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Where are Ronaldo and Messi from?
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Where are Ronaldo and Messi from?
Portugal and Argentina
Which are the FOUR most well-known professional sports in the USA?
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Which are the FOUR most well-known professional sports in the USA?
Baseball, basketball, American football and hockey
What nationality is Djokovic?
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What nationality is Djokovic?
Serbian
Where does rugby come from?
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Where does rugby come from?
England / The UK
Which countries is "curling" popular in? (Name TWO)
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Which countries is "curling" popular in? (Name TWO)
Canada and the USA
Which animal has got a trunk?
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Which animal has got a trunk?
The elephant
Where does the platypus live?
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Where does the platypus live?
In Australia
What do koalas eat?
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What do koalas eat?
Leaves of trees
Which TWO animals have got a hump?
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Which TWO animals have got a hump?
The camel and the dromedary
What's the most characteristic feature of zebras?
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What's the most characteristic feature of zebras?
Their black and white stripes
What do the following items have in common: cheese, sugar, milk, bread?
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What do the following items have in common: cheese, sugar, milk, bread?
They all are UNCOUNTABLE.
What type of food is watermelon?
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What type of food is watermelon?
Fruit
What's in pancakes? (Name THREE ingredients)
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What's in pancakes? (Name THREE ingredients)
Eggs, milk and butter
Where do the following items come from: chocolate, potato, corn?
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Where do the following items come from: chocolate, potato, corn?
America
What's the national dish of Scotland?
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What's the national dish of Scotland?
Haggis
How do you describe someone who is NOT beautiful?
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How do you describe someone who is NOT beautiful?
Ugly
What adjective describes Bart Simpson best?
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What adjective describes Bart Simpson best?
Naughty
What adjective describes Lisa Simpson best?
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What adjective describes Lisa Simpson best?
Intelligent, clever, smart.
When you eat something you don't like, you say...
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When you eat something you don't like, you say...
It's disgusting!
A friend that makes you laught a lot is ...
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A friend that makes you laught a lot is ...
Funny
What's the plural form of MOUSE? (SPELL IT)
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What's the plural form of MOUSE? (SPELL IT)
Mice
What's the gerund of HAPPEN? (SPELL IT)
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What's the gerund of HAPPEN? (SPELL IT)
Happening (NO DOUBLE N)
What's the comparative form of GOOD-LOOKING?
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What's the comparative form of GOOD-LOOKING?
Better-looking
What do the following verbs have in common: love, hate, own, smell?
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What do the following verbs have in common: love, hate, own, smell?
They're STATE VERBS and, therefore, do not allow continuous tenses.
What are the PS and PP of the following verbs: grow, lend, hit and understand?
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What are the PS and PP of the following verbs: grow, lend, hit and understand?
Grew, grown / Lent, lent / Hit, hit / understood, understood.
When is Thanksgiving celebrated in the USA?
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When is Thanksgiving celebrated in the USA?
On the last Thursday of November




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