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    Are you ready to put your knowledge to the test? We invite you to participate in our engaging True or False Quiz specially designed for seniors in aged care. This quiz is a great activity to stimulate the mind, encourage social interaction, and create a fun and friendly atmosphere among residents. It’s time to challenge yourself and your fellow seniors with interesting statements and determine whether they are true or false. Get ready to learn some fascinating facts and have a fantastic time together!

    The A4 Printable version of the quiz can be found at the bottom of this page.

    Elizabeth Taylor married seven times. (A) False-Elizabeth married 8 times, including marrying Richard Burton twice.

    Madonna the pop singer’s real name is Madonna. (A) True-Her real name is Madonna.

    The Basenji dog breed cannot bark. (A) True-Basenjis do not bark.

    The Tower of London is attached to Buckingham Palace. (A) False-They are 4miles apart.

    Elvis Presley was a twin. (A)True-Elvis had a twin brother named Jesse who diedat birth.

    The best rainbows in the world can be seen in Hawaii. (A) True.

    Four babies are born in the world every second. (A) True-Approximately 250births per minute, 15,000 per hour, and 360,000 per day.

    John is the most popular name in the world. (A) False-The most common nameis Muhammad.

    Sweden has more islands than any other country in the world. (A) True-Swedenhas 221,800 islands, with about 1,000 inhabited.

    All giant pandas in zoos around the world belong to China; they are only on loan to world zoos. (A) True.

    England has more pets per household than any other country. (A) False-NewZealand has the most pets in their homes.

    The Mona Lisa portrait painting has very distinct dark eyebrows.(A) False-The Mona Lisa painting has no eyebrows.

    The strongest muscle in the body is the calf muscles in the leg. (A) False-It is thetongue.

    Fleas can jump 350 times their body length. (A) True.

    Only male mosquitoes bite. (A) False-Females bite, not males.

    Starfish have brains half their body size. (A) False-They have no brains.

    Penguins never lose their teeth. (A) False-They don’t have teeth.

    Tigers use their ears to communicate. (A) True.

    In the state of Georgia, a law was passed to make it illegal to eat fried chicken with cutlery. (A) True.

    Some people in the world still think the world is flat, not round. (A) True.

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