Yakuza Like a Dragon is an RPG game that teaches Japanese culture and language. The game was created by the Japan Foundation, and it has been used to improve the skills of students at Ounbara Vocational School in Kyoto.

The yakuza: like a dragon ounabara proficiency test answers are the solutions to the Ounbara Vocational School Exam.

The solutions to the exam exams are given in this handbook Ounbara Vocational School

Tier 1 Exam in Sports

Q) In badminton, players fight for points by hitting a feathered shuttlecock with a racket back and forth. The shuttlecock’s maximum speed is equal to which of the following? A) 500 km/h; B) 500 km/h; C) 500 km/

Q) In American football, two teams fight for points by carrying an oval-shaped ball into the opponent’s touchdown zone. What is the maximum number of players a team can have on the field at one time? A) There are 11 players.

Q) Table tennis is a sport in which two players compete for points by striking a ball back and forth across a table. There are two methods to hold the racket, each with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Shakehand is one of the methods. What is the name of the other? Penhold (A)

Q) In baseball, what is the word for a player hitting a single, double, triple, and home run in the same game? A) Getting into the Rhythm

Q) Figure skating is a sport in which a skater’s skill and showmanship are judged as they skate across the rink. What is the name of the skating technique in which the skater jumps from the rear outside edge of one foot and lands on the back outside edge of the other foot? Lutz (A)

Q) When skiing, one method is to keep the front of the skis together while separating the back. What is the name of this technique? A) Turning the Snowplough

Fencing is a sport in which two competitors compete one-on-one against each other. Modern fencing is divided into three disciplines. Which of the following enables you to launch a ‘cutting’ attack? Sabre (A)

Q) Surfing, climbing, bungee jumping, and skydiving are just a few of the extreme activities that may be dangerous at times. What is the aggregate name for these sports? Extreme sports (A)

Q) Boxing is a one-on-one combat sport in which competitors are classified according to their weight. The featherweight division is one of them. Which of the following weight classes does a fighter who weighs even less belong in? a) Bantamweight a) Bantamweight b) Bant

Q) Darts is a game in which players fire tiny missiles called darts at a circular board split into parts. The greater the number of points won, the closer the darts fall to the center. What is the name of the dead center of the board? A) Hit the bullseye

Tier 2 Exam in Sports

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Q) A marathon is a track and field event in which competitors must run a distance of 42.195 kilometers. Which of the following is the event that caused this distance to exist? A) The Marathon Battle

Q) Soccer is a team sport in which teams compete to kick the ball into the other team’s goal in order to earn points. Touching the ball with one’s hands or arms, with the exception of the goalkeeper, is deemed a foul. What is the name of this specific foul? Handling (A)

Q) Golf is a sport in which the objective is for the golfer to hit the ball into a hole in the fewest number of strokes feasible. Each hole on the course has a predetermined stroke count that the player is required to fulfill. A par is achieved by reaching the hole in the specified number of strokes, whereas a birdie is achieved by going one stroke below par. When a hole is three strokes below par, what do you call it? Albatross (A)

Q) What is the name of the track and field event in which competitors compete for distance thrown by launching a metal ball as high as they can? Shot Put (A)

Q) Baseball is a team sport in which opposing teams alternate offensive and defensive duties. The objective of the defensive pitcher is to strike out the hitter on the offensive side of the plate. A breaking ball is what it’s called. Which of the following does not belong in the category of breaking balls? A) Volleyball

Q) Basketball is a team sport in which teams compete to score points by shooting the ball into the hoop of the opposing team. The number of points gained is decided on where the shot was taken on the court. Is there a limit to how many points a player can get from a single shot, disregarding bonus points from penalty shots? 3 (A)

Q) What is the name of the racing method in which a car skids its tires around a bend to save time? Drifting (A)

Q) In a triathlon, competitors compete for the quickest total time by completing three separate races in a row. The triathlon does not include which of the following events? Cross Country (A)

Q) Skiing is a sport in which a skier uses a pair of skis to glide down a snowy hill. Skiers usually need a pair of tools to keep themselves steady, in addition to the components that attach the skier’s feet to the skis. What do you name these? Poles (A)

Q) In bowling, what are the ten things that the bowling ball must knock down in order to earn points? Pins (A)

Exam on the Underworld

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Q) When it comes to membership, the Tojo Clan claims to have the most. As a result, a slew of subsidiaries have sprung, some reaching as far as third-string families. Which of the following is not a Tojo Clan subsidiary? The Tamashiro Family, for starters.

