General Knowledge: 45 True or False Trivia Questions & Answers

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Our 45-Item True or False Questions do not focus on a specific subject. We choose the General Knowledge items that will challenge you and give you the excitement of some mind-blowing facts.

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In the animation film “Finding Nemo,” the main protagonist is a pufferfish. 

Answer: FALSE. He was a clownfish.

Is Mount Kilimanjaro the world’s tallest peak? 

Answer: FALSE. It is Everest.

Spaghetto is the singular form of the word spaghetti. 

Answer: TRUE. In general, Italian nouns that end in “o” are single in nature, whereas those that finish in “i” are plural. Spaghetti is made using a large amount of spaghetto.

Pinocchio was Walt Disney’s first animated feature film in full color. 

Answer: FALSE. The first one was Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Venezuela is home to the world’s highest waterfall. 

Answer: TRUE. Angel Falls is the highest waterfall in the world, with a height of 979 meters.

Coffee is a berry-based beverage. 

Answer: TRUE. When coffee berries were riped, they are harvested, processed, and dried before being roasted and ground into coffee.

The capital of Australia is Sydney. 

Answer: FALSE. It is Canberra.

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The longest river in the world is the Amazon River

Answer: FALSE. Amazon is the largest; the Nile is the longest.

Polar bears can only live in the Arctic region, not in the Antarctic. 

Answer: TRUE

The United Kingdom is almost the same size as France. 

Answer: FALSE. The UK is smaller than France.

Walt Disney has the record for most Academy Awards. 

Answer: TRUE. During his career, he won 26 Academy Awards (four of them were honorary) and was nominated 59 times.

By lying a frog on its back and softly caressing its tummy, it is possible to hypnotize it. 

Answer: TRUE

The moon is wider than Australia. 

Answer: FALSE. The moon has a diameter of 3400 kilometers, whereas Australia spans over 4000 kilometers east to west.

Daily, your nose and sinuses create almost one liter of mucus. 

Answer: TRUE

Seahorses have stomachs, which aid in the digestion of food. 

Answer: FALSE. Seahorses lack stomachs and instead have intestines.

The first Disney princess was Cinderella. 

Answer: FALSE. Snow White was the first princess after she debuted in December 1937.

Patients with COVID-19 may use ibuprofen, aspirin, or naproxen as anti-inflammatory medications. 

Answer: TRUE

In Scotland, the unicorn is their national animal. 

Answer: TRUE

Zeus is referred to as the king of the Greek gods and goddesses. 

Answer: TRUE

The Caribbean Island of Aruba is part of Portugal. 

Answer: FALSE. The island belongs to the Netherlands.

The goat is used to symbolize the zodiac sign, Capricorn. 

Answer: TRUE

Four countries share their land borders with Switzerland. 

Answer: FALSE. There are five (France, Italy, Germany, Austria, and Liechtenstein).

In a regular deck of cards, all kings have a mustache. 

Answer: FALSE. The King of Hearts has no mustache.

Borneo is divided into three nations. 

Answer: TRUE. Borneo is occupied by three countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei.

There is no English word that rhymes with orange. 

Answer: TRUE

The mosquito has a record for killing more people than any other species in written history. 

Answer: TRUE

Bananas are curved due to their upward growth toward the light. 

Answer: TRUE. Negative geotropism refers to the mechanism through which the fruit develops upward to penetrate the canopy.

When the two numbers on opposite sides of the dice are added together, the result is always 7. 

Answer: TRUE

When going out of the cave, the bats always turn in the right direction. 

Answer: FALSE. They always turn left.

Mamenchisaurus hochuanensis is a dinosaur that has the longest neck and lived in what is now China. 

Answer: TRUE

Among the letters of the alphabet, only the letter J is not included in the periodic table. 

Answer: TRUE

The first living animal sent into space were fruit flies. 

Answer: TRUE. Fruit flies were sent into space on a V-2 rocket in 1947.

Michael Jackson and Nicolas Cage both married the same lady. 

Answer: TRUE. Lisa Marie Presley.

English is one of the official languages of the Philippines. 

Answer: TRUE. Together with the Filipino language 

South Africa officially has two capital cities. 

Answer: FALSE. There are three: Pretoria, Cape Town, and Bloemfontein.

Corn is the most widely cultivated and consumed crop on the planet. 

Answer: TRUE. Corn is the primary crop, wheat is the secondary crop, and rice is the third crop.

Mickey’s given name has initially been Milton Mouse. 

Answer: FALSE. It was Mortimer Mouse.

The Atlantic Ocean is the world’s biggest ocean. 

Answer: FALSE. It is the Pacific Ocean.

Human facial hair grows at a higher rate than the rest of the body’s hair. 

Answer: TRUE

Nepal is the only country in the world without a rectangular flag. 

Answer: TRUE

The letter ‘A’ is the most commonly used in the English language. 

Answer: FALSE. According to Oxford Dictionaries, the letter ‘E’ is the most frequent and occurs in 11% of all English words.

Switzerland’s currency is the Euro. 

Answer: FALSE. Switzerland’s currency is the Swiss Franc.

The USA has the longest coastline in the world

Answer: FALSE. It is Canada.

In the famous movie Harry Potter, Draco Malfoy doesn’t have a sibling. 

Answer: FALSE. Skylar Malfoy is his younger sister.

The Philippines is an archipelagic country that has the most number of islands. 

Answer: FALSE. It is Indonesia.

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