Which season is St Patrick's Day associated with?
St Patrick's Day is associated with ...
- autumn (fall).
How old is the story of St Patrick's Day?
The story of St Patrick's Day dates back to ...
- the 3rd century.
- the 4th century.
- the 5th century.
- the 6th century.
St Patrick's real name was Maewyn Succat. What happened to him when he was 16 years old?
- Maewyn Succat decided to fight against the English.
- Maewyn Succat decided to travel around the world.
- Maewyn Succat was kidnapped by Irish marauders (= pirates).
- Maewyn Succat became King of Ireland.
What was Maewyn Succat's job in Ireland?
- Maewyn Succat was a poet.
- Maewyn Succat was a sailor.
- Maewyn Succat was a soldier.
- Maewyn Succat was a shepherd.
How long did Maewyn Succat stay in Ireland before a vision directed him to escape?
Maewyn Succat stayed [...] (number) years in Ireland before a vision directed him to escape.
Back in Britain, Maewyn Succat had another vision. What did it beckon (= signal) him to do?
This vision beckoned him to ...
- become King of Ireland.
- help the people of Ireland.
- kill the non Irish.
- immigrate to the United States.
Maewyn Succat consequently became ...
- a teacher.
- a soldier.
- a priest.
- a politician.
When did Maewyn Succat return to Ireland?
Maewyn Succat returned to Ireland in [...] AD. (year)
In his autobiography, The Confessio, Patrick wrote about ...
- teaching the Irish how to read.
- teaching the Irish how to grow cereals.
- converting the Irish to Christianity.
- showing the Irish how to defeat the English.
One popular myth has Patrick driving ...
- the spiders out of Ireland.
- the snakes out of Ireland.
- the wolves out of Ireland.
- the foxes out of Ireland.
What did Patrick do to teach the Holy Trinity?
To teach the Holy Trinity, Patrick ...
- sang a song.
- drew a picture on the ground.
- painted a sign on a wall.
- used a shamrock.
March 17 corresponds to ...
- the day St Patrick was born.
- the day Maewyn Succat adopted the Christian name Patrick.
- the day St Patrick used the shamrock.
- the day St Patrick died.
When did St Patrick die?
St Patrick died in [...] AD. (year)
Where did the first St Patrick's Day occur (= happen) in Colonial America?
The first St Patrick's Day occurred in [...] in Colonial America.
- New York City.
When did it occur?
The first St Patrick's Day occurred in [...] (year) in Colonial America.
Which other city followed?
The city that followed was ...
- New York City.
When did this city follow?
This city followed in [...]. (year)
When were millions of Irish people forced to leave Ireland?
Millions of Irish people were forced to leave Ireland during ...
- the 1820s.
- the 1830s.
- the 1840s.
- the 1850s.
Why did they have to leave Ireland?
They had to leave Ireland because ...
- there was a big famine in the country.
- there was a war.
- there was a huge unemployment rate.
Where did they go?
They went to ...