Q) From the late 1990s to the early 2000s, Akira Nishikiyama, the first patriarch of the Nishikiyama Family, quickly expanded the family. Who was the third patriarch of the family? Tsuyoshi Kanda (A)

Q) Though the Tojo Clan has many strong members, one stands out as particularly militant and is known as the Mad Dog of Shimano by many. What is this individual’s name? Goro Majima (A) Goro Majima (B) Goro Majima

Q) Ryuji Goda, also known as the Dragon of Kansai, was Jin Goda’s father. He was also a previous chairman of the Omi Alliance, but which generation did he belong to? The fifth

Q) The Omi Alliance is the biggest yakuza organization to have ever existed in the Kansai area, with numerous subordinate branches. In the 2010s, which of the following was not a member of the Omi Alliance? The Sasai Family (A).

Q) The Omi Alliance is widely regarded as the biggest yakuza group in Kansai history. The Sengoku Family was a well-known direct family with a long history. Who was the patriarch of the family? Toranosuke Sengoku (A)

Aside from the Tojo Clan and the Omi Alliance, there are many more yakuza groups. Which of the following statements is not true? The Taihei Association is a non-profit organization based in Taihei, Japan.

Q) Andre Richardson was the leader of a well-known international weapons smuggling ring. What was the name of the organization that you were referring to? A) Monday the 13th

Q) Kazuo Shibata was the patriarch of the Shibata Family, which was a Tojo Clan offshoot. Shibata’s sworn brother was the leader of a clan whose headquarters were located at Kamuro Theater. What was the name of the song? Hatsushiba Clan (A)

Q) The Tojo Clan is said to be the biggest yakuza group ever to exist in the Kanto area. Up till now, the Tojo Clan has had six chairman. What was the name of the third chairman? Masaru Sera (A)

Tier 1 Exam in Mathematics

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Q) Which of the computations below differs from the others? 1x3x5x7 – Correct answer 5! B) D) 815 (9+3)x10 C) 9+3)x10

Q) Which of the computations below differs from the others? A) 108/12 – Correct response D) 642/16 B) 42 C) 10/2+3 D) 642/16

Q) In the following numerical sequence, solve for x: 1, 4, 9, 16, x, 36, 49 A) 25

Q) In the following numerical sequence, solve for x: 6, x, 496, 8128, 3350336 A)

Q) Which of the computations below differs from the others? A) 125/5 – Correct response B) 35 D) 30/5+9 C) 1+2+3+4+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+

Q) In the following numerical order, solve for x: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, x, 29, 31, 37 A)

Q) In the following numerical sequence, solve for x: 1, 3, 6, x, 15, 21, 28, 36 A)

Q) In the following numerical series, solve for x: 1, 2, 4, 7, x, 16, 22. 11 (A)

Q) Which of the computations below differs from the others? 2/1 – Correct Answer B) 0.2; C) 1/5; D) 20%;

Tier 2 Exam in Mathematics

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Q) Two of a triangle’s inner angles are 65 degrees and 35 degrees. What is the inner angle that is left? A) The temperature is 80 degrees.

Q) Select the best answer to the following problem: A) 6+16 B) 6+16 C) 6+16 D) 6+

Q) Select the best answer to the following problem: 240 A) 1202 A) 1202 A) 1202 A) 1202 A) 120

Q) Two of a triangle’s inner angles are 40 degrees and 50 degrees. What is the inner angle that is left? 90 degrees (A)

Q) Select the best answer to the following problem: 51 (14+37 A)

Q) Because a pentagon has five equal-length sides, it has five equal interior angles. What angles do these corners have? A) 108 degrees Fahrenheit

Q) Select the best answer to the following problem: A) 8 (200/25?)

