English Quiz: Complete the Proverb!
"Fortis Fortuna Adiuvat." was the original phrase in latin. "...the bold." "...the brave." "...the poor." "...the pure." "A drowning man..."
What Material Are You Made Of?
What kind of materials are YOU made of? Take this personality test to find out! Choose a landscape... When you think about your earlier life, how much do you reckon you've changed? Very little, I'm pretty much the same person. I'm a completely different person.
Can You Guess What These Words Used to Mean?
Meat Potato Porridge Breakfast What field of mathematics originated from the name of a medical technique used to set fractured bones? Algebra can be translated as ‘reunion’ or ‘restoration’ from Arabic, and it originally referred to a way of mending of bones.
Which "Fact" is a FAKE?
McDonald’s once made bubblegum-flavored broccoli The first oranges weren’t orange The first model car had 12 wheels Which Fact is FALSE? The longest English word is 189,819 letters long Armadillo shells are bulletproof By definition a snake’s body is a limb Which Fact is FALSE?
Are You Good At Phrases? Find Out In This Quiz
No one is sure when this phrases originated, but it appears to be American. At one time in the 19th century many saloon bars would offer a free lunch to any patrons purchasing a drink.
Phrases Are Everywhere, But How Many Do You Know?
This Is One of the Trickiest Math Tests!
1.15 1.1 1.5 3.2 How many triangles is this cat made of? The tail alone have 7 triangles, you must remember that a triangle cut at the tip always creates 2 triangles. 20 18 15 10 A test has two papers. Amy scores 33 out of 60 on paper 1 and 75 out of 100 on paper 2.
Here Are 10 Brainteasers That Drove Me Insane...
49 69 59 A man died and left all of his money to be divided amongst his widow, four daughters, and three sons. He insisted each daughter receive three times as much as each son, and each son should receive twice as much as their mother.
Ready For a Trivia Obstacle Course?
This test is made up of three parts: The first will challenge you with true/false questions, followed by the second part of regular multiple-choice questions. The third and final part will put you on a timer as well! Can you beat our trivia obstacle course? Prove it! Penne is a type of pasta.
What Do You Know About the Heart?
In short, the male heart is heavier and slower than the female heart. heavier, faster lighter, faster heavier, slower lighter slower These tubes carry blood BACK to the heart. Arteries Veins Valves Chambers What is the name of the wall that separates the right and the left sides of the heart?
Color Quiz: From Blue to Green
Blue with a hint of green looks like a lighter blue. Cyan, with an equal amount of blue and green, looks like an even lighter blue. What is the main reason why adding green seems to make blue lighter?
What Do You Know About JAPAN? Come Test Yourself!
Land of the long white cloud Land of the rising sun Land of the honorable Land of the free Which of these cars is NOT Japanese made? Kia is made is South Korea. Honda Toyota Kawasaki Kia Which of the following is considered the Japanese national sport? Sumo is the national sport of Japan.
Physics Quiz: Do You Know the Laws of Science?
Which law teaches that heavier objects require more force than lighter objects to be moved the same distance? Newton's first law of motion Newton's second law of motion Newton's third law of motion The quantum theory of light states that light energy is carried in which units?
How Much Do You Know About the US Constitution?
Answer: The dividing of governmental power between central and state institutions! The dividing of governmental power between central and state institutions. The domination of central government. The evisceration of central governmental power.
You Lose You're Out: General Trivia Edition!
The Nose The Forehead The Chin The Breasts The brain is divided into how many lobes? Four Two Three Five What is condensed water falling from the atmosphere called? Precipitation Petrichor Condensation Drizzle CONGRATULATIONS!
Our Special Obstacle Course Quiz!
This test is made up of three parts: The first will challenge you with true/false questions, followed by the second part of regular multiple-choice questions. The third and final part will put you on a timer as well! Can you beat our trivia obstacle course? Prove it!
Complete These Classic Proverbs
From the 16th century, probably Latin in origin: "Parva leves capiunt animos" ...please little minds. ...please little people. ...get the job done. ...create big things. Complete the English proverb.
Could You Still Pass a Driving Test Today?
When can you legally pass through a line dividing two lanes? Broken lines are used to tell drivers that they are permitted to pass other vehicles. If it's a broken white line. If it's a solid white line. If it's a double solid yellow line.
Can You Figure Out the Relations??
of, among other things, sand, just as steel is made of, among other things, iron Seeds to dirt Iron to steel Jeans to button Gelatin to cake The relationship between the city of Paris and singer Jim Morrison is the same as that between: Singer Jim Morrison is buried in Paris, just as Saudi Arabia has
How Much of a Foodie Are You?
Asparagus is the odd one out, as cabbage, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, and broccoli are all Cruciferous vegetables and they all originated from one plant, wild cabbage. Cauliflower Cabbage Brussels Sprouts Asparagus Which of these ingredients is found in dairy?
Can You Complete the Proverb?
Complete the proverb. ...heart grow fonder." ...head grow lighter." ...love grow colder." ...life move slower." Complete the proverb. ...strong as its weakest link." ...weak as its strongest link." ...vulnerable as its weakest spot." ...strong as its weakest spot."
Tell Us: What Detail Did We Change?
There was two more pens on the table There were papers on the table There were two more books in the pile The eyebrows were white in the original image What is different from the first image?
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?
Can We Test Your Basic Computer Knowledge??
1024 megabytes 1000 megabytes 100 megabytes 8 megabytes The chips used in computers are made of what? Silicon Plastics Silver and trace amounts of gold Gold What was the first search engine on the internet? Archie Ask James Yahoo Google What Happens When You Press Alt+f4?