popular quizzes posted during 2018. They cover a range of topics, from travel to geometry, English idioms to satellite imagery, and more! Now is your chance to catch up on the quizzes you missed. You can vote for each quiz, so help your favourite quiz reach the top of the page. In each case, click the title to go to the quiz.
Click the title to go to the quiz. This quiz is all about saying “Hello” in different languages. There are several here that are fairly international, but some should provide a bit of a challenge. At a whopping 880 views, my most popular quiz of 2018!
Click the title to go to the quiz. This is a fun quiz where you get to identify major European cities from satellite images. In each case, I show you the image, and you choose the correct city. Dead easy!
Click the title to go to the quiz. As commonly understood, a polygon is a two-dimensional plane bound by a number of straight lines. Familiar examples of polygons are a triangle and a square. See how much you know about this fundamental geometric concept with my fun quiz 🙂
Click the title to go to the quiz. This is a fun quiz about official, unofficial, or informal terms for people from different parts of Australia & New Zealand (apologies if some are viewed as derogatory). In each case, I give you the term, and you choose the correct state/territory/region. Dead easy!
Click the title to go to the quiz. This is a fun quiz all about the common confusion between the two central European countries of Slovenia and Slovakia. Although their histories are somewhat similar, they aren’t even neighbours!
Click the title to go to the quiz. Homophones are words which sound similar but have different meanings. In each case below, I give you a meaning and you choose the correct word from the homophones which follow. Easy-peasy? Of course it is!
Click the title to go to the quiz. French and English share tens of thousands of similar words, thanks to the Normans who conquered England almost a thousand years ago, bringing their language with them. Some are identical in spelling and meaning, so-called vrais amis (‘true friends’), but some are faux amis (‘false friends’) and have been the cause of many an awkward moment in international conversation! For each question, I’ll give you a French word, and you just need to choose the correct meaning from the choices below. Sounds easy? That’s because it is!
Click the title to go to the quiz. This fun quiz tests your knowledge of Indian cuisine and Indian geography. I give you a term, and you choose whether it is the name of a state or territory, or that of a dish. Too easy? Try it now and see!