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CARRIBBEAN QUIZ 3 FIRST ROUND (INDIVIDUAL QUESTION) Each team will be asked alternate questions (10 in all) any

member of the team can answer the question. One point will be given for each correct answer. No point will deducted for incorrect answer. Questions will not be passed to the other team. 1. 1. 2. 2. 3. 3. 4. 4. 5. 5. 6. 6. 7. 7. 8. 8. 9. 9. 10. 10. Government: Another name for the Senate is? Ans. The Upper House Government: Another name for the House of Representative is? Ans. The Lower House Who was the third Governor General in Jamaica? Ans. Florizel Glaspole Who was the fourth Governor General in Jamaica? Ans. Howard Cooke Which parish is known as the Bread Basket Parish? Ans. St. Elizabeth Which parish is known as the Garden Parish? Ans. St. Ann In which month is National Heritage week celebrated? Ans. October In which month is Emancipation day celebrated? Ans. August Customs & Beliefs: What will happen if a persons knee itched? Ans. The person would change his/her bed What will happen if a persons elbow itched?? Ans. He/She would shake someones hand Who was the 9th Prime Minister in Jamaica? Ans. Andrew Holness Who was the 1st Prime Minister in Jamaica? Ans. Alexander Bustamanate Whose portrait is at the front of the $100 note? Ans. Donald Sangster Whose portrait is at the front of the $500 note? Ans. Nanny of the Maroons Music: Listen to this music clip and identify the artiste. Ans. Burning Spear Music: Listen to this music clip and identify the artiste. Ans. Peter Tosh In which parish do you find Bethlehem Teachers College? Ans. St. Elizabeth In which parish do you find Moneague Teachers College? Ans. St. Ann Name two parishes found in the county of Cornwall? Ans. Hanover, St. Elizabeth, St. James, Trelawny, Westmoreland Name two parishes found in the county of Surrey? Ans. Kingston, Portland, St. Andrew, St. Thomas

SECOND ROUND (SPEED SECTION) - QUIZ 3 1

Each team will be asked as many questions as possible in 2 minutes. Any member of the team can answer the questions. One point will be given for each correct answer. No point will deducted for incorrect answer. Please note that a team can indicate their wish to pass on a question if they desire to move on to the next question by stating pass 1. Please listen to the following clip and identify the person? Ans. K.D Knight 2. Which sports is Romelda Aikens associated with? Ans. Netball 3. What does JCF stands for? Ans. Jamaica Constabulary Force 4. In which parish do you find the Pedro Cave? Ans. Clarendon 5. What is the Jamaican National Bird? Ans. The Doctor-Bird or Swallow-Tail Hummingbird 6. What is the title of the Louise Bennett Poem which includes the following lines Bwoy, yuh couldn improve yuhself! An yu get so much pay? Yuh spen six mont a foreign, an come back ugly same way? Ans. No Lickle Twang 7. What name was Buju Banton given at birth? Ans. Mark Anthony Myrie 8. What does the acronym UTECH stand for? Ans. University Of Technology 9. Explain the proverb: One han wash de oda. Ans. One good turn deserves another 10. Which Jamaican dollar bill bears the portrait of Sam Sharpe? Ans. The 50 dollar note 11. Which organizations slogan/tagline is Changing Lives with Our Energy? Ans. JPS 12. With which fruit would you associate the name St. Julian? Ans. Mango 13. Who is the Minister of Industry, Investment & Commerce? Ans. Anthony Hylton 14. From which parish does the local football team Seba United originates from? Ans: St. James 15. Between which two parishes does St. Elizabeth lie? Ans. Manchester and Westmoreland 16. Which male sprinter won the gold medal in the 100m event at the 13th IAAF World Championship in Daegu? Ans. Yohan Blake 17. What is the first line in the National Anthem? Ans. Eternal Father Bless Our Land 18. What is the capital of St. Thomas? Ans. Morant Bay 19. How did Clarendon gets its name? Ans. after Edward Hude, Earl of Clarendon 20. What type of cases does the Supreme Court tries? Ans. Criminal Cases 21. What does Ocho Rios means in English Ans. Eight Rivers 22. In which Parish is Y S Falls located? Ans. St. Elizabeth 23. Who is the host of the television programme The Susan Show? Ans. Susan Simes 24. Name one symbol that the Jamaica Labour Party uses. Ans. Bell, V sign 25. In which parish do you find the main campus of the Northern Caribbean University? Ans. Manchester SECOND ROUND (SPEED SECTION) - QUIZ 3

