15.12.2017 QUIZ # 6
(culture) People of this Christian denomination, settled in the Northern America, are famous for their choice of the old, traditional ways of life and rejecting the modern advances. (1) What is the name of the group and (2) what century did they arrive there?


RULES

1. There should be one question every 10 days (or so).
1. The first person who sends the answer to the quiz question GETS 25 points.
2. The second person who sends the answer GETS 15 points.
3. The third person who sends the answer GETS 9 points.
4. The points you collect count towards your final result in "Chase the K!"
5. IT's important WHEN YOUR INFORMATION WAS CREATED (it's easy to see), not when I get it.
6. The answers must be full sentences - you may not get a credit if your answer is grammatically poor...
7. Of course - only the correct answers will be accepeted and for such you will get the points.

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08.11.2017 QUIZ # 5
(culture) This cape in the USA is famous for being a home/location for the station from which space shuttles are launched into space. (1) What is the name of the cape and (2) in what US state is it found?

The name of this cape is Canaveral and it is located in Florida.

Zuzia Grzebieluch is first to answer correctly - 25 credits.


RULES

1. There should be one question every 10 days (or so).
1. The first person who sends the answer to the quiz question GETS 25 points.
2. The second person who sends the answer GETS 15 points.
3. The third person who sends the answer GETS 9 points.
4. The points you collect count towards your final result in "Chase the K!"
5. IT's important WHEN YOUR INFORMATION WAS CREATED (it's easy to see), not when I get it.
6. The answers must be full sentences - you may not get a credit if your answer is grammatically poor...
7. Of course - only the correct answers will be accepeted and for such you will get the points.

Send your answers to: ffwd@tlen.pl


21.10.2017 QUIZ # 4
(culture) The Apache - the United States, the Ainu - Japan, (........?..........) - Australia

The Apache - the United States, the Ainu - Japan, The Aborigines - Australia

Zuzia Grzebieluch 25 / K. Szklińska 15


RULES

1. There should be one question every 10 days (or so).
1. The first person who sends the answer to the quiz question GETS 25 points.
2. The second person who sends the answer GETS 15 points.
3. The third person who sends the answer GETS 9 points.
4. The points you collect count towards your final result in "Chase the K!"
5. IT's important WHEN YOUR INFORMATION WAS CREATED (it's easy to see), not when I get it.
6. The answers must be full sentences - you may not get a credit if your answer is grammatically poor...
7. Of course - only the correct answers will be accepeted and for such you will get the points.

Send your answers to: ffwd@tlen.pl


05.10.2017 (history) In the 50s of the 20th, the USA witnessed an extraordinary protest by a desperate woman on a public transport. (1) Who was the woman, what (2) did she protest against and (3) when exactly was it?

M. Gowacka 25 / Z. Grzebieluch 15 / K. Szklińska 15

RULES

1. There should be one question every 10 days (or so).
1. The first person who sends the answer to the quiz question GETS 25 points.
2. The second person who sends the answer GETS 15 points.
3. The third person who sends the answer GETS 9 points.
4. The points you collect count towards your final result in "Chase the K!"
5. IT's important WHEN YOUR INFORMATION WAS CREATED (it's easy to see), not when I get it.
6. The answers must be full sentences - you may not get a credit if your answer is grammatically poor...
7. Of course - only the correct answers will be accepeted and for such you will get the points.

Send your answers to: ffwd@tlen.pl


27.09.2017 (literature) In one of the most famous Shakespeare's plays, the heroine, half-insane, died drowning in the river, having fallen from a tree. (1) Who was it and (2) what play are we talking about?

Opfelia and play was titled "Hamlet" .

K. Szczeciak 25 / M. Głowacka 15 / Z. Grzebieluch 9 / M. Urbanowicz and H. Chmielarska - 5.

RULES

1. There should be one question every 10 days (or so).
1. The first person who sends the answer to the quiz question GETS 25 points.
2. The second person who sends the answer GETS 15 points.
3. The third person who sends the answer GETS 9 points.
4. The points you collect count towards your final result in "Chase the K!"
5. IT's important WHEN YOUR INFORMATION WAS CREATED (it's easy to see), not when I get it.
6. The answers must be full sentences - you may not get a credit if your answer is grammatically poor...
7. Of course - only the correct answers will be accepeted and for such you will get the points.

