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Can You Speak Canadian Slang?

Canadian slang is pretty unique, eh? How much of it can you speak? Take our quiz to find out!

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Which of the following is closest to the meaning of "eh?"
why?
don't you agree?
who are you?

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If you were to order a "double-double," what are you getting?
a special burger with four patties
a pizza with extra cheese and two toppings
coffee with two creams and two sugars

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In Canada, what is called "pop?"
parents
soda
candy

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Which of the following is a nickname for a type of coin in Canada?
scratch
elksbuck
loonie

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What is this?
fish and chips
larangue
poutine

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What is a housecoat?
a winter coat
a bathrobe
a sweatshirt

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In Canada, what does "Zed" refer to?
a chain of donut shops
the last letter in the alphabet
a specific kind of train

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What is a kerfuffle?
a sad series of events
a chaotic situation
a broken clock

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What does the term "gorp" refer to?
gross sludge
a group of elk
trail mix

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A toboggan is a type of _____.
vehicle
sled
horse

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Which of the following cities was nicknamed "Oil Town?"
Edmonton
Toronto
Ottawa

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What is a stagette?
a beer belly
a one-dollar coin
a bachelorette party

C+, Crushed by Canada

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Well, you're clearly not a Canadian, but at least you got the easy ones - the ones that have made it into other languages, particularly American English. Some of these phrases are much tougher to know about unless you have some kind of connection to Canada, so don't beat yourself up too bad!

B+, Canadian Citizen

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You missed some of the tougher ones, but you still know more than a majority of U.S. citizens would know regarding Canadian slang and other terminology. With a little more studying up for those tougher terms, you could be a real Cultured Canadian!

A+, Cultured Canadian

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Right!
Are you Canadian yourself? You must be, at least partially, with a score this high! How else would you know this much about Canadian slang and other terms? Some of these were super obscure and barely ever make it into the U.S., but you nailed even those. Great work!
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1
Which of the following is closest to the meaning of "eh?"
why?
don't you agree?
who are you?
2
If you were to order a "double-double," what are you getting?
a special burger with four patties
a pizza with extra cheese and two toppings
coffee with two creams and two sugars
3
In Canada, what is called "pop?"
parents
soda
candy
4
Which of the following is a nickname for a type of coin in Canada?
scratch
elksbuck
loonie
5
What is this?
fish and chips
larangue
poutine
6
What is a housecoat?
a winter coat
a bathrobe
a sweatshirt
7
In Canada, what does "Zed" refer to?
a chain of donut shops
the last letter in the alphabet
a specific kind of train
8
What is a kerfuffle?
a sad series of events
a chaotic situation
a broken clock
9
What does the term "gorp" refer to?
gross sludge
a group of elk
trail mix
10
A toboggan is a type of _____.
vehicle
sled
horse
11
Which of the following cities was nicknamed "Oil Town?"
Edmonton
Toronto
Ottawa
12
What is a stagette?
a beer belly
a one-dollar coin
a bachelorette party

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