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Random Questions part 2

The title explains what this trivia quiz is all about.

If you haven’t taken part on the first one, here‘s the link to it.

Good luck and have fun!

  • Question of

    Out of the bones listed, which one is the only one that lies horizontally when standing up in a relaxed position?

    • Tibia
    • Ulna
    • Clavicle
    • Femur
  • Question of

    In which two months of the year does the Perseids Meteor Shower make its amazing appearance?

    • July and August
    • January and November
    • April and September
    • March and April
  • Question of

    I was already beginning to garner attention on America’s “Saturday Night Live” when my stand-up routine on Carson’s “The Tonight Show” in 1982 shifted my career into overdrive. Carson invited me over to his couch, a blessing reserved for only a few comedians following their routines on his show. Since that night I have become a huge box office success in American movies, and I have even received critical acclaim for my work in films like “48 Hours”, “Trading Places”, and “Dreamgirls”. Can you believe I also had a hit song in 1985 with “Party All the Time”? Who am I?

    • Eddie Murphy
    • Ellen Degeneres
    • Jim Carrey
    • Robin Williams
  • Question of

    Who among these Bible characters never experienced death?

    • Noah
    • Elijah
    • Daniel
    • Jesus
  • Question of

    In Greek, Mesopotamia means ‘land between the rivers’. Mesopotamia was the name of an area rather than a country, but has come to be applied to the many rich cultures that flourished in ancient Iraq.

    • True
    • False
  • Question of

    The word ‘abominate’ can also mean ________.

    • relish
    • abjugate
    • abhor
    • revel
  • Question of

    In which year was Pluto reclassified as a dwarf planet?

    • 2000
    • 2002
    • 2004
    • 2006
  • Question of

    What is the nationality of Isaac Newton?

    • American
    • English
    • Russian
  • Question of

    The value of zero was first used by the ancient Indian mathematician Aryabhata.

    • True
    • False


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