Quiz: Can You Ace This Ultimate Two Truths and A Lie Trivia Challenge?

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Can you spot the fact imposter?

If you love general knowledge challenges or trivia quizzes, then this one is right up your alley. Put your trivia knowledge to the test!

 May 14, 2018

1 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
Tagalog is one of the dialects in the Philippines.
Chinese is the most spoken language in the world.
Spanish is the official language of Brazil.

2 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
If you come across a bear, you should back away slowly.
Your body can survive 3 weeks without water under normal conditions.
In the wild, avoid eating yellow colored berries.

3 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
A group of owls is called a parliament.
A baby ostrich can fly.
A baby kangaroo is often referred to as a joey.

4 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
The Mojave desert is the largest desert in the world.
China is the most populated country in the world.
Rhode Island is the smallest city in the United States.

5 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
Mount Everest is located in Russia.
Machu Picchu is a destination in Peru.
You can visit the Taj Mahal in India.

6 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
Clinton was the last democrat who won Texas in a Presidential election.
Four U.S Presidents have been assassinated while in office.
Florida is considered one of the swing states.

7 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
The smallest bone in the human body is located in one's finger.
By adulthood, a human body has 206 bones.
The femur is the largest bone in the human body.

8 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
Sodium chloride make up salt.
Au is the chemical symbol for gold.
Oxygen makes up 78% of the Earth's atmosphere.

9 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
Tom Riddle is also known as Voldemort.
J.R.R Tolkien published the Harry Potter series.
Hermione was among the main characters in the Harry Potter series.

10 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
The Olympic flag has a white background, with five interlaced rings.
The decathlon is a series of 8 athletic events.
As of 2016, Michael Phelps has won the most Olympic medals.

11 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
In 'Breaking Bad,' Walter White was an accountant.
Ted, Lily, Marshall, and Robin are characters from 'How I Met Your Mother.'
Dunder Mifflin is a paper company from 'The Office'

12 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
'The Godfather' was based on a novel by Mario Puzo
Richard Gere drove a Lotus in the movie 'Pretty Woman'
'We'll always have Paris' is a famous line from the movie 'Sabrina'

13 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
Stanford University is not one of the Ivy League schools.
Texas is the biggest and most populous state.
You can see the Grand Canyon in Arizona.

14 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
St. Augustine, Florida is the oldest city in Northern America.
Wyoming has the lowest population of the U.S states.
Mount Rushmore is located in northern Vermont.

15 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
Ag is the chemical symbol for silver.
There are three hydrogen atoms in one molecule of water.
Krypton is a noble gas.

16 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
Leonardo Dicaprio won an oscar for 'The Revenant'
'I'll Be Back' is a catchphrase associated to Robin Williams.
Katharine Hepburn has the most Oscar wins for Best Actress.

17 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
Steve Carrell starred as Michael Scott in 'The Office'
Chip and Joanna Gaines are famously known for 'Fixer Upper'
Emma Roberts is best known for her portrayal of Hermione.

18 of 18Choose one!

Spot the lie!
Honey has an indefinite shelf life.
Tomatoes are considered fruit.
Traditional hummus is made from potatoes.
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