Can You Decipher These Canadian Slang Words?

Canadians have a lot of strange words and phrases that, to them, seems completely normal. To the rest of the world, it is almost like a unique language. Can you figure out what these Canadian slang terms mean?
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Question 1/12

molson.com
"eh?" - As in, "We should get some dinner, eh?"
don't you agree?
are you sure?
why not?
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Question 2/12

kanadianeh.com
"double-double", In a coffee shop, saying, "I would like a double-double."
two coffees and two donuts
an extra large coffee with two donuts
a coffee with two cream and two sugar
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Question 3/12

newswire.ca
"pop" - as in, "I would like a pop."
popcorn
soda
bubble gum
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Question 4/12

blogspot.com
"queue" - As in, "The queue is really long."
line
crowd
wait
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Question 5/12

netdna-cdn.com
"poutine" - As in, "Man, I could really go for some poutine."
French Fries, Gravy and Cheese Curds
Hot Dog with Bacon Bits and Cheese Sauce
A pizza with french fries on it
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Question 6/12

thestar.com
"washroom" - As in, "I need to go to the washroom."
bathroom
shower
a room with only a sink
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Question 7/12

etsystatic.com
"Serviette" - As in, "Could I get a serviette, please?"
Towel
Napkin
Cloth
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Question 8/12

overmystyledbody.com
"toque" - As in, "Don't forget to put on your toque."
winter hat
scarf
earmuffs
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Question 9/12

wordpress.com
"Chinook" - As in, "This year's chinook feels great."
Warm westerly wind
Spring
Warm wind
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Question 10/12

billpay.tips
"Hydro" - As in, "I need to pay the hydro bill."
Water
Electricity
TV
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Question 11/12

thestar.com
"Giv'n Her" - As in, "You just gotta giv'n her."
Give it to her (as in gift)
Get away
Do your best
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Question 12/12

amazonaws.com
"Canuck" - As in, "I am a Canuck."
Fan of the Vancouver Canucks
Fan of Canada
Canadian
Result
Too bad. You tried your best, but just didn't make it. If you want to get caught up, you should plan a nice trip to the Great White North and be sure to enjoy a double-double and some poutine while you are there. Just remember to pack your toque.

C+, Canadian Challenged

mededconference.ca
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Not bad. You managed to answer several questions correctly. Sure, you might not live in the Great White North, but at least you know enough to visit and to get by. Enjoy your stay.

B+, Visitor to Canada

50megs.com
Right!
Well done! You managed to answer most, if not all of the questions correctly. You sure know your Canadian Slang, eh? You just might be a maple syrup drinking, poutine eating Canadian. Super!

A+, Canadian

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1
"eh?" - As in, "We should get some dinner, eh?"
don't you agree?
are you sure?
why not?
2
"double-double", In a coffee shop, saying, "I would like a double-double."
two coffees and two donuts
an extra large coffee with two donuts
a coffee with two cream and two sugar
3
"pop" - as in, "I would like a pop."
popcorn
soda
bubble gum
4
"queue" - As in, "The queue is really long."
line
crowd
wait
5
"poutine" - As in, "Man, I could really go for some poutine."
French Fries, Gravy and Cheese Curds
Hot Dog with Bacon Bits and Cheese Sauce
A pizza with french fries on it
6
"washroom" - As in, "I need to go to the washroom."
bathroom
shower
a room with only a sink
7
"Serviette" - As in, "Could I get a serviette, please?"
Towel
Napkin
Cloth
8
"toque" - As in, "Don't forget to put on your toque."
winter hat
scarf
earmuffs
9
"Chinook" - As in, "This year's chinook feels great."
Warm westerly wind
Spring
Warm wind
10
"Hydro" - As in, "I need to pay the hydro bill."
Water
Electricity
TV
11
"Giv'n Her" - As in, "You just gotta giv'n her."
Give it to her (as in gift)
Get away
Do your best
12
"Canuck" - As in, "I am a Canuck."
Fan of the Vancouver Canucks
Fan of Canada
Canadian