English Quiz: Can You Guess Victorian Slang?
Going out the back To retort an insult To get back to work When the backside is hurting What does this Victorian Era Slang mean? Beard Eyes Hair Earrings What does this Victorian Era Slang mean? A shiny bald head A fly trap A small garden A puddle What does this Victorian Era Slang mean?
Time Travel: Where Would Your Spirit Take You?
Would you be more at home in Victorian England, Ancient Rome, 1920s New York, or somewhere else? Find out with BabaMail’s time travel quiz! Depositphotos What would you prefer to buy from this yard/car boot sale?
Do You Speak Modern or an Older Form of English?
A wallet A purse A pocket A pouch Shakespearean Era Shakespearean Era Share Result Victorian Era Victorian Era Share Result Colonial Period Colonial Period Share Result Renaissance Period Renaissance Period Share Result Norman Invasion Era Norman Invasion Era Share Result Modern Era Modern Era Share
Which Era of English Influenced You?
What Kind of Dog Would You Be?
The Victorian Era Ancient Egypt The 1920s Ancient Rome or Greece What do you do on Saturday mornings? Working! Errands, seeing the doctor - as much as I can do! Sleeping in. Whatever everyone else is doing, I'm in! Getting a hair cut, or a new outfit.
Ready For a Trivia Obstacle Course?
Elizabeth Tower Victoria's Tower Victorian Tower Lizi's Tower In 1952 Albert Einstein was offered the Presidency of which country? He declined, which proves that he was a very smart man. Israel Switzerland Austria Sweden What was the full name of the biblical Judas?
Time For a Historical Challenge!
Victorians said the name of a fruit before getting their photo taken. What fruit did they say? Prunes Apples Oranges Pears Which actor top-billed the 1960’s television series Batman?
The Fascinating History of Art!
The Baroque period The Victorian period The Renaissance period The Gothic period The artist Kandinsky is considered the first for this type of art? Abstract Surreal Pointism Cubism American Gothic is one of the most recognizable paintings in the world. Who painted it?
Insult or Compliment? You Tell Us!
From the Victorian era, Bricky means you are brave and tough like a brick. Insult Compliment Insult or Compliment? A fairhead is a beautiful and vibrant woman who lights up the room. Insult Compliment Insult or Compliment? From the 16th century - A truepenny is an honest person you can trust.
What Do You Know About Medieval Times?
Gothic Gargoylean Islamic Victorian The Magna Carta, also known as "The Great Charter" was signed in what country? England France Spain Italy How could someone get the plague? By being bitten by a plague infected flea. They got it from drinking poisonous plague infected water.
What Do You Know About Australia?
Gibson Desert The Great Victorian Desert Tanami Desert The Great Sandy Desert Which of these famous actors is NOT Australian? Sam Neill is in fact a New Zealander.
Know You the History of Clothes?
Prior to the Victorian era, a bride was married in any color Queen Victoria in 1840 Mary Queen of the Scots in 1558 Catherine the Great in 1745 Queen Elizabeth II in 1947 Try Again Unfortunately, you got a low score.
Is History Alive in Your Head?
The common citizens of Rome A French underground militia during WWII An ancient tribe of Syrians thought to exist today in Iran A group of highly influential English nobles during Victorian times. Who was the only American President to serve more than 2 terms in office?
Which Famous Painting Best Fits Your Personality?
The Future The Victorian Era The Renaissance Period I would just want to go back a few years the prehistoric period the 1920s What do you like to look for in artwork?
The History of Music
The one we're missing here is the Baroque period (1600-1750) Medieval Renaissance Classical Romantic Modern (Post WWI) Victorian Choose the correct chronological order of the six periods of music.
The Ultimate Valentine's Day Quiz!
15% 25% 52% 70% What did the Victorians send to people they hated on Valentine's Day? An unflattering drawing of the person An artificial cat's ear A vial of vinegar Written insults When was the famous "Saint Valentine" sent to death?
Can You Guess What These Words Used to Mean?
The first treadmills were big man-powered mills that were used as a labor punishment in prisons during the Victorian age. Prisoners Children Actors Doctors Who could you call a girl in Middle English?
Which Famous Author IS It?
Lovecraft Clive Barker This author was hailed as the greatest novelist of the Victorian era. His most well known character is an orphan. Charles Dickens's Oliver Twist is one of the most famous literary characters in the world as well as his famous question: "Please sir, may I have some more?"