Quiz about Fractured Lists 1
Quiz about Fractured Lists 1

Fractured Lists #1 Trivia Quiz

Place the fractured names in the correct fractured columns. Hope you enjoy this quiz.

A classification quiz by bigwoo. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Mar 09 23
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Sophie At Lee Doors
Ought Ohm A Bill May Cores
Eye Sock Heap Lea Oars
Peon Nests

Owl Tinge Awn Weigh In Grad Ski Jean Oral Moat Oars Soup or Rue Seed Knee Crawls Bee Freighter Wreck Show Pan Lee Boar Rot Chi Shave Row Lay Neigh Key Tack Cruise Chef Meek Eye Owl Garbage Off

* Drag / drop or click on the choices above to move them to the correct categories.

Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Meek Eye Owl Garbage Off

Answer: Sophie At Lee Doors

Mikael Gorbachev was the eighth and last leader of the Soviet Union serving from 1985 to 1991. In an attempt to preserve the Soviet Union and its Marxist ideals he initiated a series of reforms that unintentionally led to the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

He is adored in the West for his efforts to help end the Cold War and limit nuclear weapons, but is unpopular in much of Russia because of the breakup of the Soviet Union. He died in 2022 at the age of 91.
2. Shave Row Lay

Answer: Ought Ohm A Bill May Cores

In 1911, Louis Chevrolet, a Swiss race car driver, along with brothers Arthur and William Durant founded the Chevrolet Motor Company in Detroit, Michigan. Due to creative differences, Chevrolet sold his company to William Durant, who made the Chevrolet brand so profitable that he was able to take over control of General Motors. By 1929 Chevrolet bypassed Ford as the best selling car in the USA.
3. Seed Knee Crawls Bee

Answer: Eye Sock Heap Lea Oars

Sidney Crosby was drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2005 to play in the National Hockey League. Born in Nova Scotia, Canada, "Sid the Kid" began practicing hockey at age two. He has been quoted as saying that he was allowed to practice in the basement propping a net up next to the family clothes dryer. Even though he often hit the dryer, his mom allowed him to practice as long as the dryer kept working.

He said the the dryer miraculously kept working even though his missed shots left plenty of dents and broken buttons.

He has been recognized as one of hockey's all time greats by such players as Bobby Orr and Gordie Howe.
4. Jean Oral Moat Oars

Answer: Ought Ohm A Bill May Cores

General Motors was begun by William Durant in 1908. It began as a holding company focused on acquiring controlling interest in the numerous automobile companies that were sprouting up around the Detroit, Michigan area. The company's success has been built around its four core brands: Buick, Chevrolet, GMC and Cadillac.
5. Weigh In Grad Ski

Answer: Eye Sock Heap Lea Oars

Wayne Gretzky played in the National Hockey League from 1978-1999 and is considered by many, who follow the game, to be the greatest ice hockey player to ever play the game. He was nicknamed 'The Great One" by sportswriters. At the time of his retirement he held over sixty NHL records.

He played for four NHL teams during his career (Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St Louis Blues and New York Rangers) winning four Stanley Cups.
6. Freighter Wreck Show Pan

Answer: Peon Nests

Frederic Chopin was a Polish composer and pianist of the Romantic period. All of his 230 surviving works feature the piano. Sadly the pianist's brilliant career was cut short. He died at the age of 39 from complications caused by tuberculosis.
7. Soup or Rue

Answer: Ought Ohm A Bill May Cores

Subaru is a Japanese automaker that began as part of Fuji Heavy Industries. FHI began in 1915 as an aircraft research company. In the 1950s the company ventured into the auto making business. The new car company was named Subaru which is the Japanese name for the Pleiades star cluster.

The car maker's logo reflects the star cluster. Although Pleiades is also known as "The Seven Sisters" the Subaru logo contains only six stars because allegedly one of the cluster's stars is invisible. Subaru is known for its "Eyesight" collision avoidance system.
8. Neigh Key Tack Cruise Chef

Answer: Sophie At Lee Doors

Nikita Khrushchev was the leader of the Soviet Union from 1953 to 1964. His leadership was a mixed bag of offering more freedoms in some areas, easing travel restrictions and allowing more expression in the arts, while clamping down down in other areas.

For example, he closed down religious institutions and forbade parents from teaching religion to their children. Internationally he was known for his involvement in the Cuban Missile Crisis. In 1964 he was forced out of his position and lived the rest of his life in relative obscurity.
9. Lee Boar Rot Chi

Answer: Peon Nests

Liberace was born Wtadziu Valentino Liberace. His parents were of Italian and Polish descent. Called "Walter" as a a child, the prodigy began playing the piano at the age of four. He overcame childhood financial hardships to become the world's highest paid entertainer in the 1960s and 1970s.

He was known for his flamboyance and excess. The singer, actor and pianist had a career in television, movies and was a Las Vegas headliner for over 40 years. He died in 1987 at the age of 67.
10. Owl Tinge Awn

Answer: Peon Nests

Elton John, named Reginald Kenneth Dwight at birth, is a British composer, pianist and entertainer. He has sold over three hundred million records in his sixty plus year career and in 2023 his "Yellow Brick Road Farewell Tour" became the highest grossing tour of all-time. In 1962 John and some friends began the band "Bluesology". About five years later he changed his name to Elton John in honor of two members of "Bluesology", Elton Dean and John Baldry. In 1972 he legally changed his name to Elton Hercules John.
Source: Author bigwoo

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