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True or False – Last Decade edition 2
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Q 1. At the MTV Video Music Awards, Lady Gaga wore a dress made out of raw beef.
Q 2. Catherine Middleton and Prince William had their wedding in Scotland.
Q 3. The most watched video on YouTube is Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’.
Q 4. There were theories swirling about that the world would end on 12 December 2012.
Q 5. After taking off from Kuala Lampur International Airport, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared.
Q 6. The Ice Bucket Challenge was started in order to promote awareness of ALS.
Q 7. When Steve Jobs passed away, he did so at his home in Palo Alto, California.
- True – and he was 55 years old
- False – he passed away in Seattle, Washington
Q 8. There is scientific evidence showing that this toy can be used as an effective treatment for ADHD.
- True – but its patent status on the market is unclear
- False – there has only been scientific evidence showing that this toy is an effective treatment for autism
Q 9. The pictured mural was created by an artist who also produced a work of art that partially shredded itself after it was sold at auction.
- True – and it was sold for 1.04 million pounds
- False – the work of art partially shredded itself before it was sold
- True – and the artist posted a caption on Instagram that read ‘Here today, gone tomorrow’
- False – the artist that created the pictured mural did not create a work of art that partially shredded itself
Q 10. ‘Lala Land’ won Best Picture at the Academy Awards.
- True – and it was also the center of a German television prank
- False – but it did receive 12 nominations at the 70th British Academy Film Awards
- True – and Emma Stone won the Academy Award for Best Actress
- False – but Damien Chazelle did win the Academy Award for Best Director
Q 11. At the Rio Olympics, this athlete won three gold medals.
- True – and he has been nicknamed ‘Lightning Flash’
- False – he won four gold medals at the Rio Olympics
- True – and he is 1.95 m tall (6 ft 5 in)
- False – he won two gold medals at the Rio Olympics
Q 12. Pictured here is the first image of a black hole.
- True – and the black hole is in the elliptical galaxy Messier 78
- False – the image is of a solar eclipse in 2019
- True – and it was released by the Event Horizon Telescope
- False – the image is of a solar eclipse in 2017
Q 13. Martin Scorsese directed a film that earned this actor his first Oscar.
- True – and the Oscar was awarded to this actor at the 88th Academy Awards
- False – Alejandro González Iñárritu directed a film that earned this actor his first Oscar
- True – and the actor had been nominated four times before
- False – Quentin Tarantino directed a film that earned this actor his first Oscar
Q 14. Eight seconds was the maximum amount of time Vine videos could be.
- True – and the app was the most downloaded free app on the iOS App Store
- False – videos could be up to 10 seconds long
- True – and the app was acquired by Twitter for a reported 30 million dollars
- False – but videos could loop continuously through the app’s successor, Byte
Q 15. The mother of this young woman is an opera singer.
- True – and the young woman’s grandfather was the voice of a cartoon character
- False – but the young woman’s mother did sing at the Eurovision Song Contest
- True – and the young woman’s father helped co-write a book that has since been translated into Chinese
- False – the young woman’s older sister is an opera singer
Q 16. Shown in the photo is the man to win the most Grand Slam singles.
- True – and he was also ranked number one in his sport for 300 consecutive weeks
- False – but he is one of eight men to have achieved a Career Grand Slam
- True – and he was a ball boy at the Swiss Indoors for two consecutive years
- False – but his winning percentage is the third-best in the Open Era
Q 17. Nintendo colleagues Satoru Iwata and Tsunekazu Ishihara envisioned this game’s concept as an April Fools’ Day collaboration.
- True – and the game’s soundtrack was written by Junichi Masuda
- False – but the game’s initial beta test was carried out exclusively in Japan True – and the game uses a freemium business model
- False – and just months before the game’s announcement, both of the men passed away True – and the game has had over a billion global downloads
- False – the game was envisioned as a Christmas collaboration
Q 18. Take a look at the country pictured below. Twelve boys and their assistant coach were rescued in the month of June after spending 18 days in a cave located there.
- True – and the rescue effort involved more than 10,000 people
- False – the boys and their coach were rescued after spending 16 days in a cave True – and the boys and their coach only had minor scrapes and cuts
- False – they were rescued in a neighboring country in the month of August True – and the boys were aged eleven to sixteen
- False – and a rescue diver passed away months later from a blood infection
Q 19. The person in the picture is the recipient of a Nobel Prize.
- True – and he was in a motorcycle accident
- False – but this person has won the Pulitzer Prize
- True – and he has been indicted twice into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
- False – but this person has directed several films using a pseudonym with four syllables
- True – and he has also published several books of drawings and paintings
- False – but he has sold more than 100 million records
Q 20. Look closely! See how many words you can find that would make this statement true: _______ is a breed of dog!