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Questions: 6  |  Attempts: 1587   |  Last updated: Sep 28, 2020
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    Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) — Astronomer and Scientist. Galileo developed a superior telescope and made many significant discoveries in astronomy. He was sentenced to life imprisonment by the inquisition for his support for the Copernican theory that the sun was at the center of the solar system. Galileo was born in Florence, Italy in 1564 to a poor but noble family His parents recognized their child's innate intelligence and talents and so made sacrifices to have him educated. At his father's insistence, Galileo studied the profitable career of medicine. But, at the University of Pisa, Galileo became fascinated in a wide range of subjects. He was also critical of many of Aristotle's teaching which had dominated education for the past 2,000 years. Galileo was appointed to be a mathematics professor at the University of Pisa, but his strident criticisms of Aristotle left him isolated among his contemporaries. After three years of persecution, he resigned and went to the University of Padua, where he taught maths. His entertaining lectures attracted a large following and he was able to spend the next 18 years pursuing his interests in astronomy and mechanics. Something that we can learn from Galileo Galilei's biography is ...

The trivia quiz below is an English Passage Test, where you are expected to choose the Correct Word to complete it. The quiz is a perfect way for you to perfect your grammatical skills an English vocabulary as you get to complete...

Questions: 13  |  Attempts: 2211   |  Last updated: Sep 24, 2020
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    Reliable studies have shown that children of working mothers have no more problems than children whose mothers stay at home. My personal .............................. is that mothers should work if they wish.

This quiz has some Passage trivia questions; can you pass the test? A passage is a perfect way for testing your comprehension skills and if they are up to the scales that they should be. Read the passage as many times as you need...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 1710   |  Last updated: Dec 24, 2019
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    Birds are a kind of vertebrate animals. Most of the birds have feathers and wings and can fly, but not all of them can. Birds do not have teeth, but a hard beak or bill instead. They use the beak to pick up food. The food they eat gives them energy so that they have the power to fly. Flying takes a lot of energy. when flying, they make different movements, sometimes by gliding with their wings held still or by flapping their wings up and down. Unlike humans, birds do not give birth to babies. instead, they lay eggs. after laying eggs, a mother birds sit on the eggs to keep them warm until they hatch. Birds spend most of their time looking for food using them keen eyesight. They use their beak and claws to get bugs, worms, small mammals, fish, fruit, grain or nectar. Although birds eat different food, most of them feed on insects. Those that eat insects are called insectivores. 1. Not all birds can Fly


Questions: 6  |  Attempts: 273   |  Last updated: Feb 18, 2013
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    The term “annals of ghostdom” in the passage specifically refers to:
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