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General Knowledge
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1. By what name is St. Stephens Day better known?
Boxing Day
2. How many inches are in a yard? 36
3. Which company produces `Miniature Heroes`
chocolates?
Cadburys
4. How is the number 1000 represented in Roman
numerals?
M
5. Multiply this year by last year? 4046132
6. How many spots are there on a dice?
21
7. What is the name of a polygon with 10 sides? Decagon
8. What is the largest number you can make with the
numbers 5, 1, 9, 2? 9521 (I will accept 9x5x2x1 = 90)
9. How many years on the throne did the Queen celebrate
this year?
60
10,000m
and
5,000m
(for 2 points)
10. What two events did Mo Farah
win at
the
Olympics?
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Music
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1. So Solid Crew had how many seconds to go?
21
2. How many members in the4Beatles
were
there?
(Ringo, Paul, John
& George
for extra points)
3. Which Britney Spears song has the number 1 in the
title?
Baby ONE more time
4. Which Jay-Z song has a 2 digit number in
title?
99the
problems
5. How many people wrote the song "Scream", performed
by Usher
3
Back in time
6. Which PitBull song was in the film Men In Black III?
Loud
7. What does the word “forte” mean?
LouisDirection?
Tomlinson (he’s 20 and is Birthday is
8. Who is the oldest member of One
Christmas Eve)
9. How old is Madonna ?
54
10. The Rolling Stones have been together for how long?
50 years
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Sport
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1. In which sport would you find a ‘silly mid on’??
Cricket
2. In ten-pin bowling, what name is given to knocking
down all ten pins with two balls
Spare
3. Who is this? For an extra point what
is he?
Andy nationality
Murray - Scottish
4. What distance is covered in one circuit of a modern
outdoor running track? ?
400m
5. What football club is the oldest surviving club?
Sheffield Utd
6. How many times has the UK hosted the Olympics?
3 – 1908, 1948 and 2012
7. Who was the first person to run a mile in under 4 mins?
Roger Bannister
8. What is a perfect score in gymnastics?
10
9. Which 2 teams compete for The Ashes ?
andon
England
10. What are the positions of the Australia
two players
a netball
team who are permitted to shoot?
Goal Attack (GA) and Goal Shooter (GS) – 2 points
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Science and Nature
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1. Where in the human body would you find the metatarsals?
Foot
2. Which of the following could you use to measure how far
you had walked? A Pedometer, A Cryometer
or a Micrometer
Pedometer
3. In computing what does RAM stand Random
for?
Access Memory
4. What is the name given to a young lion?
A cub
5. Dry ice is a frozen form of which gas?
Carbon Dioxide
6. What unit do barometers and weather maps usually display
atmospheric pressure in?
Millibars
7. In trigonometry, what is calculated by the adjacent over the
hypotenuse?
Cos
8. Which mineral forms the lead in a pencil?
Graphite
(will accept Cosine – its proper name)
9. What do 1,000 gigabytes make?
Terabyte
10. What is the usual colour of copper sulphate?
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Blue
TV and Film
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1. What character does the winner of I’m a Celebrity play?
Janine
2. Woody and Buzz Lightyear are two of Andy’s toys. Who is
the next door neighbour that Andy’s toys fear
Sid
3. What is the meaning of the phrase “Hakuna Matata”?
No worries
4. Which of Forrest Gump’s body parts was wounded, thereby
Buttocks
sending him home from Vietnam?
Sue Barker
5. Who hosts “A Question of Sport”??
6. In which film does the line “Toto, I've a feeling we're not in
Wizard of Oz
Kansas anymore” appear?
7. Which children`s television show featured characters
of
Rainbow
George, Zippy and Bungle?
Home
and Away
8. Which long-running Australian soap is set
in Summer
Bay?
9. Who played the Vicar of Dibley?
10. Which series did Jack Bauer feature?
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Dawn French
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