Q) Select the best answer to the following problem: 52-3-17 A) 72-3-17 B) 72-3-17 C) 72-3-17 D

Q) What is the name of the quadrilateral made up of equal-sized opposing angles with none of them at 90 degrees? Parallelogram (A)

Q) Select the best answer to the following problem: 11 121/11 A) 121/11 B) 121/11 C) 121/11

Tier 1 of the SEGA Proficiency Exam (the fun part)

Q) SEGA’s Panzer Dragoon II Zwei is a shooter. What is the name of the dragon that joins forces with the main character, Jean-Luc Lundi? Lagi (A)

 

Q) SEGA published Feel The Magic: XY/XX, an action game. What is the name of the shady performing troupe that the protagonist joins to woo his love interest? A) Rabbits that have been rubbed

SEGA’s Sonic the Hedgehog is an action video game. What is Sonic’s age? 15 a)

Q) What is the name of the SEGA fighting game Virtua Fighter? What is the title of the main character? Akira (Akira

Q) There are subtitles in several of SEGA’s Sakura Wars games. In the first five numbered titles, which of the following is not a subtitle? A) Farewell, Homeland

SEGA’s Valkyria Chronicles is a strategic RPG series. Which nation are the protagonists from in the first title in the series? Gallia Principality (A) Gallia Principality (B) Gallia Principality (C

Q) Over the years, SEGA has produced a wide range of hardware. Which of the following is not a Sega Genesis/Mega Drive device attachment? SEGA Keyboard (A)

Q) SEGA’s Mega Drive is a video game system that was launched in Japan in 1988. Which of the following buttons does not belong to the controller? A) Decide

Q) Over the years, SEGA has produced a wide range of hardware. Which of the following is a product of theirs? TeraDrive (A)

Q) SEGA’s Space Channel 5 is a rhythmic action game in which the protagonist Ulala is pitted against different dance fights in space. Ulala and her crew say which of the following after striking a stance during a dance battle? Chu! (A)

Tier 2 of the SEGA Proficiency Exam

Q) Marie Antoinette’s mother, Grand Duchess of Austria and Queen of Hungary and Bohemia, was the last queen of France. What was her name, exactly? Marie Theresa (A)

Q) In ancient Egypt, which of the following was the title of the kings who were believed to govern the country with divine right and justice? Pharaoh (A)

Q) What is another term for the 19th-century American Civil War, which was fought to abolish or maintain slavery? A) State-to-State Conflict

Q) Between the second and sixth centuries CE, China’s Wei and Jin Dynasties fought a war that lasted an unusually long time. Which of the following is the dynasty that eventually brought the country together? Sui a)

Q) In 16th century Japan, feudal ruler Oda Nobunaga was murdered just as he was uniting the country. Who was the vassal who killed him and set up the Honno-ji incident? Akechi Mitsuhide (A) Akechi Mitsuhide (A) Akechi Mits

Q) In the third century BCE, who was the Carthaginian commander who led an assault into Roman Italy? Hannibal Barca (A)

Q) What were the remarks of Gaius Julius Caesar, a Roman statesman, when he crossed the Rubicon in 49 BCE? A) The dice is rolled.

Q) Which of the following ancient civilizations is believed to have thrived due to Western Asia’s Tigris-Euphrates river? Mesopotamia (A) Mesopotamia (B) Mesopotamia

Q) Who was Russia’s last known emperor? Nikolai II (A)

Q) After losing the Battle of Waterloo in the 18th century, which of the following was the place where French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte spent his last moments? A) The Island of St. Helena

Proficiency Exam Isezaki Ijincho

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Q) What is the name of the historic movie theater on N Isezaki Road that plays old movies? Seagull Cinema (A)

Q) Which of the following is the name of the subway station at Isezaki Ijincho’s heart? Jinnai Station (A)

