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'True or False' Quiz Questions I

  1. Milhouse van Houten is Bart Simpson's best friend?
  2. The UK and Ireland would fit into the Amazon rainforest 7 times?
  3. German is the third most spoken western language in the world after English and Spanish?
  4. New Hampshire is known as the Garden State?
  5. China did not win an olympic medal at the Summer Games until 1984?
  6. The cartoon character Top Cat wears a tie?
  7. The term 'sol' is used by astronomers to refer to the duration of a solar day on Venus?
  8. The loofah scrubbing sponge is originally a fruit?
  9. Winston Churchill once received a letter containing the first ever use of the term 'OMG'?
  10. Actress Dame Helen Mirren has never been married?
  11. The Indian elephant is bigger than the African elephant?
  12. India has a population of over 1.2 billion people?
  13. Actress Joan Collins has beem married 6 times?
  14. The national sport of Iceland is handball?


  1. True
  2. False (it's closer to 17)
  3. False (Portugese is third)
  4. False (New Jersey is the Garden State)
  5. True (and they won 100 medals at the 2008 Beijing games)
  6. False
  7. False ('sol' refers to a day on Mars)
  8. True
  9. True
  10. False (she married in 1997)
  11. False
  12. True
  13. False (5)
  14. True

'True or False' Quiz Questions II

  1. A giant panda typically lives for around 20 years in the wild?
  2. There have been 19 Carry On Films made?
  3. Rudyard Kipling won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1937?
  4. Our present Queen is the great-great-grand-daughter to Queen Victoria?
  5. There are known to be several alligators in the New York City sewer system?
  6. Bonnie Tyler represented the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2012 with Love Will Set You Free?
  7. St. Paul's Cathedral was the tallest building in London up to 1962?
  8. Four countries make up Great Britain?
  9. The soap Emmerdale Farm became Emmerdale in 1989?
  10. Most fish can swim backwards?
  11. Stephen Hawking first coined the phrase 'The Big Bang'?
  12. The Isle of Wight was called Vectis by the Romans?
  13. Mr Waterbury is the absentee father in the book The Railway Children?
  14. The bridge over the river Kwai is in Thailand?


  1. True

  2. False (31)
  3. False (he won the prize in 1907)
  4. True
  5. False
  6. False (it was Engelbert Humperdink)
  7. True
  8. False (it's three; Northern Ireland is not in GB but is in the UK)
  9. True
  10. False
  11. False (it was Fred Hoyle)
  12. True
  13. True
  14. True

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