True or False? Quiz Statistics and Answer Key

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'Head over Heels' Came From a Latin Phrase 'Heae dovre halls'
The correct answer is "False"

'Cold Turkey' began in America, where 'talking turkey' meant being serious.
The correct answer is "True"

'Tongue in Cheek' wasn't used until 1983.
The correct answer is "False"

'Bought the Farm' Originated in Spain During WWI
The correct answer is "False"

'Kick the Bucket' is believed to be linked to death by the noose
The correct answer is "True"

'Raining Cats and Dogs' refers to animals that would take shelter in thatch roofs during rainstorms
The correct answer is "False"

'Mum's the word' was derived from an Icelandic phrase for close friendship; 'Mumst thard'
The correct answer is "False"

'For the Birds' began in the American army.
The correct answer is "True"

'Break a leg' was a phrase meaning good luck after the Prince of Wales made a sarcastic remark about it
The correct answer is "False"