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Quiz Number #083

True or false There is a road bridge in France that is higher than the Eiffel Tower. TRUE Angora is a breed of cat, rabbit and goat. TRUE Italy’s largest airport is called Leonardo da Vinci. TRUE Before she died, Amy Winehouse only had 2 top 10 hit singles. TRUE The 1st steam-powered tractor was […]

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Quiz Number #082

True or false Margaret Thatcher’s maiden name was Birtch.FALSE The A in DNA stands for Acid. TRUE Until a cucumber reaches 5″ in size, it is called a gherkin. FALSE This is the correct spelling of Badminton. TRUE In Madagascar, Caterpillars can grow up to 3 metres in length. FALSE #Blockbusters # Toy Story Lambeth […]

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Quiz Number #081

True or false Gustave Eiffel built the frame of the Statue of Liberty in New York.TRUE The Prime Minister of Russia has a video out called “Lets Learn Judo With Vladimir Putin. TRUE Bob The Builder had the 1st Christmas number 1 of the millenium. TRUE The word Eskimo means “he who eats the yellow […]

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Quiz Number #080

True or false The Boeing 747-8 is the world’s fastest passenger jet plane. FALSE The Automobile Association (The AA) was founded in 1905. TRUE The W in BMW stands for the German word for “Walker”. FALSE A Scottish athlete won the gold medal in the men’s 100m at the Olympics in the 80’s. TRUE London […]

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Quiz Number #079

True or false A Golden wedding anniversary is celebrated on 50 years of marraige.TRUE A nautical mile is longer than a land mile. TRUE Winston Churchill was Prime Minister at the time of the Queen’s coronation. TRUE ** The M74 is now the longest motorway in the UK. FALSE Campbeltown Airport has the longest runway […]

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Quiz Number #078

True or false The letters HP on HP Sauce stands for Houses Of Parliament.TRUE The Canary Islands are named after a type of dog. TRUE The Hollywood sign used to read HOLLYWOODLAND. The last 4 letters were removed in 1949. TRUE Robert Burns’ middle name was Scot. FALSE Mel Gibson provided the voice of Woody […]

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Quiz Number #077

True or false Sepp Blatter is the only player to score a penalty for Switzerland in a World Cup.FALSE J. K. Rowling has 9 children. FALSE Adidas was founded by a German soldier called Adolf Dassler, who returned from the war and made shoes in his mother’s kitchen. TRUE This is the correct spelling of […]

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Quiz Number #076

True false Gibraltar reached the quarter finals of the UEFA Cup in 1982? FALSE Juan Carlos I is resigning as King Of Spain. FALSE Astronauts are up to 2 inches taller while they’re in space. TRUE Dick Turpin was a real highwayman, not just a fictional character. TRUE There is no letter J in the […]

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Quiz Number #075

True false The Titanic was not Christened. TRUE The Greek chancellor Theodoros Pangalos, used to sell timeshare. FALSE The Poppy is the national flower of Spain. FALSE The initials A.B.V. on bottle of Smirnoff stand for “Alcoholic Beverage Vodka”. FALSE TV: Sharon Osbourne never “mentored” a winning act in the X-Factor. TRUE Ad Taglines Life’s […]

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Quiz Number #074

True false Margaret Thatcher was the first woman to be appointed as a cabinet minister in Britain. FALSE A spider has 8 eyes. TRUE The Great Fire Of London took over three years to extinguish. FALSE The SE in FTSE 100 stands for Stock Exchange. TRUE Tom Hanks has never been in a sequel film. […]

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