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Quiz about Find the Famous People Who Go By One Name Pt 3
Quiz about Find the Famous People Who Go By One Name Pt 3

Find the Famous People Who Go By One Name (Pt 3) Quiz


Each sentence has a famous person known by one name, like Confucius, or Seal. In the sentence "He gained his sea legs," the hidden one-named person is Seal ("SEA Legs"). If the answer choices for him are: Singer, Actor, Mayor, Boxer. You'd pick singer.

A multiple-choice quiz by Billkozy. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
Billkozy
Time
4 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
416,905
Updated
Jul 10 24
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
7 / 10
Plays
152
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Question 1 of 10
1. Here's the first sentence containing a famous one-named person hidden within it:

"When I looked up from my plate of calamari, "Hannah and Her Sisters" was playing on the movie screen.

Hiding within that sentence is a famous person who goes by a single name. Figure out who it is, and then see which of the clue answers best applies.
Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. And the next sentence is:

"Upon smelling the honey sac, a gaw eagerly came over his hungry eyes."

Somewhere within that sentence is a famous person who goes by one name. Work out which famous person, and then see which of the clue answers best applies.
Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. Where is the famous person who goes by one name in this sentence?

"I had raked up all the leaves in time for the garden party."

Concealed within that sentence is a famous one-named person. Find where that person is, and then see which of the clue answers best applies.
Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. Here is the next sentence:

When his patients would get a stiff neck, the chiro hit obliquus capitas inferiors muscles.

Somewhere within that sentence is a famous person who goes by one name. Work out where that person is, and then see which of the clue answers best applies.
Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. In this sentence, can you find a famous person who goes by one name?

The peasants' revolt aired every night on the ABC news cast.

Somewhere within that sentence is famous person known by a single name. Work out which person, and then see which of the clue answers best applies.
Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. In this sentence, can you find a famous person who goes by one name?

At the talent agency William Morris, Seymour Cassel tried to switch representation.

Somewhere within that sentence is a famous person who goes by one name. Scan it and find the person, and then see which of the clue answers best applies.
Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. Can you find the famous person known by a single name in this sentence?

On the arachnid graph, Aelurillus is in the family Salticidae of jumping spiders.

Concealed within that sentence is a famous person who goes by one name. Which clue applies to that person?
Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. In this sentence, can you find a famous person known by a single name?

He was reprimanded for brandishing a fighting knife.

Your task here is to find where a famous person who goes by one name is hiding, and then see which of the clues applies.
Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. Here is the next sentence that has a famous person known by a single name within it:

A limestone mine might turn into a metamorphic rock called marble.

A famous person who goes by one name is in that sentence. Find where that person is, and then see which of the clue answers best applies.
Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. Here is the last sentence:

"Finding life elsewhere in the cosmos is actually not hopeless."

The hidden famous person who goes by one name in that sentence is what you're looking for. Then see which of the clue answers best applies.
Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Here's the first sentence containing a famous one-named person hidden within it: "When I looked up from my plate of calamari, "Hannah and Her Sisters" was playing on the movie screen. Hiding within that sentence is a famous person who goes by a single name. Figure out who it is, and then see which of the clue answers best applies.

Answer: Singer

You can find the famous person in the sentence: "...plate of calamaRI, "HANNAh and..."
Born Robyn Rihanna Fenty on February 20, 1988, the singer known as Rhianna won several beauty pageants before she was introduced to the record producer Evan Rodgers, who set up a meeting for her with Jay-Z of Def Jam Records in New York. She signed with them at the age of 16. In 2023, Rihanna became the first female billionaire to sing in a Super Bowl Halftime Show. And she did it while very noticeably pregnant.
2. And the next sentence is: "Upon smelling the honey sac, a gaw eagerly came over his hungry eyes." Somewhere within that sentence is a famous person who goes by one name. Work out which famous person, and then see which of the clue answers best applies.

Answer: Explorer

You can find the famous person in the sentence: "...honey SAC, A GAW EAgerly..."
Sacagawea was born in May 1788 in Idaho, USA. She joined the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1804 along with her husband, Charbonneau, who had been hired as a guide and interpreter. Sacagawea's knowledge of the land and her ability to communicate with various Native American tribes and translate to Lewis and Clark proved to be invaluable. She died on December 20, 1812 in South Dakota, USA.
3. Where is the famous person who goes by one name in this sentence? "I had raked up all the leaves in time for the garden party." Concealed within that sentence is a famous one-named person. Find where that person is, and then see which of the clue answers best applies.

Answer: Rapper

You can find the famous person in the sentence: "I haD RAKEd up all..." Aubrey Drake Graham was born in Toronto, Ontario, on October 24, 1986. Known as Drake, he appeared in many commercials when starting out. He gained fame in 2001, playing Jimmy Brooks, a wheelchair-bound character who was shot by a classmate on "Degrassi: The Next Generation". Drake's music career began after he released a mix tape called, "Room for Improvement", and really took off after his third mix tape, "So Far Gone". He has since had many successful singles on the Billboard Hot 100, and has won several Grammy Awards.
4. Here is the next sentence: When his patients would get a stiff neck, the chiro hit obliquus capitas inferiors muscles. Somewhere within that sentence is a famous person who goes by one name. Work out where that person is, and then see which of the clue answers best applies.

