Quiz 1: A visual tour around London

London is a fab city full of glamor, fashion, stars and royalty. It’s also packed with amazing sights that people from all over the world travel to. Many of the most-visited sights are popular because of their history, like the Tower of London, which was built by William the Conqueror in 1078. This historic castle is on the north bank of the River Thames. Test your London knowledge by matching these five fab sights with their descriptions.

A wax museum in London with branches in a number of major cities.
A huge Ferris wheel on the banks of the River Thames.
This popular London tourist attraction is not for wimps since it recreates gory historical events with live actors. There are also rides and special effects.
Located in the City of Westminster, this is the official London residence and principal workplace of the Queen.
Most people think this is a giant clock, but it’s actually the name of the largest bell in a clock tower at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London.

ANSWER KEY: 1B, 2E, 3A, 4D, 5C

How many did you get right?
4-5: You MUST be a secret Brit. Way to go!
0-3: Better luck next time!

Quiz 2: British or American? Think you know where these celebs come from? Test your knowledge now!

American teens love everything British, especially British stars. Test your knowledge of today’s hot stars with this quiz: British or American?

1. RUPERT GRINT A. American     B. British
2. JUSTIN BIEBER A. American     B. British
3. ROBERT PATTINSON A. American     B. British
4. MILEY CYRUS A. American     B. British
5. ZAYN MALIK A. American     B. British
6. ADELE A. American     B. British
7. ED SHEERAN A. American     B. British
8. TAYLOR SWIFT A. American     B. British
9. BELLA THORNE A. American     B. British
10. PERRIE EDWARDS A. American     B. British

ANSWER KEY: 1B, 2A, 3B, 4A, 5B, 6B, 7B, 8A, 9A, 10B

How many did you get right?
7-10: Wow, you’re a total expert!
4-6: Sounds like you know your stars pretty well!
0-3: Time to brush up on your fave stars!

QUIZ 3: Are you speaking English? Test your Britspeak!

When you hear your favorite British celebrities speak, they always say something crazy like “Blimey, I fancy some chips!” Take this quiz to see if you know all the latest London lingo!

  1. Cheers
    1. Clapping
    2. Applause
    3. Goodbye
    4. A soda
  2. Bomb
    1. Great
    2. Explosion
    3. Fire
    4. A flop
  3. Blimey
    1. Slimy
    2. Gross
    3. Oh my goodness
    4. Grey
  4. Bogey
    1. Surfing
    2. Golf
    3. Booger
    4. A candy
  5. Fancy
    1. Nick name for cats
    2. A sister
    3. A buttery snack
    4. Something you like
  6. Hunky-dory
    1. Okay, fine
    2. Chunky, big
    3. A child’s story
    4. A fat rat
  7. Mate
    1. A sailor
    2. A friend
    3. A table
    4. A school book
  8. Off your trolley
    1. Driving too fast
    2. Driving too slow
    3. Crazy, nuts
    4. Stupid, dumb
  9. Rubbish
    1. Money
    2. When two sticky things touch
    3. A candy dish
    4. Trash
  10. Sixes and sevens
    1. Treasure
    2. When things are all mixed up
    3. A clean room
    4. Very hungry
  11. Taking the biscuit
    1. Stealing
    2. When something is great, like, “takes the cake”
    3. A dinner roll
    4. Another name for ‘tea time’
  12. Wonky
    1. Chocolate bar
    2. Big building
    3. Wobbly
    4. A dog’s collar
  13. Zonked
    1. Sleepy, tired, pooped
    2. In a trance
    3. Like a zombie
    4. Zippered
  14. Chips
    1. French fries
    2. Potato chips
    3. Poker chips
    4. Chocolate chips
  15. Tube
    1. Slang term for a snake
    2. An underground subway system
    3. A type of beef
    4. Special rope

ANSWER KEY:  1C, 2A, 3C, 4C, 5D, 6A, 7B, 8C, 9D, 10B, 11B, 12C, 13A, 14A, 15B

How many did you get right?
13-15 – You’re a bomb!
Blimey Mate! Either you’re already a Brit or I’m off my trolley!

9-12 – Not so hunky-dory
Looks like things got a little sixes and sevens on you. Maybe you’re a little wonky today.

5-8 – You’re not talking any biscuit
Perhaps you fancy a trip somewhere else, like, New Jersey? Because you can’t keep up with the Brits!

0-4 — Rubbish!
Forget this blooming quiz and go get yourself some chips!


The cool sites and lingo in these quizzes are all part of a scavenger hunt in the awesome new tween book LOST IN LONDON. In the story a 13-year old American student travels to London for a week with school, but she gets in a mega jam that leads to a race against time! On her race she visits all of these famous places!

To learn more about these sites or LOST IN LONDON visit www.cindycallaghan.com


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