Find a Hidden World Capital in Each Sentence-pt.19
Billkozy on 04/09/2008
|At last! The final Hidden Word Quiz involving World Capitals. I hope you liked them and I'm taking suggestions for the next theme involving hidden words within sentences.|
The gimmick here is easy: Each question will be a simple sentence that has a world capital hidden in plain sight within it. For instance in the sentence "The par is three for this golf hole" the hidden world capital is PARIS:
"The PAR IS three for this golf hole."
Easy right? But in order to avoid listing the answer in the multiple choices, I will list countries, one of which is the country of the hidden world capital. So in that above example, you would pick France from amongst the multiple choices, because Paris is the capital of France. Otherwise there'd be no challenge to simply looking at the multiple choices and matching which one is obviously in the sentence. This way the word play will be combined with a bit of geography trivia knowledge.
If this is your first time, be careful, these puzzles are addictive! And if you have a topic you'd like to see for the next series of hidden-word-in-the-sentence quizzes, feel free to let me know. And please don't forget to rate the quiz! Thanks!
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