We got the perfect test for know-it-alls. But wow, 51% of people get only 7/15 or less

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Are you a know-it-all person? Yes? You sure? So this test is for you. And you certainly know how to answer this question: The great inventor Nikola Tesla was born in which modern day country? Told you – it’s not going to be easy.

We got the perfect test for know-it-alls. But wow, 51% of people get only 7/15 or less


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  • Question of

    Let’s start with the easy ones… Who was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic?

    • Millicent Bryant
    • Aída de Acosta
    • Amelia Earhart
    • Raymonde de Laroche
  • Question of

    What mammals say hello kissing each other?

    • Prairie dogs
    • Capybaras
    • Raccoons
    • Chimpanzees
  • Question of

    About historical anecdotes… A famous scientist refused to patent the vaccine he discovered for an infectious disease saying “Could you patent the Sun?”. Who was he and which was the disease?

    • Louis Pasteur, rabies
    • Jonas Salk, polio
    • Maurice Hilleman, hepatitis A
    • John Franklin Enders, measles
  • Question of

    What has been the most popular board game in history?

    • Backgammon
    • Scrabble
    • Monopoly
    • Chess
  • Question of

    Only one McDonald’s in the world has turquoise blue arches because it was considered that the yellow ones clashed with natural surroundings. Where?

    • Tunis, Tunisia
    • San Diego, California
    • Sedona, Arizona
    • Boulder, Colorado
  • Question of

    Which of these is the world’s oldest continuously inhabited city in history?

    • Athens, Greece
    • Luxor, Egypt
    • Tripoli, Lybia
    • Jerusalem, Israel/Palestine
  • Question of

    Established in the 1920’s, Route 66 was a historic double-digit highway that connected two cities in the U.S.. Which ones?

    • New York-Washington
    • St. Louis-Kansas City
    • Philadelphia-Boston
    • Chicago-Los Angeles
  • Question of

    About car brands… The automobile manufacturer Volvo was founded in what country?

    • East Germany
    • Soviet Union
    • Czech Republic
    • Sweden
  • Question of

    The Canadian flag features a tree leaf. Which one?

    • Maple
    • Oak
    • Poplar
    • Spruce
  • Question of

    Which company created Mario Kart video game series?

    • Sega
    • Sony
    • Nintendo
    • Rockstar Games
  • Question of

    What is the Chinese dialect spoken by the majority in Hong Kong?

    • Hakka
    • Mandarin
    • Changsha
    • Cantonese
  • Question of

    Mark Zuckerberg was one of the founders of which social network site?

    • Instagram
    • Snapchat
    • Twitter
    • Facebook
  • Question of

    What is the most popular dog breed in U. S.?

    • Labrador Retriever
    • German Shepherd
    • American Foxhound
    • American Water Spaniel
  • Question of

    We are almost finished… What is the second largest country in the world by land mass?

    • Brazil
    • United States
    • Canada
    • Russia
  • Question of

    Inventor Nikola Tesla was born on July 10th 1856 in which modern day country?

    • Poland
    • Russia
    • Hungary
    • Croatia

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