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Can You Complete These Famous Quotes?

We all have a favorite quote. People use them all the time, such as ‘To be or not to be….’, but do we always get them right? How many people can finish that, potentially most, famous quote from Shakespeare’s Hamlet?

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Question 1/12

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Let's start with the movies. In the movie Casablanca, one of the most famous quotes is, "We will always have..."
... Paris.
... each other.
... Rome.
.... our memories.

Question 2/12

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Another beautiful movie, with lots of great quotes, is the "The Princess Bride". The character Wesley has one quote which he always says to Buttercup, "As you..."
... will.
... want.
... wish.
... were.

Question 3/12

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Even if you haven't watched the movie Airplane! You probably can finish the quote by Leslie Neilsen's character, "I am serious, and don't...."
... mess up.
... call me Sam.
.... call me Shirley!
.... call me Cheryl.

Question 4/12

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Time for something a bit more historical. The poet, Williams Wordsworth's quote is one often misquoted. "The good die..."
... first.
... young.
... early.
... soon.

Question 5/12

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The writer Alexander Pope once wrote... "A little learning..."
... goes a long way.
.... is a dangerous thing.
... is hard to find.
... is a divine thing.

Question 6/12

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Benjamin Franklin has many quotes, but none as misquoted as "There was never a good war..."
... or a bad victory.
... a bad war.
... a good victory.
... or a bad peace.

Question 7/12

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While we are looking at famous leader quotes, let's not leave out Abraham Lincoln. "You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time,..."
... but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.
... but you can not fool most of the people some of the time.
... but you can not fool some of the people some of the time.
... but you can not fool most of the people most of the time.

Question 8/12

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Let's get a little theological. How are your Bible quotes? "For the love of money..."
... is a sin in and of itself.
... leads one to evil.
... causes great suffering.
... is the root of all evil.

Question 9/12

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Let's move away from the famous to the infamous. Can you finish this Adolf Hitler Quote? "Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it..."
... and eventually they will buy it.
... and eventually it will become fact.
... and eventually they will believe it.
... and eventually they will trust it.

Question 10/12

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Another more infamous quote. Here is one from Joseph Stalin. “Ideas are more powerful than guns..."
... We would not let our enemies have guns, why should we let them have ideas.”
... We must control them or they will control us.
... We must not let the enemies have guns and so we must not let them have ideas.
... We would not let guns be free, so why let ideas be free?

Question 11/12

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Let's get back to happy quotes. Dr. Seuss once said, “You know you’re in love when..."
... you can't close your eyes without seeing the one you love.
... your only dreams are of being awake.
... your dreams don't compare to your reality.
... you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.”

Question 12/12

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Alright, it is time to go back to the beginning. Let's finish Shakespeare's quote, "To be or not to be..."
... that is the problem.
... that is the question.
... this is the question.
... this is the problem.

C+, Misquoted

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Thank you for trying. It seems that quotes just aren't your thing. Just remember what J. K. Rowling said, “It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all – in which case, you fail by default.” So, keep on living and don't let this defeat get you down. You can always try again later.

B+, Quotable

lovethehustle.com
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Good job. You got a good number of the quotes correct. It seems that you had some trouble with some of the less famous quotes, but you did well with the more common ones. Just remember what Thomas Edison said, “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” You win some and you lose some, but we just have to learn from the mistakes.

A+, Quote Master

zetwet.com
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Fabulous Job! You seem to have a keen memory for quotable lines. You got both the more well known quotes, and the lesser known quotes. Not to mention both movie quotes and literary. As Albert Einstein said, “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” So, thank you for taking the quiz and keep on exploring life.
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Let's start with the movies. In the movie Casablanca, one of the most famous quotes is, "We will always have..."
... Paris.
... each other.
... Rome.
.... our memories.
2
Another beautiful movie, with lots of great quotes, is the "The Princess Bride". The character Wesley has one quote which he always says to Buttercup, "As you..."
... will.
... want.
... wish.
... were.
3
Even if you haven't watched the movie Airplane! You probably can finish the quote by Leslie Neilsen's character, "I am serious, and don't...."
... mess up.
... call me Sam.
.... call me Shirley!
.... call me Cheryl.
4
Time for something a bit more historical. The poet, Williams Wordsworth's quote is one often misquoted. "The good die..."
... first.
... young.
... early.
... soon.
5
The writer Alexander Pope once wrote... "A little learning..."
... goes a long way.
.... is a dangerous thing.
... is hard to find.
... is a divine thing.
6
Benjamin Franklin has many quotes, but none as misquoted as "There was never a good war..."
... or a bad victory.
... a bad war.
... a good victory.
... or a bad peace.
7
While we are looking at famous leader quotes, let's not leave out Abraham Lincoln. "You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time,..."
... but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.
... but you can not fool most of the people some of the time.
... but you can not fool some of the people some of the time.
... but you can not fool most of the people most of the time.
8
Let's get a little theological. How are your Bible quotes? "For the love of money..."
... is a sin in and of itself.
... leads one to evil.
... causes great suffering.
... is the root of all evil.
9
Let's move away from the famous to the infamous. Can you finish this Adolf Hitler Quote? "Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it..."
... and eventually they will buy it.
... and eventually it will become fact.
... and eventually they will believe it.
... and eventually they will trust it.
10
Another more infamous quote. Here is one from Joseph Stalin. “Ideas are more powerful than guns..."
... We would not let our enemies have guns, why should we let them have ideas.”
... We must control them or they will control us.
... We must not let the enemies have guns and so we must not let them have ideas.
... We would not let guns be free, so why let ideas be free?
11
Let's get back to happy quotes. Dr. Seuss once said, “You know you’re in love when..."
... you can't close your eyes without seeing the one you love.
... your only dreams are of being awake.
... your dreams don't compare to your reality.
... you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.”
12
Alright, it is time to go back to the beginning. Let's finish Shakespeare's quote, "To be or not to be..."
... that is the problem.
... that is the question.
... this is the question.
... this is the problem.

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