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True or false 3

  1. 1. The standard 18 cm pencil contains enough graphite todraw a line 56 km long.When the Egyptians were mourning a dead relative, theyshaved off their eyebrows.An octopus turns white when it is frightened or angry.Most people blink about 25 times a minute.The president of the International Olympic Committee isJuan Antonio Samaranch.
  2. 2. The Japanese equivalent of Father Christmas is a woman. All snowflakes, though markedly different in appearance are constructed on hexagon.E is the most frequently used letter in the Englishalphabet.Astronomers circling the Earth may be able to see 16sunrises and 16 sunsets every 24 hours. You have more than 620 muscles in your body.
  3. 3. Avocado is the most nutritious fruit in the world. It isrich in vitamins, minerals and oil.Russia is the world’s largest country. It covers twice theterritory of either the USA or China.The lowest number which can be divided exactly by allthe numbers from 1 to 10 is 2,520.Japan has the largest number of industrial robots in theworld today.America’s oldest university, Harvard University, issituated in Cambridge.
  4. 4. The official languages of the United Nations are Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish.The ostrich is the only bird which has two toes on eachfoot.65 different alphabets are used in the world today.Sharks swam in the sea long before dinosaurs walkedthe earth.In Tibet it is very polite to stick your tongue out atsomeone. It shows you have no evil thoughts.

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