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Dominica Quiz #5

How much do you know about Dominica? Test your knowledge of Dominica’s musicWCK image with these trivia questions

1) True or False? WCK stands for Windward Caribbean Kulture
2) Culture Shock, One More Sway, Follow the Leader were albums produced by which Dominican band?
3) True or False? R.S.B stands for Roots, Stems and Branches
4) Level vibes, Watch Ya, Incline Jam were albums produced by this Dominica band.
5) True or False? First Serenade started in 1984 in the village of Point Michel
6) True or False? Recording artist Nasio Fontaine was born in the village of Bagatelle?
7) He was the leader and founder of Exile One band
8) Who was the lead singer of the band Grammacks?
9) True or False? The following bands originated in Dominica: Black Affairs, Black Machine, Mantra, Belles Combo
10) In Dominica, Bouyon is associated with . . .


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Dominica Quiz #4

How much do you know about the Dominica? Test your knowledge of the island history, culture, and geography with these trivia questions

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1) Which mountain is not located in Dominica?
2) True or False? The motto on the Coat of Arms of Dominica means "After God the Land"
3) Who was the Prime Minister of Dominica when the United States invaded Grenada?
4) In what year did Hurricane David strike Dominica?
5) Who designed Dominica's national flag?
6) True or False? The IMF stands for International Monetary Fund.
7) Dominica was ceded to the British by which of the following treaties?
8) Who was the first administrator of Dominica during Crown Colony Rule in 1898?
9) Which of the following movies was filmed in Dominica?
10) Who was the clerk of the House of Assembly when Dominica gained statehood in 1967?


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Caribbean Quiz #2

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How much do you know about the Caribbean? Test your knowledge of the islands history, culture, and geography with these trivia questions

1) The book entitled In The Castle of My Skin was written by which of the following Caribbean writers?
2) Viv Richards played on the Leeward Island Cricket team,True or False?
3) The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) is located in the island of
4) St. Kitts came under sole English control through the Treaty of Utrecht in what year?
5) UNESCO stands for "United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization" True or False?
6) The Dominican band Grammacks was formed in the village of
7) The following verse is taken from the National anthem of which island?

love the land that gave us birth,
land of beaches, hills and valleys,
fairest isle of all the earth
Where soever you may roam,
love, oh, love our island home.
8) Kensington Oval and Queen's Park Savannah are associated with which sport?
9) What is the capital of Barbados?
10) Patrick Manning is a former prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago, True or False?

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Quiz on the Caribbean #1

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How much do you know about the Caribbean? Test your knowledge of the islands history, culture, and geography with these trivia questions

Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park in St Kitts is on UNESCO's Work Heritage List, True or False?
Gros Piton and Petit Piton are located on which Caribbean island?
The native Amerindians called this island Liamuiga (Fertile Island).
He founded one of Jamaica's first political parties in 1929 and a workers association in the early 1930s.
Castries the capital city of this island
In what year did Anguilla break away from St. Kitts?
The Blue Mountain is the highest mountain in Jamaica, True or False?
What is the capital of Trinidad and Tobago
Which treaty established the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) in 1981?
Playwright and poet Derek Walcott received the Nobel prize for literature, True or False?

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Quiz: All About Dominica #3

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How much do you know about Dominica? Test your knowledge of Dominica's history, culture, and geography with these trivia questions

Prince Rupert Bay is located in _________________.
Geneva Estate was named after the owner's home in which country?
True or False? The Kwéyòl language has its roots in French and West African languages.
True or False? Dominica is the most mountainous island in the Caribbean
Dominica was one of the ___________ islands to be fully colonized.
In what year did Dominica obtain Associated Statehood from Britain?
Which island is not part of the Windward Islands?
This system was designed to help with the transition from slavery to freedom by making the ex-slaves remain on the plantations for six years.
True or False? Roseau Reed or “wozo” are tall grasses also known a wild cane (True or false)
Morne Trois Pitons National Park was designated as a National Park under the National Parks and Protected Areas Act No.16 of July 1975.


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