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Teaspoon: Quiz


Question 1: In some countries, a teaspoonful — as much as one teaspoon can hold — is used as a unit of volume, especially in ________ recipes and pharmaceutic prescriptions.

Question 2: Another teaspoon, called an orange spoon (in American English: grapefruit spoon), tapers to a sharp point or teeth, and is used to separate ________ from their membranes.
Orange (fruit)CitronLime (fruit)Citrus

Question 3: Teaspoons with longer handles, such as iced tea spoons, are commonly used also for ________ deserts or floats.
MilkBaskin-RobbinsIce creamLondon

Question 4: liquid gallon (see ________).
United States customary unitsEnglish unitsImperial unitsCanadian units

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