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Trivia Quiz

1. What is the name for a young swan?

2. What is the longest river in South America?

3. The arm bone is more formally called the

4. Identify the building on the reverse side of the $100 bill.

5. Is the gardenia flower fragrant?

6. A decennial is a period of how many years?

7. What is a "hackneyed" phrase?

8. Is it true or false that as substances become hotter, they contract, and, conversely, as they become colder, they expand?

9. Is a rubber and fabric overshoe spelled "galosh" or "gallosh"?

10. Who wrote "Robinson Crusoe"?

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ANSWERS

1. Cygnet.

2. The Amazon, which is about 4,000 miles long.

3. "Humerus."

4. Independence Hall in Philadelphia.

5. Yes.

6. Ten years.

7. A phrase that's overused and thus made trite and commonplace.

8. False, the opposite is true.

9. "Galosh."

10. Daniel Defoe.

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