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Q 1. Which statement about cows is true?

Option:
  • Brown cows produce chocolate milk
  • Cows have cloven hooves
  • Cows hate the colour red
  • Cows have four stomachs
✔️Right Answer: Cows have cloven hooves

Q1.1 Which statement about cows is true?
  • Cows sleep standing up
  • Brown cows produce chocolate milk
  • Cows are omnivores
  • Cows have one stomach
✔️Right Answer: Cows have one stomach

Q1.2 Which statement about cows is false?
  • Cows regurgitate their food
  • Cows have cloven hooves
  • A group of cows is called a herd
  • Cows have four stomachs
✔️Right Answer: Cows have four stomachs

Q1.3 Which statement about cows is false?
  • Cows sleep standing up
  • Cows have cloven hooves
  • Cows regurgitate their food
  • Cows have one stomach
✔️Right Answer: Cows sleep standing up

Q1.4 Which statement about cows is false?
  • Cows regurgitate their food
  • Cows have cloven hooves
  • Cows hate the colour red
  • Cows have one stomach
✔️Right Answer: Cows hate the colour red

Q 2. Which of these countries does not belong to the UK?

Option:
  • England
  • Ireland
  • Wales
  • Scotland
✔️Right Answer: Ireland

Q2.1 Which of these territories belongs to Great Britain?
  • Wales
  • Jersey
  • Northern Ireland
  • Isle of Man
✔️Right Answer: Wales

Q2.2 Which of these countries does not belong to Great Britain?
  • Wales
  • England
  • Scotland
  • Northern Ireland
✔️Right Answer: Northern Ireland

Q2.3 Which of these countries does not belong to the Commonwealth?
  • South Sudan
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • India
✔️Right Answer: South Sudan

Q2.4 Which of these is the UK not a part of?
  • NATO
  • European Union
  • United Nations
  • World Trade Organisation
✔️Right Answer: European Union
Q 3. Which is the longest river in the world?

Option:
  • Amazon River
  • The Nile
  • Yangtze River
  • Mississippi River
✔️Right Answer: The Nile

Q3.1 Which is the largest continent in the world?
  • Asia
  • North America
  • Africa
  • Australia
✔️Right Answer: Asia

Q3.2 Which is the highest mountain in the world (above sea level)?
  • Mount Everest
  • K2
  • Mount Kilimanjaro
  • Mount McKinley
✔️Right Answer: Mount Everest

Q3.3 Which is the largest country in the world by area?
  • USA
  • Russia
  • China
  • Canada
✔️Right Answer: Russia

Q3.4 Which is the largest ocean in the world?
  • Pacific Ocean
  • Indian Ocean
  • Arctic Ocean
  • Atlantic Ocean
✔️Right Answer: Pacific Ocean

Q 4. Which of these organs do you use for thinking?

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Q4.1 Which of these organs excretes waste products?

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Q4.2 Which of these organs is involved in breathing?

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Q4.3 Which of these organs is involved in digestion?

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Q4.4 Which of these organs pumps your blood?

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Q 5. Which of these countries has left-hand traffic?

Option:
  • Germany
  • France
  • United States
  • United Kingdom
✔️Right Answer: United Kingdom

Q5.1 Which of these countries does not have left-hand traffic?
  • Pakistan
  • United States
  • India
  • Australia
✔️Right Answer: United States

Q5.2 Which of these countries has right-hand traffic?
  • United Kingdom
  • Austria
  • Pakistan
  • India
✔️Right Answer: Austria

Q5.3 Which of these countries does not have right-hand traffic?
  • Austria
  • United States
  • Canada
  • India
✔️Right Answer: India

Q5.4 Which of these countries used to have left-hand traffic but switched to right-hand traffic?
  • Iraq
  • Ireland
  • Iceland
  • Pakistan
✔️Right Answer: Iceland

Q 6. Which of these songs is this singer famous for?

