I need to make multiple choice and a switch statement is used to check for correct answers. Also introduce a random element whereby the user can roll a dice and skip the following question if he gets a 6 (other rewards/penalties can be introduced for different dice values).

this is what iv done so far

#include<iostream>
#include<string>
#include"110ct.h"

using namespace std;

int main()
{
string s, a, b, c, d, e;
CursorController crs;
ColourController cl;
int counter =0;
cout << "Welcome to the multiple choice quiz!." << endl;
cout << "Are You Ready? (y/n)" << endl;
cin >> s;
if(s == "y")
{
cout << "Question 1: What is 7 + 100? \n";
cout << "A: 174 \n";
cout << "B: 107 \n";
cout << "C: 1586 \n";
cout << "D: 12 \n";
cin >> a;
}
if(a == "b" || a == "B")
{
cl.setForeground(Blue);
cout << "Congratulations! You earned 1 point. \n";
counter ++;
}
else
{
cl.setForeground(Yellow);
cout << "I'm sorry, that is incorrect. The correct answer was B: 16 \n";
}
cl.setForeground(White);
cout << "Press any key to continue" << endl;
qin.get();
crs.clearAll();
cout << "Question 2: What language do they speak Italy? \n";
cout << "A: Whats a language? \n";
cout << "B: They don't know how to talk. \n";
cout << "C: Spanish \n";
cout << "D: Italian \n";
cin >> b;
if(b == "d" || b == "D")
{
cl.setForeground(Blue);
cout << "Congratulations! 1 point. \n";
counter ++;
{
cout << "Question 1: What is 7 + 100? \n";
cout << "A: 174 \n";
cout << "B: 107 \n";
cout << "C: 1586 \n";
cout << "D: 12 \n";
cin >> a;
}
if(a == "b" || a == "B")
{
cl.setForeground(Blue);
cout << "Congratulations! You earned 1 point. \n";
counter ++;
}
else
{
cl.setForeground(Yellow);
cout << "I'm sorry, that is incorrect. The correct answer was B: 16 \n";
}
return 0;

}

}

you seem to be doing fine. do you need any help on any particular portion of your assignment..?

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I don't know how to implement the random dice roll that will allow the user to skip a go. Thank for the help!