Mixed Content Quiz

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6 Questions

What technology is used in the production of Arame Foguetes' product?

Which Brazilian band's song is referenced in the description of Red Velvet paper?

What is discussed in the 'Tech and Innovation' section of the text?

What is mentioned in relation to the Netflix series 'Stranger Things'?

What is implied by the expression 'se mal em campo'?

What is used for power in the production of Arame Foguetes' product?


  • Arame Foguetes: Lucro comes from audio CID, using "tidinha" technology, where Arma Micron's "tecido principal" is used for power and boy's house to make a solid wood product. The trade involves small particles of iron and steel, such as soccer balls and casinos.
  • Red Velvet: Paper is described as pretty, and the document contains a reference to the Brazilian band One Direction's song "Arms Around You" and the expression "living for the hour." The blog "Palmeira Rainilde" is mentioned, with the phrase "na hora que cesse a nara" and the statement "eu fiz um áudio."
  • Tech and Innovation: The text discusses a leader in a new year with lots of arms out, and the role of the periodic table in creating elements like oxygen and hydrogen. There is a mention of street workout routines, and a discussion of how to adjust super rain.
  • Entertainment and Media: The text refers to a cool show originating in Brazil, called "a maneira geral deus é fiel," and the Netflix series "Stranger Things" is mentioned. There is a discussion of making a living through YouTube and selling "oxigênio" and other elements for mobile phones.
  • Miscellaneous: There is a reference to a soccer team called "Pib," and the expression "se mal em campo," which could mean "making a mistake on the field." There is also a mention of the periodic table, and a reference to the German word "esmeralda," which means "emerald," and a discussion of how to use a microscope.


Test your knowledge with this quiz covering a variety of topics including technology, entertainment, media, and miscellaneous subjects. Explore references to music, periodic table elements, soccer, and more.

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