Fill In the Blanks and We’ll Guess What Province You’re From

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By: Heather Cahill

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About This Quiz

For many places in Canada, language is much different in everyday conversation. Regional slang is found all around the country with people on the east coast speaking much differently than those on the west coast. If you traveled around the country, there's no doubt that you may hear a word that you've never heard before, even if you've lived in Canada for your entire life! The slang you use can help pinpoint exactly where you might be from. Think we can guess it?

In Newfoundland, the word "b'y" is used for someone, wherein another province, "dude" might be more common. Which one would you be most likely to use? If not one of those, you might use another term from your province, which is more common. You never know what new words you might learn! Slang isn't just limited to regular expressions, either. There's a lot of slang that is used when doing things such as ordering Tim Horton's as well. If you've ever heard the coffee shop's terms like "double-double" or "Timbit," then you've already got a headstart!

So, think we can guess the province that you live in just by the slang that you use? Find out if the guess is right by choosing your preferred slang words!

You might fill in this sentence with which insulting word? "You're a _________."

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Which restaurant fits perfectly into this sentence for you? "When I want to eat out, I go to _________."

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Can you pick the word that fits best in this phrase? "Jim's ________."

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Winter comes quick, so what would you fill this blank in with? "When it's cold outside, you wear a ______."

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What would you be ready to do in this sentence? "Ready to go out for ________?"

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You might say that you saw which of the following to finish off this phrase? "I just saw a _________."

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Can you pick a mythical creature to include in this phrase? "Apparently, the __________ lurks around here."

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When you're in need of something, what would you say in this sentence? "I'm going to go to the ___________."

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Who would you be most likely to say that you'll see in this sentence? "I'm visiting my _______ tomorrow."

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You'd show how you spend the holiday season by filling in this blank with which of the following? "It's Christmas, so I'm going ______."

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Where might you choose to fill in this blank? "We're going out to _________ for the weekend."

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Can you choose a word to finish off this phrase? "See ya later, ______."

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Which delicious item would you fill in this blank with? "Can you run out to Tim's and grab a ________?"

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What might you say to finish off this sentence? "We're gonna _______."

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Can you pick a word that would fit here for you? "There's a beautiful view of _______ by my house."

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You'll probably find yourself saying which of the following in this phrase? "I'm used to seeing _______."

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When it comes to weather, you'd be most likely to put which word into this sentence? "Today it's _________ outside."

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It's celebration time, so where would you be most likely to say you spent it in this phrase? "On Canada Day, I went to ___________."

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What would you fill this in with? "I'm going on a road trip to ___________."

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Can you fill this in with whatever is music to your ears? "I heard someone playing some _________ in town today."

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You'd probably say that a buddy has what in this phrase? "I've got a buddy who has a __________."

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Can you pick something that you might notice while out and about to fill in this blank? "I can't believe how _______ everyone was today."

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Now is the time to have fun, so where would you be most likely to say you'll be in this sentence? "I'm excited to check out the _______ this year."

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Who would you cheer for in this phrase? "I hope that the __________ win the game tonight."

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What would you fill in this blank with? "I know someone who works __________."

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Can you choose one of these famous people that you might tell someone about in this sentence? "I heard that _________ is from here."

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Which of the following would you say here? "The history of _________ is fascinating."

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You might say that which of the following was plentiful in this sentence? "There were so many _________ in town today."

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To tie it all together, what would you say in this sentence? "How many times have you heard the word _______ today?"

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Can you choose something to fill in this phrase? "I'm excited about the new __________ that's being built."

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