Tiny Almost Useless Trivia II

Can you answer these trivia questions in 15 different categories?

What is the largest country in South America?Geography
What musical featuring puppets is a spoof of 'Sesame Street'?Entertainment
Where can you find the ulna, the radius and the humerus?Science
Which country has had Prime Ministers named Nehru and Gandhi?History
Catching Fire and Mockingjay are sequels to what Suzanne Collins book?Literature
How many teams are in the English Premier League for football?Sports
What part of speech are 'and,' 'but,' and 'or'?Language
Which two fruits are anagrams of CHEAP and LUMP?Just for Fun
Ham, Shem and Japheth are the sons of what famed ark-builder?Religion
What actor won Oscars for 'Philadelphia' and 'Forrest Gump'?Movies
What Fox show about a show choir had to cope with the death of Cory Monteith?Television
What Canadian chanteuse sang 'My Heart Will Go On' for 'Titanic?'Music
What gaming franchise comes from a portmanteau of 'pocket monsters'?Gaming
What male name that ends in 'B' had been #1 in the US for 13 years until 2013?Miscellaneous
What is the earliest Gregorian calendar month Yom Kippur can fall during?Holiday
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