'Cockney Rhyming Slang 4' Quiz

This is a advanced-level quiz containing 10 true/false questions from our 'cockney rhyming slang' quiz category. Simply answer all questions and press the 'Grade Me' button to see your score. This exercise is also available as a printable worksheet.

Cockney Rhyming Slang 4

Exercise Instructions: Choose the correct answer.

Q1 - A coat is a weasel.
Q2 - If something is Westminster Abbey, it is shabby.
Q3 - Jaffa cake means mistake.
Q4 - Dunlop tyre means liar.
Q5 - Dutch plate means late.
Q6 - David Gower means power.
Q7 - Dangermouse means spouse.
Q8 - You and me means tea.
Q9 - Dangermouse means house.
Q10 - Jellied eel means deal.

Printable Worksheet

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Q1 - A coat is a weasel.
 
True
 
False
Q2 - If something is Westminster Abbey, it is shabby.
 
True
 
False
Q3 - Jaffa cake means mistake.
 
True
 
False
Q4 - Dunlop tyre means liar.
 
True
 
False
Q5 - Dutch plate means late.
 
True
 
False
Q6 - David Gower means power.
 
True
 
False
Q7 - Dangermouse means spouse.
 
True
 
False
Q8 - You and me means tea.
 
True
 
False
Q9 - Dangermouse means house.
 
True
 
False
Q10 - Jellied eel means deal.
 
True
 
False

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