so you want example questions? or you're stuck on one?
(please excuse my thickness today)
Hi All,
I'm looking for a little help with a staff quiz running at our school.
It's a 'complete the word' type of quiz, I think they call them Ditolids.
Here is an example:
there are 18 H on a G C = there are 18 Holes on a Golf Course.
Any help would be much appreciated.
edit: Questions in red have been answered.
Chris.
1 The V of the K is in E
2 H is the O of C
3 The V of X in S is 8 P
4 F M was the L S of Q
5 There are 10 E in a D
6 C and A were the S of A and E
7 A is the F L of the A
8 R D was the A of C and the C F
9 The N is the L R in A
10 D C is a N by C D
11 The N P to the S is M
12 The S R of S F is 8
13 R S was the D in the B
14 E R B was the C of T
15 J L C is the D of T C
16 The E S B is the T B in N Y
17 There are 20 F O in a P
18 H D is an E in a N R
19 D B is the A of T D V C
20 There are 28 P on a M B
21 D H is the L S of B
22 O N J was the F S of the F G
23 R the R had a R N
24 C of A was the 1st W of H the E
25 There are 24 C in P G
26 T H won O for P and F G
27 A H was B in A in 1889
28 An A H has 32 T
29 A C was the C of H P and M M
30 The L P in the S S is J
31 There are 7 C in a R
32 There are 22 B in the G of S
33 B is the L C in S A
34 Each P has 15 P in the G of B
35 A H was the D of P
36 The O and the P is a P by E L
37 The A of the B P M is 10 D S
38 There are 4 S in a Y
39 D B is the R N of the I H
40 P P was the B who N G U
41 W A M was the C of T M F
42 A U has 1 W
43 S C is A N for F C
44 H, D and L are the N of D D
45 B and B were the F M
46 The F N of S and G are P and A
47 M M is the R N of J W
48 The G A was a S made by A L
49 The C of the M was J H
50 C D was a V from T
51 R Z is the R N of B D
52 E W is the Q of E
53 P is the C of F
54 M J is the L S of the R S
55 C C was the O N of M A
56 The S of R and J were M and C
57 The B H in the G of P is a R F
58 W H was a H for K B
59 C K is the R N of S
60 A C D was the C of S H
61 The T B in F is the E T
62 If you are B on C D your S S is C
63 I F was the C of J B
64 E B was the C of the F F
65 The M L was P by L D V
66 The 4 E are E, A, F and W
67 There are 13 C in a P of C
68 The A of the W H is 1600 P A
69 There are 13 P in a R L T
70 A was the M N of E P
71 K is the C S for P
72 L V B was the C of the M S
73 a B K is C a J
74 R F is a T P from S
75 There are 2 A of H in a M of W
76 P was the G G of the S
77 J B was P by S C 7 T
78 There are 90 B in the G of B
79 A, P and A were the N of the 3 M
80 The S D is the L D in the W
81 There are 6 B in an O in C
Last edited by TriggerHappyUK; 6th May 2009 at 04:54 PM.
so you want example questions? or you're stuck on one?
(please excuse my thickness today)
20 There are 28 Propertise on a Monopoly Board
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78 There are 90 Balls in the Game of Bingo
I think...
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42 A Unicycle has 1 Wheel
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31 There are 7 Colours in a Rainbow
EDIT:
nvm next poster was quicker.
Last edited by Mako; 5th May 2009 at 01:59 PM. Reason: removed answer - repeated
TriggerHappyUK (5th May 2009)
81. There are 6 Balls in an Over in Cricket
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79 Athos, Porthos and Aramis were the names of the 3 Musketeers.
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12 the square root of sixty four is 8
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32 There are 22 Balls in the Game of Snooker
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40 Peter Pan was the Boy who Never Grew Up
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66 The 4 Elements are Earth, Air, Fire and Water
Also:
45 Bill and Ben were the Flowerpot Men
53 Paris is the Capital of France
You may be able to tell there's not much going on in the office right now!
Last edited by Mako; 5th May 2009 at 02:07 PM. Reason: Added Answer
TriggerHappyUK (5th May 2009)
6 C and A were the S of A and E - Cain and Able were the sons of adam and eve
10 D C is a N by C D - David Copperfield is a novel by Charles Dickens
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62 If you are B on C D your S S is C
If you are Born on Christmas Day your Star Sign is Capricorn
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