The “True Or False” Quiz

Quiaagogo - Quiz - True or False

# 1: British chef and restaurateur Gordon Ramsay has a bachelor’s degree in psychology.

Quizagogo - true or false - Does he have a degree in Psychology?
No, he does not havea bachelor's degree in psychology. At age 19, Ramsay enrolled at North Oxfordshire Technical College to study hotel management. In the early 1980s, he worked as a commis chef at the Wroxton House Hotel then ran the kitchen and 60-seat dining room at the Wickham Arms.

# 2: Mark Twain published his first novel when he was 15 years old.

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False. Mark Twain published his first novel (The Gilded Age: A Tale of Today) in 1873 when he was 37 years old.

# 3: Albert Einstein was once offered the position of President of Israel.

Quizagogo - true or false - He was offered the position as President of Israel.
Chaim Weizmann was Israel's first president. Upon his death, Prime Minister  David Ben-Gurion  offered Albert Einstein the position as  President of Israel, a mostly ceremonial post.

# 4: Two years after dropping out of Harvard, Bill Gates was arrested for driving without a license.

Quizagogo - true or false - was Gates arrested after dropping out of school?

# 5: In Australia, a citizen may be fined for not voting in national elections.

Quizagogo - true or false - In Australia, you can be fined for not voting
Several countries have compulsory voting. In Australia,  compulsory voting was introduced for national elections in 1924 for citizens aged 18 and over, but not compulsory for indigenous Australians until 1984. The requirement is for the person to enroll, attend a polling station and have their name marked off the electoral roll as attending, receive a ballot paper and take it to an individual voting booth, mark it, fold the ballot paper and place it in the ballot box.  Postal voting and early, or pre-poll, voting are available.  Those who fail to vote and do not provide a valid and sufficient reason for such failure, may be fined.

# 6: Whitney Houston’s super-hit “I Will Always Love You” was originally written and recorded by Dolly Parton.

Quizagogo - true or false - Her No. 1 hit was written by Dolly Parton.

# 7: Thomas Jefferson served as the third president of the United States.

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Thomas Jefferson  was an American statesman, diplomat, lawyer, and architect who became the third president of the United States.

# 8: China is the 2nd largest country by area.

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China has the largest population in the world, with over 1.3 billion people. It is the 3rd or 4th largest country by area. The order depends on what you want to calculate as total territory and that is also dependent on the validity of certain claims to territory. Total official territories and territorial waters combined, the USA is slightly larger. If all of China's claims for territories are included, China is larger. If you just take mainland China and the lower 48 states, China is bigger. Add Alaska and Hawaii to that, they're really close in total land area.

# 9: Sweden had a colony in North America in the 17th century.

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Sweden established colonies in the Americas in the mid-17th century, including the colony of New Sweden (1638–1655) on the Delaware River in what is now Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland.

# 10: Eggplant (aubergine) is a vegetable.

Quizagogo - true or false - Is it a vegetable or not?
Eggplant (or aubergine) is a species of nightshade that is grown for its edible fruit. Botanically, the fruit is classified as a berry.



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