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Bidet: Quiz


Question 1: The bidet appears to have been an invention of French ________ makers in the late 17th or early 18th century, although no exact date or inventor is known.
FurnitureAncient historyArt NouveauArt Deco

Question 2: Bidet is a French word for pony (and in ________, bider meant to trot).
English languageLangues d'oïlOld FrenchRomance languages

Question 3: Although ________ is the country where the word bidet originated, not every house is equipped with one, especially the smaller or cheaper flats as well as recent constructions.
FranceItalyCanadaUnited Kingdom

Question 4: These bidets are often controlled ________ rather than with a traditional tap, and some have an element under the seat which heats up to dry the user after washing.
EngineeringElectronic engineeringElectronicsElectrical engineering

Question 5: This ________ comes from the fact that one rides a bidet much like a pony is ridden.
Morphology (linguistics)Historical linguisticsEtymologyLinguistics

Question 6: Also almost all the houses in ________ and Uruguay are equipped with bidets.
ArgentinaChileBrazilBuenos Aires

Question 7: They are commonly found in ________ and even some public facilities.
Travel and Tourism Competitiveness ReportWorld Tourism rankingsHotelTourism

Question 8: Despite appearing similar to a toilet, it would be more accurate to compare it to the washbasin or ________.
BathroomBidetFlush toiletBathtub

Question 9: A bidet is a low-mounted plumbing fixture or type of sink intended for washing the genitalia, inner ________, and anus.
Lower limbButtocksHuman legFoot

Question 10: In ________, for example, the price for a bidet seldom exceeds €200 (about US$300), and it is not uncommon to find bidets priced as low as €40 (about US$60), especially in do-it-yourself stores.

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