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Q 1. Washington, D.C. is the capital of the United States of America.

Option:-

  • True
  • False
True

Q 2. The sun revolves around the Earth.

Option:-

  • True
  • False
False

Q 3. Chocolate is bad for dogs.

Option:-

  • True
  • False
True

Q 4. Peanut butter was invented by George Washington Carver.

Option:-

  • True
  • False
False

Q 5. Japan has left-hand traffic.

Option:-

  • True
  • False
True

Q 6. If you have a flu, antibiotics will get rid of it.

Option:-

  • True
  • False
False

Q 7. Bananas are berries.

Option:-

  • True
  • False
True

Q 8. Albert Einstein failed at math classes.

Option:-

  • False – but he failed at German classes
  • True – he even stayed down a year
  • False – but he failed his first university entrance exam
  • True – he was generally not a very good student
False – but he failed his first university entrance exam

Q Alt 8. Albert Einstein failed at math classes.

Option:-

  • False – but he failed at German classes
  • True – he even stayed down a year
  • False – but he failed his first university entrance exam
  • True – he was generally not a very good student
False – but he failed his first university entrance exam

Q Alt 8-2. Albert Einstein failed at math classes.

Option:-

  • False – but he failed at German classes
  • True – he even stayed down a year
  • False – but he did not speak until he was 6 years old
  • True – he was generally not a very good student
False – but he did not speak until he was 6 years old

Q Alt 8-3. Albert Einstein failed at math classes.

Option:-

  • False – but he failed at German classes
  • True – he even stayed down a year
  • False – but he failed his literature course at university
  • True – he was generally not a very good student
False – but he failed his literature course at university

Q 9. A blue whale’s blood vessels are wide enough for a human to swim through.

Option:-

  • True – Sometimes whole swallowed sharks end up in the blood stream
  • False – But you could squeeze through the blowhole
  • True – And their heart is the size of a car
  • False – They’re no wider than the average human’s
True – and their heart is the size of a car

Option:-

  • False – His real name is Alistair Cookie
  • False – Cookie Monster is his actual name
  • True – And his family name is Weisenheimer
  • True – And he had a purple antecedent named Arnold
True – and he had a purple antecedent named Arnold

Q 11. In the United States, 7000 people pass away each year because of their doctor’s sloppy handwriting.

Option:-

  • False – pharmacists always confirm prescriptions
  • True – The pen lobby blocks the introduction of electronic prescriptions
  • True – and another 1.5 million are injured
  • False – the real number is about 250
True – and another 1.5 million are injured

Q 12. Queen Elizabeth II and Marilyn Monroe were born the same year.

Option:-

  • True – They were even born on the same day
  • False – Marilyn was born years before the queen
  • False – The queen was born years before Marilyn
  • True – They were both born in 1926
True – they were both born in 1926

Q Alt 12. Queen Elizabeth II and Marilyn Monroe were born the same year.

Option:-

  • True – and Marilyn was born in the same month as the queen’s subsequent coronation
  • True – They even share the same astrological sign
  • False – Marilyn was born years before the queen
  • False – The queen was born years before Marilyn
True – They even share the same astrological sign

Q 13. In Old English, “the” was spelled and pronounced “ye”.

Option:-

  • True – And “these” was spelled “yese”
  • False
  • True
  • False – The spelling is an invention of American carnies
False

Q 14. Thomas Edison invented the light bulb.

Option:-

  • False – He just developed the first practical one
  • False – He invented the gas light
  • True – He just couldn’t make it mass producible
  • True – He also invented X-ray photography
False – he just developed the first practical one

Q 15. Sherlock Holmes was a real person.

Option:-

  • False – But his brother Mycroft was based on a politician by the same name
  • True – But Dr Watson was the alter ego of author Arthur Conan Doyle
  • True – But his address, 221B Baker Street, was made up to keep fans away
  • False – But the character was inspired by Joseph Bell, a surgeon with similar skills
False – but the character was inspired by Joseph Bell, a surgeon with similar skills

Q 16. The officers in Rembrandt’s painting, “The Night Watch”, are bathed in sunlight.

Option:-

  • True – The title is incorrect and was added later
  • True – The correct title is “The Sun Smiles at Frans Cocq and His Company”
  • False – It’s moonlight, but chemical processes have tinted the highlights yellow
  • False – The scene is supposed to be illuminated by fire
True – the title is incorrect and was added later

Q 17. Mount Everest is the highest mountain on earth above sea level.

Option:-

  • False – Mauna Kea is
  • True – It’s also the highest mountain above the centre of the earth
  • False – Chimborazo is
  • True – It beats K2 by almost 240 metres
True – it beats K2 by almost 240 metres

Q Alt 17. Gangkhar Puensum is the most widely claimed highest unclimbed mountain in the world, in terms of elevation.

Option:-

  • False – Mauna Kea is
  • True – and it is located in Bhutan
  • False – Kunyang Chhish West is
  • True – It beats Muchu Chhish by almost 200 metres
True – and it is located in Bhutan

Q 18. Unscramble the sentence below – is it true or false?

Option:-

  • True – HITWE WOSC EMAK ALLIVAN KLIM
  • False – CLABK SCOW OD
  • False
  • True
False

Q 19. How many words can you find that make this a TRUE factual statement: Cats are _______?

Option:-

  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
6

Q 20. Unscramble the sentence below and then choose the answer with the correct truth value.

Option:-

  • Completely false
  • 2/3 true
  • Completely true
  • 2/3 false
2/3 true

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