Lucky Wheel: Summer Edition Quiz Answers

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Q 1. Let’s get started! Use the CLUES on the cards and tell us where you would you find these two things!

Choices:

Ducktales
Looney Tunes
Animaniacs
Scooby-Doo

Right Answer:
Scooby-Doo

Q Alt 1. Let’s get started! Use the CLUES on the cards and tell us where you would you find these two things!

Choices:

Iceland
Germany
Australia
Canada

Right Answer:
Australia

Q Alt 1-2. Let’s get started! Use the CLUES on the cards and tell us where you would find them!

Choices:

SpongeBob SquarePants
Scooby-Doo
Peanuts
The Simpsons

Right Answer:
Peanuts

Q Alt 1-3. Let’s get started! Use the CLUES on the cards and tell us which name is not related!

Choices:

Franklin
Marcie
Snoopy
Milhouse

Right Answer:
Milhouse

Q 2. Take a look at these two clues. Now tell us what were talking about here.

Choices:

Football game
Carnival
Garden Party
Concert

Right Answer:
Carnival

Q Alt 2. Take a look at these two clues. Now tell us what were talking about here.

Choices:

Bonfire
Concert
Boardwalk
Renaissance Fair

Right Answer:
Boardwalk

Q Alt 2-2. Take a look at these two clues. Now tell us what were talking about here.

Choices:

Kite surfing
Swimming
Yoga
Pilates

Right Answer:
Swimming

Q Alt 2-3. Take a look at these two clues. Now tell us what were talking about here.

Choices:

Water Park
Car park
Comic book store
Fairgrounds

Right Answer:
Water Park

Q Alt 2-4. Take a look at these two clues. Now tell us what were talking about here.

Choices:

Stonehenge
Ben Nevis
Thames River
Newgrange

Right Answer:
Stonehenge

Q 3. How about these two clues? What month of the year are we talking about?

Choices:

August
September
July
June

Right Answer:
June

Q Alt 3. How about these two clues? What month of the year are we talking about?

Choices:

June
August
September
July

Right Answer:
July

Q Alt 3-2. How about these two clues? What month of the year are we talking about?

Choices:

July
August
September
June

Right Answer:
August

Q Alt 3-3. How about these two clues? What month of the year are we talking about?

Choices:

July
August
September
June

Right Answer:
September

Q Alt 3-4. How about these two clues? What month of the year are we talking about?

Choices:

July
August
September
June

Right Answer:
August

Q 4. Which iconic summer dessert are we referring to here?

Choices:

Ice cream
Shebert
Sorbet
Custard

Right Answer:
Ice cream

Q Alt 4. What beverage are these two clues talking about?

Choices:

Shirley Temple
Sothern Belle
Grenadine Lassi
Arnold Palmer

Right Answer:
Shirley Temple

Q Alt 4-2. What exactly are these two clues talking about?

Choices:

Lemon-Tea Lassi
Arnold Palmer
Aunt Frances’ Lemonade
North-western sweet tea

Right Answer:
Arnold Palmer

Q Alt 4-3. Which iconic summer food are we referring to here?ù

Choices:

Gazpacho
Salmorejo
Vichyssoise
Summer Borscht

Right Answer:
Gazpacho

Q Alt 4-4. What exactly are these two clues talking about?

Choices:

S’mores
Tiramisu
Chocolate scones
Oreo donuts

Right Answer:
S’mores

Q 5. Tricky, tricky. The wheel is trying to spin you out. What are these clues referring to?

Choices:

Basketball
Football
Baseball
Hockey

Right Answer:
Basketball

Q Alt 5. Tricky, tricky. The wheel is trying to spin you out. What are these clues referring to?

Choices:

Chemistry
Gastronomy
Astronomy
Anatomy

Right Answer:
Anatomy

Q Alt 5-2. Tricky, tricky. The wheel is trying to spin you out. What are these clues referring to?

Choices:

Chemistry
Gastronomy
Astronomy
Anatomy

Right Answer:
Chemistry

Q Alt 5-3. Tricky, tricky. The wheel is trying to spin you out. What are these clues referring to?

Choices:

Chemistry
Gastronomy
Astronomy
Anatomy

Right Answer:
Gastronomy

Q 6. Check out these two clues. Then tell us the name of the sports team.

Choices:

Blue Jays
Cardinals
Blues
Bears

Right Answer:
Cardinals

Q Alt 6. Famous monuments! Where are these located?

Choices:

Paris
London
Amsterdam
Glasgow

Right Answer:
London

Q Alt 6-2. Famous monuments! Where are these located?

Choices:

China
United States
Canada
England

Right Answer:
United States

Q Alt 6-3. Famous monuments! Where are these located?

Choices:

Netherlands
Japan
Turkey
India

Right Answer:
India

Q 7. What famous event are we referring to here?

