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Vuvuzela: Quiz

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Question 1:
Vuvuzela, Sangoma and Impi are all:
Association football controversies Natural horns Zulu words and phrases All accuracy disputes

Question 2:
Vuvuzela, Kevlar and Gatorade are all:
1965 introductions Association football controversies Natural horns All accuracy disputes

Question 3: It is also used in other countries such as Mexico, ________, or Israel.
BrazilEast TimorPortugalMozambique

Question 4: [1][2] They require some lip and lung strength to blow and emit a monotonous noise like a deep foghorn or an ________.
LionElephantHippopotamusAsian Elephant

Question 5:
Vuvuzela, 2010 FIFA World Cup and Adidas Jabulani are all:
1965 introductions 2010 FIFA World Cup All accuracy disputes Natural horns

Question 6: FIFA received complaints from multiple European broadcasters who want it banned for the ________ because the sound is drowning out the commentators.
2006 FIFA World Cup2010 FIFA World Cup2010 FIFA World Cup qualification2010 FIFA World Cup Final

Question 7: During the match between United States and Italy, ________ commentator Lee Dixon referred to the sounds as "quite irritating".
BBC News (TV channel)BBC OneBBC FourBBC Three

Question 8: [3] The vuvuzela is a feature of matches between big South African soccer teams ________ and Orlando Pirates.
Orlando Pirates FCKaizer Chiefs FCItumeleng KhunePremier Soccer League

Question 9: A vuvuzela, sometimes called a "lepatata" (its ________ name) or a stadium horn, is a blowing horn, approximately one metre in length, commonly blown by fans at football matches in South Africa.
AfrikaansZulu languageSotho languageTswana language

Question 10: The vuvuzela came to international attention during the run-up to the ________ and 2010 FIFA World Cup, both hosted in South Africa.
Brazil national football team2009 FIFA Confederations CupSpain national football teamSouth Africa national football team







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