LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||30/SET/2012 6:02 PM|
|Assunto:||Thanks and a further question...|
Good. I just think a quiz is more of "uma prova" whereas I like to think of a pop quiz as "uma provinha". That is, a quiz with five-to-ten questions, that is, more concise.
Anyway, both can be interchangeable without loss of meaning most of the time.
Just take a look at Kudoz for the word, and also these ones:
Pop quiz - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster ...
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noun. Definition of POP QUIZ. : an unscheduled or unannounced quiz. See pop quiz defined for English-language learners ». First Known Use of POP QUIZ
pop quiz [countable] American English
a short test that a teacher gives without any warning, in order to check whether students have been studying
pop quiz - definition of pop quiz by the Free Online Dictionary ...
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Noun, 1. pop quiz - a quiz given without prior warning. quiz - an examination consisting of a few short questions. Want to thank TFD for its existence? Tell a friend ...
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