Option:
  • What a Girl Wants
  • Like a Virgin
  • Toxic
  • If You Had My Love
✔️Right Answer: Like a Virgin

Q6.1 Which of these songs is this singer not famous for?
  • Like a Virgin
  • Material Girl
  • Frozen
  • What a Girl Wants
✔️Right Answer: What a Girl Wants

Q6.2 Which of these films did this famous singer appear in?
  • Basic Instinct
  • Cast Away
  • Evita
  • Bugsy Malone
✔️Right Answer: Evita

Q6.3 Which of these films did this famous singer not appear in?
  • Evita
  • Body of Evidence
  • Dick Tracy
  • Cast Away
✔️Right Answer: Cast Away
Q6.4 Which of these albums is this singer not famous for?
  • American Dream
  • Like a Virgin
  • Ray of Light
  • Bedtime Stories
✔️Right Answer: American Dream

Q 7. Which of these planets is closest to the Sun?

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Q7.1  Which of these planets is farthest from the Sun?

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Q7.2 Which of these planets is the smallest?

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Q7.3 Which of these planets is the biggest?

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Q7.4 Which of these planets is the least dense?

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Q 8. Which famous lady is pictured here?

Option:
  • Doris Day
  • Kim Novak
  • Marilyn Monroe
  • Grace Kelly
✔️Right Answer: Grace Kelly

Q8.1 This famous actress starred in which of the following films?
  • Rear Window
  • Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
  • Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
  • Sabrina
✔️Right Answer: Rear Window

Q8.2 This famous actress did NOT star in which of the following films?
  • To Catch a Thief
  • High Society
  • High Noon
  • Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
✔️Right Answer: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Q8.3 Which fact is NOT true about the actress pictured here?
  • 2nd actress in history to appear on a postage stamp
  • Married a Prince
  • Won an Oscar
  • Grew up in a Catholic Community
✔️Right Answer: 2nd actress in history to appear on a postage stamp

Q8.4 The actress pictured here was the muse of which Hollywood director?
  • Howard Hawks
  • Alfred Hitchcock
  • Ingmar Bergman
  • Billy Wilder
✔️Right Answer: Alfred Hitchcock

Q 9. On which continent would you find this national landmark?

Option:
  • North America
  • Asia
  • Africa
  • Australia
✔️Right Answer: Australia

Q9.1 This famous landmark is located in which Australian state?
  • South Australia
  • New South Wales
  • Northern Territory
  • Western Australia
✔️Right Answer: Northern Territory
Q9.2 Which of these facts is NOT true about this famous Australian landmark?
  • It’s made of limestone
  • It’s higher than the Eiffel Tower
  • It’s half a billion years old
  • It’s higher than the Chrysler Building in NY
✔️Right Answer: It’s made of limestone

Q9.3 How old is this ancient rock?
  • 1/2 billion years old
  • 1 billion years old
  • 3 million years old
  • 2 million years old
✔️Right Answer: 1/2 billion years old

Q9.4 This famous Australian landmark is made from which type of rock?
  • Limestone
  • Pumice
  • Granite
  • Sandstone
✔️Right Answer: Sandstone

Q 10. Which of these plays was written by Shakespeare?

Option:
  • Doctor Faustus
  • Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
  • The Taming of the Shrew
  • Nathan the Wise
✔️Right Answer: The Taming of the Shrew

Q10.1 Which of these plays was not written by Shakespeare?
  • Cymbeline
  • Tamburlaine
  • Coriolanus
  • Macbeth
✔️Right Answer: Tamburlaine

Q10.2 Which of these novels was written by Dickens?
  • Tom Jones
  • Moll Flanders
  • Nicholas Nickleby
  • Jane Eyre
✔️Right Answer: Nicholas Nickleby

Q10.3 Which of these novels was not written by Dickens?
  • David Copperfield
  • The Pickwick Papers
  • Tom Jones
  • A Tale of Two Cities
✔️Right Answer: Tom Jones

Q10.4 Which of these novels was not written by Jane Austen?
  • Jane Eyre
  • Mansfield Park
  • Emma
  • Pride and Prejudice
✔️Right Answer: Jane Eyre

Q 11. On which ship did Charles Darwin travel?

