Saturday, March 2, 2019

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Q.  What season is it when you are on a trampoline?
A.  Spring-time!
Q.  When do monkeys fall from the sky?
A.  During Ape-ril showers!
Q.  Can February March?
A.  No, but April May!
Q.  What flowers grow on faces?
A.  Tulips (Two-lips)!
Q.  Why is the letter A like a flower?
A.  A bee (B) comes after it!

Question 1:

What does the name 'Irish Spring' refer to?
A soap brand
An euphemism for bad breath
A holiday
An uprising in Ireland

Question 2:

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What is the nickname of musician Bruce Springsteen?
The Soldier
The Boss
Chairman of the Board
The Devil

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Question 3:

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In which U.S. state is the city of Palm Springs located?
All of these

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Question 4:

What kind of animal is the Springbok?
Wild cat

Question 5:

'La primavera', or 'Spring', is Concerto No. 1, in E major which is part of 'The Four Seasons' violin concertos. Who composed "The Four Seasons"?
Giacomo Puccini
Antonio Vivaldi
Antonio Salieri
Gioachino Rossini

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In what country did the European Revolution of 1848, also known as the Spring of Nations, begin?

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Question 7:

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'Primavera', or 'Spring', is a famous painting by which celebrated artist?
Leonardo da Vinci
Sandro Botticelli

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Question 8:

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What is the birth name of TV host and former politician Jerry Springer?

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Question 9:

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What is the name or the Roman goddess of spring?

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Question 10:

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What breed is the dog in the picture?
American Springer Spaniel
French Springer Spaniel
.German Springer Spaniel
English Springer Spaniel

Spring Facts

Spring is one of the four seasons.

  • The four seasons are Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer.
  • Spring comes after Winter and before Summer.
  • Spring is a symbol of rebirth.
  • When it is Spring in the Northern Hemisphere it is Autumn or Fall in the Southern Hemisphere.
  • The Northern Hemisphere is North of the Equator.  The US is in the Northern Hemisphere.
  • The Southern Hemisphere is South of the Equator.  Australia is located in the Southern Hemisphere.
  • Spring begins on March 21st or 22nd.
  • The first day of Spring is called the Vernal Equinox.
  • Vernal is Latin for Spring.
  • Equinox is Latin for Equal Days.
  • On the first day of Spring the sunrise and sunset are about 12 hours apart, everywhere on the Earth and the hours of daylight and night are almost equal. Daylight is a little longer.
  • The Vernal Equinox occurs when the tilt of the Earth’s axis is not facing towards or away from the sun.
  • On the Vernal Equinox the sun is directly above the equator. This also happens on the Autumnal Equinox in Fall around September 22nd.
  • What Happens During Spring?

    • During Spring the Earth’s axis start to tilt towards the sun.
    • The days get longer and warmer.
    • Many animals have babies such as cows, birds, ducks
    • Animals such as bears who hibernate start to wake up and become active.
    • During April you will see more rain showers.
    • During May the flowers will start to bloom.
    • That is where the saying April showers bring May flowers comes from.
    • Easter, Passover, April Fools Day, Earth Day, Arbor Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Cino De Mayo, Holi (festival of colors in India) are all holidays in Spring


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