Find a Hidden U.S. State in Each Sentence - part 5
Billkozy on 12/09/2012
|Here's the 5th and last quiz in this series of "Find a Hidden U.S. State in Each Sentence" word puzzles! I hope you've enjoyed the previous quizzes with themes such as World Capitals, U.S. State Capitals, U.S. Presidents, Colors, Movie and TV Horses, Best Picture Oscars, Dog Breeds, Zodiac Signs, and Santa's Reindeer. |
In the meantime, the gimmick here is easy: Each question will be a sentence that has one of the states in plain sight within it. For instance, in the sentence "Give latex a shot." the hidden state is TEXAS:
"Give laTEX A Shot."
Easy right? But in order to avoid listing the answer in the multiple choices, I will list the capital of the state. One and only one of those capitals will apply to the state that is hidden in the sentence. Otherwise there'd be no challenge to simply looking at the multiple choices and matching which one is obviously in the sentence.
So for instance, in the example, "Give latex a shot" the multiple choices might be:
The Six Million Dollar Man, Steve's last name
The fifth wife of Henry VIII's last name
The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad's destination's name
The director's last name of the film "The Two Jakes"
Five-Card Charlie's last name
You would choose the answer "The Six Million Dollar Man, Steve's last name" because Austin is that state capital of Texas and matches up with that clue because his name was Steve Austin.
Good luck, and please don't forget to rate the quiz! Thanks!
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