Answer: Emperor

You can find the famous person in the sentence: "...the cHIRO HIT Obliquus..."
Born on April 29, 1901, Emperor Showa, commonly known by his personal name Hirohito, was the 124th emperor of Japan. He ruled from Christmas Day 1926, until he died on January 7, 1989, upon which he was succeeded by his eldest son, Akihito. Hirohito was the longest-reigning historical Japanese emperor, but his exact role in the country's World War II actions is a matter of debate as some say he was a powerless figurehead, while some say he did indeed have significant influence over military decisions.
5. In this sentence, can you find a famous person who goes by one name? The peasants' revolt aired every night on the ABC news cast. Somewhere within that sentence is famous person known by a single name. Work out which person, and then see which of the clue answers best applies.

Answer: Writer

You can find the famous person in the sentence: "...peasants reVOLT AIREd every night..." Born François Marie Arouet on November 21, 1694, in Paris, the French writer, philosopher, historian, satirist and playwright known as Voltaire, had a Jesuit education and even studied law. Living in exile in England after several essays criticized French royalty, he became inspired by English literature, particularly William Shakespeare.

While living in Geneva, Switzerland, he wrote his most famous work in 1759, "Candide." Twenty-eight years after leaving, Voltaire would return to Paris in 1778, having become a national celebrity.
6. In this sentence, can you find a famous person who goes by one name? At the talent agency William Morris, Seymour Cassel tried to switch representation. Somewhere within that sentence is a famous person who goes by one name. Scan it and find the person, and then see which of the clue answers best applies.

Answer: Singer

You can find the famous person in the sentence: "...William MORRIS, SEYmour Cassel..."
Born May 22, 1959, in Davyhulme, Manchester, England, Steven Patrick Morrissey, better known as Morrissey, started out as a writer before his love of pop music and film took hold of him. In the 1980s, he began collaborating with Johnny Marr on songwriting, and then along with Andy Rourke on bass, and Mike Joyce on drums they formed the band known as The Smiths. Morrissey would have great success as a solo artist as well, after The Smiths broke up in 1987.
7. Can you find the famous person known by a single name in this sentence? On the arachnid graph, Aelurillus is in the family Salticidae of jumping spiders. Concealed within that sentence is a famous person who goes by one name. Which clue applies to that person?

Answer: Painter

You can find the famous person in the sentence: "...arachnid gRAPH AELurillus is in..." The Renaissance painter and architect Raphael was born Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino in Urbino, Italy, in 1483. After painting in various cities in Italy, Raphael moved to Rome in 1508, whereupon Pope Julius II commissioned him to paint frescoes in the Vatican's Apostolic Palace. Raphael would later also paint The School of Athens fresco in the Vatican's Stanza della Segnatura, and paint many portraits of the Madonna. Along with Da Vinci and Michelangelo, Raphael is considered one of the trinity of great masters of the High Renaissance.
8. In this sentence, can you find a famous person known by a single name? He was reprimanded for brandishing a fighting knife. Your task here is to find where a famous person who goes by one name is hiding, and then see which of the clues applies.

Answer: Supermodel

You can find the famous person in the sentence: "He was reprIMANded for..."
Iman Mohamed Abdulmajid was born July 25, 1955, in Mogadishu, Somalia. Iman became well-known first as a supermodel who worked with designers such as Versace, Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, and Yves Saint Laurent. She would branch out into becoming an actress, actress, business entrepreneur in the fashion and beauty industries, and a philanthropist. She was married to rock legend David Bowie from 1992 until his death in 2016.
9. Here is the next sentence that has a famous person known by a single name within it: A limestone mine might turn into a metamorphic rock called marble. A famous person who goes by one name is in that sentence. Find where that person is, and then see which of the clue answers best applies.

Answer: Rapper

You can find the famous person in the sentence: "A limestonE MINE Might turn..." Marshall Bruce Mathers III, aka Eminem, was born October 17, 1972, in St. Joseph, Missouri. He started rapping at the age of four, eventually becoming one of the best-selling music artists in the business. "Lose Yourself", "Love the Way You Lie" and "Not Afraid" have all been certified Diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America, meaning they sold over 10 million units. Eminem has won several Grammy Awards, American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, an Oscar (for Best Original Song "Lose Yourself") and a MTV Europe Music Global Icon Award.
10. Here is the last sentence: "Finding life elsewhere in the cosmos is actually not hopeless." The hidden famous person who goes by one name in that sentence is what you're looking for. Then see which of the clue answers best applies.

Answer: Soccer star

You can find the famous person in the sentence: "...in the cosmos is actually not hoPELEss."
Born on October 23, 1940 in Brazil, Edson Arantes do Nascimento became known to the world simply as Pelé, the greatest soccer player of all time. He won three World Cups with his national team of Brazil (1958 in Sweden, 1962 in Chile, and 1970 in Mexico). Over his career, he scored 1,281 goals in 1,363 games, according to FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association). He would play for the New York Cosmos from 1975 to 1977 in the North American Soccer League.
Source: Author Billkozy

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