Which artist(s) on the right made each unforgettable recording on the left?
Where in the U.S. Would You See ...?
In today's Match Quiz, play tour guide and pair each pair of tourist attractions with the state in which they are found.
Poetry for the Ages
Match each noted British poet with one of his best-known works.
You won't break a sweat bracketing the BR word with the language from which it came to English.
TV Husbands and Wives
No, not the Mr. & Mrs. characters--match the actors and actresses who play noted couples in big TV hit shows.
|Figures of Speech|
Get an A by joining each English language speech form with its example on the right.
A visual trivia quiz: pair each country with its flag.
The Name's Not the Same
Can you match each country's former name on the left with its current name on the right?
'90s TV: The Supporting Characters
Match each character with the 1990's television comedy in which he or she shared the screen.
Foods for Thought
You might think twice before eating these foods, but most (okay, some) are actually quite tasty.
|World Leaders -- Hot Spots|
Can you pair each country in the news with the man who leads it through troubled times.
More National Parks
If you wanted to visit the park on the left, where would you go on the right?
Great Parts to Play
Pair each trio of great roles with the American drama in which they are characters.
In this different kind of Match Quiz, can you determine the next letter in the sequence?
For your convenience, we include the alphabet: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ.
Who first uttered each very famous, oft-repeated saying?
|'50's Hits: The Lyrics|
From that era when the words were understandable comes this Match Quiz of memorable lyrics and songs.
Word origins -- LA
Each word beginning with LA comes to us from a different linguistic origin.
Solve the mystery by matching each television sleuth with the actor who plays him.
What's in a Name?--The Men
From what original meaning did each masculine name derive?
TV Theme Songs
These song lyrics and their TV Shows "go together like a horse and carriage" ("Married... With Children").