Can You Crack This Tricky Vocabulary Quiz?
Atheist Addicted to pleasures Addicted to happiness Addicted to heroin Which of these is an Antonym for the word "Metaphor"? Similie Literal Hypothesis Dream "He was being glib, so I sent him to the principal's office." In this sentence, what does "Glib" mean?
Do You Know These Beloved Tales?
You surely haven't forgotten your most beloved tales and their heroes and heroines. They come with wonderful morals and beautiful descriptions. Some come with poetry and some with real songs. Your score indicates you did quite well for yourself, knowing at least a part of these age-old stories.
What's Your Jungian Archetype?
Share Result You Are the Caregiver The caregiver is a principally female character found in countless goddesses and heroines throughout history and folklore. Like a mother figure, you are selfless and helpful. People flock to you for advice. You love other people deeply.
Can You Answer These Trivia Questions about France?
South America North America Oceania Asia Joan of Arc was the heroine of which French war? The Anglo-French War (1213-14) The French Wars of Religion (1562-1598) The Hundred Years’ War (1337-1453) The French Revolution (1789) Which French royal was known as the Sun King?
Do You Know These Famous Fairy Tales?
Share Result A Fairy-Tale Lover You surely haven't forgotten your most beloved fairy tales and their heroes and heroines. They come with wonderful morals and beautiful descriptions. Some come with poetry and some with real song.
How Much Do You Know About Flowers?
Sunflower Gardenia Lily Rose This red, innocent-looking flower is used to make opium and heroin. It is the... Not all uses of poppy were for recreational drugs, most of it was for medicine since ancient times. The poppy is also featured on the back of the Canadian $20 notes.
You Lose You're Out: General Trivia Edition!
Heroin Opium Codeine Ecstasy What name is used to refer to a group of frogs? An Army A Croak A Ribbit A Leg CONGRATULATIONS! You made it to LEVEL 8! CONTINUE What is the smallest ocean in the world?