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Autumn Trivia Quiz
The weather's getting a little cooler and autumn is on the way. Have fun with this 'autumn' quiz.
What word was commonly used before the 16th century to refer to the autumn season?
What English Romantic poet wrote the poem "To Autumn", which describes the season as a time of 'mellow fruitfulness' but also evokes a sense of melancholy?
In the Northern Hemisphere, autumn begins in September. When does it begin in the Southern Hemisphere?
What term refers to the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox?
In what 'autumn' movie can you see Richard Gere and Winona Ryder walking through a beautiful fall foliage?
Autumn In New York
What English novelist and poet, best known for her book "Wuthering Heights", wrote a poem containing the verses "Every leaf speaks bliss to me/ fluttering from the autumn tree"?
Which of these birds do NOT migrate in autumn?
What famous TV character spoke the words, "There is a time of year in New York when, even before the first leaf falls, you can feel the seasons click. The air is crisp, the summer is gone. And for the first night in a long time, you need a blanket on your bed."?
Marissa Cooper (The O.C.)
Rachel Green (Friends)
Carrie Bradshaw (Sex and the City)
Susan Mayer (Desperate Housewives)
Brightly colored foliage is the image most commonly associated with autumn. What region in the US is a popular "leaf peeping" tourist destination?
What is the name of the popular harvest festival celebrated in China close to the autumnal equinox?
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