|The King's English -- On the Road|
Again, English is English, right? No way! This links the British and American names for the same types of conveyances.
Oscar Week: The Directors
Great movies are made by great directors. Match the Oscar-winning director with the film for which he was cited.
Oscar Week: Title Roles
Can you match the actor with the Academy Award-winning movie in which he played the title role?
ME, ME, ME
In this egotistical Match Quiz, pair the word beginning with ME with its MEaning.
More State Nicknames
Match up the U.S. state with its nickname.
You don't have to be a mezzo-soprano to know which composer on the right penned the famous opera on the left.
In this tough geography quiz, match the two African nations left and right that border each other.
"U" Adjectives for You
Match each word beginning with U with its meaning.
Better Known As ...: The Singers
Which popular entertainer on the right was born with the real name on the left?
Name That State
Actually, decide how each U.S. State got its name in this Match Quiz..
From the our family to yours we send seasonal greetings in puzzle form: match the TV family and the show in which they featured.
Better Known As ...: The Actors
His family knows him as the man on the left, we know him as the star on the right.
The Sounds of Christmas
Lyrics from popular seasonal songs match the song titles in All-Star Puzzles' Christmas songbook.
The King's English -- Clothing
English is English, right? Wrong! This pairs the Jolly Olde and American names for the same items of apparel.
We ask the "How many?" question 10 times.