Choices:

Apollo 17
Watergate Scandal
World Chess Championship
Winter Olympics

Right Answer:
Apollo 17

Q Alt 7. What famous series are we referring to here?

Choices:

Discoworld
Star Wars
Harry Potter
Lord of the Rings

Right Answer:
Lord of the Rings

Q Alt 7-2. What famous series are we referring to here?

Choices:

Harry Potter
Game of Thrones
Star Wars
Lord of the Rings

Right Answer:
Game of Thrones

Q 8. What type of fruits are these?

Choices:

Squash
Melon
Berries
Citrus

Right Answer:
Citrus

Q Alt 8. What type of fruits are these?

Choices:

Fibrous drupe
Utricle
Legume
Berry

Right Answer:
Fibrous drupe

Q Alt 8-2. What type of fruits are these?

Choices:

Multiple fruit
Aggregate fruit
Simple fruit
Accessory fruit

Right Answer:
Aggregate fruit

Q Alt 8-3. Technically speaking, which food item is related the closest to the clues?

Choices:

Broccoli
Bell pepper
Cauliflower
Artichoke

Right Answer:
Bell pepper

Q 9. In which country would you find these two landmarks/destinations?

Choices:

Belgium
Austria
Switzerland
France

Right Answer:
Switzerland

Q Alt 9. In which country would you find these two landmarks/destinations?

Choices:

Belgium
Germany
Austria
Switzerland

Right Answer:
Germany

Q Alt 9-2. In which country would you find these two landmarks?

Choices:

Italy
Spain
China
Brazil

Right Answer:
Brazil

Q Alt 9-3. In which country would you find these two landmarks?

Choices:

France
Switzerland
Italy
Spain

Right Answer:
France

Q Alt 9-4. In which country would you find these two landmarks/destinations?

Choices:

Turkey
United Arab Emirates
Brazil
Spain

Right Answer:
Spain

Q 10. Where do these foods come from?

Choices:

Austria
Switzerland
Belgium
Italy

Right Answer:
Austria

Q Alt 10. Where do these foods come from?

Choices:

Norway
Denmark
Sweden
Iceland

Right Answer:
Iceland

Q Alt 10-2. Where do these foods come from?

Choices:

Denmark
Norway
Sweden
Iceland

Right Answer:
Sweden

Q Alt 10-3. Where do these foods come from?

Choices:

Norway
Iceland
Sweden
Denmark

Right Answer:
Norway

Q Alt 10-4. Where do these foods come from?

Choices:

UK
Germany
Italy
Mexico

Right Answer:
Mexico

Q 11. Both these clues are referring to what geometric shape?

Choices:

Hexadecagon
Decagon
Nonagon
Heptadecagon

Right Answer:
Heptadecagon

Q Alt 11. Both these clues appeared as…

Choices:

Hymns
Jokes
Comics
Poems

Right Answer:
Comics

Q Alt 11-2. What country are these clues referring to?

Choices:

Japan
Peru
Vietnam
Australia

Right Answer:
Japan

Q Alt 11-3. Both of these clues are eaten by…

Choices:

Penguins
Horses
Shrimps
Rhinoceroses

Right Answer:
Horses

Q 12. In which country would you find these two places?

Choices:

France
Italy
Germany
Spain

Right Answer:
Italy

Q Alt 12. In which region of Italy would find these two places?

Choices:

Lazio
Umbria
Campania
Lombardy

Right Answer:
Lazio

Q Alt 12-2. In which city would you find these two places?

Choices:

Athens
Paris
Florence
Rome

Right Answer:
Rome

Q 13. Which band are these clues referring to?

Choices:

The Beatles
The Guess Who
The Who
The Kinks

Right Answer:
The Beatles

Q Alt 13. Which all girl band are these clues referring to?

Choices:

All Saints
Spice Girls
Atomic Kitten
Bananarama

Right Answer:
Bananarama

Q Alt 13-2. To whom are these clues referring to?

Choices:

Bob Dylan
Bryan Adams
Brian Wilson
Bruce Springsteen

Right Answer:
Bryan Adams

Q Alt 13-3. Which artist are these clues referring to?

Choices:

Dua Lipa
Sia
Lana Del Ray
Ariana Grande

Right Answer:
Lana Del Ray

Q Alt 13-4. Which item do these two clues relate to the most?

Choices:

Tree
Basket
Cantaloupe
Watermelon

Right Answer:
Watermelon

Q Alt 13-5. Which country do these clues relate to?

Choices:

China
Sweden
Italy
England

Right Answer:
Italy

Q 14. Which of these foods contains the most of these two ingredients?

Choices:

Apricot
Orange
Peach
Guava

Right Answer:
Guava

Q Alt 14. Which of these foods contains the most of these two ingredients?

