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More British Slang and Quirky Sayings Quiz

This 2nd quiz contains some localized slang and sayings so therefore may be harder than the 1st one. Once again 'best of British to you' 12 Questions.

 
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If you ever go on holiday (vacation) to Devon, England you may hear some of the locals talking about 'grockels.' What are 'grockels'?

  • Small children
  • Tourists (like yourself)
  • Elderly people
  • Sea gulls

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You are in Scotland and someone asks if you would like 'tatties' with your Haggis, what do they mean?

  • Carrots
  • Gravy
  • Swead
  • Potatoes

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'Brass Monkey Weather' is a shorter version of a longer rather odd saying which describes the weather. What is the weather like if you here this saying?

  • Really hot
  • Really cold
  • Really windy
  • Really wet

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Can you complete this saying 'cat among the...?'

  • Mice
  • Birds
  • Pigeons
  • Dogs

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If someone told you to 'belt up' what would they be asking you to do?

  • Shut up or be quiet
  • Do your belt up, it's undone
  • Put a belt on, your trousers (pants) are falling down
  • Put on your seat belt in a car

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If you heard people saying things like 'gert lush' and 'alright my babber' which English city would you most likely be in?

  • Birmingham
  • Newcastle
  • Leeds
  • Bristol

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Can you complete this saying 'not my cup of...?'

  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Cocoa
  • Punch

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Can you complete this saying, 'Dressed to the...'?

  • Eights
  • Nines
  • Tens
  • Elevens

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What is 'elbow grease'?

  • Hard work
  • A hand lotion!
  • Skin care brand!
  • Grease left on your elbows from working in a chippy

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Which part of England would you most likely be in if people greeted you with the phrase 'ay - up'?

  • South West
  • East
  • Midlands
  • Anywhere

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Which two words complete this saying 'whatever ... your...'?

  • Floats and boat
  • Sinks and ship
  • Flaps and sail
  • Rows and boat

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Finally do you know the missing word from this phrase ' I don't give a...' which means I don't care?

  • pig's
  • monkey's
  • cat's
  • rabbit's

 

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