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Barong Tagalog: Quiz

  
  



Question 1: It is very lightweight and worn untucked (similar to a coat/________), over an undershirt.
Suit (clothing)NecktieBlack tieDress shirt

Question 2: Supposedly, the indio was also prohibited from tucking in his shirt, to designate his low rank and to tell him apart from the mestizaje and ________.
Criollo peopleMiscegenationWhite Latin AmericanLatin America

Question 3: The barong was popularised as formal wear by Philippine President ________, who wore it to most official and personal affairs, including his inauguration as president.
José P. LaurelRamon MagsaysaySergio OsmeñaElpidio Quirino

Question 4: The term "barong Tagalog" literally means "a dress that is Tagalog", or "a Tagalog dress" (i.e., "baro na Tagalog", with "barong" being a contraction of "baro na") in the ________.
Ilokano languageFilipino languageTagalog languageSpanish language in the Philippines

Question 5: The barong Tagalog (or simply barong, from the word baro) is an embroidered formal garment of the ________.
United StatesPhilippinesPapua New GuineaEast Timor
















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