Choices:

Grapes
Watermelon
Raspberry
Cantaloupe

Right Answer:
Raspberry

Q Alt 14-2. Which of these foods contains the most of these two ingredients?

Choices:

Pomegranates
Oats
Bananas
Rice

Right Answer:
Pomegranates

Q 15. What are we referring to here?

Choices:

Breeds of horses
Breeds of sheep
Breeds of goat
Breeds of dog

Right Answer:
Breeds of goat

Q Alt 15. What are we referring to here?

Choices:

Breeds of cat
Breeds of sheep
Breeds of dog
Breeds of horses

Right Answer:
Breeds of cat

Q Alt 15-2. What are we referring to here?

Choices:

A set of tools
Types of snow leopards
Types of monkeys
Types of whales

Right Answer:
Types of monkeys

Q 16. In which game would you use our next clues?

Choices:

Backgammon
Checkers
Chess
Risk

Right Answer:
Chess

Q Alt 16. In which country is the game that uses these two clues believed to have originated?

Choices:

England
India
China
Italy

Right Answer:
India

Q Alt 16-2. Where do these belong?

Choices:

At court
At sea
In a church
In a chess set

Right Answer:
In a chess set

Q 17. What are the clues referring to here?

Choices:

Types of Japanese sweets
Dolphins
Tree varieties
Whales

Right Answer:
Dolphins

Q Alt 17. What are the clues referring to here?

Choices:

Tree varieties
Types of British sweets
Fish
Whales

Right Answer:
Fish

Q Alt 17-2. What are the clues referring to here?

Choices:

Types of Japanese sweets
Tree varieties
Fish
Whales

Right Answer:
Whales

Q 18. What are we talking about here?

Choices:

Varieties of bread
Cities in Italy
Species of mice
Types of boats

Right Answer:
Varieties of bread

Q Alt 18. What are we talking about here?

Choices:

Insect varieties
Parts on eyeglasses
Kitchen utensils
Gardening tools

Right Answer:
Gardening tools

Q Alt 18-2. What are we talking about here?

Choices:

Roof types
Sewing terms
Insect varieties
Pliers

Right Answer:
Pliers

Q 19. What are we referring to here?

Choices:

Breeds of dog
Breeds of goat
Breeds of sheep
Breeds of horses

Right Answer:
Breeds of goat

Q Alt 19. What are we referring to here?

Choices:

Breeds of swordfish
Breeds of catfish
Breeds of salmon
Breeds of cod

Right Answer:
Breeds of salmon

Q Alt 19-2. What are we referring to here?

Choices:

Breeds of horses
Breeds of dogs
Breeds of sheep
Breeds of goat

Right Answer:
Breeds of sheep

Q Alt 19-3. What are we referring to here?

Choices:

Breeds of horses
Breeds of dogs
Breeds of cat
Breeds of sheep

Right Answer:
Breeds of cat

Q Alt 19-4. What are we referring to here?

Choices:

Locations
Types of boats
Breeds of horses
Types of tents

Right Answer:
Breeds of horses

Q 20. Where would you find these two cities?

Choices:

Ukraine
Serbia
Russia
Poland

Right Answer:
Poland

Q Alt 20. Where would you find these two cities?

Choices:

Russia
Poland
Belgium
Norway

Right Answer:
Belgium

Q Alt 20-2. Where would you find these two cities?

Choices:

Poland
Serbia
Ukraine
Russia

Right Answer:
Serbia

Q Alt 20-3. Where would you find these two cities?

Choices:

Argentina
El Salvador
Brazil
Spain

Right Answer:
El Salvador

Q Alt 20-4. Where would you find these two cities?

Choices:

El Salvador
Spain
Argentina
Brazil

Right Answer:
Brazil

Q 21. What types of animals are these?

Choices:

Amphibians
Invertebrates
Fish
Reptiles

Right Answer:
Invertebrates

Q Alt 21. What types of animals are these?

Choices:

Invertebrates
Amphibians
Reptiles
Fish

Right Answer:
Amphibians

Q Alt 21-2. What types of animals are these?

Choices:

Amphibians
Arthropods
Predators
Mammals

Right Answer:
Mammals

Q 22. What are these two critters considered?

Choices:

Detrivorous
Omnivorous
Herbivorous
Carnivorous

Right Answer:
Detrivorous

Q Alt 22. What type of diet do these two critters have?

Choices:

Omnivorous
Herbivorous
Carnivorous
Detrivorous

Right Answer:
Herbivorous

Q Alt 22-2. What type of diet do these two critters have?

Choices:

Detrivorous
Herbivorous
Omnivorous
Carnivorous

Right Answer:
Omnivorous

Q Alt 22-3. What type of diet do these two critters have?

Choices:

Herbivorous
Omnivorous
Detrivorous
Carnivorous

Right Answer:
Omnivorous

Q Alt 22-4. In which part of the world do these two animals live?

