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What’s it called?

This one is a Name Quiz. You have to find the name of the object shown in the image. Make sure you spell the word correctly, otherwise you might lose marks. All the best!


What’s it called Quiz

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#1. This is a tape _______________ (Nine letters)

A tape dispenser holds a roll of tape, and by using some mechanism it dispenses tape.

#2. The pair of objects in the picture are used as supports placed at the ends of a row of books to keep them upright. What are they called? (Eight letters)

They are called bookends. Singular is bookend.

#3. This is called a basketball net. It is also known as a basketball _____________. (Four letters)

A basketball hoop.

#4. What is the red object in the picture called? The name has got four letters.

It’s called a dart. It is thrown at a target board. Depending on where your dart lands on the board, you will be awarded points ranging from 1 to 60.

#5. What's it called? It's a six-letter word.

Abacus. A simple device for calculating, consisting of a frame with rows of wires or grooves along which beads are slid.

#6. What's it called? It's a four-letter word.

Fork. An implement with two or more prongs used for lifting food to the mouth or holding it when cutting.

#7. The lady in the picture is holding a musical instrument. Can you name it? The name has eight letters.

It is a clarinet.

#8. This object is known as a fire ______________ (Twelve letters)

A fire extinguisher is an active fire protection device used to extinguish or control small fires, often in emergency situations.

#9. What's it called? It's a seven-letter word.

Lantern. It is portable source of lighting, typically featuring a protective enclosure for the light source – historically usually a candle or a wick.

#10. These are used as eating utensils especially by the Chinese and the Japanese. What are they called? (Ten letters)

Chopsticks. They are shaped pairs of equal-length sticks that have been used as kitchen and eating utensils in most of East Asia for over three millennia.



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