Quiz 5: Answered, mostly

Here are my answers to Quiz #5. I actually do miss doing these, and until the other day forgot that We used to do this.

Anyhow, I’m pretty certain about #’s 1, 2, 6 and 8. The wording of question #5 confused me. If you were looking for the answer “are”, then I think this should have been a 2-part question, with the second half being True or False. I will test you on giving tests soon.

I left a few blank because I really had no idea. I could have guessed, but, oh well….

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3 comments

  1. Her says:

    Considering We haven’t had a formal study session or quiz in quiet a while, I think He did great. And I look forward to more of this. He’s not the only one who learns: creating a quiz is a fine education for me as well. I have to think of what We’ve read and discussed, formulate understandable questions, and then make sure I actually know the answers.

    Corrections:

    #4: Kentucky grapes We tasted: Vidal Blanc, Viognier, and Cabernet Franc
    Texas grapes We tasted: Montepulciano (got that one right) and Vermentino
    I think it’s funny He couldn’t remember what We tasted for United Slurps of America. I think this is an important part of the project and for learning about wine in general–being able to distinguish different grape varieties and eventually how their flavor profiles vary depending on where they are grown.

    #5: 80% and NV is usually most typical (absolutely nothing wrong with this wording, btw)

    #6: you forgot the “Mouton” in Mouton-Rothschild

    #7: Right state, but in Columbia Valley

    So not bad at all. Let’s do this again soon. And who knows, maybe He’ll make a quiz for me some day.

  2. Joe says:

    I’m a little bummed this was the only post when I clicked on the tab “David Lee Roth References”

    “GODAMMIT BABY YOU KNOW I AIN’T LYIN’ TO YA I’M ONLY GONNA TELL YOU ONE TIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIME AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHYEEEEEEEAAAAAH !!!!!”


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