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What are True or False questions?

True or false questions are a type where the answer is either 'true' or 'false.' The question typically consists of a statement, and the test-taker needs to select a 'true' or 'false' response.

There are other variations such as 'yes or no,' 'agree or disagree,' 'this or that.'

Quiz maker software such as FlexiQuiz can help you to analyze responses, auto-score, and grade questions quickly.

Types of quizzes you can create with True or False questions

There is no limit to the types of true or false questions you can ask for work, education or fun!

These are a few examples of the kind of quizzes that can include true or false questions:

One hundred True or False questions

Below is a list of our favorite true or false questions split by trivia category to help inspire you to create your next quiz.

Feel free to use the questions to test your knowledge, make great quizzes or spark conversation.

  1. TV shows

  2. Roz in Frasier was originally going to be played by Lisa Kudrow - True
  3. Neighbours is filmed in Sydney, Australia - False
  4. The Clampett Family struck oil near their home in the Ozarks before moving to Beverly Hills in the 1960's - True
  5. The Downton Abbey series starts the day after the sinking of the Titanic - True
  6. Benedict Cumberbatch portrays Sherlock in the US TV show called Elementary - False
  7. In Friends, Monica's grandmother used to live in Joey's apartment - False
  8. The Japanese anime Sazae-San has the Guinness World Record for the longest-running animated show on television - True
  9. Jason Momoa portrays Khal Drogo in 'Game of Thrones' - True
  10. Milhouse Van Houten is Bart Simpson's best friend - True
  11. Filming for the Netflix show 'Money Heist' took place at the actual Royal Mint of Spain in Madrid - False

  12. The noughties

  13. Gisborne, New Zealand was the first city in the world to see in the millennium - True
  14. You had a rely on a clock radio as Google Assistant do not exist - True
  15. Sega Dreamcast was released in the 2000's - False
  16. The iPod touch had cellphone capabilities - False
  17. Kelly Clarkson won the first season of American Idol - True
  18. YouTube launched - True
  19. Furbies were a popular toy introduced in the noughties - False
  20. Angela Merkel became the first woman to be Chancellor of Germany - True
  21. Avatar was the highest-grossing movie of the decade - True
  22. Bennifer costarred together in the movie called Gigli - True

  23. Animals

  24. A group of crocodiles are called shrewdness - False
  25. Dogs can understand up to 250 hand gestures - True
  26. A hair of a polar bear's fur is white - False
  27. The Indian elephant is larger than the African elephant - False
  28. A snail can sleep for up to 3 months - False
  29. Apes cannot laugh - False
  30. Penguins cant be found on the continent of Africa - False
  31. The Amazon River has native dolphins - True
  32. A slug has four noses - True
  33. A Peregrine Falcon is the fastest bird in the world - True

  34. Food and drink

  35. The granny smith apple originates from Australia - True
  36. Limes float, lemons sink - False
  37. Bananas are available in colors other than yellow - True
  38. A Waldorf Salad must have 10 walnuts to be a true Waldorf salad - False
  39. The USA grows the most maize - True
  40. Strawberries are not actually berries - True
  41. Bananas grow upside down - True
  42. The first tea bags were made from linen - False
  43. Mushrooms need sunlight to grow - False
  44. M&M stands for Mars and Murrie - True

  45. Movies

  46. Walt Disney holds the record for the most Oscars - True
  47. Cinderella was the first Disney princess - False
  48. The Titanic ship cost more to build than the move cost to make - False
  49. Only one film has ever won all five of the main Oscars (film, actor, actress, screenplay, and director) - False
  50. Sean Connery wore a toupee in every James Bond movie - True
  51. Scientists use mosquito DNA to create dinosaurs in 'Jurassic Park' - True
  52. 'La La Land' was Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone's third movie together - True
  53. 'The Birds' (1963) was directed by American film director Steven Speilberg - False
  54. 10,297 balloons were used in the floating sequences for the movie 'Up!' - True
  55. The snow in the 'Wizard of Oz' is real - False

  56. Travel

  57. The unicorn is the national animal of Scotland - True
  58. Vietnamese is an official language in Canada - False
  59. New York has the nickname the Big Pear - False
  60. Macchu Pichu is an earthquake-proof city - True
  61. The bridge over the River Kwai is in Thailand - True
  62. There's a village in the Netherlands with no streets, only canals - True
  63. Canada has the most lakes in the world - True
  64. The world's oldest country San Marino, is in South America - False
  65. Monaco is the smallest country in the world - False
  66. Sydney is the capital of Australia - False

  67. Cars

  68. The Japanese car company Toyota was originally established as a textiles manufacturer - True
  69. The first speeding ticket was in 1896 for driving at 8MPH - True
  70. Henry Ford designed what was considered to be the world's first car - False
  71. The Volkswagen Beetle sold over 52 million models between 1937 and 2003 - False
  72. Porsche 718 Cayman is front-engined - False
  73. The Tesla Roadster was the first car to be launched to space - True
  74. A bull features on the Porsche logo - False
  75. The BMW 1600 was the first car to come equipped with anti-lock brakes - False
  76. In the classic TV series 'Starsky and Hutch' the two cops drove a Ford Gran Torino - True
  77. The Ford Mustang is considered to be the first "pony car" - True

  78. Music

  79. Madonna's real name is Madonna - True
  80. Dolly Parton is the godmother of Miley Cyrus - True
  81. The first-ever video played on MTV in 1981 was 'Video Killed the Radio Star' True
  82. Justin Bieber has a fear of grapes and specifies that each venue he plays in must be grape free before he enters the building - False
  83. The Beatles were Ringo, Paul, George, and James - False
  84. Last Christmas by Wham reached number one in the UK during the 1984 festive season - False
  85. In the 1980's Michael Jackson and his brothers had a top ten hit featuring Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger - True
  86. Rapper Vanilla Ice's real name is Robert Van Winkle - True
  87. Harry Styles middle name is Edward - True
  88. Taylor Swift's first job was on a Christmas Tree farm - True

  89. Oceans

  90. There are five Oceans in the world - True
  91. The world's Oceans produce over 40% of the oxygen we breath - True
  92. Over 90% of sea turtles in the Ocean are found to have consumed plastic - True
  93. The USA borders three Oceans - True
  94. The southernmost Ocean is called The Antarctic Ocean - False
  95. The Pacific is the deepest Ocean - True
  96. The life expectancy of a jellyfish is 70 years - False
  97. The longest mountain range in the world is under the sea - True
  98. More than 70% of the countries in Africa border the sea - True
  99. The Pacific Ocean is bigger than the moon - True

  100. General knowledge

  101. If you add the two numbers on the opposite sides of a dice together, the answer is always 7 - True
  102. You can sneeze during sleep - False
  103. Lightning never hits the same place twice - False
  104. The first football in the world was manufactured from a pig's bladder - True
  105. In Japan, people see a "rabbit on the moon" instead of a "man on the moon" - True
  106. Human teeth are as strong as the teeth of a mature shark - True
  107. The Channel Tunnel between Britain and France is the longest rail tunnel in the world - False
  108. John Adams was the third president of the USA - False
  109. The USA's southernmost state is Texas - False
  110. Someone from the USA consumed over 26,000 Big Macs after eating one a day for forty years - True

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