Option:
  • HMS Endeavour
  • HMS Victory
  • HMS Challenger
  • HMS Beagle
✔️Right Answer: HMS Beagle

Q 11.1 Which historical person is pictured here?
  • Charles Darwin
  • Thomas Jeerson
  • Gaston Bachelard
  • Mark Twain
✔️Right Answer: Charles Darwin

Q11.2 Which of the following places on earth did this famous figure visit to further his research?
  • New Zealand
  • Antarctica
  • North America
  • Asia
✔️Right Answer: New Zealand

Q11-3 This famous naturalist visited many places on earth to further his research, but which place did he NOT visit?
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Tahiti
  • Asia
✔️Right Answer: Asia

Q11.4 This historical figure was famous for which great work of scientific literature?
Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica
  • Origin of Species
  • Man’s Place in the Universe
  • Discourse on Inequality
  • Origin of Species
✔️Right Answer: Origin of Species
Q 12. Which of these stars is nearest to the sun?

Option:
  • Betelgeuse
  • Proxima Centauri
  • Rigel
  • Wolf 359
✔️Right Answer: Proxima Centauri

Q12.1 Which of these stars is farthest from the sun?
  • Betelgeuse
  • Proxima Centauri
  • Rigel
  • Wolf 359
✔️Right Answer: Rigel

Q12.2 Which of these stars is the brightest?
  • Betelgeuse
  • Proxima Centauri
  • Rigel
  • Wolf 359
✔️Right Answer: Rigel

Q12.3 Which of these stars is the dimmest?
  • Betelgeuse
  • Proxima Centauri
  • Rigel
  • Wolf 359
✔️Right Answer: Wolf 359

Q12.4 Which of these stars is the largest?
  • Betelgeuse
  • Proxima Centauri
  • Rigel
  • Wolf 359
✔️Right Answer: Betelgeuse

Q 13. Where was the painter who created this piece of art born?

Option:
  • Denmark
  • Italy
  • France
  • Netherlands
✔️Right Answer: Netherlands

Q 13.1 What is the title of this world-famous painting?
  • Cypresses in Starry Night
  • Night in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence
  • Starry Night Over the Rhône
  • The Starry Night
✔️Right Answer: The Starry Night

Q13.2 At which museum is this famous painting exhibited?
  • The Louvre, Paris
  • Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao
  • National Gallery, London
  • MoMA, New York
✔️Right Answer: MoMA, New York
Q13.3 Which artist created this painting?
  • Vincent van Gogh
  • George Seurat
  • Karl Schmidt-Rottlu
  • Edvard Munch
✔️Right Answer: Vincent van Gogh

Q13.4 The artist who created this painting famously had a lifelong correspondence by letter with his brother. What was his brother’s name?
  • Theo
  • Laurens
  • Hank
  • Bram
✔️Right Answer: Theo

Q 14. The food pictured here is a traditional dish from which country?

Option:
  • Malaysia
  • China
  • Philippines
  • Thailand
✔️Right Answer: Thailand

Q14.1 The dish pictured here traditionally contains which of these ingredients?
  • Squid ink
  • Fish flakes
  • Egg noodles
  • Peanuts
✔️Right Answer: Peanuts

Q 14.2 The dish pictured here traditionally does NOT contain which of these ingredients?
  • Fish flakes
  • Rice noodles
  • Tamarind juice
  • Eggs
✔️Right Answer: Fish Flakes

Q 14.3 The dish pictured here was created in which decade?
  • 1920s
  • 1940s
  • 1910s
  • 1930s
✔️Right Answer: 1930s

Q14.4 The dish pictured here was invented by which person?
  • Meechai Ruchuphan
  • Chuan Leekpai
  • Samak Sundaravej
  • Plaek Phibunsongkhram
✔️Right Answer: Plaek Phibunsongkhram

Q 15. Which of the following novels was written by the author pictured here?

