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Are you a Traveller? Do you like exploring different cities and places? So, here's the quiz made on your interest. This quiz will help you learn new travel-related vocabulary which may be new to you or you are already aware of. So, let's try out this quiz. All the best!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Very Dirty

    • A.

      Grubby

    • B.

      Awe-inspiring

    • C.

      Haphazard

    • D.

      Tacky

    Correct Answer
    A. Grubby
    Explanation
    The word "grubby" is the correct answer because it means dirty or grimy. The other words in the list - awe-inspiring, haphazard, and tacky - do not have the same meaning as dirty. Therefore, "grubby" is the most appropriate choice in this context.

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  • 2. 

    Giving a feeling of Respect and Amazement

    • A.

      Grubby

    • B.

      Awe-inspiring

    • C.

      Haphazard

    • D.

      Tacky

    Correct Answer
    B. Awe-inspiring
    Explanation
    The word "awe-inspiring" means something that evokes a feeling of respect and amazement. It suggests that whatever is being described is impressive and deserving of admiration. In the given options, "awe-inspiring" is the only word that fits this meaning. "Grubby" means dirty or grimy, "haphazard" means lacking order or organization, and "tacky" means cheap or tasteless. None of these words convey the same sense of respect and amazement as "awe-inspiring."

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  • 3. 

    Full of people who are very busy or lively

    • A.

      Clogged

    • B.

      Bustling

    • C.

      Soaring

    • D.

      In-your-face

    Correct Answer
    B. Bustling
    Explanation
    The word "bustling" accurately describes a place that is full of people who are very busy or lively. It implies a sense of activity, movement, and energy. This word suggests that the place is vibrant and bustling with people going about their daily activities. It conveys a positive and lively atmosphere, making it the most suitable choice among the given options.

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  • 4. 

    Very tall or high in the sky

    • A.

      Clogged

    • B.

      Bustling

    • C.

      Soaring

    • D.

      In-your-face

    Correct Answer
    C. Soaring
    Explanation
    "Soaring" is the correct answer because it means very tall or high in the sky. It accurately describes something that is elevated or reaching great heights. The other options do not convey the same meaning. "Clogged" means blocked or congested, "bustling" means busy or full of activity, and "in-your-face" means aggressive or confrontational. Therefore, "soaring" is the best choice to describe something that is very tall or high in the sky.

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  • 5. 

    Cosmopolitan

    • A.

      Uncultured

    • B.

      Village

    • C.

      Somewhere with a rich and varied mix of cultures and languages.

    • D.

      Damp and Dingy 

    Correct Answer
    C. Somewhere with a rich and varied mix of cultures and languages.
    Explanation
    The word "cosmopolitan" typically refers to a place that is diverse and multicultural, with a variety of cultures and languages. This aligns with the given answer, which states that "cosmopolitan" means "somewhere with a rich and varied mix of cultures and languages." The other options, "uncultured" and "damp and dingy," do not accurately describe the meaning of "cosmopolitan."

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  • 6. 

    Touristy

    • A.

      Monuments

    • B.

      Fun and Frolic

    • C.

      Visited by lots of tourists

    • D.

      Merry

    Correct Answer
    C. Visited by lots of tourists
    Explanation
    The word "touristy" suggests that something is popular among tourists or related to tourism. The word "monuments" further supports this idea as monuments are often visited by tourists. The phrase "fun and frolic" implies that the place is enjoyable and lively, which is typically the case in tourist destinations. Lastly, the word "merry" reinforces the notion of a joyful and lively atmosphere, which is often present in places visited by lots of tourists. Therefore, the given answer "Visited by lots of tourists" aligns with the clues provided in the question.

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  • 7. 

    Bustling

    • A.

      Stagnant

    • B.

      Boring 

    • C.

      A Crowded busy place, Lively Fast Paced

    • D.

      Isolated

    Correct Answer
    C. A Crowded busy place, Lively Fast Paced
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "A Crowded busy place, Lively Fast Paced". The words "bustling" and "stagnant" are antonyms, and "bustling" means a place that is crowded and busy, while "stagnant" means a place that is isolated and lacking activity. Therefore, "bustling" can be described as a crowded and lively place with a fast pace.

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  • 8. 

    Ancient

    • A.

      Modern

    • B.

      A Place that has a long history, Historic

    • C.

      Extinct

    • D.

      Adventurous

    Correct Answer
    B. A Place that has a long history, Historic
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "A Place that has a long history, Historic". This is because the word "ancient" refers to something that is very old or from a long time ago. Similarly, the word "historic" also refers to something that is significant or important in history. Therefore, the two words are synonymous and can be used interchangeably to describe a place that has a long history.

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  • 9. 

     I live in a _______________ of a busy town in the south of Spain 

    • A.

      Commercial area

    • B.

      Residential area

    • C.

      Agricultural area

    • D.

      Metro area

    Correct Answer
    B. Residential area
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Residential area" because the statement mentions living in a specific part of a busy town, indicating that it is a place where people reside. This suggests that it is not a commercial or agricultural area, which are more focused on business or farming activities. Additionally, the mention of living in the south of Spain does not provide any specific information to suggest it is a metro area.

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  • 10. 

    Large shopping centres outside of the town or city

    • A.

      Boarded up shops

    • B.

      Inner cities

    • C.

      Out of town shopping centre/retail park

    • D.

      Public spaces

    Correct Answer
    C. Out of town shopping centre/retail park
    Explanation
    The answer "out of town shopping centre/retail park" is correct because it directly relates to the given context of "Large shopping centres outside of the town or city." This type of shopping centre is typically located away from the main urban area and offers a variety of retail stores and amenities. The mention of "boarded up shops" and "inner cities" suggests that the focus is on areas that are experiencing a decline in business, making the out of town shopping centre a viable alternative for consumers. The term "public spaces" is not directly connected to the given context and is therefore not the correct answer.

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