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Once Upon A Time . . .

written by: skallabeng
 
You might think you know your fairy tales, but do you? This quiz focuses on some very trivial details of fairy tales, enjoy!

Question 1:


Speaking of the famous fairy tale, that girl with the long hair was named which of these plants?
Turnip
Rampion
Safflower
Lettuce

Question 2:


Sleeping Beauty pricked her finger on the part of a spinning wheel that does this.
Powers the wheel
Collects the finished thread
Twists the fibres into a thread
Sorts the finished threads

Question 3:


Why does Cinderella wear a glass slipper?
"Vair" (fur), was mistaken for "verre" (glass).
Glass shoes sound like something a princess would wear.
Glass shoes were worn by royalty.
They were a symbol of her purity.

Question 4:


The Little Mermaid refused to kill the prince, so she eventually ends up as this.
A mermaid again.
A daughter of the air.
Foam on the waves.
A block-buster animated film.

Question 5:


Only one of the following descriptions of the features of Snow White is true. Can you spot it?
Rosaceae cheeks.
Ice crystal eyes.
Hemophiliac lips.
Wooden hair.

Question 6:


Referring to a well-known fairy tale, the miller's daughter had to spin what?
Dried stalks of marsh plant.
Dry stalks of grass.
Dry stalks of wheat.
Dry stalks of corn.

Question 7:


The witch in "Hansel and Gretel" was probably raised in this part of the world.
Eastern Europe
The Middle East
Italy
England

Question 8:


Referring to the popular fairy tale, what is the name of the goose girl's enchanted horse?
Salada - white as salt
Fallow - pale in colour
Falada - to speak
Saladin - righteousness

Question 9:


Poor Eliza of the famous fairy tale, had to make eleven shirts of what plant?
Urticaceae
Belonidae
Belladonna
Urticaria

 


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