60 True or False Questions

Are you smart enough to ace it? Let’s see what you can do!

Friends’ nights at your place. Pizza, movie, everyone’s happy. But… you decide that this day could have an even more perfect ending. How about spicing up the atmosphere with a unique quiz that will reveal your creative side and show everyone that you are not only fun but smart too? Get your teams paired up and give as many correct answers as you can. You can write your answers down and judge them at the end. The winner takes it all – the quiz-master crown is waiting for its king (or queen)! 

Don’t worry – you can also crush the quiz on your own. It’s the perfect way to chase boredom away, and you can always share it so your friends can see how good you are. Challenge them to beat your score (if they can!).

The rules are easy – go through all 60 questions/statements and answer ‘true’ or ‘false’. To see how many you got right, simply skip to the end section and check the answers. Good luck! (not that you need it, eh?). 


60 True or False Questions Quiz with Answers


Ready, steady… go!

1. Queen Elizabeth the 1st was the daughter of King Henry the 8th of England

2. Vitamin C is also known by the chemical name of Ascorbic Acid

3. The Nobel prize-winning novel ‘The Old Man and the Sea’ was written by the American author John Steinbeck

4. Rapper Nicki Minaj is over 180 cm (5 ft, 10.9 in) in height

5. In theory, it takes over 5,000 helium balloons to lift an average-sized human from the ground

6. The Pan American Highway in the U.S.A. is the world’s longest highway

7. Transylvania is a historical region located in central Romania

8. Disabled Valery Spiridonov was the first person in the world to have his head transplanted onto another body

9. The maximum length for a video posted on TikTok is 60 seconds

10. Glass is manufactured mainly from processed sand

11. Actress Marilyn Monroe had 3 children resulting from her 3 marriages 

12. Popping your finger or toe knuckles is bad for your joints

13. The Trojan horse was used by the Greeks to mask their way into the city of Troy and win the war

14. There are 6 naturally occurring noble gases in the periodic table of chemical elements

15. The liver is the largest organ in the human body

16. Singer and actress Miley Cyrus is an only child

17. There are over 30,000 varieties of apples existing in the world

18. Harry Potter’s first flying broomstick is called Firebolt

19.  The U.S.A.’s southernmost state is Texas

20. The world’s earliest surviving motion-picture film dates back to 1888

21. Confucius is a world-renowned Latin philosopher 

22. Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo is the most-followed person on Instagram and Facebook (in 2021)

23. Insulin was discovered by physiologist and professor of medicine Nicolae Paulescu

24. Real Madrid football club’s biggest rival is Atlético Madrid

25. After you drink alcohol, it takes your brain 6 minutes to start reacting to it

26. Thomas Jefferson was the second president of the U.S.A.

27.There is no way of telling boiled eggs from raw eggs until you break them open

28. Dan Brown’s novel ‘Inferno’ was inspired by Dante Alighieri’s poem ‘Inferno’

29. Singer Billie Eilish’s full name is Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O’Connell

30. Manchester United football club has never won the UEFA Champions League trophy

31. Magician Richard Jones is the 10th winner of the TV show Britain’s got Talent

32. Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan

33. Steak contains more protein than a regular-sized broccoli

34. TV series Game of Thrones – Tyrion Lannister’s favourite quote is ‘I drink, and I know things’

35. Pirates believed that having a ‘calico’ (three-coloured) cat on board of the ship brings bad luck

36. Put together, a human’s body blood vessels can circle the Earth

37. The world’s longest word has no less than 189,819 letters and comes from the English language

38. Athlete Usain Bolt is faster than a cheetah

39. Indira Gandhi was the first female Prime Minister of India

40. The lighter was invented before the matches 

41. The oldest educational establishment in the world is the University of Al Quaraouiyine in Morocco 

42. ‘Braveheart’ and ‘The English patient’ have competed for the ‘Academy Award Best Picture’ award in the same year