Send your answers to: ffwd@tlen.pl


12.09.2017 QUIZ # 1

(history) (1) When did the World War II start for the USA and (2) what event provoked it?

The United States was formally got engaged in the war world II after the Japanese attack on the naval base at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

Zuzia Grzebieluch 25 credits / Miśka Urbanowicz 15 / Karolina Szklińska 9 / Marysia Głowacka, Hania Chmielarska all 5.

RULES

1. There should be one question every 10 days (or so).
1. The first person who sends the answer to the quiz question GETS 25 points.
2. The second person who sends the answer GETS 15 points.
3. The third person who sends the answer GETS 9 points.
4. The points you collect count towards your final result in "Chase the K!"
5. IT's important WHEN YOUR INFORMATION WAS CREATED (it's easy to see), not when I get it.
6. The answers must be full sentences - you may not get a credit if your answer is grammatically poor...
7. Of course - only the correct answers will be accepeted and for such you will get the points.

Send your answers to: ffwd@tlen.pl


04.06.2017 QUIZ # 14

(history) In December 1911, a Norwegian explorer, Roald Amundsen, reached the South Pole after an exhausting race, in which he had been competing with another explorer. (1) Who was the other explorer and (2) when did Amundsen reach the Pole?

The other explorer was Robert Scott. Amundsen reached the pole in December 14, 1911.

Aga Zielińska 25 / Hania Mika 15

RULES

1. There should be one question every 10 days (or so).
1. The first person who sends the answer to the quiz question GETS 25 points.
2. The second person who sends the answer GETS 15 points.
3. The third person who sends the answer GETS 9 points.
4. The points you collect count towards your final result in "Chase the K!"
5. IT's important WHEN YOUR INFORMATION WAS CREATED (it's easy to see), not when I get it.
6. The answers must be full sentences - you may not get a credit if your answer is grammatically poor...
7. Of course - only the correct answers will be accepeted and for such you will get the points.


22.05.2017 QUIZ # 13

(culture) (1) What is the latest London underground line called and (2) what colour is it marked on the map?

The latest London underground line is called Jubilee Line. It is marked on the map in the silver colour.

Karolina Szklińska 25 / Hania Mika 15

RULES

1. There should be one question every 10 days (or so).
1. The first person who sends the answer to the quiz question GETS 25 points.
2. The second person who sends the answer GETS 15 points.
3. The third person who sends the answer GETS 9 points.
4. The points you collect count towards your final result in "Chase the K!"
5. IT's important WHEN YOUR INFORMATION WAS CREATED (it's easy to see), not when I get it.
6. The answers must be full sentences - you may not get a credit if your answer is grammatically poor...
7. Of course - only the correct answers will be accepeted and for such you will get the points.



14.05.2017 QUIZ # 12

(culture) Who, presently, is depicted on American one-dollar banknote?

On the American one-dollar banknote is George Washington.

Ola Zakrzewska 25 / Karolina Szklińska 15

RULES

1. There should be one question every 10 days (or so).
1. The first person who sends the answer to the quiz question GETS 25 points.
2. The second person who sends the answer GETS 15 points.
3. The third person who sends the answer GETS 9 points.
4. The points you collect count towards your final result in "Chase the K!"
5. IT's important WHEN YOUR INFORMATION WAS CREATED (it's easy to see), not when I get it.
6. The answers must be full sentences - you may not get a credit if your answer is grammatically poor...
7. Of course - only the correct answers will be accepeted and for such you will get the points.


02.05.2017 QUIZ # 11

(society) Our fellow students from 3G have just taken exams (egzamin gimnazjalny). What exam do teenagers in England of the age of our third graders take?

Teenagers in England of the age of our third graders take General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE).

Ola Zakrzewska 25 / Karolina Szklińska 15

RULES

1. There should be one question every 10 days (or so).
1. The first person who sends the answer to the quiz question GETS 25 points.
2. The second person who sends the answer GETS 15 points.
3. The third person who sends the answer GETS 9 points.
4. The points you collect count towards your final result in "Chase the K!"
5. IT's important WHEN YOUR INFORMATION WAS CREATED (it's easy to see), not when I get it.
6. The answers must be full sentences - you may not get a credit if your answer is grammatically poor...
7. Of course - only the correct answers will be accepeted and for such you will get the points.


25.04.2017 QUIZ # 10

(culture) This world-wide famous toy got its name in English in memory of a famous person. Who was it?



