How Well Do You Know Confectionery?!

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How Well Do You Know Confectionery?! - Quiz

A quiz about the logos of different types of chocolate, sweets, or any sort of confectionery! You must spell the name of the item correctly and if it is a bar hust write the type of bar and don't add 'bar' at the end :)


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    The correct answer is "Crunchie, crunchie, CRUNCHIE" because it shows that the word "Crunchie" can be written in different cases (lowercase and uppercase) and it is repeated three times.

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    The given answer "Rolo, rolo, ROLO" is the correct answer because it lists the word "Rolo" in three different formats: capitalized, lowercase, and capitalized with all letters in uppercase. This suggests that the question is asking for the word "Rolo" to be written in different case formats.

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    The given answer, "Smarties, smarties, SMARTIES," is a correct response because it accurately lists the different variations of the word "Smarties" in different cases. The word "Smarties" is repeated three times, each time with a different capitalization. This suggests that the question is asking for the correct capitalization of the word "Smarties" in different contexts.

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    The given answer "Haribo, haribo, HARIBO" is likely referring to the brand name "Haribo" which is a popular confectionery company known for its gummy candies. The repetition of the name in different cases (lowercase and uppercase) might suggest emphasis or recognition of the brand's name.

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    The correct answer is "Galaxy, galaxy, GALAXY". The question is asking for the name of something that is called in three different ways, with different capitalization. In this case, the word "Galaxy" is the correct answer as it is spelled the same in all three variations.

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    The given answer "Mars,mars,MARS" suggests that the name of the object being referred to in the question is "Mars". The variations in capitalization (Mars, mars, MARS) indicate that the answer is not case-sensitive and any of these forms would be considered correct.

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    The given answer "Refreshers, refreshers, REFRESHERS" is a repetition of the word "Refreshers" in different capitalizations. It suggests that the term being referred to is "Refreshers" and the answer emphasizes this by repeating it multiple times.

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    The given answer "Wham, wham, WHAM" is most likely the correct answer because it matches the format and repetition of the given text "Wham wham WHAM". The repeated use of the word "wham" with varying capitalization suggests a pattern or emphasis, which is likely the intended answer.

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    The correct answer is M&M's, M&M'S, m&m's, M&m's. This is because the question is asking for the correct way to write the name of the candy brand "M&M's". The brand name is written with a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, and the use of apostrophes is also correct. Therefore, all variations provided in the answer are correct.

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    The given correct answer is "Twix, twix, TWIX". The question is asking for the name of something, which is "Twix". The repetition of the word in different cases (capitalized and lowercase) suggests that the answer is not case-sensitive. Therefore, "Twix, twix, TWIX" is the correct answer.

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