Q) What is the street name in front of Ounabara Vocational School? Daikokuten St. (A)

Q) What is the name of the racing sport that has rapidly grown popular among both young and elderly in Hamakita Park? Dragon Kart (A)

Q) There are several gates in Chinatown that are based after traditional Chinese architecture. What is the name of the entrance that is closest to the water and faces Pier St.? Taiyo Gate (A)

Q) Which of the following is the name of a well-known fast food chain on Hyakkei Street? Wette Kitchen (A)

Q) The Bar District occupies a section of Isezaki Ijincho. In this neighborhood, which of the following bars can you find? A) Rodriguez Bar

Q) In Club SEGA Yokohama in Chinatown, which of the following arcade games is presently set up and running? A) Harrier Space

Q) What is the river that runs through Isezaki Ijincho’s town? River Sakura (A)

Q) Which of the following parks in Yokohama Chinatown is situated near the shore and includes an open area with a big fountain? Hamakita Park (A)

Exam in Animal Science

Q) Which of the following extinct creatures was formerly thought to be a penguin? A) Excellent auk

A) Which of the following is not an ape? Q) Which of the following is not an ape? A) Macaque of Japan

Q) Which of the following birds does not have the ability to fly? Ostrich (A)

Q) Spiders are well-known for spinning webs to capture their prey. To capture its prey, which of the following spiders does not weave a web? A) Spider that jumps

Q) Which of the following does not belong in the shark family? 1) The sturgeon

Q) Which reptile has the greatest body length among the following? A saltwater crocodile is a kind of crocodile that lives in saltwater.

Which of the following animals is classified as an insect? Ladybug (A)

Which of the following animals is a herbivore? Beaver (A)

Which of the following animals is classified as an amphibian? Salamander (A)

Which of the following animals is classified as a fish? Great white shark (A)

Exam for Fashionistas

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Q) What was the name of the ancient Greek men’s overcoat fashioned from a single piece of cloth? Toga (a)

Q) Out of the following clothing pattern names, which one uses the diamond shape? Argyle (A)

Q) Which of the following clothing items is indigenous to Vietnam? Ao dai ao dai ao dai ao dai

Q) Which of the following clothing items is indigenous to Scotland? A) The kilt

Q) Which of the following materials resembles acrylic fiber in feel? Wool (A)

Q) Which of the following qualities does silk thread not have? It’s a plant-based fabric, for starters.

Q) Which of the following fibers is intentionally produced rather than anima or plant-based? Nylon (A)

Q) Which of the following hats gets its name from its use in hunting? A) A flat hat

Q) Where does the word “polo” come from in polo shirts? A) Polo is a sport.

Q) Complete the blanks. Haute A) Couture is the specialty of a high-end fashion shop in France.

Tier 1 of the Music Proficiency Exam

Q) Pablo de Sarasate was a composer whose work Zigeurnerweisen is well-known. What nation did he come from? Spain (A)

Q) Which well-known composer is responsible for works such as The Magic Flute, The Marriage of Figaro, and Don Giovanni? The first is Mozart.

Q) A musical composition snippet will be played. What is the name of this piece’s title? A) Second Movement (Largo) – Correct response B) The First Movement (Adagio) C) The Third Movement (Scherzo) D) The Fourth Movement (Allegro con fuoco)

Q) Composers and arrangers offer a work direction in terms of intensity and pace. They accomplish this by utilizing language that the performers are familiar with to help them visualize the piece. Which of the following is an example of a steady tempo slowdown? Ritardando (A) Ritardando (B) Ritardando (

Q) A musical composition snippet will be played. What is the name of this piece’s title? A) A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Correct response B) The Galactic Railroad at Night D) Walpurgis Night C) The Magic Flute – Queen of the Night

Q) A musical composition snippet will be played. What is the name of this piece’s title? A) Csikos Post – Correct response B) The Underworld of Orpheus C) The Galp of Comedians D) The Apprentice Sorcerer

