True or False Questions to Test Your Boyfriend’s Knowledge

• True or false: The capital of France is Paris.

– True! Ah, the City of Love and Croissants. Paris indeed holds the title as the capital of France, where you can find iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and indulge in some delicious French cuisine.

• True or false: Albert Einstein developed the theory of relativity.

– Absolutely true! Mr. Einstein was a genius with wild hair who revolutionized our understanding of space, time, and everything in between. His theory of relativity rocked the scientific world!

• True or false: The Great Wall of China is visible from space.

– False! Sorry to burst your bubble here, but this popular myth has been debunked by astronauts themselves. While impressive on Earth’s surface, it’s not exactly waving hello to extraterrestrial visitors.

• True or false: Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet.

– Yup, that’s totally true! Good ol’ William Shakespeare penned this timeless tale about star-crossed lovers whose families just couldn’t get along. It’s all about love, tragedy…and those famous balcony scenes.

• True or false: Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world.

– You betcha! Mount Everest proudly wears its crown as Earth’s tallest peak (don’t forget your oxygen tank!). Scaling its summit takes gutsy mountaineers with a serious case of wanderlust.

• True or false: The Mona Lisa was painted by Leonardo da Vinci.

– Bingo! Leonardo da Vinci himself created this mysterious masterpiece known as “The Mona Lisa.” She may have a slight smirk on her face, but one thing’s for sure – she’s got everyone talking!

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