Choices:

Southern Hemisphere
Northern Hemisphere
Western Hemisphere
Eastern Hemisphere

Right Answer:
Southern Hemisphere

Q 23. Look at the clues on the cards to get the points on the wheel! Where would you find these objects?

Choices:

Dentist
Construction site
Electrical mechanic’s workshop
Hair salon

Right Answer:
Electrical mechanic’s workshop

Q Alt 23. Look at the clues on the cards to get the points on the wheel! Where would you find these objects?

Choices:

Construction site
Hospital
Electrical mechanic’s workshop
Dentist

Right Answer:
Dentist

Q Alt 23-2. Look at the clues on the cards to get the points on the wheel! Where would you find these objects?

Choices:

Hospital
Dentist
Construction site
Electrical mechanic’s workshop

Right Answer:
Hospital

Q 24. Look at the image. Then type the generic name of the flower.

Right Answer:
Spanish irises

Q Alt 24. Look at the image. Then type the generic name of the flower.

Right Answer:
Marigold

Q Alt 24-2. Look at the image. Then type the generic name of the flower.

Right Answer:
Hydrangea

Q Alt 24-3. Look at the image. Then type the generic name of the flower.

Right Answer:
Aster

Q Alt 24-4. Look at the image. Then type the generic name of the flower.

Right Answer:
Petunias

Q 25. The wheel lights up again! Check your clues! Who was the director of these films?

Choices:

Tim Burton
John Carpenter
Steven Spielberg
Wes Craven

Right Answer:
Tim Burton

Q Alt 25. The wheel lights up again! Check your clues! Who composed the music for these films?

Choices:

Danny Elfman
Hans Zimmer
John Williams
James Horner

Right Answer:
Danny Elfman

Q Alt 25-2. The wheel lights up again! Check your clues! Which star was in both films?

Choices:

Matthew Broderick
Geena Davis
Johnny Depp
Winona Ryder

Right Answer:
Winona Ryder

Q 26. Which prestigious award are associated with these two figures?

Choices:

Pulitzer Prize
Fields Medal
Pritzker Architecture Prize
Noble Prize

Right Answer:
Pritzker Architecture Prize

Q Alt 26. We’ve decided to give you another card. The Blue card. It could be a clue or a false clue. It’s up to you if you want to use it: Which artist are we talking about?

Choices:

Claude Monet
Pablo Picasso
Diego Rivera
Frida Kahlo

Right Answer:
Pablo Picasso

Q Alt 26-2. What industry are these clues referring to?

Choices:

Tech
Animal husbandry
Culinary
Automotive

Right Answer:
Tech

Q 27. Now look again at the clues on the cards. Which sports teams links both clues?

Choices:

Springbok
Crusaders
Toulon
Hurricanes

Right Answer:
Springbok

Q Alt 27. Now look again at the clues on the cards. Which sports teams links both clues?

Choices:

Greece
Cyprus
England
Italy

Right Answer:
Italy

Q Alt 27-2. Now look again at the clues on the cards. What are they referring to?

Choices:

Breeds of dog
Arcade Fire music albums
Ancient dieties
Asian cuisines

Right Answer:
Ancient dieties

Q 28. Look at the clues on the cards to get your points! What do these signs stand for on the periodic table?

Choices:

Gas
Metalloid
Non-metal
Metal

Right Answer:
Gas

Q Alt 28. Look at the clues on the cards to get your points! What do these signs stand for on the periodic table?

Choices:

Gas
Metalloid
Non-metal
Metal

Right Answer:
Metalloid

Q Alt 28-2. Look at the clues on the cards to get your points! What do these signs stand for on the periodic table?

Choices:

Gas
Metalloid
Non-metal
Metal

Right Answer:
Metal

Q 29. Look at the clues on the wheel! There is another Blue clue, but it could also be misleading you. Take it or leave it to answer the question: Who are we talking about here?

Choices:

Marat
Napoleon
Louis XVI
Danton

Right Answer:
Napoleon

Q Alt 29. Look at the clues on the wheel! There is another Blue clue, but it could also be misleading you. Take it or leave it to answer the question: Who are we talking about here?

Choices:

Hannibal
Attila
Sulla
Vercingetorix

Right Answer:
Attila

Q Alt 29-2. Look at the clues on the wheel! There is another Blue clue, but it could also be misleading you. Take it or leave it to answer the question: Who are we talking about here?

Choices:

Tiberius
Diocletian
Vespasian
Julius Caesar

Right Answer:
Julius Caesar

Q 30. Click PLAY to watch the video and answer the question! Type the correct letter which corresponds to the answer.

Right Answer:
C

Q Alt 30. Click PLAY to watch the video and answer the question! Type the correct letter which corresponds to the answer.

Right Answer:
B

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