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A multi-player quiz show with all the bells and whistles (well, at least with flashing lights and strange electronic noises).

Click anywhere in the play area (which is loading in that blank space below) to start. Then select the number of players who are going to play, and enter their names in the boxes. Make a mental note of which key is your buzzer (noted to the right of your name). If only there is only one player, you don't need to press the buzzer to answer a question, just select your answer.

If it is your turn to answer, press the letter of (what you think is) the right answer. You will be told right or wrong in no uncertain terms. If you are wrong, the other player(s) can press their buzzers again, and select their answer.

You have 10 seconds to answer - watch the seconds countdown at top right of the play area.

If you answer, but get it wrong, you lose a point, so be careful!

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Let's Talk, 124 Merton Street, Suite 300, Toronto, M4S 2Z2, CANADA
Telephone: (416) 596 7703 - - Fax: (416) 596 7910 - - E-mail: staff@kidstalkaids.org
Charitable Registration No 0892927-11
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The Teresa Group
Let's Talk is a service of The Teresa Group
"Serving the needs of children and their families, living with or affected by HIV/AIDS"

Kids Help Phone
Parent Help Line
If you need to talk to someone in a hurry, call Kids Help Phone on 1-800-668-6868 or Parent Help Line on 1-888-603-9100.

Health Promotions and Programs Branch - Ontario Region, Health CanadaUnited Way of Greater Toronto
This project received funding from the Health Promotions and Programs Branch - Ontario Region, Health Canada and United Way of Greater Toronto