The name teddy bear comes from former United States President Theodore Roosevelt, who was commonly known as "Teddy".

Marysia Głowacka 25 / Ola Zakrzewska 15

RULES

1. There should be one question every 10 days (or so).
1. The first person who sends the answer to the quiz question GETS 25 points.
2. The second person who sends the answer GETS 15 points.
3. The third person who sends the answer GETS 9 points.
4. The points you collect count towards your final result in "Chase the K!"
5. IT's important WHEN YOUR INFORMATION WAS CREATED (it's easy to see), not when I get it.
6. The answers must be full sentences - you may not get a credit if your answer is grammatically poor...
7. Of course - only the correct answers will be accepeted and for such you will get the points.


25.02.2017 QUIZ # 9

(history) (1) How many states did the USA consist of at first and (2) what was their capital city?

NOBODY HAS SENT THE CORRECT ANSWER :/

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1. There should be one question every 10 days (or so).
1. The first person who sends the answer to the quiz question GETS 25 points.
2. The second person who sends the answer GETS 15 points.
3. The third person who sends the answer GETS 9 points.
4. The points you collect count towards your final result in "Chase the K!"
5. IT's important WHEN YOUR INFORMATION WAS CREATED (it's easy to see), not when I get it.
6. The answers must be full sentences - you may not get a credit if your answer is grammatically poor...
7. Of course - only the correct answers will be accepeted and for such you will get the points.


02.02.2017 QUIZ # 8

(culture) Two most famous univerisities in England at Oxford and Cambidge not only compete in the field of study, but also in sports. There is a well-known competition once a year called (1) ...................., where the students compete in (2) ...................... (fill the gaps).

There is a well-known competition once a year called The Boat Race, where the students compete in rowing.

Hiacynta Peregudowska 25 / Karolina Szklińska 15


RULES

1. There should be one question every 10 days (or so).
1. The first person who sends the answer to the quiz question GETS 25 points.
2. The second person who sends the answer GETS 15 points.
3. The third person who sends the answer GETS 9 points.
4. The points you collect count towards your final result in "Chase the K!"
5. IT's important WHEN YOUR INFORMATION WAS CREATED (it's easy to see), not when I get it.
6. The answers must be full sentences - you may not get a credit if your answer is grammatically poor...
7. Of course - only the correct answers will be accepeted and for such you will get the points.


09.01.2017 QUIZ # 7

(literature) This famous writer was born Polish, but later became British citizen. His novels and stories were mostly nautical in subject. (2) What was the original name of the author and (2) what name did he take when changing his nationality?

1. The orginal name this writer is Józef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski. 2. He changed name to Joseph Conrad.


Ola Zakrzewska 25 / Hiacynta 15 / Gosia Rodzewicz 9 / Miśka Urbanowicz and Karolina Szklińska - 5.


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RULES

1. There should be one question every 10 days (or so).
1. The first person who sends the answer to the quiz question GETS 25 points.
2. The second person who sends the answer GETS 15 points.
3. The third person who sends the answer GETS 9 points.
4. The points you collect count towards your final result in "Chase the K!"
5. IT's important WHEN YOUR INFORMATION WAS CREATED (it's easy to see), not when I get it.
6. The answers must be full sentences - you may not get a credit if your answer is grammatically poor...
7. Of course - only the correct answers will be accepeted and for such you will get the points.


28.11.2016 QUIZ # 6

(culture) This music movement emerged in Seattle at the turn of 80s and 90s of 20th century. (1) What is this movement called and (2) give names of its 3 bands.


1.This movement is called Grunge music. 2. (1)Nirvana (2) Pearl Jam (3) Soundgarden

Miśka Urbanowicz 25 / Hiacynta Peregudowska 15 / Karolina Szklińska 9.

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RULES

1. There should be one question every 10 days (or so).
1. The first person who sends the answer to the quiz question GETS 25 points.
2. The second person who sends the answer GETS 15 points.
3. The third person who sends the answer GETS 9 points.
4. The points you collect count towards your final result in "Chase the K!"
5. IT's important WHEN YOUR INFORMATION WAS CREATED (it's easy to see), not when I get it.
6. The answers must be full sentences - you may not get a credit if your answer is grammatically poor...
7. Of course - only the correct answers will be accepeted and for such you will get the points.


English idioms (2): do your own thing (to do what you want and not worry about what other people think of you)