Languages Day Trivia Quiz
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Languages Day Trivia Quiz Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Languages Day - 2009
  • 2.  
  • 3. Theme 1 - Question 1 Flickr image by tamaradulva
  • 4. Theme 1 - Question 2
  • 5. Theme 1 - Question 3
    • Watch the video that follows and write down 5 German words that sound very similar to their English equivalent.
  • 6. Theme 1 - Question 4 Hercules Clip
  • 7. Theme 1 - Question 5 Flickr image by Now I’m Always Smiling
  • 8. Theme 1 - Question 6 Song Clip & Questions
  • 9. Theme 1 - Question 7
  • 10.  
  • 11. Theme 2 – Question 1 Flickr image by JaulaDeArdilla
  • 12. Theme 2 - Question 2 Flickr image by Zeetz Jones
  • 13. Theme 2 - Question 3
    • You could eat a different French cheese on every day of the year and still not have tasted all varieties of French cheese.
  • 14. Theme 2 - Question 4
  • 15. Theme 2 - Question 5 What is this called?
  • 16. Theme 2 - Question 6
    • It is the custom in ????? to give a colourful, cone filled with candy and small gifts to children on their very first day of school.
    Flickr image by pollas
  • 17. Theme 2 - Question 7
    • In ????? friends may greet each other by lightly kissing on the cheeks, once on the left cheek and once on the right.
  • 18. Theme 2 - Question 8 In which country might you see these? Flickr image by shinkusano
  • 19.  
  • 20. Theme 3 - Question 1 Rank the countries of France, Germany & Japan from LARGESTto SMALLEST in terms of:
  • 21. Theme 3 - Question 2 Rank the countries of France, Germany & Japan from LARGEST to SMALLEST in terms of:
  • 22. Theme 3 - Question 3
  • 23. Theme 3 - Question 4 Which of these is NOT a city in France?
    • Lyon
    • Nice
    • Marseilles
    • Brugge
    • Paris
  • 24. Theme 3 - Question 5 Which of these countries is not amongst the 4 countries that are closest to Japan?
    • North Korea
    • Russia
    • Phillipines
    • China
    • South Korea
  • 25. Theme 3 - Question 6 Which of these is further NORTH?
  • 26. Theme 3 - Question 7 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
  • 27.  
  • 28. Theme 4 – Question 1
  • 29. Theme 4 – Question 2 Flickr image by probek Flickr image by nicholas macgowan Flickr image by shaun wong
  • 30. Theme 4 – Question 3 Flickr images by dimitridf
  • 31. Theme 4 – Question 4 Flickr image by nicolas Flickr image by pkeyn Flickr image by adesigna
  • 32. Theme 5 – Question 5
  • 33. Theme 5 – Question 6
  • 34. Theme 5 – Question 7 Flickr image by pokpok313
  • 35. Theme 5 – Question 8
    • The Tour de France is not actually restricted to France.
    • Name 2 other countries the race will visit in 2009.
  • 36. Theme 4 – Question 9 Kobe Bryant Johnny Depp Eric Bana Kevin Rudd Steven Seagal French Chinese Italian Japanese German
  • 37.  
  • 38. Theme 5 – Question 1 Flickr image by TaranRampersad
  • 39. Theme 5 – Question 2 Flickr image by R-A-D Flickr image by Jad_23 The Shogun OR The Samurai
  • 40. Theme 5 – Question 3 Flickr image by gavinandrewstewart
  • 41. Theme 5 – Question 4 Flickr image by vj_pdx Flickr image by wallyg
  • 42. Theme 5 – Question 5 Adapted from the Flickr image by tyfn
  • 43. Theme 5 – Question 6
  • 44. This presentation has been produced by the Languages staff at Knox Grammar School with funds provided by the Australian Government through the Languages Program.