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St. Patrick's Day: A Closer Look

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10 questions
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  • Q1
    Who was Saint Patrick?
    Patron saint and founder of Ireland
    Christian missionary and patron saint of Ireland
    Famous Irish explorer
    Irish Bishop
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  • Q2
    Why did Saint Patrick first go to Ireland?
    He was ship wrecked
    On a mission trip
    He was kidnapped as a slave
    On vacation
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  • Q3
    Which religion did St. Patrick bring back to Ireland?
    Christianity
    Sikhism
    Buddhism
    Hinduism
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  • Q4
    On average, how long is a St. Patrick's Day parade?
    8 miles
    1.3 miles
    2.1 miles
    5 miles
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  • Q5
    During the last 100 years, how many babies in the USA have been named 'Patrick'?
    120,000
    650,000
    340,000
    510,000
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  • Q6
    What percentage of people say they celebrate St Patrick’s Day in the following ways?
    Users link answers
    Linking
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  • Q7
    34.7 million U.S. residents claim Irish ancestory, how does that compare to the population of Ireland?
    Over 5x the population of Ireland
    More than 7x the population of Ireland
    Double the population of Ireland
    Half the population of Ireland
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  • Q8
    Name this Celtic symbol: Hint: Starts with an 'S'.
    Question Image
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    Jumble
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  • Q9
    Which of these foods are traditionally eaten when celebrating St. Patrick's day?
    Corned beef, soda bread and cabbage
    Fresh fish, boiled potatoes and pavlova
    Turkey, sweet potatoes and pumpkin pie
    Butternut squash, sourdough bread and cookies
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  • Q10
    Blue was originally the color associated with St. Patrick's Day./
    true
    false
    True or False
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