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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"?



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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