The New York Slang Quiz: MCQ

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Are you familiar with New York slang? Do you suppose you will be clever enough to get past this quiz? New York seems to have its unique language. Examples of New York Slan are brick means very cold or almost freezing, and whip means an expensive or luxury vehicle. Pie means pizza, and schmear means lots of cream cheese. Most individuals who reside in New York City are familiar with these terms. Yooz take this quiz and see how much you know about New York slang.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Putz

    • A.

      A GENTILE

    • B.

      A DUMB KID

    • C.

      DUMB PERSON

    • D.

      NON-NEW YORKER

    Correct Answer
    A. A GENTILE
    Explanation
    The term "gentile" typically refers to someone who is not Jewish. In this context, it is used to describe a person who is not from New York. Therefore, the correct answer is "A GENTILE".

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  • 2. 

    Coffee, Regular

    • A.

      INCLUDES MILK AND SUGAR

    • B.

      INCLUDES WHIPPED CREAM

    • C.

      INCLUDES SUGAR ONLY

    • D.

      BLACK COFFEE

    Correct Answer
    A. INCLUDES MILK AND SUGAR
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "INCLUDES MILK AND SUGAR" because the question is asking for the contents of a regular coffee and this option specifies that it includes both milk and sugar. The other options either include only sugar, whipped cream, or are black coffee, which does not match the given question.

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  • 3. 

    Whip 

    • A.

      BICYCLE

    • B.

      HIGH WINDS

    • C.

      HOT WOMAN

    • D.

      CAR

    Correct Answer
    A. BICYCLE
    Explanation
    The word "whip" can be associated with a bicycle because "whip" can refer to the action of quickly moving or maneuvering something, which is similar to riding a bicycle. Additionally, a bicycle can be considered a mode of transportation like a car, and it can be affected by high winds just like any other vehicle. The other options, "hot woman" and "car," do not have a clear connection to the word "whip."

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  • 4. 

    Mad 

    • A.

      DISAPPOINTING

    • B.

      RAINING HARD

    • C.

      VERY

    • D.

      RICH

    Correct Answer
    A. DISAPPOINTING
    Explanation
    The word "disappointing" is the correct answer because it is the only word that can be used to describe a negative feeling or experience. The other words in the given list, such as "raining hard" and "very rich," do not match the tone or context of the word "Mad." Therefore, "disappointing" is the most suitable choice.

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  • 5. 

    Biscuit 

    • A.

      A LITTLE DOG

    • B.

      GUN

    • C.

      AN EXPRESSION OF REGRET

    • D.

      KNIFE

    Correct Answer
    B. GUN
    Explanation
     A gun. Biscuit is used by street and motorcycle gangs. 

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  • 6. 

    Hero 

    • A.

      EGG CREAM

    • B.

      SUBMARINE SANDWICH

    • C.

      MANHOLE COVER

    • D.

      FIRE HYDRANT

    Correct Answer
    A. EGG CREAM
    Explanation
    The explanation for the correct answer "EGG CREAM" is that it is the only item in the given list that is a type of beverage. The other options, such as "SUBMARINE SANDWICH," "MANHOLE COVER," and "FIRE HYDRANT," are not beverages but rather a type of food, a cover for underground openings, and a device for providing water for firefighting respectively.

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  • 7. 

    Stoop 

    • A.

      PROSTITUTE

    • B.

      STAIRS OUTSIDE A BUILDING

    • C.

      RESIDENCE

    • D.

      A PET PIGEON

    Correct Answer
    A. PROSTITUTE
    Explanation
    The word "stoop" is commonly used to refer to the action of bending down or lowering oneself. In this context, it is used metaphorically to describe a person who engages in sexual activities for money, which is commonly associated with the term "prostitute". The other options, such as "stairs outside a building" or "residence" do not have any direct connection to the word "stoop" or its metaphorical meaning. Similarly, a "pet pigeon" is unrelated to the word "stoop".

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  • 8. 

    Bodega 

    • A.

      A NEIGHBORHOOD IN THE BRONX

    • B.

      CONVENIENCE STORE

    • C.

      CARTON OF EGGS

    • D.

      A FRIED SANDWICH

    Correct Answer
    A. A NEIGHBORHOOD IN THE BRONX
    Explanation
    The word "Bodega" is commonly used to refer to a neighborhood in the Bronx. It is a Spanish term that originated from Latin America and has been adopted in various cities, particularly in the United States, to describe small convenience stores or corner shops that cater to the local community. These bodegas often sell a variety of items, including groceries, snacks, and household essentials. In the context of the given options, "A NEIGHBORHOOD IN THE BRONX" is the correct answer as it accurately describes the meaning of the word "Bodega" in this scenario.

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