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New Quiz- Do You Know?


Robin Biznis December 17.2019 Belgrade, Serbia

New Quiz- Do You Know?

In this quiz, I will ask questions from different fields.

I try to be from different periods.

I give you three answers, one of which is correct.

Your task is to answer all eight questions to test your knowledge.

I want you to know.

Let’s begin.

  • Question of

    Do you know what Pandora’s box is as the last one to keep?

    • Hope
    • Death
    • Love
  • Question of

    There is a Serbian Soldier’s Cemetery in Thessaloniki, Greece. Do you know what the name Zeitlinlik came from?

    • On the hill where the cemetery is located.
    • .After the first man who was the keeper of the cemetery.
    • Because oil was sold here.
  • Question of

    Do you know why American actor Paul Newman has never seen his beautiful blue eyes?

    • Because they were not blue but green.
    • He did not like to look in the mirror.
    • Because he was a Daltonist.
  • Question of

    Which of the following colors does not have any vegetables?

    • Purple.
    • Rose.
    • Blue.
  • Question of

    Do you know how many ways in Finnish to describe a hangover?

    • In18 ways.
    • In 40 ways.
    • In 92 ways.
  • Question of

    Do you know whose mythology belongs to the goddess Isis?

    • Egyptian mythology.
    • Greek mythology.
    • Roman mythology.
  • Question of

    Do you know the name of the author who wrote his first novel called Hatter’s Castle?

    • Charles Dickens
    • George Orwell
    • Archibald Cronin
  • Question of

    Do you know which European country mass protests and strikes over pension reforms are taking place?

    • United Kingdom.
    • France.
    • Greece


What do you think?

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  1. I got 6 of these correct – but not the ones on Serbia and Paul Newman.

    I had to look up “Daltonist”, as I wondered why being a follower of the ideas of John Dalton – which is what I had taken the word to mean – would have the effect you describe. A better way of phrasing it would have been “he suffered from Daltonism” or “he was colour-blind”.

    I reckon that the question about the Serbian cemetery – informative though it is – hardly counts as general knowledge! What is the full story about the name derivation?

    • I have just checked this story. The name (which incidentally is Zeitenlik) derives from a Turkish word meaning “olive”, because the site was originally an olive plantation. If oil was sold there it had to be olive oil, not motor fuel!

      • Zeitinlik is a Turkish word and indicates the place where the oil for sale was sold, not the engine oil.
        I accept your remark that the matter does not fall within the general culture.OK.
        Consider yourself 6/7
        One knows what Daltonism is.
        As for Daltonism, if I were an Englishman like you and I probably wouldn’t describe how you suggested: A better way of phrasing it would have been “he lost from Daltonism” or “he was color-blind”.
        You see, I’m not English, I’m using a text editor.
        it is called
        You can try it in the texts you posted.
        I am and I found you to be wrong as an Englishman.
        But I’ve never written it to you before.
        Now I am.

        • I do appreciate the difficulty, and also the efforts that I know you go to in order to make your contributions to Virily in what is a foreign language for you.

          I hope you don’t mind the occasional correction – it is only offered as a help to you so that you can pick up lots of hints about how we native speakers use the language.

          As for, I am not convinced by it in all circumstances. For one thing, i speak and write British English, and grammarly is an American product. There are many differences between the colloquial English of different parts of the English-speaking world.

          Merry Christmas, Robin!

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