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1.Do you know what is this plant called?
2 (version 1). Phileas Fogg is a name synonymous with world adventure! But was he a real person or a fictional character?
- Partly based on real life
2 (version 2). Phileas Fogg is a name synonymous with world adventure! Which statement below is false for the real-life inspiration behind this memorable character?
- He was one of the first Americans to travel through the interior of Japan.
- He traveled by train from Cleveland to San Francisco
- He was born in Exeter, on the river Exe
- He visited Baghdad
3 (version 1). Which of these chess pieces only moves diagonally?
3 (version 2). Which of these chess pieces starts on squares a1 and h1, and a8 and h8?
4. Ayurveda is an ancient knowledge originating in India. According to Ayurveda, there are three body types. Which of these isn’t one of them?
5 (version 1). One award winning British songstress released her sixth album in 2017. The title was a translation of the words “always woman”. Who was it?
- Taylor Swift
- Patty Smith
- Laura Marling
- Emmy The Great
5 ( version 2). One award winning British songstress released her sixth album in 2017. The title was a translation of the words “always woman”. Can you unscramble the names and figure out who it was?
- ORYTAL FISTW
- AARUL GARNLIM
- YMEM HTE RATEG
- TPYAT MSHIT
6 (version 1). Which city is located furthest from the equator?
6 (version 2). Which city is located closest to the equator?