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Up & Down Word Quiz #1

The answer to a question will start off a phrase with the one after it EX: Blue- Tooth- Paste (Bluetooth, Toothpaste)
Quiz by BBeachBall
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Last updated: September 26, 2023
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First submittedSeptember 26, 2023
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Center of the Solar System
Sun
Covers a house
Roof
Highest part of something
Top
Hidden Fact
Secret
Worker for the Government
Agent
Mix of Red and Yellow
Orange
The Male version is called a Rooster
Chicken
A Boogie, Salsa, or Disco
Dance
Bottom of a Room
Floor
Plot or Scheme
Plan
Stories and Tales in written work
Book
Mart or Shop to Purchase Goods within
Store
Opposite of Back
Front
Individual parts of a sentence, this one has 9.
Word
Metal Worker
Smith
Fe, on the Periodic Table
Iron
Planks, or Panels of Wood
Board
Fun activities to play, such as Soccer, or GTA
Game
To engage in an activity for fun
Play
Round object thrown around
Ball
Part of a House, Bed-, Bath-, or Kitchen.
Room
Partner, or Friend in Australia
Mate
3 Comments
+3
Level 66
Nov 8, 2023
Almost. I could not get board or book because the clues are not quite right, and because I have never heard the terms 'plan book' or 'iron board'. Are you thinking of ironing board?
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Level 82
Nov 8, 2023
This felt very weird - almost as if it was written by someone who was not a native English speaker?

Several of the "phrases" (which itself is a somewhat odd thing to call them) are definitely not idiomatically common terms. They consist of words that are semantically related, perhaps, but would pretty much never appear together in this way:

● Plan book?

● Front word?

● Smith iron?

● Iron board? (This feels like it is trying to be "ironing board")

● Play ball? (Yes, this is a phrase that is uttered by an umpire at a baseball game, but with that being pretty much the only specific context where you'd ever hear it, it feels at odds with the other answers which are mostly more generic terms.)

Also, a number of the answers don't match their clues very well. Some of these are just because of number agreement (e.g.: "Planks or Panels of Wood" is plural but "Board" is singular). But then: "Book" for "Stories and Tales in written work"? That doesn't really follow, IMHO.

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Level 57
Nov 8, 2023
Love the concept. With a bit of refinement this quiz would be amazing. I got them all but I do agree with the others who have commented so far; some of the words do not seem to match and do not seem quite right. As I say, I really enjoyed doing it though