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Hidden in each of these ten sentences is a type of ethnic clothing or footwear. Can you find them all?

A multiple-choice quiz by zorba_scank. Estimated time: 6 mins.
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Author
zorba_scank
Time
6 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
320,041
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
7 / 10
Plays
1075
Awards
Top 35% Quiz
Question 1 of 10
1. Zulekha wound the colourful cloth around her head while gazing at the few remaining fields that urbanisation had left untouched.

Answer: (One Word)
Question 2 of 10
2. Rukhsar, on getting her driver's license, made a beeline for the mall to do some shopping.

Answer: (One Word)
Question 3 of 10
3. As Kiyoshi wandered through the mall looking for traditional Japanese footwear, he marvelled at the beautifully decorated Target and Sears stores.

Answer: (One Word)
Question 4 of 10
4. Hansa riffled through the magazine looking for instructions on how to drape the six yard cloth in Indian style.

Answer: (One Word)
Question 5 of 10
5. The toy making company Hasbro guessed that the sales of their Irish Meara dolls would increase once they were fitted with conventional footwear.

Answer: (One Word, plural)
Question 6 of 10
6. The mail order catalogue had to be retyped as Jolie had mixed up the sizes.

Answer: (One Word)
Question 7 of 10
7. Upset that her request to go shopping was turned down by her mother, Sabuhi jabbed at her steak angrily.

Answer: (One Word)
Question 8 of 10
8. Baldric logged onto the online shopping website every morning to check for the latest offers on traditional Dutch footwear.

Answer: (One Word)
Question 9 of 10
9. Marcus gazed around the Senate anxiously, eager to gauge their reaction to his candidature.

Answer: (One Word)
Question 10 of 10
10. Upon choosing to camp overnight at Machu Picchu, Chasca bought this garment to keep herself warm.

Answer: (One Word)

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1. Zulekha wound the colourful cloth around her head while gazing at the few remaining fields that urbanisation had left untouched.

Answer: Turban

"...thaT URBANisation...."

Turbans are worn in a number of diverse cultures ranging from men belonging to the Sikh faith to women of West Indian descent. African women wear colourful scarves known as turbans to cover their heads.

Zulekha is an East African name meaning 'brilliant one' in Swahili.
2. Rukhsar, on getting her driver's license, made a beeline for the mall to do some shopping.

Answer: Sarong

"RukhSAR, ON Getting.."

A sarong is a piece of cloth wrapped around the waist and worn by both men and women in Indonesia and other Southeast Asian countries. Indonesia has the world's largest population of Muslims.

Rukhsar is an Islamic name meaning 'cheek'.
3. As Kiyoshi wandered through the mall looking for traditional Japanese footwear, he marvelled at the beautifully decorated Target and Sears stores.

Answer: Geta

..."TarGET And..."

Geta are traditional Japanese sandals made of wood. The flat wooden base is supported on two 'teeth' and the elevated sandals help to keep feet dry during rains and in the snow.

Kiyoshi is a Japanese name which means 'the quiet one'.
4. Hansa riffled through the magazine looking for instructions on how to drape the six yard cloth in Indian style.

Answer: Sari

"HanSA RIffled..."

A sari is commonly worn by women in the Indian subcontinent. It generally consists of a six or nine yard fabric which can be draped in different styles that have developed in various parts of the region.

Hansa is a Hindu name which means 'swan'.
5. The toy making company Hasbro guessed that the sales of their Irish Meara dolls would increase once they were fitted with conventional footwear.

Answer: Brogue

"...HasBRO GUESsed..."

The origin of brogues can be traced to Ireland and Scotland. They are shoes made of leather and have slight heels.

Meara is an Irish name derived from 'mara' the Irish word for sea.
6. The mail order catalogue had to be retyped as Jolie had mixed up the sizes.

Answer: Beret

"...BE RETyped.."

A beret, generally associated with France, is a soft, round, felt cap worn by both men and women. Berets are also common in the military.

Jolie is a French name meaning pretty.
7. Upset that her request to go shopping was turned down by her mother, Sabuhi jabbed at her steak angrily.

Answer: Hijab

"...SabuHI JABbed..."

Muslim women wear a veil to cover their heads which is popularly known as a hijab.

Sabuhi is an Islamic name meaning 'morning star'.
8. Baldric logged onto the online shopping website every morning to check for the latest offers on traditional Dutch footwear.

Answer: Clog

"BaldriC LOGged..."

Clogs are wooden footwear that were worn by the Dutch during farming and mining. They are also known as klompen.

Baldric is a Dutch name meaning 'brave ruler'.
9. Marcus gazed around the Senate anxiously, eager to gauge their reaction to his candidature.

Answer: Toga

"...TO GAuge..."

The toga consists of a long cloth draped around the body and generally worn over a tunic. In Ancient Rome, only male Roman citizens were allowed to wear it.

Marcus is a Roman name derived from that of the Roman god of warfare, Mars.
10. Upon choosing to camp overnight at Machu Picchu, Chasca bought this garment to keep herself warm.

Answer: Poncho

"uPON CHOosing..."

A poncho is a traditional Peruvian garment used for warmth. It has a hole in the centre for the head and openings for the arms.

Chasca is an Incan name meaning 'goddess of the dawn'.
Source: Author zorba_scank

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