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Monday, October 13, 2014

TRIVIA BY CYNTHIA ABEGAIL

Thanks to all the readers who participate . The Trivia is a great success


1. Who wrote the poem, "The Wild Swans at Coolee?"
He is an Irish poet with a fascination for early myths
and legends of the Irish people.
2. The world's most famous symbol for conservation is
native to China. What is its name?
3. Is St. Therese of the Child Jesus Austrian, French,
Spanish or Italian?
4. Who discovered penicillin? Penicillin is an
antibiotic that changed the world.
5. What is the capital of Costa Rica?
6. Which type of penguin is also a title for a ruler?
7. Is pheasant a flower, tree, reptile, bird or fish?
8. Is the word vamoose an adjective, noun, verb or
adverb?
9. In what continent can you find Gibson Desert?
10. Which can congeal: argon, copper, water, chlorine,
blood, neon or alcohol?


Answers:


1. W. B. Yeats
2. Giant Panda
3. French
4. Alexander Fleming
5. San Jose
6. Emperor
7. bird
8. verb
9. Australia
10. blood

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