Can You Name these Famous Paintings?
American Gothic - Grant Wood Cypresses - Van Gogh Seurat - La Grande Jatte The Battle of Alexander the Great - Altdorfer What's the name of this famous painting?
Find the Fake Famous Painting!
Find the fake "American Gothic" painting by Grant Wood. The fake is missing the wife's medallion Find the fake "Wheatfield with Crows" by Vincent van Gogh. It's missing a crow on the left side of the painting Find the fake "The Birth of Venus" by Sandro Botticelli.
The Fascinating History of Art!
He died at only age 50 and is best known for his work depicting the Midwest Grant Wood Jackson Pollock Edward Hopper Mary Cassatt This famous composer only composed one opera, called 'Fidelio' Beethoven Bach Mozart Schubert What was Claude Monet most famous for painting?
Can You Identify a Painting By Its Part?
It is American Gothic by Grant Wood American Gothic American Farmer The Old Farmer Farmer's Morning Which painting is this from?
This Brilliant 1950s Quiz Is Truly a Blast From the Past
Grace Kelley Marilyn Monroe Jayne Mansfield Natalie Wood What did Franklin National Bank launch in 1958? The first credit card The first cheque book The first payday loan The first student loan Which of these Alfred Hitchcock movies wasn't released in the 1950s?
What's the Next Line?
There stood a log cabin made of earth and wood." There lived a little boy named Johnny B. Goode." There was a little village made of wood and stone." There used to be a small neighborhood." What's the next line from 'Boy Named Sue', performed by Johnny Cash?
Test Your Inner Scientist!
Wood is organic and thus cannot be a mineral Wood Diamond Salt Gold What percentage of the cells in your body are actually bacteria? You are more bacteria than human!
Can You Identify These Scrambled Faces?
Martin Luther King Denzel Washington Muhammad Ali Michael Jordan Tiger Woods Don King Mike Tyson Orson Welles Wikimedia Can you identify this famous face? Winston Churchill Joseph Stalin President Roosevelt Lyndon Johnson G.K.
What Do You Know of the US Civil War?
Grant James A. Garfield Thomas Jefferson Who commanded the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia during the Civil War? Robert E. Lee Stonewall Jackson George Pickett Nathan B. Forrest How many states were part of the Confederacy? 11 8 15 21 Which State was the first to secede from the Union?
Can You Complete the Proverb?
Complete the proverb. than a rude grant. than a civil charge. than a rude confession. than a civil confession. Complete the proverb. than a dirty breakfast. than a dirty stomach. than a messy dinner. than a messy lunch.
Can We Test Your Basic Computer Knowledge??
Doug Engelbart invented the first computer mouse in 1964, which was made of wood.
Do You Really Know These Common Phrases In English?
Oil Candles Wood Blankets Every cloud has a ____ lining. Silver Gold Grey Positive ____ is the thief of time. Procrastination Laziness Age Sleep Don't count your chickens before they ____.
Can You Figure Out the Relations??
takes place in Verona, similar to the play "Cabaret” which takes place in Berlin "Cabaret" to Berlin "Fiddler on the Roof" to Broadway Woody Allen to New York "Hamlet" to London The relationship between mango and Anba is the same as that between: Anba is made from mango and similarly, paper is made of wood
How Good Are You in the Kitchen? Find Out Here...
Bamboo Plastic Wood What does blanching a vegetable mean? Rubbing salt on it Putting it in boiling water Cutting it into thin pieces You're baking a cake and you realize you don't have any eggs. What makes a good substitute? Vegetable oil Milk Sugar How many tablespoons are in a cup?
Every American Citizen Should Be Able to Pass This Test!
Grant Which president was the main author of the Declaration of Independence? George Washington Thomas Jefferson Andrew Jackson Ulysses S. Grant How many US presidents have been impeached so far? 1 2 4 8 Who was the first US president to ever be assassinated? Abraham Lincoln James A.
English Quiz: Complete the Proverb!
Granted, most of these sayings aren't uttered that much anymore, but they do represent an enormous amount of wisdom gained over the years and condensed into these shorter sayings. To see the full proverbs as well as learn more about their origins, look below.
Are You Prepared to Take On the Great Outdoors?
Don't Go Down to the Woods Oh dear, from your results it seems that your chances of surviving a deadly encounter look a little bleak. We'd recommend avoiding deeper parts of the woods entirely, unless you're going there with very experienced people or trained professionals.
This Storytelling Quiz Will Reveal a Lot About Yourself...
She got lost in the woods. Her heart has just been broken. She lost her wedding ring. Someone she loves has just passed away. How do you expect this man's life to turn out? He will end up in jail. His existence will be miserable and lonely. He will reach success in the end.
Can You Guess What These Fancy English Words Mean?
a wooded valley a farm a straw bag What does this fancy word mean? discontent enlightenment vegetables What does this fancy word mean? uncultivated land a steep cliff a narrow boat What does this fancy word mean? traitorous famous regal What does this fancy word mean?
Can You Complete the English Proverb?
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Granted, most of these sayings aren't uttered that much anymore, but they do represent an enormous amount of wisdom gained over the years and condensed into these shorter sayings. To see the full proverbs, look at the quiz answers.
Can You Complete All Proverbs Correctly?
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True or False: Can You Guess Which Pop Facts Are True?
Up until the 19th century, scabbards were made of wood or leather, and so did not produce the trademark sound True False In the famous musical number from “Modern Times”, Charlie Chaplin really did lose the words for the song and improvised the gibberish on the spot False!
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