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Correspondent Tuesday, 25 March, 2003, 11:41 GMT
Just for fun - Evan's eurozone quiz
Evan's Euro Adventure quiz
Evan tests your eurozone knowledge
The time is looming when Gordon Brown will assess the vital five tests that may lead the way to a referendum to join the euro - Evan Davis has set a few questions here that may test you too.

You may know your pounds from your pence, but do you know your euros from your Urals?


Which “test” is NOT one of Gordon Brown’s famous five?
A: It must be good for jobs
B: It must be good for public services
C: It must be good for the city
If the UK was using the euro currency now, what would you approximately expect to pay for a pint of milk?
A: 9 euros
B: 0.9 euro
C: 0.09euro
One hundred pence are equal to one pound – so, what is equal to one euro?
A: 100 centres
B: 100 eurines
C: 100 cents
Which country rejected entry to the euro in 2000?
A: Denmark
B: Sweden
C: Kosovo
Which European nation has NOT adopted the euro?
A: Norway
B: The Vatican
C: San Marino
Where is the European Central Bank located?
A: Brussels
B: Frankfurt
C: Berlin
Euro coins have a national stamp on one side, but in which country is the Italian coinage NOT accepted?
A: Spain
B: Andorra
C: None
What police force combats currency fraud in the EU?
A: Interpol
B: Eurozonepol
C: Europol
If $1million (in $100 bills) fills an average suitcase, what would $1million in 500 euro bills fill?
A: A trunk
B: A wallet
C: A large handbag
In what year was the name the “euro” adopted?
A: 1995
B: 1990
C: 1999
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