43. The first football in the world was manufactured from a pig’s bladder

44. The X-Factor TV show first aired in the U.S.A. in 2004

45. Just like humans, dogs can be left-pawed or right-pawed

46. Rio de Janeiro is the capital city of Brazil 

47. Although they love to drink it, cats are lactose intolerant to cow’s milk

48. Grapefruit can cause poisoning if consumed with some prescribed drugs

49. Except for humans, crows and ravens are the most intelligent creatures in the world

50. The world’s best-selling music album of all times belongs to The Beatles 

51. The spiral shapes of sunflowers follow the Fibonacci sequence (where each number is the sum of the last 2) to maximize sunlight intake

52. Evita Perón was the first female president of Argentina 

53. A human being can live up to 3 weeks without drinking water

54. Writer Agatha Christie’s real name is Mary Westmacott

55. Singer Lady Gaga has (up to this date) played in no less than 5 movies

56. A person’s fingernails and hair continue to grow after they die

57. ‘The Birds’ (1963 horror movie) was directed by American film director Steven Spielberg

58. It is illegal to feed pigeons in the Italian city of Venice

59. The Quetzalcóatl Pyramid in Mexico is bigger than the Great Egyptian Pyramid of Giza

60. Human teeth are just as strong as the teeth of a mature shark


And finally, the 60 ‘true or false?’ unique questions quiz answers revealed:

  1. True
  2. True
  3. False. ‘The Old Man and the Sea’ is a masterpiece belonging to the American novelist Ernest Hemingway
  4. False. Nicki Minaj is ‘only’ 157 cm (5 ft, 1.8 in) tall. Hard to tell with all those high heels, right?
  5. True
  6. True
  7. True
  8. False. Although Valery volunteered for this at first, he changed his mind after his girlfriend became pregnant
  9. True
  10. True
  11. False. Although Marilyn was married 3 times, she didn’t have any children (that we know of, right?)
  12. False. There is no scientific proof that popping your knuckles is bad for you
  13. True
  14. True
  15. False. The human body’s largest organ is the skin. It weighs 3.6 kg (8 lbs.)
  16. False. Miley has no less than 5 siblings (4 brothers and one sister)
  17. True
  18. False. Harry’s first broomstick was the Nimbus 2000
  19. False. The U.S.A.’s southernmost state is Florida
  20. True
  21. False. Despite the sound of his name, Confucius was Chinese
  22. True
  23. True
  24. False. Barcelona football club is Real Madrid’s biggest rival, since 1929, when La Liga was founded
  25. True
  26. False. Thomas Jefferson was the third president of the USA. The second one was John Adams
  27. False. You don’t have to break the egg to see if it’s boiled or raw. Simply try and spin it on the table – if it spins, it’s definitely boiled.
  28. True
  29. True
  30. False. ‘Man’ United won the UCL 3 times, in 1968, 1999, and 2008
  31. True
  32. True
  33. False. It’s actually the other way around (we couldn’t believe it either!)
  34. True
  35. False. On the contrary, a pirate’s ship would never sail without a ‘calico’ cat on board, as they are supposed to bring good luck
  36. True
  37. True
  38. False. Not quite. Bolt is fast, but the cheetah is twice as fast
  39. True
  40. True
  41. True
  42. False. ‘Braveheart’ has won the award in 1996, and ‘The English patient’ in 1997
  43. True
  44. False. X-Factor is a British TV show that first aired in 2004
  45. True
  46. False. The capital of Brazil is the city of Brasília. Rio de Janeiro is Brazil’s second most populated city
  47. True
  48. True
  49. True
  50. False. The best-selling music album of all times is Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’
  51. True
  52. False. Evita Perón was the wife of the Argentinian president Juan Perón, and First Lady of Argentina
  53. False. Specialists say that we can’t survive for more than 3 days without getting hydrated
  54. True
  55. True
  56. False. The impression of growth is only given by the fact that a person’s skin around nails and hair retracts after death
  57. False. ‘The Birds’ was directed by the English film director Alfred Hitchcock
  58. True
  59. True
  60. True

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