Option:
  • 1984
  • Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
  • The Great Gatsby
  • Visions of Cody
✔️Right Answer: Visions of Cody

Q15.1 The author pictured here was a contemporary of which of the authors below?
  • John Steinbeck
  • Henry James
  • Herman Melville
  • Allen Ginsberg
✔️Right Answer: Allen Ginsberg
Q 15.2 A great American author is pictured here, and he had a remarkable memory. What was his nickname?
  • “Memory Angel”
  • “Memory Babe”
  • “Memory Mick”
  • “Guru of Memory”
✔️Right Answer: “Memory Babe”

Q15.3 In which year was the author pictured here born?
  • 1945
  • 1930
  • 1922
  • 1913
✔️Right Answer: 1922

Q15.4 Which author is pictured here?
  • William S Burroughs
  • Ernest Hemingway
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Jack Kerouac
✔️Right Answer: Jack Kerouac

Q 16. What is the capital of this country? Type your answer in below!

✔️Right Answer: Beijing

Q16.1 What is the most populated city of this country? Type your answer

✔️Right Answer: Shanghai

Q16.2 Who is currently the head of this country’s central government? Type your answer in below!

✔️Right Answer: Xi Jinping

Q16.3 What is this country’s currency called? Type your answer in below!

✔️Right Answer: Renminbi

Q16.4 What is this country’s official name? Type your answer in below!

✔️Right Answer: People’s Republic of China

Q 17. Which of these is not a flower?

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Q17.1 Which of these allowed the Scots to escape the Vikings?

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Q17.2 Which of these did the first flowers resemble?

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Q17.3 Which of these was used as a ‘cure’ for the bubonic plague in the Middle Ages?

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Q17.4 Which of these was the first flower to grow in Hiroshima after the nuclear attack?

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Q 18. In which country (today’s borders) was this person born?

Option:
  • Austria
  • Germany
  • Switzerland
  • Israel
✔️Right Answer: Germany

Q18.1 Which instrument did this person famously play?
  • Violin
  • Clarinet
  • Guitar
  • Trombone
✔️Right Answer: Violin

Q18.2 Which of these did this person NOT research?
  • Photoelectric eect
  • General relativity
  • Casimir eect
  • Unified Field Theory
✔️Right Answer: Casimir eect

Q18.3 Which school subject was this person rather bad at?
  • History
  • Math
  • French
  • Physics
✔️Right Answer: French

Q18.4 For his research on which topic was this person honoured with the Nobel Prize?
  • General relativity
  • Unified Field Theory
  • Casimir eect
  • Photoelectric eect
✔️Right Answer: Photoelectric eect

Q 19. What is this building called? Type your answer in below!

✔️Right Answer: Taj Mahal

Q19.1 In which year was this building commissioned? Type your answer in below!

✔️Right Answer: 1631

Q19.2 Who commissioned this building? Type the person’s regal name in below!

✔️Right Answer: Shah Jahan

Q19.3 In which city is this building located? Type your answer in below!

✔️Right Answer: Agra

Q19.4 On the bank of which river was this building constructed? Type your answer in below!

✔️Right Answer: Yamuna

Q 20. What is iron abbreviated as in the periodic table?

Option:
  • Ir
  • In
  • Fe
  • F
✔️Right Answer: Fe

Q20.1 Which of these elements has the highest electrical conductivity?
  • Fe
  • Au
  • Cu
  • Ag
✔️Right Answer: Ag

Q20.2 What is gold abbreviated as in the periodic table?
  • Ge
  • Au
  • Gd
  • Ag
✔️Right Answer: Au

Q20.3 Which of these elements is a noble gas?
  • Ts
  • Kr
  • F
  • Cl
✔️Right Answer: Kr

Q20.4 What is sodium abbreviated as in the periodic table?
  • S
  • N
  • Na
  • Si
✔️Right Answer: Na

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