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April-July 2011


Movie Biographies: The Good Sports
What sports figure is the subject of each true-life film?


Ancient Cities, Modern Locations
Which modern country is the site for each city of the ancient world?


TV Husbands and Wives: the Actors and Actresses
Pair the actor and actress who play a noted married couple in hit shows.


Word Origins: Animal Names
From what language do we directly get the English name for each animal?


Current Sports Stars--The Women
In which sport is each female athlete a star?




E-I-E-IO
Old McDonald had a farm and we have a vocabulary quiz of words ending in IO.


Current Reverse Sides of U. S. Currency
What is at present on the back of each American coin or banknote?


Cable TV Series: The Characters
In which hit series are each trio of characters main players?


World History Timeline: The 19th Century
In which year of the 19th century did each event occur?


Flying Solo, Too
Each of the artists on the left also made sweet music with a group on the right.




The Producers
Which country produces the most of each product/commodity on the left?


More Disney Villain(esse)s
Pair the deliciously dastardly character with the Disney/Pixar movie he or she darkens.


Vocab Quiz BAR None
What does each word beginning BAR mean?


Famous Fictional Animals
What kind of creature is each animal from TV, movies, books, etc.?


Cable TV Series: The Actresses
Match the cable network series with its leading lady.




To the Victors
Which general or admiral led his forces to victory in each battle in American history?


Categorically Speaking: Geography, Too
Match the same geographical entities in the left and right columns.


Trios in the Arts and Literature: The Women
As what has each trio of women won fame?


Foreign Motor Vehicles 2011
Pair the foreign auto company with the model it sells.


The British Invasion: Holding the Fort
In 1964, after the Beatles held the Billboard Hot 100 #1 position for three months, these American groups sang their way to the top spot.



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