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Do You Want to Build an Airplane? Quiz


Let's see if you can put an airplane together by finding various aircraft parts hidden in these ten sentences.

A multiple-choice quiz by RedHook13. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
RedHook13
Time
5 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
403,299
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
9 / 10
Plays
470
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Question 1 of 10
1. The twin girls over there are looking stunning tonight.

Answer: (four letters)
Question 2 of 10
2. I am a person who enjoys drinking wine. I refuse lagers!

Answer: (eight letters)
Question 3 of 10
3. That barista illegally sold me some marijuana flavored coffee.

Answer: (four letters)
Question 4 of 10
4. Kevin ordered himself a Subway sandwich. "Hold the mayo", Kevin said.

Answer: (four letters)
Question 5 of 10
5. My coach increased the number of laps I had to run today.

Answer: (four or five letters)
Question 6 of 10
6. After my heart was broken, gin enabled self healing.

Answer: (six letters)
Question 7 of 10
7. Mrs. Peacock pitched us an alibi after we accused her of murder.

Answer: (seven letters)
Question 8 of 10
8. The alleged blackmailer only wanted to be paid in twenty dollar bills.

Answer: (seven letters)
Question 9 of 10
9. Real time terrorism was witnessed by the world on September 11.

Answer: (nine letters)
Question 10 of 10
10. Paul Rudd eradicated the ants he found in his kitchen.

Answer: (six letters)

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. The twin girls over there are looking stunning tonight.

Answer: wing

"The t(WIN G)irls"

Most airplane wings are designed to have a greater curvature at the top than at the bottom. This generates lift as the air moving under the wing has lower speed and greater pressure than the air going over the top of the wing, which gains speed and loses pressure.
2. I am a person who enjoys drinking wine. I refuse lagers!

Answer: fuselage

"I re(FUSE LAGE)rs"

The fuselage is the main body of an aircraft. The aircraft is usually made out of light metals in order to keep the airplane's overall weight as low as possible. Some newer aircraft have bodies made of carbon fiber composite material to make them more fuel efficient.
3. That barista illegally sold me some marijuana flavored coffee.

Answer: tail

"baris(TA IL)legally"

The tail of the aircraft is also called the empennage. The tail consists of the vertical stabilizer which helps control the aircraft's lateral movement and the horizontal stabilizer which helps control the aircraft's pitch.
4. Kevin ordered himself a Subway sandwich. "Hold the mayo", Kevin said.

Answer: yoke

"Hold the ma(YO, KE)vin"

The yoke is an apparatus used to steer various aircraft. Pulling on the yoke will cause the aircraft to pitch up, while pushing the yoke will cause the aircraft to pitch down. Turning the yoke left or right will cause the aircraft to roll or bank in that direction, which is used to turn the aircraft.
5. My coach increased the number of laps I had to run today.

Answer: flaps

"number o(F LAPS)"

A flap or flaps are normally found on the back of an aircraft's wings. When the flaps are engaged, they increase the curvature of the wings in order to increase lift. The flaps are normally lowered before takeoff and during landing in order to maintain lift while the aircraft is traveling at lower speeds. Slats are found on the front of the wings and serve a similar role to flaps.
6. After my heart was broken, gin enabled self healing.

Answer: engine

"brok(EN, GIN E)nabled"

Engines are used to propel the aircraft forward in order to gain the speed required to generate lift. Some aircraft engines are connected to propellers which push air backwards in order to generate enough speed for the air to lift the plane. Modern airliners are controlled by turbofan engines, which allow the plane to reach higher speeds by heating up the air it takes in and expelling it through the rear.
7. Mrs. Peacock pitched us an alibi after we accused her of murder.

Answer: cockpit

"Mrs. Pea(COCK PIT)ched"

The cockpit is the area of the aircraft where the pilot and copilot sit. Here you will find the yoke or control stick, instrument panels, throttle controls, radio controls, navigation controls and other tools used to ensure a safe and enjoyable flight.
8. The alleged blackmailer only wanted to be paid in twenty dollar bills.

Answer: aileron

"blackm(AILER ON)ly"

Ailerons are also found at the back of the wings and are used to roll or bank an aircraft while in flight. When the yoke is turned left or right by the pilot, the ailerons respond with one side raising up and the other pushing down.
9. Real time terrorism was witnessed by the world on September 11.

Answer: altimeter

"Re(AL TIME TER)rorism"

The altimeter is found on the instrument panel of the aircraft's cockpit. It is used to display the aircraft's current altitude (height above sea level). Other instruments located on the instrument panel include the airspeed indicator, vertical speed indicator, attitude indicator, compass and heading indicator.
10. Paul Rudd eradicated the ants he found in his kitchen.

Answer: rudder

"Paul (RUDD ER)adicated"

The rudder is attached to the vertical stabilizer on the tail of the aircraft. It allows the aircraft to yaw (turn left or right while remaining level with the horizon). Most of the time the rudder is controlled by foot pedals located on the floor of the cockpit.
Source: Author RedHook13

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