Q: 他说的这句话是什么意思?什么是quiz question和pub quiz? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Sometimes a pub will have a quiz game, where people can compete to answer questions about history or culture or popular songs or celebrities [any theme that the quiz is about]. If they answer enough questions correctly, then they might win the prize at the end of the night. It is just for fun. So these are called "quiz night" [the night of the week that they play this quiz game]. Or "pub quiz" [when a pub does this quiz game so that people can play it].

"quiz" is another name for "test" or for asking a question [quizzing someone]. So a "quiz question" is just a question that is asked as part of a quiz (or test).

So one of the questions was about him. And because someone was a fan of him, they knew the answer. So they were excited about this. So they messaged him to let him know.
Q: I saw a quiz show and someone said "when we referred to someone as yellow we consider them to be what?" The answer was cowardly but what does the color yellow has to do with being cowardly??? とはどういう意味ですか?
Q: mock quiz とはどういう意味ですか?
A: it means it is not a real quiz it is practice
Q: I wish we didn't have a quiz tomorrow. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I guess because it's inevitable that they aren't going to have the quiz.


Q: can you help me with the quiz? and please explain why it is. を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Because you are
dealing with issues or problems


Q: quiz と exam と test はどう違いますか?
A: Exam and test are the same.
Quiz is a short test/exam.
And a pop quiz is a surprise quiz. You walk into class and the teacher says “I hope you did the reading because I’m giving you a pop quiz right now. Everyone take out a pencil.”
Q: take a quiz と take on a quiz はどう違いますか?
A: “Take a quiz” is the usual phrase people use but if you want to be more serious but in a more joking way then you can say “I’m going to take on this quiz”
Q: quiz と test はどう違いますか?
A: quiz = short test , not worth as much as a test grade

test = longer than a quiz, you have to study more in order to pass
Q: quiz と audit

A: They're very different, an audit is an official inspection. You could have your bank account audited.
A quiz is is a test of knowledge, you could quiz your English skills.
Q: quiz と test はどう違いますか?
A: A quiz is a short or small test based on the current wok being studied. A test is longer and covers more topics. An exam covers all the information taught in a course.


Q: I have quiz tomorrow help me は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: 私達は、intro quiz をします。 一人ずつ前に出て歌います。 なんの歌か分かった人はてをあげてください。正解したひとには、後でおやつを渡します。 皆さん、よく聞いてくださいね。 は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: "We are going to do an intro quiz. You will each take turns coming to the front and singing a song. If you know what song the person at the front is singing, raise your hand. Afterward, I'll give snacks to people who guessed correctly. Please listen well everyone!"
Q: quiz hangi gün? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: What day is the quiz?
Q:   テスト演習の問題を解く(try to answer the quiz? or solve the quiz?) は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Answer the quiz questions.

Solve the problems on the quiz.


Q: I found this quiz online. Please fill in the blank with the correct answer below and tell me why.

① That
② What
③ While
④ To the extent that
A: “What”. It’s kind of like a comparison but states the westerners side first, then comes in and says that non-westerners have a different idea about it. Another example where “what” is used in this context would be, “What Sarah thought was the sound of someone breaking into her house, her brother knew these sounds were simply only the branches hitting the window of her house.
Q: quit and quiz. Can u send me a natural version and a very slow version so i can practice? thank you so much!!の発音を音声で教えてください。
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: (during a quiz)
give me a higher or lower!
give me some highers or lowers!
give me the higher or lower!

which one do i say?
A: "give me the higher or lower"^^
Q: 1- Why don't you mark the first quiz out of 10?
2-Why don't you make the first quiz out of 10?

The first quiz was out of 5, so Which sentence is correct?
A: They both carry effectively the same meaning, but if you have already taken the quiz and you simply want to adjust the marking system so the quiz is worth more points (or so there are more potential points awarded per question), then #1 seems more appropriate.

The "make" can suggest that the quiz hasn't been written yet. So #2 could sound like you are asking "Why don't you design the quiz so that it will be out of 10 marks instead of 5 marks?"

But it doesn't really matter, both sentences are understandable and can be used in either situation.
Q: Did some quizzes on BuzzFeed..
can't understand the following "hugging it out " and "hearing them out "... Someone help...
A: "hug it out" = when you and the person you are fighting with hug and smile and act friendly until no one is angry (This usually doesn't work in real life! ;) )

"hear (someone) out" = listen to the person's point of view or problem without interrupting or disagreeing with them (even if you disagree)