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British Slang and Quirky Sayings

Best of British to you, or in other words good luck! 12 Questions.

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Can you complete this saying by filling in the missing word? 'let the... out of the bag'

  • Dog
  • Cat
  • Pig
  • Rabbit

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What do us Brits mean if we describe someone as 'dishy' or 'a bit of a dish'?

  • They are good looking
  • There face looks like satellite dish
  • They are clearly overweight
  • None of the above

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Other than when raising their glass to make a toast at a an event, when else might a Brit use the word 'cheers'?

  • To make someone smile
  • when saying goodbye
  • To mean thank you
  • All of the above

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What is missing from this saying, 'Down to a...'?

  • The letter R
  • The word dot
  • The word point
  • The letter T

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What is a 'knees up'?

  • A sitting possition
  • A yoga move
  • A party
  • A dance style

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If someone has sent you on a 'wild goose chase' where have you been?

  • Chasing wild geese
  • On long pointless journy
  • Hunting for something you can't find
  • A mix of two and three

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Can you complete this saying by filling in the blanks? 'It's all... and...'?

  • Slides and Swings
  • Swings and Seesaws
  • Seesaws and Roundabouts
  • Swings and Roundabouts

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If someone says to you 'on yer (your) bike' what do they mean?

  • They are asking if you would like to go cycling
  • They are telling you to get back on your bike
  • They are telling you to go away because they don't like you
  • It is a way of wishing cyclists luck in a race

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Which two words could be used to complete this saying? Keep your... on'

  • Hair or shirt
  • Hat or scarf
  • Shoes or socks
  • Top or trousers

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What does it mean if someone is in a 'strop'?

  • They are upset
  • They are scared
  • They are worried
  • They are sulking

Question 11 Photo

If someone is 'bladderd' what is wrong with them?

  • They need to pee
  • They are drunk
  • They are unwell
  • They've been hurt badly

Question 12 Photo

Who is your uncle!!!?

  • Bill
  • Ben
  • Barry
  • Bob