Hello young learners!
It’s time for another round of BYJU’S Quizlets, and we are thrilled to share it with you.
In this edition, the spotlight is on FLOWERS!
While flowers like rose, jasmine, lotus, and others are widely known and available in a variety of sizes, shapes and colours, there are others that may not be as popular but are just as beautiful! Some flowers have an exquisite scent, while others can be eaten as well. Let’s find out how much you truly know about flowers.
You’ll be partnered with Jax and Jane once again for this week’s quiz.
Things to remember:
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1. Jax and Jane are at the florist’s shop. They are preparing a bouquet of flowers for their sick friend. They do not want to include edible flowers in their bouquet. Which one of the following should they avoid?
Hint: Edible flowers are flowers that can be eaten.
2. Jax and Jane spot a bunch of little white flowers and want to know the name. Can you help them?
3. Jane came across a sweet scent that smelled like perfume. The florist told Jax that some flowers are used extensively in making perfumes. Which flower is he talking about?
4. Jane said that most people consider broccoli to be a vegetable, but it is, in fact, a flower. Jax looked at her with disbelief and asked the florist if this was true. What do you think the florist said?
|A||Yes, broccoli is a flower.|
|B||No, broccoli is not a flower.|
5. The florist also said that tulip bulbs can be used instead of onion while cooking. Jax and Jane are confused. Do you think this is true?
|A||Yes, tulip bulbs can be used instead of onions.|
|B||No, tulip bulbs cannot be used instead of onions.|
6. Jax and Jane want a bouquet that only has red-coloured flowers. Which of the following should they include in their bouquet?
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