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Find a Job, Would You? Trivia Quiz


Hidden within these sentences are ten different jobs. See if you can find them! (Note: the parts of the hidden word may be separated by punctuation in the sentence but should not be included in your answer).

A multiple-choice quiz by guitargoddess. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Time
5 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
363,348
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
9 / 10
Plays
2243
Awards
Top 10% Quiz
Last 3 plays: gme24 (9/10), hbosch (10/10), Guest 71 (2/10).
1. Have some tea, Cheryl, quickly. You don't want to be late for algebra.

Answer: (One Word (7 letters))
2. Do not overreact or I will never tell you any news again, but I got a starring role!

Answer: (One word (5 letters))
3. What a fiasco! Peter got himself arrested last night.

Answer: (One Word (3 letters))
4. What a day. We went on an outing to visit Terrance and one of the kids threw up on him.

Answer: (One Word (6 letters))
5. I've invented a new product! You just mix this, this and this, wait for the reaction... and you've got Moustache Mist!

Answer: (One word (7 letters))
6. Fix the engine, Eric, or the train won't go!

Answer: (One Word (8 letters))
7. Dr. Jordan, certain treatments of yours seem to be making the ballerinas uncomfortable.

Answer: (One Word (6 letters - not Dr., Ballerina or King))
8. I'm having apple pie à la mode. Lisa isn't having dessert, as she needs to stay thin.

Answer: (One Word (5 letters))
9. I have a tummy ache, François. It must be because of all your delicious creations.

Answer: (One Word (4 letters))
10. Mac, count ants and spiders too to get an accurate number.

Answer: (One Word (10 letters))

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Have some tea, Cheryl, quickly. You don't want to be late for algebra.

Answer: teacher

"Have some (TEA, CHER)yl, quickly. You don't want to be late for algebra."

When thinking of a teacher, one often thinks of the person who leads a classroom full of children (or teens) in learning basic school subjects - this question went this way as well with the 'late for algebra' clue. However, teachers don't necessarily need to be formally trained educators who teach Monday-Friday in a classroom. Instructors of any kind can be considered teachers, as can religious leaders.
2. Do not overreact or I will never tell you any news again, but I got a starring role!

Answer: actor

"Do not overre(ACT OR) I will never tell you any news again, but I got a starring role!"

An actor must be skilled at becoming whatever persona they must be for their current project. Actors work in stage productions, on television, in movies and on radio. The word 'actor' is of Greek origin; in Greek it means "one who interprets". Actress is the feminine form. Although, like in other professions, all performers are increasingly becoming known as simply 'actors' rather than using gender-specific terms, major acting awards, such as the Academy Awards, still refer to female recipients as actresses.
3. What a fiasco! Peter got himself arrested last night.

Answer: cop

"What a fias(CO! P)eter got himself arrested last night."

Cop is slang for policeman. It was derived from the slang term Copper in Britain, meaning "one who captures". There are countless other slang terms for police officers, in many different countries; many of them are rather uncomplimentary, such as the term 'pigs'.
4. What a day. We went on an outing to visit Terrance and one of the kids threw up on him.

Answer: sitter

"What a day. We went on an outing to vi(SIT TER)rance and one of the kids threw up on him."

The answer is sitter, as in babysitter. The term babysitter is typically used for teenagers or young adults who watch other people's children occasionally and for fairly short periods at a time. One who watches certain children all the time is more often called a nanny (and nannies sometimes live with the children they care for). The word "sitting" as been used to mean minding children since the 1800s, and the term babysitter was first recorded in 1930s.
5. I've invented a new product! You just mix this, this and this, wait for the reaction... and you've got Moustache Mist!

Answer: chemist

"I've invented a new product! You just mix this, this and this, wait for the reaction... and you've got Mousta(CHE MIST)!"

Here I mean chemist as in a scientist specially trained in chemistry. Chemists work with different types of matter and observe their properties and reactions when mixed with other matter. In Britain and some other countries, a chemist is also what we in North America call a pharmacist. These professionals are also sometimes called druggists, because they dispense prescription drugs.
6. Fix the engine, Eric, or the train won't go!

Answer: engineer

"Fix the (ENGINE, ER)ic, or the train won't go!"

I've hinted at a train engineer in this question, but nowadays when one studies to become an engineer, it usually has nothing to do with trains. Engineers, in disciplines such as civil engineering, computer engineering and mechanical engineering among many others, are tasked with applying scientific and mathematical knowledge to every day life to create solutions and improve function. 'Engineer' comes from Latin and means 'to devise'.
7. Dr. Jordan, certain treatments of yours seem to be making the ballerinas uncomfortable.

Answer: dancer

"Dr. Jor(DAN, CER)tain treatments of yours seem to be making the ballerinas uncomfortable."

A dancer is a generic term for anyone who engages in any form of dance. Ballerinas are one type. The word dancer can also be used euphemistically to refer to strippers. Dance is often considered a form of art, and it is, but dancers are also often serious athletes who go through lots of conditioning and can put serious strain on their bodies.
8. I'm having apple pie à la mode. Lisa isn't having dessert, as she needs to stay thin.

Answer: model

"I'm having apple pie à la (MODE. L)isa isn't having dessert, as she needs to stay thin."

The modelling industry is well-known for its expectation that its models (particularly the female models) be as thin as humanly possibly - or even inhumanly. Eating disorders are extremely common among models, especially fashion and runway models. The modelling profession was said to have been started by English fashion designer who worked in France, Charles Frederick Worth and his wife Mary, who first modelled Worth's designs.
9. I have a tummy ache, François. It must be because of all your delicious creations.

Answer: chef

"I have a tummy a(CHE, F)rançois. It must be because of all your delicious creations."

In proper usage, a chef is highly trained and skilled person who cooks professionally for others. The term comes from "chef de cuisine", meaning the head of a kitchen in French. In some places, 'chef' is a reserved title for the head chef, but there are also sous-chefs (less experience cooks who work and train under the head chef). Chefs are known (somewhat stereotypically) for their big white hats called toques and their usually-white double breasted chef's jackets.
10. Mac, count ants and spiders too to get an accurate number.

Answer: accountant

"M(AC, COUNT ANT)s and spiders too to get an accurate number."

Accountants work with numbers, almost always financial figures. One can get a Bachelor's degree in accounting, but many employers who hire accountants prefer their candidates to have additional professional certification. Most mid-size to huge companies and corporations employ accounts to keep track of resources and provide financial advice.
Source: Author guitargoddess

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