The Ultimate Quiz On Black Friday

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The Friday that follows November is known as Black Friday in the United States. It is a special day with a commercial significance. On this day, items and services are often offered by businesses at low prices. Do you love the Black Friday custom? Here is a quiz for you if you do.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What celebration often precedes Black Friday?

    • A.

      Thanksgiving Day

    • B.

      Union Jack Day

    • C.

      Independence Day 

    • D.

      Columbus Day

    Correct Answer
    A. Thanksgiving Day
    Explanation
    Thanksgiving Day often precedes Black Friday. This is because Thanksgiving Day is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States, and Black Friday falls on the day after Thanksgiving. Black Friday is known for being the start of the holiday shopping season, with many retailers offering significant discounts and sales. Therefore, Thanksgiving Day serves as a precursor to Black Friday, with people often spending time with family and enjoying a festive meal on Thanksgiving before heading out to shop on Black Friday.

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  • 2. 

    Which of these countries does not observe Black Friday?

    • A.

      Australia 

    • B.

      Ireland

    • C.

      Isreal

    • D.

      Singapore

    Correct Answer
    C. Isreal
    Explanation
    Israel does not observe Black Friday. Black Friday is a tradition that originated in the United States and is typically observed on the day after Thanksgiving. It has since spread to many other countries as a day of sales and discounts. However, Israel does not have a significant tradition of observing this day, and it is not a widely recognized or celebrated event in the country.

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  • 3. 

    Which of these celebrations is not related to Black Friday?

    • A.

      Nothing Day

    • B.

      Christmas 

    • C.

      Giving Tuesday 

    • D.

      Easter Monday

    Correct Answer
    D. Easter Monday
    Explanation
    Easter Monday is not related to Black Friday because it is a Christian holiday that falls on the day after Easter Sunday. Black Friday, on the other hand, is the day after Thanksgiving and is known for its massive sales and discounts. While Christmas and Giving Tuesday are also unrelated to Black Friday, Easter Monday is the only option that is a specific holiday that occurs on a different date.

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  • 4. 

    What season does Black Friday start?

    • A.

      Autumn

    • B.

      Winter 

    • C.

      Holiday 

    • D.

      Christmas

    Correct Answer
    C. Holiday 
    Explanation
    Black Friday is known as the day after Thanksgiving, which falls on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States. It is widely considered as the beginning of the holiday shopping season. Therefore, the correct answer is "Holiday".

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  • 5. 

    What American president proclaimed Thanksgiving to be the fourth Thursday in November?

    • A.

      Franklin Roosevelt 

    • B.

      Donald Trump

    • C.

      George Bush

    • D.

      Barrack Obama 

    Correct Answer
    A. Franklin Roosevelt 
    Explanation
    Franklin Roosevelt proclaimed Thanksgiving to be the fourth Thursday in November. He did this in 1941, when he signed a bill into law that officially established the fourth Thursday of November as the national day for celebrating Thanksgiving. This decision was made in order to extend the holiday shopping season and boost the economy during the Great Depression.

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  • 6. 

    When did Amazon hold the first Prime Day?

    • A.

      2010

    • B.

      2013

    • C.

      2014

    • D.

      2015

    Correct Answer
    D. 2015
    Explanation
    Amazon held its first Prime Day in 2015. This annual shopping event was introduced by Amazon to celebrate its 20th anniversary and provide exclusive deals and discounts to its Prime members. Since then, Prime Day has become a highly anticipated event for Amazon customers worldwide, offering a wide range of products at discounted prices for a limited time.

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  • 7. 

    Which of these terms is not related to Black Friday?

    • A.

      Gray Thursday

    • B.

      Brown Thursday

    • C.

      Santa Day 

    • D.

      Buy Nothing Day

    Correct Answer
    C. Santa Day 
    Explanation
    Santa Day is not related to Black Friday because it is a holiday that celebrates Santa Claus and the spirit of Christmas, whereas Black Friday is a day known for its sales and discounts on the day after Thanksgiving. Gray Thursday and Brown Thursday are both terms used to refer to Thanksgiving Day, when some stores start their Black Friday sales early. Buy Nothing Day is a counter-movement to Black Friday, encouraging people to not participate in the consumerism of the day.

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  • 8. 

    What re the legislations against Bak Friday called?

    • A.

      Bye laws 

    • B.

      Blue regulations 

    • C.

      Blue laws 

    • D.

      Franklin law

    Correct Answer
    C. Blue laws 
    Explanation
    Blue laws are legislation that restrict or regulate certain activities, particularly commercial activities, on Sundays or other specific days of the week. These laws often prohibit the sale of certain goods or services, such as alcohol or certain types of entertainment, on these designated days. The term "blue laws" originated from the blue paper on which the laws were printed in the 18th century.

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  • 9. 

    What is the origin of "Black" in Black Friday?

    • A.

      Panic of 1789

    • B.

      Panic of 1869

    • C.

      Clash of Titans 

    • D.

      Battle of the Romans 

    Correct Answer
    B. Panic of 1869
    Explanation
    The origin of "Black" in Black Friday refers to the Panic of 1869. This was a financial crisis that occurred in the United States, specifically on September 24, 1869, when the price of gold plummeted due to a manipulation scheme by two investors, Jay Gould and James Fisk. This caused a stock market crash and widespread financial panic, leading to the term "Black Friday" being used to describe the event.

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  • 10. 

    Which of these persons is not associated with the origin of Black Friday?

    • A.

      James Fisk

    • B.

      Abel Corbin

    • C.

      Mat Rochester 

    • D.

      Jay Gould 

    Correct Answer
    C. Mat Rochester 
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