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Year in review: play these quizzes on New Year’s Eve!

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Play these awesome wrap-up quizzes with your family and friends on NYE! 2017 wrapped up in awesome k

Play these awesome wrap-up quizzes with your family and friends on NYE! [Kahoot!]( 2017 wrapped up in awesome kahoots With just hours left of 2017, it’s a great time to look back and reflect on this year’s events. Play these awesome wrap-up quizzes with your family and friends on NYE! For example, how well do they know this year’s hottest music hits? Thank you for a wonderful 2017! [Play holiday picks](  [twitter]( [Twitter](  [facebook]( [Facebook]( [K!Blog]( [K! Blog]( Use of the Kahoot! website and service is subject to our [Terms & conditions]( and [Privacy Policy.]( Mailing address: Tordenskioldsgate 2, 0160 OSLO, Norway. US Mailing address: 701 Brazos St Capital Factory Ste 1608, Austin TX 78701 USA [Unsubscribe from emails like this](                              Â

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