Wednesday, November 3, 2021

NOVEMBER QUIZ - QUESTIONS

I will add this each month. There is no pressure and this is only for fun.  I don't always know the answers.  Some I may have known but long forgotten, and I enjoy the refresher, or learning something new.


Question 1: The unicorn is the national animal of which country?

Question 2:  Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize?

Question 3: What is the only fruit that has its seeds on the outside.

Question 4: Cirque du Soleil started in what country?

Question 5:  Where is the largest volcano of the world?


I will be posting the answers tomorrow.



38 comments:

  1. Number 2 I am going to guess Marie Curie. The fruit with seeds on the outside is strawberries. The Cirque...maybe Canada? The name literally means Circus Of The Sun.

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    1. Thanks Ginny :) did not know that was the meaning in French.

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  2. Well, I also think Madame Curie for #2.

    Your photo is gorgeous!

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    1. Thank you Linda and hubby took the photo at the Norfolk Botanical Garden recently :)

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  3. 1) Scotland 2)Marie curie is what i remember 3) cashew ? 4)no idea 5) i think its in Hawaii...

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  4. Well seeing you intended giving the answers tomorrow I will not write mine here but I can tell you I did not do too well . I have now learned a lot more today Thanks

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    1. Thanks for stopping in today Margaret, tomorrow all will be revealed :)

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  5. I'm going to have to wait till tomorrow for the answers.

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  6. Perguntas interessantes e fico à espera das respostas.
    Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

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    1. Obrigado :) Fico feliz que você os considere interessantes. Um abraço e continuou boa semana.

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  7. Hello,
    Great questions, I will wait to compare my answers.
    Take care, have a great day!

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    1. Hello Eileen, glad you think so and see you tomorrow :) You take care and have a great day also!

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  8. I think I know two...that's French...so France? And the strawberry? But the blackberry, raspberry also?

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    1. Thanks for those answers Anni. See you tomorrow :)

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  9. this one is easy, i know none of these

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    1. You always get me smiling, thank you Sandra :)

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  10. I'll look forward to the answers -- of which I have none!

    Thanks for your recent visits, Denise!

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    1. You are very welcome Jeanie, and thank you :)

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  11. Great questions, number one really threw me

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    1. Hi Christine, thank you :) happy you think so.

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  12. I'll be back for the answers, Denise. I may know a couple, we'll see.

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    1. That’s great Martha Ellen, see you tomorrow :)

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  13. That is such a beautiful photograph.

    I've always wanted to see Cirque du Soleil :)
    Will re-visit for the answers.

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thank you Jan, I loved hubby’s photo too. That show would be fun to see :) all the best to you too.

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  14. The unicorn is someone's official animal?? Who knew!

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    1. Yes, who knew? Thanks Sandi, hope to see you tomorrow :)

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  15. Scotland, Marie Curie, Strawberry, Canada, Hawaii...and what were the questions again, Denise

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    1. Smiling here and come back tomorrow to find out. Thanks Dorothy :)

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