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Question 1: ________ is a Brazilian brand of flip-flop that gained world recognition in 1998 after the company developed a style of the sandals for the World Cup that featured the Brazilian flag.
SlipperFlip-flopsPump (shoe)Shoe

Question 2: The latest design was invented in Auckland, ________ by Morris Yock in the 50s and patented in 1957.
New ZealandUnited KingdomNauruAustralia

Question 3: In recent years, most ________ of flip-flops has moved to developing countries with low-cost labor.
Mass productionFactoryIndustrial RevolutionAssembly line

Question 4: Japanese) in ________, Serbia and Montenegro, japonki (lit.
SloveniaCroatiaHungaryTurkey

Question 5: Brands still manufacturing in the United States include Okabashi (based in Buford, GA) and Island Slipper (based in ________).
Pearl City, HawaiiWahiawā, Hawai'iWaipahu, Hawaii'Ewa Beach, Hawaii

Question 6: These disposal habits may pose an environmental problem because most flip-flops are made with polyurethane, which comes from ________.
Peak oilPetroleum industryEnergy developmentPetroleum

Question 7: Although ________ flip-flops have only become wildy popular in the United States in the last five years after many celebrities were seen wearing them,[8] the brand has been around since 1962.
ShoePump (shoe)SandalFlip-flops

Question 8: Arugam Bay is a popular brand manufactured in ________.
MalaysiaPakistanMaldivesSri Lanka

Question 9: Japanese [women]) in Poland, chinelos in ________, kafkafim in Israel, sayonares in Greece, tsokara in Greek Cyprus vietnami papucs (lit.
PortugalEast TimorBrazilMozambique

Question 10: The name ________ means Hawaiians in Portuguese.
ShoePump (shoe)Flip-flopsSandal







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