QUESTION: How tall is the Eiffel Tower?
ANSWER: The height of the Eiffel Tower changes according to the season. During the summer, the landmark can grow up to six inches taller than its usual height. This is due to the heat of the summer’s sun causing the iron of the structure to swell. According to Wikipedia, the current average height of the Eiffel Tower is 1,063 feet high.
QUESTION: What 5 things do you have to prove in order to prove negligence?
ANSWER: (1) Duty; (2) Failure to perform duty; (3) Causation in fact; (4) Proximate Cause; (5) Actual Damage.
QUESTION: What is the most common birthday in the United States?
ANSWER: September 9.
QUESTION: Who Is the only U.S. President to serve more than two terms?
ANSWER: Franklin D. Roosevelt. He served four terms, March 4, 1933 to April 12, 1945.
QUESTION: At Birth, how many bones does a human baby have?
QUESTION: How many bones does a human adult have?
QUESTION: What are ghost words?
ANSWER: According to Grammarly, ghost words are non-existent words that have no meanings. These words only exist because of printing errors committed in the process of manufacturing dictionaries.
According to Grammarly, an example of a ghost word is “dord”; a word that erroneously “appeared in the dictionary for eight years in the mid-20th century.”
QUESTION: What are the origins of the word “alphabet”? (How was it formed?)
ANSWER: The word “alphabet” is the combination of the first two letters of the Greek alphabet: “alpha” and “beta.”
QUESTION: What is the most commonly used letter?
ANSWER: E. The letter “e” is used in 1 out of 8 letters
QUESTION: What is the only non-hyphenated English word that has three sets of consecutive double letters?
QUESTION: What is the longest single-syllable word in the English language?