Q) Jean Sibelius wrote which of the following symphonies? Finland (A)

Q) Composers and arrangers offer a work direction in terms of intensity and pace. Which of the following terms denotes playing very loudly? a) Fortissimo a) Fortissimo a) Fortissimo a)

Q) Which of the following is an opera by Giuseppe Verdi, an Italian composer? Macbeth (A)

Q) What do you call it when two individuals play the piano at the same time? Duet (A)

Tier 2 of the Music Proficiency Exam

Q) A musical composition snippet will be played. What is the name of this piece’s title? A) Fur Elise – Correct response Campanella (B) D) Bolero C) My Beloved

Q) What is the name of the tool that is used to change the pace of a song? Metronome (A)

Q) When a percussion instrument is hit, rattled, or scraped, it creates sound. Cymbals, castanets, and even the piano are examples of percussion instruments. Which of these is a percussion instrument as well? Xylophone (A)

Q) Which of the following is a well-known ballet work by Pyotr Tchaikovsky? Swan Lake (A)

Q) Complete the blanks. Johann Sebastian was a Baroque musician who wrote a number of works. A) Johann Sebastian Bach

Q) Which of the following violins is regarded one of the finest in the world? A) Stradivarius is a stringed instrument made by Stradivarius

Q) Frederic Chopin wrote which of the following pieces? Minute Waltz (A)

Q) A musical composition snippet will be played. What is the name of this piece’s title? A) Pageantry and opulence – Correct answer C) Enigma Variations (B) Symphony No.5 (B) Symphony No.5 (B) Symphony No.5 (B) Symphony D) Concerto for Violin

Q) A musical composition snippet will be played. What is the name of this piece’s title? A) Spring – Correct response A) Spring B) Summer C) Autumn Summer (D)

Q) Who wrote the Moonlight Sonata, Ode to Joy, and Fifth Symphony, among other well-known works? A) Ludwig van Beethoven

Exam in Pharmacology

Q) Which of the purified components listed below is most efficient in retaining moisture in the skin? White Petroleum (A)

In today’s world, there are a variety of methods to acquire medicine. Which of the following must be obtained with the help of a doctor’s consultation and permission? A) Medication on prescription

Q) Various medications are being studied and produced throughout the world to fight illness. What is the term for a medication that has the same characteristics as the original but is introduced after the original’s patent expires? A) Generic medications

Q) Which of the following medications is classified as a topical treatment? Lozenge (A)

Q) There are three different ways to take medicine. One is taken orally, as in oral medication, while the other is applied topically, as in ointments. What’s the third approach? Injection (A)

Q) Physical discomfort is relieved by which of the following? Morphine (A)

Which of the following is an example of an oral medication? A) Medicine in powdered form

Q) What is the chemical compound that antiseptics are made of? Ethanol (A)

Q) Which of these chemical substances may be present in eczema ointment? Steroid (A)

Q) Which of the following ingredients helps to relieve headache and inflammatory pain? Acetylsalicylic acid is a kind of acetylsalicylic acid.

Exam for a Nutritionist

1511202-8 Q) While most people in Japan connect cheese with cow’s milk, cheese is also made from the milk of a variety of animals in Scandinavia. Which of the following animals is one of these? Reindeer (A)

Q) Which of the following dishes is a traditional Turkish dish? Kebab (A)

Q) The name of the unsaturated fatty acid found in blueback fish is Docosahexanoic acid (A)

Q) Which of the following dishes is a traditional Spanish dish? Tapas (A)

Q) In tomatoes, which of the following nutrients is not present? Vitamin D (A)

Q) Which of the following meals has fish as a main ingredient? A) Pazza d’acqua

Q) Which of the following is a component present in hot meals like chili peppers that may help people lose weight and increase their appetite? Capsaicin is the active ingredient in chili peppers.

