Whose Famous Last Words?
Benjamin Franklin Thomas Edison Henry Ford Alexander Graham Bell Whose last words are these? Most historians believed it was a reference to the question of who shall inherit in Alexander the Great The Prophet Muhammad King David Genghis Khan Whose last words are these?
Take Our Name the Famous Landmarks Quiz!
Broadcasting radio signals Monitoring air traffic As a NASA satellite signal flickr.com/photos/drgbb What was the Liberty Bell used for? To summon people to meetings To mark the day's hours To remind people to attend church services Where would you find this famous landmark?
Do You Recognize These Famous Renaissance Masterpieces?
Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci La Belle Jardini?re by Raphael Piet? by Michelangelo What Renaissance masterpiece is this? The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo The Delivery of the Keys to Saint Peter by Pietro Perugino The Deposition by Raphael What Renaissance masterpiece is this?
What Makes You Special?
Graham-Bell Napoleon Bonaparte Select one of these animals. Parrot Fox Chameleon Dog Gorilla Raccoon Choose one of these quotes: "If you propose to speak, ask yourself: is it true? Is it necessary? Is it kind?" "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit."
What Kind of Dog Would You Be?
La Belle ?poque (1871-1914) in Europe. The Victorian Era Ancient Egypt The 1920s Ancient Rome or Greece What do you do on Saturday mornings? Working! Errands, seeing the doctor - as much as I can do! Sleeping in. Whatever everyone else is doing, I'm in! Getting a hair cut, or a new outfit.
The Idiom Quiz
True or False: If you bell the cat, you try to do something that is very easy. True False If someone is abandoned when they are in trouble, they are thrown to the ____. Wolves Lions Dogs Sharks A difficult problem is a ____ of fish.
Can You Name the Nursery Rhyme?
Ding Dong Bell Pat-a-Cake, Pat-a-Cake, Baker's Man Pussy Cat Pussy Cat Hickory, Dickory Dock These lines belong to the nursery rhyme... The Grand Old Duke of York Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep Humpty Dumpty Bye, Baby Bunting These lines belong to the nursery rhyme...
The Great CHRISTMAS Quiz!
Thomas Edison Samuel Morse Alexander Graham Bell Nikola Tesla How many reindeer were in the story "Twas the Night Before Christmas"? Rudolph wasn’t in the story. Eight Nine Seven Ten Well Done! You've now reached level 3! Ready? I'M READY!
Physics Trivia: What Do You Know?
Isaac Newton Alexander Graham Bell Thomas Edison Michael Faraday Sound of frequency below 20 Hz is called... Ultrasonic Infrasonic Supersonic Cooking in the mountains takes longer than on the plains, because...
How Well Do You Remember the Lingo of the 1950s?
"Give me a bell." Give me a kiss. Call me on the phone. Give me a lottery ticket. Give me a moment. "I've got gringles." I'm worried. I've got hives. I've got acne. I've got hiccups. "Watch out for the heat." Watch out for that bully. Watch out for the police. Watch out for cars.
Can You Beat This 18 Question Grab-For-All?
The voyage was made by Darwin, who used it for his book The Origin of Species Alexander Graham Bell Louis Pasteur Nicolaus Copernicus Charles Robert Darwin Where was Jesus born?
Do You Remember These Children's Tales?
Michelle Beauty Belle Augustine Which of these things did Jack of the Beanstalk steal from the giant? A Magic Harp A Magic lamp A bag of diamonds A magic sword What was the end of the tale of King Midas and his golden touch?
Prove Your Historical Prowess!
While Alexander Graham Bell won the first US patent for it, it may have been invented as early as 1849 by an Italian or in 1854 by a Frenchman. During the 1870s During the 1910s During the 1930s During the 1780s Which of these was NOT one of Hitler's high-ranking Nazis?
Name That Historical Person!
Alexander the Great Attila the Hun Julius Caesar Marcus Aurelius This man did not invent the car, but he was the first to make it affordable for regular families with his 'Model T' Henry Ford Alexander Graham Bell Nikola Tesla Thomas Edison This French warrior believed they were chosen by God to lead
Can You Identify These Great Novels From a Single Quote?
Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway It by Stephen King Can you guess where this quote is from? Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee Can you guess where this quote is from?
Can You Identify the Classic Book?
By Ernest Hemingway, 1926 The Sun Also Rises A Farewell to Arms A Moveable Feast For Whom the Bell Tolls After 19 years as a prisoner, Jean Valjean is freed by Javert, the officer in charge of the prison workforce.
What's Missing in Your Diet?
Also, don’t forget about the antioxidant and fiber-rich foods, like leafy greens, bell peppers, and berries, as these will protect your body from cell damage and ensure the food you eat doesn’t cause sugar spikes in your blood.