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Q 1. Oprah Winfrey’s rise to fame in Chicago was extra special since she was born in the “Windy City”.
- True, her talk show career also began here in her hometown.
- False, she rose to fame in Chicago, but her roots are planted elsewhere, especially in Tennessee.
Q Alt 1. The Oprah Winfrey Show has brought to light many social, cultural, and political issues, making Oprah a millionaire in the process! True or False?
- True, but it’s her book club that has made her the most money.
- False, she is actually a billionaire.
Q Alt 1-2. There were theories claiming that the world would end on 12 December 2012.
- True , the apocalyptic countdown began all the way back to the Mayans.
- False, the doomsday date was actually December, 21 2012.
Q Alt 1-3. In Japanese, sushi means ‘sour rice’.
- True, the vinegared rice is the basis of the dish.
- False, it is the name of the inventor.
Q 2. The Ice Bucket Challenge is carried out to promote awareness of ALS.
- True, ALS is also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
- False, the challenge was to bring awareness to Alzheimer’s.
Q Alt 2. The Beatles took an astoundingly short time to record their hit album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – 13 hours!
- True, it was also the beginning of McCartney’s ascension as a creative force in the band.
- False, it was their album Please Please Me that was recorded so quickly.
Q Alt 2-2. Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’ is the most watched video on YouTube.
- True, and it was an epic battle against Luis Fonsi’s ‘Despacito’.
- False, ‘Baby Shark Dance’ has the most views as of May 2022.
Q Alt 2-3. Lady Gaga wore a dress made out of raw beef to the MTV Video Music Awards.
- True, the dress went on to be enshrined in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
- False, it was actually made of a soybean extract.
Q Alt 2-4. The Galapagos Islands belong to Peru.
- True, the island group is administratively a province of Peru.
- False, the island group is administratively a province of Ecuador.
Q 3. Princess Diana’s and Prince Charles’ wedding was the first royal wedding held at St. Paul’s Cathedral ever.
- True, and Diana was also the first citizen to marry a royal heir to the throne since 1660.
- False, there had been royal wedding ceremonies at the cathedral many times before.
Q Alt 3. Diana, Princess of Wales, used to be a pre-school assistant. True or False?
- False, she was the daughter of a tea merchant.
- True, she was also initially a home-schooled child.
Q Alt 3-2. The skyline shown here is a capital city.
- False, the capital for this country is 285 km away.
- True, it has over 5 million inhabitants.
Q Alt 3-3. Roger Moore was the first actor to play James Bond.
Q 4. This comedy duo took home an Emmy Award in 2016 for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series.
- True, their series has also had a total of 18 Emmy nominations.
- True, and the duo has roots going all the way back to childhood.
- False, the show was regrettably snubbed once again that year.
- False, they lost once again that year to Saturday Night Live.
Q Alt 4. This actor won his first Oscar for a film directed by Martin Scorsese.
- False, he won his fist Oscar for a film that Quentin Tarantino directed.
- False, he won his first Oscar for a film directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu.
- True, and it was awarded to him at the 88th Academy Awards.
- True, and he had been nominated four times before.
Q Alt 4-2. 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, this is scientifically not proven.
- True, scientific examinations are the basis of this statement.
- False, there has only been scientific evidence showing that this toy is an effective treatment for autism.
Q 5. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared after taking off from Kuala Lampur International Airport.
- False, the flight took off from Penang International Airport.
- False, the actual flight name and number was Oceanic Flight 815.
- True, the initial search effort covered305,000 km2 over 10 days.
- True, the flight’s destination was Tokyo, Japan.
Q Alt 5. Steve Jobs passed away at his home in Palo Alto, California.
- False, he passed away in Seattle, Washington.
- False, he passed away in San Francisco, California.
- True, and he was 56 years old
- True, and he was 55 years old.
Q Alt 5-2. Sally Ride was the first American woman to travel to space on the shuttle Challenger in 1983.
- True, she was the first American woman in space, but the third in space overall.
- False, she was an astrophysicist who never went to space.
- False, she was a mathematician whose work helped astronauts get to space.
- True, but the shuttle was called Apollo 13.
Q 6. A force in the art world, Frida Kahlo was born in Coyoacán, a village on the outskirts of Mexico City.
- True, she was born in Mexico City but in a village called Bacalar.
- False, she was born in Portugal.
- True, her family home is now the Frida Kahlo Museum.
- False, she was born in Spain.
Q Alt 6. Venezuela has more storms per year than any other place on earth.
- True, there is a never-ending thunderstorm at the mouth of the Catatumbo river.
- True, the stormiest place is San Andrés, a small island off Colombia.
- False, the stormiest place is Lake Victoria, in Uganda.
- False, they have more storms than any other country.
Q 7. Ella Fitzgerald was the first African American to win a Grammy, making music history.
- True, she made history, but not with a Grammy but by singing in the White House.
- False, she was the second African American woman to win a Grammy.
- True, she made history in 1958 with the win.
- False, she never won a Grammy.