Q) What’s the name of a cold soup made of mashed potato puree, cream, and bouillon? Vichyssoise (A)

Q) Although dietary fibers are not digested by humans, they have the unique capacity to clean the gastrointestinal system. The unique water-soluble dietary fiber is which of the following? Pectin is a kind of pectin that is used to make jam

Q) Which of the following pasta recipes uses just boiling pasta, black pepper, and cheese? Cacio e pepe (A) Cacio e pepe (A) Cacio e

Exam for Hazardous Materials

Q) Which of the following is a heavy metal genre? Zinc (A)

Q) What is the name of the process through which a solid becomes a gas? Sublimation (A)

Q) In Japan, how many different types of hazardous compounds can a skilled handler handle? 6 (A)

Q) The most frequently handled hazardous compounds are those categorized as category IV, which include materials like petroleum and oil. What exactly are these substances? a) Flammable liquids b) Flammable liquids c) Flamm

Q) When storing hazardous chemicals, a specified perimeter of open area surrounding the storage facility must be protected, according to Japanese legislation. Which of the following explanations is the most logical? A) To limit the amount of damage and injury caused by unanticipated events.

Q) Static electricity may create a fire in a variety of situations. Which of the following may be done to lessen the impact of such an event? A) Increase the humidity level.

Which of the following laws govern hazardous materials and hazardous materials handlers in Japan? A) Protection against fire

Q) A dust explosion happens when tiny particles floating in the air burn quickly in response to a spark. During a dust explosion, which of the following is always present? Oxygen (A)

Q) In Japan, some hazardous items, such as chemicals, must be stored, transferred, and used under the supervision of a government-certified supervisor. Which of the following duties would need the presence of such a person overseeing the process? A) Operating a petrol station

Q) Hazardous materials in Japan are classified according to their state of matter. Alcohol and gasoline are in which of the following categories? A) Aqueous

Exam for Flag Master

Q) Which of the following nations’ flags contains four colors? Malaysia (A)

Q) Which of the following nations’ flags has a dragon? Bhutan (A)

Q) Which of the following nations’ flags has the color blue? Estonia (A)

Q) Which of the following nations’ flags has yellow? Spain (A)

Q) Which of the following nations’ flags has a leaf? Canada (A)

Q) Which of the following nations’ flags has a sun and stars? Philippines (A).

Q) Which of the following nations’ flags is green? Cameroon (A)

Q) Which of the following nations’ flags consists only of red, white, and blue? Russia (A)

Q) Which of the following nations’ flags has a moon? Singapore (A)

Q) Which of the following nations’ flags is entirely red and white? Austria (A)

Tier 1 of the Trivia King Exam

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Q) What was the basis for determining the weight of a pound? A) The amount of flour eaten by a single individual on a daily basis.

Q) Who was the ancient Greek philosopher and Socrates’ pupil who proposed the Theory of Forms? Plato (A)

Q) When measured from the sea’s surface, Mt. Everest, also known as Sagarmatha or Chomolungma, is the world’s highest peak. When measured from the seafloor, which island has the highest mountains? Hawaii (A)

Q) The king, queen, rook, bishop, knight, and pawn are the six kinds of chess pieces, each having its own set of abilities. Except for the king, which of these may be transformed into any of the other pieces? 1) a pawn

Q) How tall is the Royal Gorge Bridge, one of America’s most popular bungee jumping destinations? 321 meters (A)

Q) The Kuroshio current is a large ocean current that runs north-south along Japan’s west coast. What is the name of the southern current that collides with the Kuroshio and travels to North America from there? a) Oyashio b) Oyashio c) Oy

Q) Chess is a game in which pieces are skillfully moved across a checkered board. A chess board has how many squares? 64 (A)

Q) The Earth’s surface is made up of tectonic plates, which are layers that overlay one another. The Japanese archipelago rests on which of these four plates? Eurasian plate (A)

Q) The Grimm Brothers, a pair of German authors, are famous for their Grimm’s Fairy Tales, a collection of fairy tales that is still popular today, even in Japan. Which of the following does not belong in this group? The Little Mermaid (A)

Q) The foot, named after the bodily component, is one unit of measurement. The shaku, a unit of measurement related with feet, is also used throughout Asia. How many centimeters does a shaku measure in Japan? 30.303 cm (A)

