Report ad
Take another quiz >
thumb

Analogies #10

Fill in the blanks to complete these analogies.
Give Up?
Enter answer here
0 / 20 guessed
The quiz is paused. You have remaining.
Scoring
You scored /20 = %.
This beats or equals % of test takers
The average score is
Your high score is
Your best time is remaining
Points
You have earned / 5 points for this quiz
This quiz is not eligible for points
Next Level
/
Keep scrolling down for answers and more stats ...
×
Help

Enter answers in the area marked "Enter answer here".

You can enter any answer, at any time - they don't have to be in order

Punctuation and capitalization don't matter on JetPunk.

This is to this ...
As ...
2 is to Duet
3 is to Trio
PBS is to US
BBC is to UK
Pebble is to Stone
Rock is to Boulder
Daniel is to Boone
Davy is to Crockett
Ciao is to Italian
Aloha is to Hawaiian
Scarlett O'Hara is to
Margaret Mitchell
Hermione Granger is to
J.K. Rowling
Dick is to Detective
Spook is to Spy
Pride is to Prejudice
Sense is to Sensibility
> is to Diminuendo
< is to Crescendo
June is to Solstice
March is to Equinox
This is to this ...
As ...
Prosecco is to Italy
Champagne is to France
Vino is to Veritas
Wine is to Truth
H1N1 is to Swine
H5N1 is to Bird
♂ is to Testosterone
♀ is to Estrogen
Red Cross is to Christianity
Red Crescent is to Islam
Fructose is to Fruit
Lactose is to Milk
Shatner is to Kirk
Nimoy is to Spock
Ranch is to United States
Station is to Australia
6 is to Million
12 is to Trillion
Hair is to Samson
Spinach is to Popeye
Answer Stats
This is to this ...
As ...
% Correct
Your %
+3
level 77
Aug 26, 2017
To accomodate UK usage and spelling both "oestrogen" and "billion" should also be accepted.
report
delete
reply
+2
level ∞
Aug 26, 2017
Oestrogen will work now but long scale numbers are no longer current in the UK.
report
delete
reply
+5
level 69
Aug 27, 2017
No longer in the UK as you say, but many countries still use the long-scale form - see this map for the usage of each.
report
delete
+1
level 69
Dec 4, 2017
Since when does Canada use both scales? I have never heard a Canadian say "thousand million", but hey, I've only lived here my entire life.
report
delete
+1
level 61
Dec 4, 2017
Well technically they would say "a millard" for a thousand million.
report
delete
+2
level 61
Dec 4, 2017
And according to the wikipedia article Jerry gave, French Canadians are the ones who are using the long scale.
report
delete
+1
level 73
Dec 4, 2017
Indeed. As far as I know, the long scale is the only one used in French.
report
delete
+1
level 40
Dec 4, 2017
I think that the countries that have a problem with these two scales are the ones that speak Portuguese, Brazil and Portugal for starters use different scales...
report
delete
+1
level 35
Dec 4, 2017
long scale makes so much more sense
report
delete
+1
level 50
Dec 4, 2017
6 is to million as 12 is to two million makes more sense, in my opinion. But I guess we're doing analogies, no math.
report
delete
+2
level 56
Dec 5, 2017
@Tomtrific: It's about the number of zeroes that follow the one in the corresponding number.
report
delete
+1
level 75
Aug 26, 2017
And it's "Nimoy", not Nemoy (in either US or UK).
report
delete
reply
+1
level ∞
Aug 26, 2017
Fixed
report
delete
reply
+1
level 69
Aug 27, 2017
Very interesting quiz, and I learned about Italian champagne today.
report
delete
reply
+1
level 58
Aug 28, 2017
I wouldn't call it "Italian champagne". Though it's very much like Champagne, Champagne can only be named so if it's from specific French regions while Prosecco can only be named so if it's from specific Italian regions.
report
delete
reply
+1
level 72
Aug 29, 2017
Please also accept David for the Crockett question - that was his real name, and is how he was generally known throughout his lifetime. The "Davy" name mostly came into prominence after his death, as a result of the myths and legends (and later movies, TV shows, etc.), that grew up about him.
report
delete
reply
+2
level 64
Dec 4, 2017
How do you know what he was known as during his lifetime?
report
delete
reply
+1
level 67
Sep 19, 2017
Hint #13 is rather H5N1 than H1N5.
report
delete
reply
+1
level ∞
Sep 20, 2017
Fixed
report
delete
reply
+4
level 70
Oct 16, 2017
Station? That's it? Australia has such colorful terminology and nicknames. But station??? Very disappointed.
report
delete
reply
+4
level 71
Dec 4, 2017
Yeah I thought it was going to be a woollerycricker or something like that.
report
delete
reply
+1
level 64
Dec 4, 2017
That's what we call the Railway Station!
report
delete
+3
level 60
Dec 4, 2017
Two Million should be accepted :p.
report
delete
reply
+2
level 71
Dec 4, 2017
The best relationship between 1 million and 6 that you could come up with is "1 million divided by 166666.666667 almost equals 6?"
report
delete
reply
+1
level 65
Dec 4, 2017
I don't understand that question at all. Holocaust deaths to US debt in 2002?
report
delete
reply
+1
level 71
Dec 4, 2017
Million has 6 zeroes
report
delete
+1
level 64
Dec 4, 2017
How many zeroes in the number. It took me a bit to figure out what they were asking for.
report
delete
+1
level 52
Dec 4, 2017
Great quiz. One of your best for a while. Cheers
report
delete
reply
+1
level 49
Dec 4, 2017
I was trying to figure out how the 6 Million Dollar Man, related to a TV or movie title with 12... "12 Monkeys" "12 Angry Men" "12 Years a Slave"
report
delete
reply
×
Congrats!
You have reached a new level
To save this level, you'll have to
create an account
×
Congrats!
You have earned a new badge
To save this badge, you'll have to
create an account