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1 Easter Quiz International Club 2015

2 Round 1 Music

3 1. In which language is this song? a)Malayalam (Indian language) b)French c)Swahili (African language)

4 1. In which language is this song? a)Malayalam (Indian language) b)French c)Swahili (African language)

5 2. In which language is this song? a)Mandarin Chinese b)Swedish c)Arabic

6 2. In which language is this song? a)Mandarin Chinese b)Swedish c)Arabic

7 3. In which language is this song? a)Russian b)Polish c)Greek

8 3. In which language is this song? a)Russian b)Polish c)Greek

9 4. In which language is this song? a)Belgian (Flemish) b)Polish c)Portuguese

10 4. In which language is this song? a)Belgian (Flemish) b)Polish c)Portuguese

11 5. In which language is this song? a)Serbian b)Russian c)Finnish

12 5. In which language is this song? a)Serbian b)Russian c)Finnish

13 Round 2 International Easter Traditions

14 6. In Slovakia and the Czech Republic, women are whipped with decorated whips, because a)Jesus was whipped and beaten by the Roman soldiers before crucifixion b)It is a sign of Lenten repentance c)It is supposed to make the women healthier and more beautiful

15 6. In Slovakia and the Czech Republic, women are whipped with decorated whips, because a)Jesus was whipped and beaten by the Roman soldiers before crucifixion b)It is a sign of Lenten repentance c)It is supposed to make them healthier and more beautiful In both the countries, women can expect to get whipping. As a part of the Easter tradition, men beat girls and women with decorated handmade whips. However, the whipping is not intended to be painful. It is believed that whipping on the Easter day makes women healthier and more beautiful.

16 7. In Finland, Easter is very like a)Christmas, because they eat roast turkey on Easter day b)Halloween, because the children dress up like witches c)Bonfire night, because they celebrate with fireworks

17 7. In Finland, Easter is very like a)Christmas, because they eat roast turkey on Easter day b)Halloween, because the children dress up like witches c)Bonfire night, because they celebrate with fireworks In Finland, the Easter celebrations have a Halloween look as the children dress up as witches with broomsticks hanged around their necks. They wander in the streets in search of treats. It is believed that during the festival, witches become more powerful and bonfires are made to scare them off.

18 8. In Australia, it is not the Easter Bunny that brings the Easter eggs, but a)the Easter platipus b)the Easter bilby c)the Easter kangaroo

19 8. In Australia, it is not the Easter Bunny that brings the Easter eggs, but a)the Easter platypus b)the Easter bilby c)the Easter kangaroo Australia: Usually, all over the world it is the Easter Bunny that brings in the chocolates and hides the eggs, but in Australia it is an Easter Bilby that brings the eggs. One reason behind this interesting change is to create awareness of the bilby, which is an endangered species in Australia and another reason is a dislike of rabbits, which destroy the crops. At Easter, chocolate bilbies are made and sold.

20 9. In Colombia, the people do not feast on Easter eggs on Easter day, but instead on a)iguanas, turtles and large rodents b)a vegetarian menu c)bread and wine, in honour of the Last Supper

21 9. In Colombia, the people do not feast on Easter eggs on Easter day, but instead on a)iguanas, turtles and large rodents b)a vegetarian menu c)bread and wine, in honour of the Last Supper Colombians have strange dinner menu for the Easter day. Instead of chocolates and eggs, they dine on iguana, turtles and big rodents for the feast.

22 10. In Germany, people decorate multi- coloured eggs and hang them from… a)the church tower b)light fittings in the middle of the ceiling c)trees outside in the street

23 10. In Germany, people decorate multi- coloured eggs and hang them from… a)the church tower b)light fittings in the middle of the ceiling c)trees outside in the street In Germany, Easter eggs are displayed on trees and prominently in streets. Some of the trees will have thousands of multi-coloured eggs hung on them.

24 11. In Poland, men are not permitted to take part in the Easter bread preparation, because… a)the women were the first at Jesus’ tomb, so the women prepare everything associated with Easter b)the recipes are closely guarded secrets, passed down from mother to daughter c)it is bad luck for men to get dough on their facial hair

25 11. In Poland, men are not permitted to take part in the Easter bread preparation, because… a)the women were the first at Jesus’ tomb, so the women prepare everything associated with Easter b)the recipes are closely guarded secrets, passed down from mother to daughter c)it is bad luck for men to get dough on their facial hair In Poland, the master of the house is not permitted to take part in the Easter bread preparation, because it is believed that dough will fall on his moustache making it go grey and the dough will fail.

