Do You Remember These Cinema Classics?
Japan India Indonesia Korea "The story of Anne Sullivan's struggle to teach the blind and deaf Helen Keller how to communicate." is the summary of which movie? The Miracle Worker was starred by Anne Bancroft, with Patty Duke playing Helen Keller.
Think You're a History Buff? Take This Quiz and Find Out!
Over the Central Pacific Ocean Over the Mediterranean Sea Over the Arctic Ocean Over the Persian Gulf Where did Anne Frank and her family attempt to hide from the Gestapo? Amsterdam Rotterdam Budapest Warsaw During which war was Florence Nightingale nicknamed 'The Lady with the Lamp'?
Are These Sentences Correct?
The teacher asked Anne and myself to do a peer review of each other's writing. This sentence is correct. "Each other's" should be replaced with "one another's." Pronoun "myself" should be replaced with "me." Which of the following is correct?
Are You a World War Two History Buff?
Jehovah’s Witnesses Scientologists Mormons Muslims Where did Anne Frank and her family move from Germany to, in order to flee the Nazis? Anne Frank’s family were from Frankfurt in Germany, but left for Amsterdam in the 1930s when Hitler acquired his power.
Do You Know These Famous Romances?
Rhett Butler Jim Stark Terry Mallory John Robie Henry VIII is famous for making a new religion to divorce his wife and marry Anne Boleyn. Who was he married to prior?
World History Challenge!
Queen Elizabeth II, the current queen, is still related to Anne through her sister Mary. Anne Boleyn Mary Boleyn Jane Seymour Catherine Howard Which movie star married the Prince of Monaco on April 18th, 1956?
How Good Is Your WWII Knowledge?
Nothing Trivial About This Trivia Challenge!
Ginger Rogers Eleanor Powell Ann Miller Vera Ellen Who sang about being an eggman and a walrus? They sing it in the song called "The Walrus". The Beatles The Rolling Stones Aerosmith Frank Sinatra Dendrophobia is the fear of...
Figure Out the Famous Person
Anne Frank=_nn_ _r___ Who Am I? Helen Keller=__le_ K_l___ Who Am I? Ulysses S. Grant=Ul__s__ __ G___t Who Am I? Salvador Dali=__lv____ __li Try Again? You didn't utterly fail this one and you knew a few, but you didn't do great identifying these famous people from history.
Which Famous Book Character Are You?
Share Result Anne Shirley (Anne of Green Gables) norika21/flickr You're a happy, go-lucky person. You love nature, and it makes you happy. You love being surrounded by green things. You love animals, mystery, and adventure.
WDYK About the Show 'Friends'?
Emma Anne Lucy Emily What is the name of the coffee shop the friends gather? Central Perk Parking Center Coffee Perks Park Perks Not a Fan You may have watched the show a long time ago, or maybe not at all. In any case, you're not much of a fan, and so you don't remember much about it.
Whose Famous Last Words?
Mary Antoinette Joan of Arc Anne Boleyn King Louis XIV Whose last words are these? Nostradamus Louis Armstrong Alexander the Great Beethoven Whose last words are these? Bob Marley Napoleon Mozart Aristotle Whose last (public) words are these? Said as he finished his performance the night he died.
World Geography Challenge
The Mariana Trench The Marinara Trench The Marianna Trench The Mary-Ann Trench This is the second largest salt-water lake in the United States after the Great Salt Lake in Utah. Lake Pontchartrain Lake Michigan Lake Superior Lake Oahe This is the only major city located on two continents.
How Much Do You Remember About the 1960s?
Princess Diana Prince Charles Princess Anne Prince William Which of these bestselling books wasn't published in the 1960s? The Handmaid's Tale To Kill a Mockingbird The Godfather Catch-22 Which war was in full swing during the 1960s?
If You Think You Can Remember the 50s, Give This Quiz a Go
George Orwell Ernest Hemingway Orson Wells Thomas Pynchon Which actress won an Oscar in 1954 for her portrayal of Princess Ann in the movie Roman Holiday? Audrey Hepburn Grace Kelly Donna Reed Marilyn Monroe Disneyland opened in what year?
Did They REALLY Say That?
The quote is actually by Anne Frank True Quote False Quote Is this quote true or false? This sounds more like Thomas A. Edison than Rosa Parks. True Quote False Quote Is this quote true or false? This famous quote was indeed uttered by Honest Abe himself.
Famous Couples in History
Victoria and Albert Elizabeth and Philip Catherine and Peter Anne and Henry This lavish couple ruled over France with almost unlimited power. They were ultimately beheaded due to revolution. Who was this couple?
Can We Challenge Your World History?
Marie Antoinette Marie Leszczyńska Anne Boleyn Catharine the Great Which Soviet satellite was the first to be launched into space in 1957? Sputnik 1 Cosmos 3 Comrade 1 Lenin 1 When was The Gulf War? 1990-1991 1992-1993 1988-1990 1985-1988 What German state preceded Nazi Germany?
Can We Sit You Down For a Round of Trivia?
Bram Stoker Mary Shelley Anne Rice H.P. Lovecraft Which country was the first to give women the right to vote, in 1893? New Zealand Australia France Scotland Charles Dickens wrote A Tale of Two Cities in 1859. What two cities is the novel about?
Who Said This Famous Quote?
Mahatma Gandhi Anne Frank Kirk Douglas Michael Jackson "It’s not how much you have that makes people look up to you, it’s who you are." John F. Kennedy Ray Charles Elvis Presely William Blake "A man who stands for nothing will fall for anything." Malcolm X Martin Luther Jr.
How Much Do You Know About Country Music?
Hank Williams Rosanne Cash Lee Ann Womack Where do these lyrics come from? "The taste of love is sweet, when hearts like ours meet." Johnny Cash - Ring of Fire Gram Parsons - Return of the Grievous Angel Bobbie Gentry - Ode to Billie Joe When did Alabama release their first album, Wild Country?
How Much Do You Know About Pirates?
The golden age of piracy is mostly known as 1650 – 1730 17th century 18th century 5th century 12th century True or False: All pirates were men Famous female pirates include Mary Read, Anne Bonny, Grace O’Malley, Gráinne Mhaol and Ching Shih.