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Link-a-Letter Rounds
Each Pack Has Fifty Questions Over Five Rounds

All five rounds in each pack have ten questions where the initial letters of each answer will spell a mystery word or phrase.
There are clues provided so these rounds can be made easier by giving out some or all of the clues… on the other hand, the rounds can be made into a harder ‘anagram round’ by asking questions in a random order.


Link-a-Letter – Full Sample Round

Optional Clues
A type of creepy crawly, specifically a spider. Gets its name from the female who sometimes eats the male after mating

01. In the British army, which rank is immediately above a colonel?
Brigadier
02. Which comedian’s stand-up act consisted mainly of anecdotes about his imaginary friends, most famous of these being ‘Everard’ and ‘Slack Alice’?
Larry Grayson
03. Sharing its name with a golf score (which describes a score of three under par), which bird is capable of flying over 500 miles without flapping it wings?
Albatross
04. In 2000, which high street clothes chain announced the closure of all its 113 UK stores?
C & A
05. (Created by Jim Henson) Which famous puppet was made from a discarded (green) coat with two ping pong balls used for its eyes?
Kermit The Frog
06. Which British seaside village has an official exclamation mark in its name?
Westward Ho!
07. Which is the largest country in the world with only four letters in its name?
Kermit The Frog
08. Which dancer (a former ‘Strictly Come Dancing Judge’) has written a series of ‘Magic Ballerina’ books?
Darcey Bussell
09. What is the national drink of Greece?
Ouzo
10. Which four word phrase, alluding to the condition of a new born baby, refers to someone who is considered young and inexperienced?
Wet Behind The Ears

Initial letters of each answer spell: Black Widow


Link-a-Letter Pack 01
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Optional Clues and first three questions from round one.
A US singer, born in 1978. This person has won several Grammy’s and has featured on a 2015 UK number one hit with Sam Smith, ‘Lay Me Down’. Their first UK top ten was in 2005 with ‘Ordinary People’

01. St Helier is the capital of which Channel Island?
Jersey
02. What specific name is given to a person aged between 80 and 89 years old?
Octogenarian
03. In athletics, what name is given to the track and field combined events contest made up of seven events?
Heptathlon

Initial letters of this full round will spell: John Legend


Link-a-Letter Pack 02
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Optional Clues and first three questions from round one.
A large island nation off the southeast coast of Africa, home to thousands of animal species. Shares its name with a series of films, computer-animated movies that feature the characters Alex, Marty, Melman and Gloria

01. In Shakespeare’s ‘Julius Caesar’ who delivers the famous ‘Friends, Romans, Countrymen’ speech?
Mark Anthony
02. Which ancient Greek story-teller is best known for his collection of fables?
Aesop
03. Which products name is derived from the words Durability, Reliability and Excellence?
Durex

Initial letters of this full round will spell: Madagascar


Link-a-Letter Pack 03
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Optional Clues and first three questions from round one.
An English singer, born in 1947. Highly successful during the 1960’s. Known as ‘the barefoot pop princess’. Represented the UK at Eurovision – which she won with Puppet on a String in 1967

01. Using abbreviations and symbols, which method of rapid writing was devised by Sir Isaac Pitman?
Shorthand
02. Which actress connects the title role of a ‘Carry On’ film, a cafe owner from Coronation Street and an inmate of Larkhall Prison in the ITV drama ‘Bad Girls’?
Amanda Barrie
03. The 1999 film ‘Rogue Trader’ is based around the life of which real person?
Nick Leeson

Initial letters of this full round will spell: Sandie Shaw


Link-a-Letter Pack 04
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Optional Clues and first three questions from round one.
A place name in the US. A borough and town in the state of Pennsylvania. A famous speech was made here during the American Civil War. Speech began with the words ‘four score and seven years ago’, made by President Abraham Lincoln

01. In music, which former Beatle went on to form the super-group ‘The Travelling Wilburys’?
George Harrison
02. In the US, which law enforcement officer assembled a team (known as ‘The Untouchables’) in an effort to combat the activities of gangster Al Capone?
Elliot Ness
03. In 2013 two types of dance featured in the top ten of ‘What is’ questions put to google, at number nine was ‘What is Zumba’ – which other dance topped the list?
Twerking

Initial letters of this full round will spell: Gettysburg


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