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Another connection quiz

Postby Selby White » 07 Mar 2019, 16:45

1. What was Alfred Hitchcock`s first film to be filmed in colour rather than black and white?

2.By what name is the Central Criminal Court in London better known?

3.Muhammed Ali, Cher, Michael Jackson and Ronald Reagan have all admitted to suffering from the fear of what?

4. By what nickname was band leader & clarinettist Benny Goodman known

5.What did George Bradshaw published guides about in the 19th Century.

6.If you were to see a sign for a ‘peaje’ on a French or Spanish road, what would you be approaching?

7.What is the first property you`d pass on a standard Monopoly board?

8.What is the name of the famous London landmark building that provides road and pedestrian access between the Mall and Trafalgar Square?

9.Which card game is the British variant of blackjack and sometimes called vingt-et-un in French?

10.What word connects all the answers?
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Re: Another connection quiz

Postby johnh » 07 Mar 2019, 19:54

2. Old Bailey
4. King of swing
5. Railway timetables
8. Admiralty Arch
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Re: Another connection quiz

Postby Davycc » 07 Mar 2019, 22:00

7 Vine Street
9 Pontoon

10 Types of bridges
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Re: Another connection quiz

Postby mapperleywhite » 07 Mar 2019, 23:05

Selby White wrote:1. What was Alfred Hitchcock`s first film to be filmed in colour rather than black and white?

2.By what name is the Central Criminal Court in London better known?

3.Muhammed Ali, Cher, Michael Jackson and Ronald Reagan have all admitted to suffering from the fear of what?

4. By what nickname was band leader & clarinettist Benny Goodman known

5.What did George Bradshaw published guides about in the 19th Century.

6.If you were to see a sign for a ‘peaje’ on a French or Spanish road, what would you be approaching?

The words are very similar in the two languages but the French is péage

7.What is the first property you`d pass on a standard Monopoly board?

8.What is the name of the famous London landmark building that provides road and pedestrian access between the Mall and Trafalgar Square?

9.Which card game is the British variant of blackjack and sometimes called vingt-et-un in French?

10.What word connects all the answers?
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Re: Another connection quiz

Postby Selby White » 08 Mar 2019, 16:37

mapperleywhite wrote:6.If you were to see a sign for a ‘peaje’ on a French or Spanish road, what would you be approaching?

The words are very similar in the two languages but the French is péage



Just checking if anybody was paying attention :shh: :lol:
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Re: Another connection quiz

Postby mapperleywhite » 08 Mar 2019, 21:11

Selby White wrote:
mapperleywhite wrote:6.If you were to see a sign for a ‘peaje’ on a French or Spanish road, what would you be approaching?

The words are very similar in the two languages but the French is péage



Just checking if anybody was paying attention :shh: :lol:

I knew that :lol:
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Re: Another connection quiz

Postby mapperleywhite » 08 Mar 2019, 21:23

I'm with Davy, so bridge
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Re: Another connection quiz

Postby Selby White » 08 Mar 2019, 22:36

Bridge it is

1. What was Alfred Hitchcock`s first film to be filmed in colour rather than black and white?
Rope
2. By what name is the Central Criminal Court in London better known?
Old Bailey
3. Muhammed Ali, Cher, Michael Jackson and Ronald Reagan have all admitted to suffering from the fear of what?
Flying
4. By what nickname was band leader & clarinettist Benny Goodman known
King of Swing
5. What did George Bradshaw published guides about in the 19th Century.
Railways
6. If you were to see a sign for a ‘peaje’ on a French or Spanish road, what would you be approaching?
A toll
7. What is the first property you`d pass on a standard Monopoly board?
Old Kent Road
8. What is the name of the famous London landmark building that provides road and pedestrian access between the Mall and Trafalgar Square?
Admiralty Arch
9. Which card game is the British variant of blackjack and sometimes called vingt-et-un in French?
Pontoon
10. What word connects all the answers?
Bridge (Rope, Bailey, Flying, Swing, Railway, Toll, Road, Arch & Pontoon)
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