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Easy Quiz I
- What was the first name of the Spanish artist Dali?
- Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in which European mountain range?
- How many days are there in February in a leap year?
- Which mode of transport has parts called an envelope, burner and basket?
- If something is done in a clandestine way, how is it done?
- Give the four initials of the organisation responsible for maintaining a database of drivers in Great Britain?
- In the Second World War what was the German equivalent of the RAF?
- Which dance move, in which the dancer moves backwards, was made popular by Michael Jackson?
- Which large animal's name comes from the ancient Greek words for "river horse"?
- What's the name of the historical embroidered long cloth which depicts events leading up to the Battle of Hastings?
- What colour is the circle on the Japanese flag?
- If a letter of the alphabet is not a vowel, what must it be instead?
- What was originally considered to be the ninth planet from the Sun but after 1992 had its status as a large planet changed?
- How many teeth does an adult have?
- Which 13th-century Scottish warrior was played by Mel Gibson in the film Braveheart?
- Not including jokers, how many cards are there in a complete pack of playing cards?
- Which sport is played on a lawn and involves hitting plastic or wooden balls with a mallet through hoops?
- By which three letter abbreviation do we better know the name given to the genetic instructions of all known living organisms?
- Name the only American president to resign from office?
- Which gas is balloon gas, which is used to fill party balloons that float in the air?
- The Alps
- A hot air balloon
- Bayeux Tapestry
- A consonant
- William Wallace
- President Nixon
Easy Trivia II
- What type of trees do dates grow on?
- The country of Lesotho is completely surrounded by which other country?
- In the nursery rhyme, whose wife "could eat no lean"?
- By land area, which is the largest state in the USA?
- Acording to an old proverb, what "gathers no moss"?
- Which type of cycle has only one wheel?
- The nickname Geordie is often given to a person from which large city?
- What is the name of the rubber disc hit in a ice hockey match?
- Which sea separates the islands of Ireland and Great Britain?
- Which queen of the British Celtic Iceni tribe famously led an uprising against the occupying Romans?
- What was the name of the large balloons anchored to the ground by cables in London during the Second World War?
- Bill Gates was the principal founder of which computer company?
- How many sides does a decagon have?
- The first expedition to reach the South Pole was led by which Norwegian explorer?
- If your hobby is philately, what do you collect?
- Adolf Hitler was born in which country?
- Hollywood is a suburb of which American city?
- Hematology is the branch of medicine concerned with the study of what?
- What type of animal are you 'sick as', if you are heart-broken or very disappointed?
- What do Americans call Autumn?
- Palm trees
- South Africa
- Jack Sprat's
- A rolling stone
- A unicycle
- Newcastle (a Geordie is a person from the Tyneside area, which includes Newcastle)
- A puck
- Irish Sea
- Barrage balloons (which served as an obstacle to low-flying enemy aircraft)
- Roald Amundsen
- Los Angeles
- Parrot (as in sick as a parrot)
- The fall