Djiboutian, Gabonese, Nigerian or Ivorian? Which of the following has a bone in its name? This question was answered for PLN 10,000 in “Millionaires” by Mrs. Żaneta Pać from Fajsławice in the Lublin region.
Mrs. Żaneta started her game in “Millionaires” already in Tuesday’s episode, winning PLN 2,000, using two lifelines – half and half and a question to the audience, she started the next episode with one possible help – a phone call to a friend.
During Wednesday’s episode, the participant came across, among others: to the question about the origins of the name of the Sistine Chapel. Mrs. Żaneta used the last lifeline with him. When asking for PLN 10,000, she had to rely only on herself.
Which of the following has a bone in its name?
A: Djiboutian B: Gabonese C: Nigerian D: Ivorian
Mrs. Żaneta did not know the answer to the above question and decided to give up the opportunity to answer. The participant left the program with the previously collected amount, i.e. PLN 5,000.
A Djiboutian is from Djibouti, a Gabonese is from Gabon, a Nigerian is from Nigeria, and an Ivorian is a resident of the Ivory Coast – in English Ivory Coast (ivory – ivory). The question was about a resident of a country that has a bone in its name, so the correct answer was D: Ivorian.