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Jeopardy (board game about brazil)

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  • 1. Population/ Geography History/ Economy Culture/ Curiosities 100 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 300 400 400 400 500 500 500 600 600 600 700 Final Question: 1000
  • 2. True or False • Brazil is the largest country in South America by land mass with Argentina being the second. True Go back
  • 3. Choose the correct answer • Brazil has the________largest economy in the world. • A) eighth • A) eighth Go back C) twelfth B) twentieth
  • 4. True or False • Brazil has the second highest Christian population in the world. • True Go back
  • 5. Answer • How many people live in Brazil? • Almost 200 million people live in Brazil. This makes it the fifth largest country in the world in terms of population. Go back
  • 6. True or False • Brazil produces 15% of the world’s supply of coffee. • False • Brazil produces 25% of the world’s supply of coffee. The world’s best and most delicious coffee is produced in Brazil. Go back
  • 7. True or False • Brazilian Carnival falls on a different date every year • True • It is celebrated 40 days before Easter Go back
  • 8. True or False • Brazilian cats also have nine lives. • False • Brazilian cats have only seven lives, not nine! Go back
  • 9. Answer • When did Portuguese people first arrive in Brazil? • 1500 Go back
  • 10. Choose the correct answer • Why is the country named Brazil? • A)Because of a native Indian tribe • B) Because a famous tree • C) Because Brazil is its discoverer’s last name • B) It was after a famous tree Go back
  • 11. True or False • Portuguese is the fourth most spoken language among western languages. • False • It is the eighth most spoken language on the planet and third among western languages, after English and Castilian Spanish. Go back
  • 12. True or False • Every Brazilian city has at least one soccer stadium • True Go back
  • 13. True or False • Brazil has the fourth highest number of airports in the world • False • It has the second highest number of airports in the world Go back
  • 14. True or False • Brazil has the world’s widest road; the Monumental Axis can hold 100 cars driving side by side. • False • Axis can hold 160 cars driving side by side. Go back
  • 15. All the teams play • What did the Brazilian Alberto Santos Dumont invent? • The airplane Go back
  • 16. All teams play • What is the percentage of Asians who live in Brazil? • 0.5% of the population (about 1 million people) who live in Brazil are Asian. • The largest Japanese population existing outside of Japan is located in São Paulo. Go back
  • 17. All teams play • When did Brazil declare independence from Portugal? • on September 7, 1822 Go back
  • 18. True or False • Voting in the elections is compulsory in Brazil for everyone between the ages of 18-65 • True. Go back
  • 19. All teams play • How many native language are spoken in Brazil? • More than 180 native languages spoken in Brazil. • Go back
  • 20. Answer • How old can a person start drinking and driving in Brazil? • Both 18 Go back
  • 21. Answer • In Brazil, if you are suddenly fired, you will receive a financial help from the government for the next 3 months or until you get a new job, whichever is the first. • False • For the next 6 months. Go back