Q Alt 7. Tom Hanks is related to Abe Lincoln.
- False, the Academy Award winner is a descendent of John D. Rockefeller.
- True, Hanks is also related to notorious playwright Tennessee Williams.
- False, the mega star is not known to be related to any famous people in history.
- True, the actor is related through Lincoln’s mother.
Q Alt 7-2. Tom Hanks’ original name is Thomas Mapother IV.
- True, his father was also a film star.
- True, he is the 4th Tom in the family.
- False, he has his father’s surname.
- False, originally he had his mother’s Portuguese surname.
Q Alt 7-3. The modern version of this game was invented in Scotland.
- False, no one knows how this curious game started.
- True, the very first game was played in a Scottish schoolyard with tin can lids.
- True, the first match took place on a rainy day in Edinburgh.
- False, the pioneers of this modern game were from Canada and US.
Q 8. The artist that created this mural also created a work of art that partially shredded itself after it was sold at auction.
- False, the artist in question did not create a work of art that partially shredded itself.
- True, and the artist posted a caption on Instagram that read ‘Here today, gone tomorrow’.
- False, the work of art partially shredded itself before it was sold.
- True, and it was sold for 1.04 million pounds.
Q Alt 8. ‘Lala Land’ won the Academy Award for Best Picture.
- True, and it was also the center of a German television prank.
- True, and Emma Stone won the Academy Award for Best Actress.
- False, but it did receive 12 nominations at the 70th British Academy Film Awards.
- False, but Damien Chazelle did win the Academy Award for Best Director.
Q Alt 8-2. Madame Butterfly by Puccini is based on the love story from Alexandre Duma’s “The Lady with the Camellias”.
- True, it’s about the love between Dumas and Marie Duplessis.
- False, it follows the tragic tale of a young Japanese girl.
- True, it describes the love between Dumas and Nadezhda von Knorring.
- False, it’s the story of Puccini’s first love.
Q 9. Indira Gandhi was the fourth prime minister of India and held the position for 20 years.
- False, she was the fifth prime minister of India.
- True, but she stepped down due to public revolt.
- True, but she held the position for only 10 years.
- False, she held the position for only 8 years.
- True, and she was widely criticised by the media.
- False, she was the third prime minister of India.
Q Alt 9. Miss Marple was a real person.
- True, she was Agatha Christie’s childhood friend.
- False, her character was inspired by the first female detective.
- True, and her first appearance was in “A Caribbean Mystery”.
- False, and her success took the writer by surprise.
- True, in reality she lived in London.
- False, her character was inspired by Agatha Christie’s teacher.
Q 10. Mary Wollstonecraft championed the education and liberation of women with her book “A Vindication of the Rights of Woman”. Which statement below is FALSE about Mary?
- She passed away 10 days after her second daughter was born.
- She wrote a personal travel narrative.
- She earned her own livelihood.
- She worked as a translator.
- She helped women from the mental asylum.
- She is the mother of author Mary Shelley.
Q Alt 10. Domino’s pizza restaurant history began in 1960, in Michigan. Which statement below is TRUE?
- Tom Monaghan traded his half of the business to James for the Volkswagen Beetle.
- The name “Domino’s Pizza” was invented by a delivery driver.
- Tom and James Monaghan purchased it with $300.
- For 10 years they offered only one size of pizza.
- The original building was ideal for sit-down dining.
- In 1982, Domino’s opened its first international store in Canada.
Q 11. The artist that created this mural also created a work of art that partially shredded itself after it was sold at auction.
- True – and the artist posted a caption on Instagram that read ‘Here today, gone tomorrow’
- False – the work of art partially shredded itself before it was sold
- False – the artist that created the pictured mural did not create a work of art that partially shredded itself
- True – and it was sold for 1.04 million pounds
Q Alt 11. This athlete won three gold medals at the Rio Olympics.
- False – he won two gold medals at the Rio Olympics
- False – he won four gold medals at the Rio Olympics
- True – and he has been nicknamed ‘Lightning Flash’
- False – he won four gold medals at the Rio Olympics
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Q Alt 11-2. The man to win the most Grand Slam singles titles is pictured here.
- 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 12. This young woman is the daughter of an opera singer.
- False – her older sister is an opera singer
- True – and her grandfather was the voice of a cartoon character
- True – and her father helped co-write a book that has since been translated into Chinese
- False – but her mother did sing at the Eurovision Song Contest
Q Alt 12. False – he won two gold medals at the Rio Olympics
- True – and the black hole is in the elliptical galaxy Messier 78
- False – the image is of a solar eclipse in 2019
- False – the image is of a solar eclipse in 2017
- True – and it was released by the Event Horizon Telescope
Q Alt 12-3. This game’s concept was envisioned by Nintendo colleagues Satoru Iwata and Tsunekazu Ishihara as an April Fool’s Day collaboration.
- True – and the game’s soundtrack was written by Junichi Masuda
- False – it was envisioned by the man who created the logo of Gmail
- True – and it was subsequently published by Niantic
- False – and just months before the game’s announcement, one of the two men passed away