What Part Of A Song Should You Sing?

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If you were in a group, and you're supposed to sing a part of a song, what would it be? Should you sing the VERSE, the REFRAIN, the CHORUS, the BRIDGE, or should you just be the BACKGROUND VOCAL? Take the test to find out how your personality fits with these choices.

  • 1
    It's your group's turn to present your project about Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, in front of the class. What will you most likely tell the audience?
    All the important facts.
    The main story of the project.
    All the interesting facts.
    Nothing much. I'll probably just agree to whatever my group members say.
    The introduction and the history.
  • 2
    Describe your voice.
    Clear, normal, average.
    Low and quiet.
    Loud enough.
    It sort of has a cool "twist", that makes it different from all others.
  • 3
    If you were to introduce your friend, Jess to your sibling, Alex, how would you introduce them?
    (If you don't have a sibling, or a friend, just pretend you have one)
    "Jess, this is my brother/sister, Alex. She's/he's a little bit annoying, and likes to pull pranks all the time. Alex, this is my friend, Jess. He/she likes pizza, and he's/she's really funny."
    "Jess, this is my brother/sister, Alex. Alex, this is my friend, Jess."
    "Jess, here's my brother/sister, Alex. Alex, this is my friend, Jess who will help me punish you when you're naughty."
    "Alex, this is my friend, Jess. Say 'Hi!'!"
    "Jess, Alex. Alex, Jess."
  • 4
    You just heard a rumour that the most popular girl in campus, Jenny Oswell is pregnant. You rush quickly to tell your friends about this rumour. How do you say it?
    "I was just walking down the hall, then this guy, Andrew, told me that the most popular girl in school, Jenny Oswell, is pregnant!"
    "You wouldn't believe what I just heard . . ."
    [speaking softly]"Psst . . . I just heard that Jenny Oswell is pregnant! Sshh . . ."
    "Guess what? Jenny Oswell is . . . P-R-E-G-N-A-N-T"
  • 5
    What is the best part of a story?
    The plot and storyline, of course!
    The part where everything's calm, with no suspense.
    The part where there's a twist or suspense.
    I don't really like stories, but a few parts might be interesting.
    The part where it suddenly all makes sense.
  • 6
    What's the best place in a house?
    The hallway and stairs, because they lead you to a certain room or place.
    The one room that is different from all other rooms . . .
    The living room.
    Every room that is filled with memories.
    The most peaceful place. Could be the backyard, the study room, or my bedroom. As long as it's peaceful.
  • 7
    It's your turn to get a ride on the roller coaster. Which of these empty seats would you prefer to seat in?
    The seat near the back.
    The seat that has a different view.
    The seat close to the front and middle.
    The seat in the middle.
    The seat near the front
  • 8
    What is the most likely reason that you raise your hand in class?
    To make a comment.
    To answer a question.
    To tell a story.
    To ask a question about the question.
    I don't.
  • 9
    If you have a diary, journal, or a bloc, what would it most likely say?
    The complete story of what happened.
    Parts of what happened, and my opinions on them.
    An interesting part of what happened.
    Not much. Just a really short paragraph or something.
    My opinions about the stuff that happened.
  • 10
    Do you talk a lot?
    Maybe, maybe not. You got a lot of questions. . .
    Yes, but I often repeat the things I've already said.
    Yes, I talk about EVERYTHING. Mostly. . .

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