Quiz about In a Serbian Restaurant
Quiz about In a Serbian Restaurant

In a Serbian Restaurant Trivia Quiz


"Zdravo". (Hello) We are now here in Budva at a restaurant. There are many choices on the menu. How well can you handle placing an order? *You are male in the scenario--keep in mind as you play along. "Srecno!"(Good Luck!)

A multiple-choice quiz by trivialsnake15. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Time
4 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
300,607
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
6 / 10
Plays
306
This quiz has 2 formats: you can play it as a or as shown below.
Scroll down to the bottom for the answer key.
1. First off, you and your companion are going to ask for a table for two... how would you go about doing so? Hint

zeleli bismo sto za pusace.
zeleli bismo sto za dvoje.
zeleo bih sto.
zeleo bih sto krompire.

2. Now you have to order something. Your partner suggests black wine, so why don't you ask for a bottle of black wine? How would you ask correctly? Hint

zeleli bismo flasu vodu.
zeleli bismo bocu crvenog vina.
zeleli bismo bocu crnog vina.
zeleli bismo bocu belog vina.

3. Your food arrives, the 'kelnar' says "prijatno." He is asking you if you would like anything else to drink.

True
False

4. Your male waiter asks you, "Izvinite, ja sam stavila tanire, da li znate gde su oni?"

This is the correct way to say "Excuse me, I placed the plates, do you know where they are?"

True
False

5. Somebody sneezes at the table beside you. What could you say in Serbian to be polite? Hint

Ziveli!
Dobrodosli!
Izvinite!
Nazdravlje!

6. You look at the menu and notice "cevappi". What does this consist of? Hint

Goat and veal
Goat, veal, chicken, lamb
Lamb meat
Chicken and veal with spinach

7. "Pasulj", a very good dish as well. What is the downside with pasulj? Hint

There are sometimes bones inside.
Gives you gas.
Smells funny.
Leaves a bad aftertaste.

8. "Kako vam se svidelo?" your waiter asks as he clears the table. How would you reply back, considering the meal was great and so was the waiter? Hint

necemo jesti ovde opet!
ja mislim bicu bolestan!
ti si budala!
dobro, hvala

9. Now that the food is gone, how about some dessert? Your partner asks for ice-cream. How do you say "ice-cream"? Hint

sladoled
visnja
sunce
lubanica

10. How would you politely ask the waiter for your bill? Hint

racun sad kornjaca jedna!
mozete li dajte mi bostan?
daj mi racun bre!
racun, molim vas


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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. First off, you and your companion are going to ask for a table for two... how would you go about doing so?

Answer: zeleli bismo sto za dvoje.

You are asking for a table for two. If you say, "zeleli bismo sto za pusace" then you are asking for a table you can smoke at.

"zeleo bih sto": Well how selfish! You are only asking for yourself.

"zeleo bih sto krompire"...Now you're just being greedy...you would like 100 potatoes? May I say ("Je si ti lud?")=(Are you crazy?)
2. Now you have to order something. Your partner suggests black wine, so why don't you ask for a bottle of black wine? How would you ask correctly?

Answer: zeleli bismo bocu crnog vina.

"crveno vino"-black wine

"belo vino"-white wine.

"flasa voda"-bottle of water.

*Note some words were changed slightly due to the accusative case.
3. Your food arrives, the 'kelnar' says "prijatno." He is asking you if you would like anything else to drink.

Answer: False

"Prijatno" is the same as 'bon apetit!' Your waiter is just wishing you a good meal. Enjoy your meal= "Prijatno".
4. Your male waiter asks you, "Izvinite, ja sam stavila tanire, da li znate gde su oni?" This is the correct way to say "Excuse me, I placed the plates, do you know where they are?"

Answer: False

True your "waiter" did say what was mentioned above; however, referring to question number three, "Kelnar" is a male. Proper way of saying this from your waiter's perspective would be: "Ja sam stavio tanjire.." (Not "ja sam stavila")
"Kelnarica"= waitress
"Kelnar"= waiter
5. Somebody sneezes at the table beside you. What could you say in Serbian to be polite?

Answer: Nazdravlje!

"Nazdravlje" means "to your health". Of the incorrect answers,
"ziveli" means "cheers", "izvinite" means "excuse me", and "dobrodosli" means "welcome".
6. You look at the menu and notice "cevappi". What does this consist of?

Answer: Goat, veal, chicken, lamb

"Cevappi" is very tasty. Some places have different ways of serving it. If you go to a restaurant, they tend to serve it on a plate with their own sauce. If you order in the streets from a concession stand, you will get it served between two buns with a homemade relish. It is delicious.

The meat itself is made from goat, veal, chicken, and lamb meat all mixed in one!
7. "Pasulj", a very good dish as well. What is the downside with pasulj?

Answer: Gives you gas.

Pasulj is indeed a magical fruit. It's made from beans! The problem is, it tastes so good you always go back for more.
8. "Kako vam se svidelo?" your waiter asks as he clears the table. How would you reply back, considering the meal was great and so was the waiter?

Answer: dobro, hvala

Your waiter is simply asking, "How was everything?"
Your response -"dobro, hvala"- means "Good, thanks."
Incorrect answers:
"necemo jesti ovde opet!"= We won't eat here again!
"ti si budala"= I hope you don't say that, you will offend your waiter! It means "You are a fool!"
"ja mislim bicu bolestan/bolesna"= I think I'm going to be sick!
9. Now that the food is gone, how about some dessert? Your partner asks for ice-cream. How do you say "ice-cream"?

Answer: sladoled

"Sladoled" is ice-cream.
"sunce" is sunshine.
"visnja" and "lubanica" can be flavors of ice-cream (sour cherry, and watermelon).
10. How would you politely ask the waiter for your bill?

Answer: racun, molim vas

"racun, molim vas"= the polite way to ask for the bill.

Incorrect (and for the first two) impolite answers:
"racun sad kornjaca jedna!"= Bill now you turtle!
"daj mi racun bre!"= Give me the bill!
Lastly this one doesn't even mean bill!
bostan = watermelon [another term used in different parts of Serbia]
"mozete li dajte mi bostan?"= Can you give me the watermelon?
Source: Author trivialsnake15

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