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    Trivia questions to improve English usage (ESL)
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  • What group recorded all but a few of its songs at London's Abbey Road studio?
    The Beatles
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  • What color are the stars on the national flag of the United States?
    White
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  • What cylindrical food container was so prized by its inventor that he requested his ashes be interred in one?
    Pringles can
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  • How many U.S. states end with the letter "o"?
    Four (Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, and Ohio
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  • What is the name of the winged horse of Greek mythology? Pegasus, Unicorn, or Hydra?
    Pegasus
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  • If all your blood vessels were connected end to end, how many miles would they run? Six hundred, six thousand, or sixty thousand?
    60,000 (That's more than twice around the Earth)
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  • A unicorn appears on the Starbucks Coffee logo, true or false?
    False, the logo features a mermaid
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  • What artificial sweetener based on sucralose was introduced in 1999?
    Splenda
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  • What is the only planet in the solar system that is named after a female figure?
    Venus
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  • What physical fitness practice is named for the Sanskrit word for "union"?
    Yoga
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  • What month is the Earth closest to the sun? January, June, or September?
    September
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  • What aerobic activity is used for "spinning" classes?
    Bycicle riding
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  • What symbol of peace surrounds the globe on the UN flag? A dove, olive branch or praying hands?
    Olive branch
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  • What city is not in Egypt? Cairo, Dakar, or Rosetta?
    Dakar (it is in Senegal)
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  • What two colors are the cat's hat in The Cat in the Hat?
    Red and white
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  • How many colors are on a Rubik's Cube?
    Six
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  • What taste are cats unable to detect? Sweet, sour or spicy?
    Sweet
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  • Which city does not have an official Disneyland? Hong Kong, Moscow, or Tokyo?
    Moscow
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  • What is a perfect score in bowling?
    300
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  • Which fish became popular at fish stores because of Finding Nemo? Clown fish, angel fish or butterflyfish?
    Clown fish
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  • What is the most popular animal eaten before it's born and after it's dead?
    Chicken
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  • The Statue of Liberty in New York was a gift given by which country?
    France
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  • What mammal has the longest pregnancy?
    The elephant (it lasts about 22 months)
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  • In which museum does the Mona Lisa hang? The Uffizi, the Louvre or the Musee d'Orsay?
    The Louvre
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  • What flavors make up Neopolitan ice cream?
    Vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry
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  • What was the first mass-produced game to use people as playing pieces?
    Twister
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  • What number is a thousand thousands?
    A million
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  • What digit does every Mastercard number start with? 4, 5 or 7?
    Five (every Visa number starts with a four)
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  • Where does SpongeBob SquarePants work?
    The Krusty Krab
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  • Who use the uneven bars in competitive gymnastics? Men, women or both?
    Women
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  • Katniss Everdeen is the protagonist in which book trilogy?
    Hunger Games
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  • Humans have more teeth than horses do. True or false?
    False (horses have between 36 and 44 teeth, while humans have up to 32)
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  • Which pop singer refers to her fans as "little monsters"?
    Lady Gaga
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  • What is the basic flavoring of Kahlua?
    Coffee
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  • What do you do every time you sneeze? Clean your ears, close your eyes, or wink?
    Close your eyes
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  • How many checkers does each player start a game with? 10, 12, or 16?
    12
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  • What Pixar release was the first feature film to be entirely computer-animated?
    Toy Story
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  • What color is always at the top of a single rainbow?
    Red
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  • What creature is usually the highlight of a Chinese New Year's parade? A panda, dragon, or snake?
    Dragon
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  • How many muscles are there in an elephant's trunk? 400, 4000, or 40 000?
    40 000
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  • Which is not a color of one of the Olympic rings? Black, silver, or yellow?
    Silver (the five colors are blue, yellow, black, green, and red)
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  • Which Hollywood film studio's logo is a mountain surrounded by 22 stars?
    Paramount
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  • What is the name of Super Mario's brother?
    Luigi
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  • How long does it take a human blood cell to make a complete circuit of the human body? One, five, or ten minutes?
    One minute
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  • In Marvel comics, who has an assistant named Pepper Potts?
    Iron Man (aka Tony Stark)
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  • How many times does the average heart beat each day? 10 000, 100 000, or 1 000 000?
    100 000
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  • What six colors come in a standard bag of milk chocolate M&M's?
    Blue, brown, green, orange, red, and yellow
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  • In which city did the first Starbucks open? Chicago, New York, or Seattle?
    Seattle
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  • What video-sharing website was purchased by Google in 2006 for $1.65 billion?
    YouTube
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  • What US city are you headed to if your luggage tags read "LAX"?
    Los Angeles
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  • How much money does the president of the US make in a year? $250 000, $400 000, or $1 million?
    $400 000
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  • Who is not one of the children in The Chronicles of Narnia? Lucy, Charles or Susan?
    Charles (Peter and Edmund are the two male characters)
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  • What pop star's dedicated fans broke a Twitter world record in 2012 for the most social media mentions in a 24-hour period?
    Justin Bieber (more than 290 000 tweets throughout the day)
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  • Who wielded a sword named Excalibur?
    King Arthur
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  • What is a second full moon in a month called? Harvest moon, blood moon, or blue moon?
    Blue moon
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  • Which contains more vitamin C? Bell peppers or oranges?
    Bell peppers
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  • What is the only fruit to have its seeds on the outside?
    Strawberry
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  • What is the only US state name that ends with three vowels?
    Hawaii
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  • What color is a giraffe's tongue? Blue, orange or pink
    Blue
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