Everybody enjoys sports and entertainment, but how much do you really know about your favorite bands or sportsmen? The Sports and Entertainment Quiz is a terrific game that challenges your wit and knowledge.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Everybody enjoys sports and entertainment, but how much do you really know about your favorite bands or sportsmen? The Sports and Entertainment Quiz is a terrific game that challenges your wit and knowledge. Most of the questions asked here are not that difficult to answer if you truly know your sports and entertainment figures. You have to be quite sharp about the stars of the past as well, because at least half of the questions are not related to the present age. While you are scratching your head thinking about the answer, you have to be aware of that time is slipping away. In a multiple choice format, you have at least 25% chance of nailing a question at the beginning, and if you try to figure out the choices available, you will definitely be able to narrow down the possibilities. To get the correct answer, you have to be good in guessing too. Answer 7 questions correctly and you can progress to the next level. This is a game for all sports and entertainment fans, especially those who wish to know more about their idols. Be prepared for a mind-boggling session of fun and excitement. Take the quiz and challenge yourself.
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