26 12. In France, children are given chocolate eggs and chocolate bells at Easter because… a)children are told that the bells fly to Rome to see the Pope and bring chocolate eggs back with them b)the bells are supposed to wake the Spring from its Winter sleep c)bells ring in Jerusalem to commemorate Jesus’ death and resurrection

27 12. In France, children are given chocolate eggs and chocolate bells at Easter because… a)children are told that the bells fly to Rome to see the Pope and bring chocolate eggs back with them b)the bells are supposed to wake the Spring from its Winter sleep c)bells ring in Jerusalem to commemorate Jesus’ death and resurrection

28 12. In France, children are given chocolate eggs and chocolate bells at Easter because… Most churches have a bell, which is rung joyfully throughout the year marking various events and the passage of time. On the Thursday before Good Friday, all church bells in France are silenced in acknowledgement of Jesus' death. In fun, children are told that the bell's chimes have flown to Rome to see the Pope. Easter morning, the bells ring out once again in celebration of the Resurrection, declaring that Jesus is alive again. Easter morning is a happy time for children who wake to look for colourfully decorated Easter eggs (les oeufs de Pâques) hidden in their gardens, homes and playgrounds. Parents tell their children the eggs were brought from Rome (where the chimes had gone), and that when the chimes returned they brought the eggs with them. In some parts of France children look for small chariots full of eggs pulled by white horses.

29 13. In which country is this an Easter tradition? (Egg rolling)

30 a)Iceland b)Spain c)The UK

31 13. In which country is this an Easter tradition? (Egg rolling) a)Iceland b)Spain c)The UK In the UK, children traditionally rolled eggs down hillsides at Easter; this may have become symbolic of the rolling away of the rock from Jesus Christ’s tomb before His resurrection. The tradition of rolling decorated eggs down grassy hills goes back hundreds of years and is known as "pace-egging", from the Old English Pasch meaning Pesach or Passover. In Lancashire there are annual egg rolling competitions at Holcombe Hill near Ramsbottom and Avenham Park in Preston. Other traditional egg rolling sites are the castle moat at Penrith, Bunkers Hill in Derby and Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh. The eggs were traditionally wrapped in onion skins and boiled to give them a mottled gold appearance (although today they are usually painted) and the children competed to see who could roll their egg the furthest.

32 Round 3 International Easter Food

33 14a. Which country does this food come from? You can get 2 points if you can work it out from the picture… a)Paraguay b)Portugal c)Ukraine

34 14b. Which country does this food come from? …and 1 point if you can work it out from the picture and the name. Be honest! Chipa – Easter Breakfast Bread a)Paraguay b)Portugal c)Ukraine

35 14. Which country does this food come from? You can get 1 point if you can work it out from the picture… Chipa – Easter Breakfast Bread a)Paraguay b)Portugal c)Ukraine Traditionally associated with Easter, this cheese bread from Paraguay has a dense chewy texture similar to the classic wheat bialys New Yorkers are so fond of.

36 15a. Which country does this food come from? You can get 2 points if you can work it out from the picture… a)Syria b)Sudan c)Sicily

37 15b. Which country does this food come from? … and 1 point if you can work it out from the picture and the name Torta Pascualina (Easter Lamb Pie) a)Syria b)Sudan c)Sicily

38 15. Which country does this food come from? … and 1 point if you can work it out from the picture and the name Torta Pascualina (Easter Lamb Pie) a)Syria b)Sudan c)Sicily These moist lamb pies are popular in Sicily during Easter celebrations.

39 16a. Which country does this food come from? You can get 2 points if you can work it out from the picture… a)Poland b)Germany c)Luxembourg

40 16b. Which country does this food come from? … and 1 point if you can work it out from the picture and the name… Bialy Barszcz – White Borscht a)Poland b)Germany c)Luxembourg

41 16. Which country does this food come from? … and 1 point if you can work it out from the picture and the name… Bialy Barszcz – White Borscht a)Poland b)Germany c)Luxembourg The recipe for this Polish Easter soup calls for fresh horseradish, but it works just as well with the prepared version.

42 17a. Which country does this food come from? You can get 2 points if you can work it out from the picture… a)India b)Finland c)Austria

43 17b. Which country does this food come from? … and 1 point if you can work it out from the picture and the name… Pulla – (Braided Cardamom Bread) a)India b)Finland c)Austria

44 17. Which country does this food come from? … and 1 point if you can work it out from the picture and the name… Pulla – (Braided Cardamom Bread) a)India b)Finland c)Austria This braided, cardamom-spiced bread is a common Easter treat in Finland. It can be baked as both a single braided loaf and individual- size knots.

45 18a. Which country does this food come from? You can get 2 points if you can work it out from the picture… a)Estonia b)Greece c)Morocco

46 18b. Which country does this food come from? …and 1 point if you can work it out from the picture and the name… Arni me Dendrolivano – (Roasted Lamb with Rosemary) a)Estonia b)Greece c)Morocco

47 18. Which country does this food come from? …and 1 point if you can work it out from the picture and the name… Arni me Dendrolivano – (Roasted Lamb with Rosemary) a)Estonia b)Greece c)Morocco The technique of roasting lamb over a bed of rosemary sprigs lends this Greek classic a smoky, herbal flavour

48 19a. Which country does this food come from? You can get 2 points if you can work it out from the picture… a)Bolivia b)Denmark c)Russia

49 19b. Which country does this food come from? … and 1 point if you can work it out from the picture… Paskha – Farmers’ Cheese a)Bolivia b)Denmark c)Russia

50 19. Which country does this food come from? … and 1 point if you can work it out from the picture… Paskha – Russian Style Farmers’ Cheese a)Bolivia b)Denmark c)Russia Paskha, a rich, airy sweetened cheese named after the Russian Orthodox Easter, is traditionally served in Russian homes to break the meat- and dairy-free Lenten fast.

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