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Collectively Speaking Quiz (2) .....

Collective nouns seem to be used very little these days, if ever used much at all. Can you identify the collective nouns for groups of these animals? 8 Questions.

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  • themightyox said on 21-Nov-2016, 3 months ago
    Nice one.
  • eleanor said on 13-Jun-2012, 4 years ago
    Had to guess again as the option I was taught wasn't there. I agree with choir2 and mumshoes on rooks. Depends on the quizzer and the source of information I suppose.
  • thedivinemrsm said on 12-Jun-2012, 4 years ago
    Again, I know nothing - I'll try the other quizzes to see if I do better!
  • mumshoes said on 12-Jun-2012, 4 years ago
    so did i
  • moominpapa said on 12-Jun-2012, 4 years ago
    Rooks can be parliament, buildinr or clamor..apparently :-)
  • choir2 said on 12-Jun-2012, 4 years ago
    I thought a group of rooks was a parliament.
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