Find a Hidden U.S. State in Each Sentence, part 5
Billkozy on 02/11/2009
|The "Find the hidden word in each sentence" quizzes are back. This time, we're looking for the name of a U.S. state hidden within each sentence. Each sentence in this quiz will feature one of the American states concealed within it. |
For instance, in the sentence: "When Mary landed a rich husband she was set for life," the state in that sentence is Maryland: "When MARY LANDed a rich husband she was set for life." However, to make it a little more challenging, I won't include the states in the multiple choices but instead will list five state capitals, one of which is the capital of the state hidden in the sentence. This way it avoids the unchallenging aspect of simply looking at the states in the choices and matching one to the sentence. Where would be the fun in that? Plus, this puzzle will offer a combination of word play with geography knowledge. So, in the above example again, if the choices were: Annapolis, Albany, Columbus, Atlanta, and Juneau, you would pick Annapolis, because Annapolis is the capital of Maryland.
Good luck! And please rate the quiz afterward if you have the chance. Thanks!
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