Sunday, February 21, 2016

21 Feb, 2016: Day 68

Question 1:
Which playwright’s work inspired the 2011 film directed by the actor who played Count Laszio de Almásy in 1996? Answer: William Shakespeare.

There are going to be a few hops on this one. Ready? Looking up the answer by using Count Laszio de Almásy yields The English Patient. Inputing Count Laszio de Almásy "The English Patient" actor gives the result of actor Ralph Fiennes. The final jump is inserting Ralph Fiennes director 2011 comes up with his 2011 film adaptation of William Shakespeare's tragedy Coriolanus.

Question 2:
Many of the cave paintings at Lascaux show the animals with heads in profile, but with horns facing forward. This is an example of what convention of representation? Answer: twisted perspective.

Please see Day 57 for the explanation.

Question 3:
What is the largest surviving Latin American language reaching from Columbia to Chile? Answer: Quechua.

Try as your search query Latin American indigenous languages list or indigenous largest language South America. Look for the largest group of speakers.

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