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Q1. Washington, D.C. is the capital of the United States of America.

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Option:-

  • True
  • False

Q2. The sun revolves around the Earth.

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Option:-

  • False
  • True

Q3. Christopher Columbus proved that the Earth was round.

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Option:-

  • False
  • True

Q4. Chocolate is bad for dogs.

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Option:-

  • False
  • True

Q5. The image below shows a historically accurate depiction of a Viking.

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Option:-

  • False
  • True

Q6. Peanut butter was invented by George Washington Carver.

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Option:-

  • True
  • False

Q7. Japan has left-hand traffic.

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Option:-

  • False
  • True

Q8. If you have a flu, antibiotics will get rid of it.

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Option:-

  • True
  • False

Q9. Bananas are berries.

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Option:-

  • False
  • True

Q10. Diamonds aren’t rare and their worth has been artificially inflated.

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Option:-

  • False
  • True

Q11. Albert Einstein failed at math classes.

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Option:-

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

Q12. A blue whale’s blood vessels are wide enough for a human to swim through.

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Option:-

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

Q13. Cookie Monster’s real name is Sid.

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Option:-

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

Q14. Gravity is the strongest fundamental force.

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Option:-

  • True – the universe would still work if it were only half as strong
  • False – it’s actually the weakest one
  • False – radioactivity is the strongest force
  • True – that’s why black holes suck up everything around them

Q15. In the United States, 7000 people pass away each year because of their doctor’s sloppy handwriting.

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Option:-

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

Q16. At the age of five, Mozart composed the melody of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star”.

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Option:-

  • True – but the lyrics were created much, much later
  • False – the tune was around decades before Mozart was born
  • True – the melody is also used for “The Alphabet Song”
  • False – he composed it when he was 25

Q17. Queen Elizabeth II and Marilyn Monroe were born the same year.

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Option:-

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

Q18. In Old English, “the” was spelled and pronounced “ye”.

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Option:-

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

Q19. Sunglasses are an invention from 12th century China to help judges hide their facial expressions.

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Option:-

  • False
  • True

Q20. Thomas Edison invented the light bulb.

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Option:-

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

Q21. Sherlock Holmes was a real person.

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Option:-

  • 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 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

Q22. The officers in Rembrandt’s painting, “The Night Watch”, are bathed in sunlight.

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Option:-

  • 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
  • True – The title is incorrect and was added later
  • False – The scene is supposed to be illuminated by fire

Q23. If you were to witness someone falling into a black hole, you would see them slow down but never cross the event horizon.

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Option:-

  • True – but once they pass, time runs backwards for them
  • False – you could see them cross it, but gravity would “spaghettify” them
  • True – they would merely appear increasingly dim
  • False – they would actually accelerate and cross it almost instantly

Q24. Unscramble the words in the image below. Is the statement true or false?

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Option:-

  • True – pharipetetuc umg si welloda
  • True – on pictexones
  • False – tub blingow sebblub si
  • False – tub quelcorii is

Q25. Mount Everest is the highest mountain on Earth above sea level.

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Option:-

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

Q26. Unscramble the sentence below – is it true or false?

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Option:-

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

Q27. How many words can you find that make this a TRUE factual statement: Cats are _______?

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Option:-

  • 3
  • 7
  • 8
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6

Q28. Unscramble the sentence below and then choose the answer with the correct truth value.

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Option:-

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

Q29. How many words can you find that make this a TRUE statement? Shakespeare was a/an ________________________

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Option:-

  • 3
  • 10
  • 2
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 1

Q30. Unscramble the statement in the image below. Is it true or false?

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Option:-

  • True – Paragosyth doverp ti
  • False – het metheor ash bene presodvin
  • True – sola spilpea to girth recclis
  • False – nylo epsipla ot oscileses gantriles

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Happy
Happy
4 months ago

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Muhammad Zulqarnain
3 years ago

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Miss Espresso
Miss Espresso
3 years ago

got 90%correct. About Marilyn Monroe’s question, it should be “True – and Marilyn was born in the same month as the queen’s subsequent coronation”, this was the correct answer the site provided; not “True – They even share the same astrological sign”.

Vetri
Vetri
3 years ago

Only 95% only correct

Hi
Hi
3 years ago

Einstein didn’t speak until he was 4 not 6 but thx for answers

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Silexa
3 years ago

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Claudia
3 years ago

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4 years ago

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Hale Wang
4 years ago

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Red Star
Red Star
4 years ago

where are the answers? these are just the questions.

hi
hi
4 years ago
Reply to  Red Star

it says click here to see answers at the top (find it) then click on it the scroll to the bottom of the page slowly then it says answers 1-6 answers 7-11

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