Tier 2 of the Trivia King Exam

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Q) Who was the renowned Norwegian painter who painted The Scream in 1893? Edvard Munch (A) Edvard Munch (B) Edvard Munch

Q) Our solar system is made up of several planets, including Earth, that orbit the sun. The planet that is nearest to the sun is which of the following? Mercury (A)

Q) In the contemporary era, UTC stands for Universal Time Coordinated. What is the name of the English observatory that serves as the GMT time zone’s basis and modifies UTC? Greenwich Observatory (A) Greenwich Observatory (B) Greenwich Observatory (

Q) In Japan, karaoke is a popular form of entertainment. Where did the word “karaoke” come from? A) An orchestra that is devoid of musicians.

Q) After removing the jokers and any extra cards, how many cards are left in a deck of playing cards? 52 (A)

Q) What is the name of a classical ballet company’s star dancer? Principal (A)

Q) In space research, which of the following is the area of study that focuses on the principles of electrons, atoms, molecules, and other tiny particles? A) Quantum physics is a branch of physics that deals with the nature of

Q) In poker, what is the term for a hand that includes five cards of the same suit? A) Cleanse

Q) Which of the following games, including skills such as the Backhand Slip Grip Special, Everest, Moon Landing, and the Lighthouse Somersault, was a major success in 1970s Japan? Kendama (A)

Q) What is the name of the layer that separates the Earth’s core from its crust? A) The mantle

Special Tier Exam for Trivia King

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Q) Mt. Everest is the world’s highest mountain, also known as Sagarmatha or Chomolungma. What is the second-tallest person in the world? K2 (A)

Q) In Japan, there is a regulation that restricts the number of coins that may be used in a single transaction. How many one-yen coins may be used in a single transaction under this law? 20. A)

Q) The Ounabara Vocational School crest is made up of two sections. A) The sea and the pen

Q) What is the name of the Lyra constellation’s first-magnitude star, also known as the Weaver Girl during Japan’s Star Festival and China’s Qixi Festival? Vega (A)

Q) At Ounabara Vocational School, you may earn which of the following certificates? Tier 2: Music Proficiency

Q) What is the name of the ancient Indian board game that is said to be the forerunner of shogi or chess? a) Chaturanga b) Chaturanga c) Chatu

Q) What is the alternate name for the second-magnitude star known as the North Star in the twenty-first century? Polaris (A)

Q) Princess Kaguya is born from a bamboo stalk in the Japanese folktale The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter. Which of the following is not a gift given to her by the princes in exchange for her hand in marriage? A feather from a phoenix

Q) In Japan, coins and banknotes are made by two different companies. The Mint Bureau makes coins, but which of the following companies makes bills? The National Printing Bureau (National Printing Bureau) (NPB) (National Printing Bureau)

Q) What is the name of the world’s oldest board game, which is being played today under a variety of rules such as the Kalah or Oware? Mancala (A)

Proficiency Exam in Ounabara

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The Ounabara Proficiency Exam is not like the others you’ve taken so far. Instead of asking you to answer new questions, this test requires you to re-answer all of the questions you’ve already answered. But here’s the kicker: If you get even one question incorrect, you’ve failed the test. That’s true, you won’t be able to pass if you only get 3 out of 5 questions correct. Nope. You’ll need a perfect score of 5 out of 5.

We don’t believe it’s necessary to repeat these questions since you’ve all already answered them. Instead, take one final look at all of these test questions before diving in. It may be the difference between a passing grade and a failing grade!

Conclusion

In reality, the exams are straightforward. They may be completed without the need of any guidance. The guide is designed for people who do not want to exert any mental effort and just want to accomplish their goals.

Apart from this guide, please let us know in the comments area if you want us to cover any other guides connected to the game “Yakuza: Like a Dragon.” That is something we are pleased to do for our readers. We’ve also covered a few additional instructions for this game, which you can find in the related articles area below.

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