The Full Wiki

Sweater: Quiz

  

Question 1: They are usually worn over a shirt, blouse, ________, or other top.
T-shirtBoxer briefsUndergarmentBoxer shorts

Question 2: The front seam of a cardigan allows for further possibilities, such as a ________ or a bolero jacket.
SurpliceVestmentStole (vestment)Alb

Question 3: A hooded sweatshirt is commonly known as a ________.
Boxer briefsHoodieAcademic dressDress code

Question 4: A particularly loud, colorful, or decorative sweater has been known in America the past twenty years as a "Cosby Sweater", being named after comedian ________'s penchant for wearing them during the run of The Cosby Show.
Dwight D. EisenhowerByron WhiteBill CosbyGerald Ford

Question 5: For example, shaping such as darts, flares and gores — commonly found in woven blouses, a comparable ________ — are rarely needed in sweaters, thanks to the Elasticity and drape of knitted fabrics.
Dress codeClothingSilkWool

Question 6: In British English, a sweater is called a jersey, pullover or jumper, the last two terms being the most common name in British English and ________.
New Zealand EnglishEnglish languageAmerican EnglishAustralian English

Question 7: If made of thick ________, it is usually known as a sweatshirt[citation needed].
WoolCottonSpandexSilk

Question 8: Sweaters tend to be, and in earlier times always were, made from wool; however, they can be made of ________, synthetic fibers, or some combination thereof.
CottonRayonSpandexSilk

Question 9: In ________ they are known as tank tops or slipovers.
English languageAmerican EnglishCanadian EnglishBritish English

Question 10: In ________, a sweater is always called a jersey.
South African EnglishAmerican EnglishIndian EnglishEnglish language
















Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message