Sunday, June 7, 2009

General Trivia Questions #3,793-3,798

Question 3,793: Entertainment & Food -- All You Need Is Love Songs

Which of the following is not one of the song excerpts heard in the Beatles' "All You Need Is Love"?

a) French national anthem
b) "Fuer Elise"
c) "Greensleeves"
d) "Two-Part Invention for Piano #8"

Question 3,794: History & Government -- Synchronous Scrawling

Which U.S. President could simultaneously write in Latin and Greek using both hands?

a) Chester Arthur
b) James Garfield
c) Martin Van Buren
d) Zachary Taylor

Question 3,795: Math & Science -- Mars Metal

What chemical element did the ancient Greeks and Romans associate with Mars?

a) Copper
b) Iron
c) Lead
d) Silver

Question 3,796: Geography & Nature -- Peach Pedigree

On which continent did peaches originate?

a) Africa
b) Asia
c) Europe
d) North America

Question 3,797: Literature & Arts -- Sun-dried Sustenance

After Robinson Crusoe shipwrecked, what was the main fruit in his diet?

a) Dried apples
b) Dried pineapples
c) Prunes
d) Raisins

Question 3,798: Sports & Games -- Chariot Race

Which event did Eric Liddell, of Chariots of Fire fame, skip at the 1924 Olympics for religious reasons?

a) 100 meters
b) 200 meters
c) 400 meters
d) 800 meters

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