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QUIZ: How well do you know the month of March?

There will be at least one question about Paddy’s Day.

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Well, here we are. It’s March…..again.

So, how well do you know this month?

First off - it's March - but what season does that fall under in Australia?
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Spring
Summer

Autumn
Winter
Julius Caesar was famously assassinated during this month but when exactly are the Ides of March?
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12th
13th

15th
17th
The word March comes from the Roman god Mars. What was Mars the god of?
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Caramel
Death

Grain
War
Paddy's Day is this month. We know Patrick himself was Welsh - but what was his real first name?
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Darerca
Caemlus

Daffyd
Maewyn
The hour goes forward this month. But on 20 March we get a near 50-50 split of day and night. What is this called?
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Vernal Equinox
Lupus Equinox

Tecta Equinox
Fasces Equinox
March used to be the first month in the year - true or false?
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True
False
Lithuania celebrates what day on 16 March?
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Day of the Gold Smugglers
Day of the Food Smugglers

Day of the Oil Smugglers
Day of the Book Smugglers
National Beer Day is usually celebrated on 1 March in what country?
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Germany
Iceland

New Zealand
Laos
The first Barbie doll was sold in the month of March. But what year was it?
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1953
1959

1961
1963
Finally - March of the Penguins (just because I get to use a picture of a penguin) was narrated by which actor?
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James Earl Jones
Orson Welles

Morgan Freeman
Gilbert Gottfried
Answer all the questions to see your result!
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You scored out of !
Top notch!
Look at ya go!
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You scored out of !
Middlin'
Fair dues - you gave it a fair bash.
Share your result:
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You scored out of !
They didn't suit
You thought it was still February, didn't you?
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