You'll Only Pass This Italian Quiz If You Bleed Green, White and Red

Think you're Italian? Take this quiz and make your Nonna proud!

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Canada Journal
 Jul 01, 2018
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Question: 1/20Pick your answer!


Which pasta dish is Italy NOT famous for?
Carbonara
Spaghetti
Ramen

Question: 2/20Pick your answer!


How would you describe pasta that is cooked "al dente"?
Firm
Crunchy
Sloppy

Question: 3/20Pick your answer!


From a young age, you knew that Italy is shaped like a _____.
boot
hat
mitten

Question: 4/20Pick your answer!


Who was a famous emperor of Rome?
Alexander the Great
Giorgio Armani
Julius Ceasar

Question: 5/20True or False?


The Italian flag is green, white, and red.
There is definitely some orange in there
Sounds about right!

Question: 6/20Pick your answer!


What is the main ingredient of pesto?
Basil
Cilantro
Rosemary

Question: 7/20Pick your answer!


Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?
Raphael
Michelangelo
Dante

Question: 8/20Pick your answer!


In one of Shakespeare's famous plays, Romeo is in love with _______.
Gulianna
Maria
Juliet

Question: 9/20Pick your answer!


What is Dante Alighieri most famous for?
Writing
Painting
Singing

Question: 10/20Pick your answer!


Basil is the primary ingredient in pesto sauce. True or false?
False
True

Question: 11/20Pick your answer!


Which animal is referred to as "il gatto" in Italian?
Cat
Rabbit
Dog

Question: 12/20Pick your answer!


Which of these is without competition the most popular sport in Italy?
Soccer
Tennis
Water polo

Question: 13/20Pick your answer!


"Zucchero" is the Italian word for which ingredient that exists in almost every household?
Salt
Pepper
Sugar

Question: 14/20Pick your answer!


How much milk is put into a traditional espresso coffee?
Only a dash
None
Half a cup

Question: 15/20Pick your answer!


Which of these is the Italian word for grandmother?
Nonna
Doona
Zia

Question: 16/20Pick your answer!


The Italian cured meats of salami, prosciutto and mortadella come from which animal?
Lamb
Pig
Cow

Question: 17/20Pick your answer!


Where in Italy would be able to visit the Pope?
Florence
Venice
Vatican City

Question: 18/20Pick your answer!


The majority of the Italian population belongs to the Roman Catholic Church. True or false?
False
True

Question: 19/20Pick your answer!


Spaghetti that is made "aglio e olio" has what two ingredients in it?
Cheese and bacon
Chili and butter
Garlic and oil

Question: 20/20Pick your answer!


How do you say “Jesus” in Italian?
Jesus is the same in all languages
Jesús
Gesù
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Italians are very proud people, and many know everything there is to know about their culture. To prove that you can make Italy proud, take this quiz on Italian culture! You’ll pass if you can answer questions like “How many regions are there in Italy?”, “When does the legendary La Befana visit Italian children?”, “Which Italian actor starred in the World War Two movie "La Vita é Bella"?”, “What does the Italian dessert "Tiramisu" translate to in English?”, “In which Italian region is the capital city of Rome located?”, “Spaghetti that is made "aglio e olio" has what two ingredients in it?”, “The Italian number "tredici" translates to what number in English?”, “The majority of the Italian population belongs to the Roman Catholic Church. True or false?”, “In what Italian city would you be able to visit Michelangelo's David?”, “The Italian cured meats of salami, prosciutto and mortadella come from which animal?”, “Which of these is the Italian word for grandmother?”, “How much milk is put into a traditional espresso coffee?”, “"Zucchero" is the Italian word for which ingredient that exists in almost every household?”, “Which of these is without competition the most popular sport in Italy?”, “Which animal is referred to as "il gatto" in Italian?”, “Basil is the primary ingredient in pesto sauce. True or false?”, “What is Dante Alighieri most famous for?”, “In which small Italian city was Shakespeare's play "Romeo and Juliet" set?”, “Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?” and “The legend of Romulus, who founded Rome, and his brother Remus, says that they were raised by what animal?”.