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Please listen to the following clip and identify the person? Ans. Audley Shaw Which sports is Stephanie Taylor associated with? Ans: Cricket What does JDF stands for? Ans. Jamaica Defense Force In which parish do you find the Jacksons Bay Cave? Ans. Clarendon Name the National Dish of Jamaica. Ans. Ackee and saltfish What is the title of the Louise Bennett poem which include the following lines Me darling love, me lickle dove, me dumpling, me gizada, me sweetie sue, I goes fa you, like how flies goes fa sugar? Ans. Love Letter 7. What name was Vybz Kartel given at birth? Ans. Adidja Palmer 8. What does the acronym UWI stand for? Ans. University of the West Indies 9. Explain the Proverbs: Want all lose all. Ans. If you are greedy chances are you will end up with nothing. 10. Which Jamaican dollar bill bears the portrait of Michael Manley? Ans. The Thousand dollar bill/note 11. Which organizations slogan/tagline is Water is Life? Ans. NWC 12. With which fruit would you associate the name Gros Michel? Ans. Banana 13. Who is the Minister of Health? Ans. Dr. Fenton Ferguson 14. From which parish does the local football team Humble Lions originates from? Ans: Clarendon 15. Between which two parishes does Clarendon lie? Ans. Manchester and St. Catherine 16. Which female sprinter won the gold medal in the 200m event at the World Championships in Daegu? Ans. Veronica Campbell-Brown 17. What is the first line in the National Pledge? Ans. Before God and all mankind 18. What is the capital of St. Elizabeth? Ans. Black River 19. How did St. James gets its name? Ans. in honor of James, Duke of York 20. What type of cases does the Resident's Magistrate's Court tries? Ans. Civil and Criminal cases 21. What does Rio Grande means in English Ans. Big River 22. In which Parish is Dunns River Falls located? Ans. St. Ann 23. Who is the host of the television programme Religious Hardtalk on TVJ? Ans. Ian Boynes 24. Name one symbol that the Peoples National Party uses. Ans. Head, Clenched fist 25. In which parish do you find the main campus of the University of the West Indies? Ans. St. Andrew

FINAL ROUND (BUZZER SECTION) - QUIZ 3

Questions will be thrown out to both teams. This section will last for 3 minutes. The team that presses the buzzer first will be identified by the Quiz Master and then given 5 seconds to start the answer and 10 seconds to complete the answer. 2 marks will be given for each correct answer and 2 marks will be deducted for each incorrect answer 1. Please listen to the following clip and identify the artist.(song: Taking you home) Ans. Romain Virgo 2. In which parish was Norman Washington Manley born? Ans. Manchester 3. What does NDM stands for? Ans. National Democratic Movement 4. Complete the proverb fowl feed a han.Ans. nuh haad fi ketch 5. In what year did Bruce Golding become Prime Minister of Jamaica? Ans. 2007 6. Which entertainer was known as the Crowned Prince of Reggae? Ans. Dennis Brown 7. What is the Motto of the Order of Distinction? Ans. Distinction Through Service 8. In what parish is the Martha Brae River located? Ans. St. Ann 9. What is the central feature of the reverse side of the five hundred dollar bill? Ans. Historic Port Royal 10. Which beauty queen was crowned Miss World in 1993? Ans. Lisa Hanna 11. What is the National Flower? Ans. The Lignum Vitae 12. Which parish in Jamaica was the athlete Herb McKinley born? Ans. Clarendon 13. In what year did Sir Patrick Allen become Governor General of Jamaica? Ans. 2009 14. In which parish can Bluefield Beach be found? Ans. St. Elizabeth 15. How many houses make up the Jamaican Parliament? Ans. Two (2) 16. Which Hurricane struck Jamaica in 1988? Ans. Hurricane Gilbert 17. Give the name of the first Jamaican female to win the gold medal in the Olympics? Ans. Deon Hemming 18. How many counties are there in Jamaica? Ans. Three (3) 19. In what year was the Jamaica Labour Party formed? Ans. 1943 20. What fruit is featured on the Coat of Arms of Jamaica? Ans. Pineapple 21. Which crop from the Blue Mountains is famous in many countries around the world? Ans. Coffee 22. In what year did Jamaica became a British Colony? Ans. In 1655 23. With what sporting activity is Kelly-Ann Baptiste associated? Ans. Track and Field 24. In what month is reading week celebrated in Jamaica? Ans. April 25. Which Prime Minister died in office? Ans. Donald Sangsters 26. Which medical institution was named in honor of Sir Alexander Bustamante? Ans. The Bustamante Hospital for Children / Bustamante Childrens Hospital 27. Who was the Governor General between 1 December 1962 and 2 March 1973? Ans. Sir Clifford Campbell 28. In what year did Christopher Columbus discover Jamaica? Ans. 1494 29. What year did the Reggae Boys play in the FIFA world cup? Ans: 1998 30. Which national symbol can be found on all Jamaican coins? Ans: The coat of arms