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Model T for Trivia

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
A assortment of questions which I hope, you will find interesting.

Question 1:


What does the Arabic term, "Maghrib" represent?
Place of peace
Prison
Sunset prayers
City of the believers

Question 2:


Widely known as "Crazy Bet," she was a famous Union spy in the American Civil War.
Elizabeth Van Lew
Elizabeth Garrison
Elizabeth Jenkins
Betty Carson

Question 3:


The Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act, which established the United States Civil Service Commission, was drafted during the office of which President?
Chester A. Arthur
Abraham Lincoln
Williaam Howard Taft
Theodore Roosevelt

Question 4:


The melody of which 1951 pop song was written by a politician who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize?
All in the Game
I Can't Help Falling in Love With You
Lets Fall in Love
Rock Around the Clock

Question 5:


The famous Japanese cherry trees were planted in Washington, D.C., around the Tidal Basin at the request of which US First Lady?
Anna Eleanor Roosevelt
Helen Taft
Lou Henry Hoover
Betty Ford

Question 6:


What does the Latin proverb, "Dum spiro, spero", mean in English?
Do to others the same as you do to yourself.
I know that I don't know anything.
Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.
While I breath, I hope

Question 7:


You are given a bag with 10 marbles, four red marbles and six blue marbles. You select one at random. What is the probability that the marble you select is either blue or green?
4 out of ten
2 out of ten
0
6 out of ten

Question 8:


This French mathematician, physicist, and religious philosopher, author of the "Lettres provinciales", stated the following: "There are truths on this side of the Pyranees, which are falsehoods on the other".
Rene Descartes
Blaise Pascal
Democritus
Francis Mayron

Question 9:


This Irish playwright, novelist and poet wrote the following line in his famous play "Waiting for Godot": "We are all born mad. Some remain so".
Thomas Hardy
Bernard Shaw
Marcel Proust
Samuel Beckett

Question 10:


The standing long jump and the standing high jump were once Olympic sports.
False
True

 


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