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#7

If you live in a rural Mexican village with your family, where do you go to celebrate Día de los Muertos?

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  • The grave of a deceased loved one and have a picnic.

  • The local cantina and drink Kalimotxo.

  • The basement of the church and play games.

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#8

This type of flower is placed on the altar to help spirits find their loved ones.

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    Chrysanthemums
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    Marigolds
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    Roses
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    Hydrangeas

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#9

Families decorate altars to the deceased by collecting food, candles, icons, and other items. What is this altar called?

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  • Ofrenda

  • Capilla

  • Santuario

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#10

Which is NOT a Mexican holiday that coincides with Dia de los Muertos?

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  • Dia de los Santos (All Saints’ Day)

  • Dia de los Fieles Difuntos (All Souls’ Day)

  • Grito de Dolores (Independence Day)

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#11

Just as pumpkins are associated with Halloween in the United States, Mexicans also have a special food for their death holiday. Which is it?

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    Sweet potatoes
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    Butternut squash
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    Corn
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    Papaya

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#12

This skeleton is perhaps the most iconic character of Día de los Muertos. What is her name?

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  • La Madrina

  • La Catrina

  • La Muertida

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