Grammar and Vocabulary Quiz - Weddings

David and Nicole Get Married: Weddings in the U.S.

Click on the correct answer.

1) David and Nicole decided to get married. Which sentence does NOT mean the same thing?
They decided to tie the knot.
They 're getting hitched.
They're signing on the line.
They're taking the big plunge.
2) Nicole's best friend is planning her bridal shower. In the U.S., what happens at a bridal shower?
The bride (and groom) receive presents.
Everyone throws rice.
Everyone takes a shower.
The bride (and groom) get married.
3) What event does David's best man organize?
the wedding
the bachelor party
the reception
the pre-nuptial agreement
4) All of the following people take part in David and Nicole's wedding ceremony EXCEPT:
the maid of honor
the bride's mother
the best man
a flowergirl
5) All of the following will happen during their wedding ceremony EXCEPT:
David and Nicole kissing
exchanging of the vows
exchanging of the rings
David and Nicole shaking hands
6) All of the following will happen at their reception EXCEPT:
toasting the bride and groom
opening the presents
7) After the wedding, what will David and Nicole do?
They'll return to the Nicole's parents' house.
They'll go back to work.
They'll go to Thailand on their honeymoon.
They'll take a shower.
8) What will people call David and Nicole in the months after their wedding?

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