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FREE QUIZ QUESTIONS I
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FREE QUIZ QUESTIONS II (with a Christmas bonus round)
Again, this free quiz is easy to download and then print. It's got an awesome ten rounds: Nicknames, Television, Pot Luck, Where in the World, True or False, In the Pub, Languages and Words, and Compass Points. Extra Rounds: Christmas Trivia, Colours, and tiebreaker questions.
FREE CONNECTION QUIZZES
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FREE SPORT QUIZZES (football and rugby)
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FREE QUIZ QUESTIONS III
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Round 1 - Pot Luck
- In which quiz were clues identified by Greek letters, which were replaced by hieroglyphs in series 4?
- Who became the first British citizen to perform a spacewalk in 2016?
- What were introduced by Chancellor Harold Macmillan on 17 April 1956 as a means of encouraging people to save?
- Which athletic shoe and clothing manufacture's logo is called the 'swoosh'?
- What rank of nobility comes between Earl and Baron?
- What everyday product comes from the Aztec word for 'bitter water'?
- When poet David Dunbar stood for parliament in Dumfries in 1857, what expression did he use to describe the town?
- Who married Margaret Kempson in 1942 and Margaret Roberts in 1951?
- On which social media website would you find 'Larry'?
- Which of the following foods were not rationed during the Second World War but rationed afterwards: Bread, Milk, Cheese or Eggs?
- Only Connect
- Tim Peake
- Premium Bonds
- Queen of the South
- Dennis Thatcher
- Twitter (Larry is the name of the blue bird)
Round 2 - Television
- In which television series is Beyonce pregnant with Michael Jackson's baby?
- Which television drama series features the trial of Joe Miller and the reopening of the Sandbrook case?
- Who sang the theme song to the eighties sitcom A Fine Romance?
- What was the last name of Rachel in the American sitcom Friends?
- Who helps her comedy partner Mel present The Great British Bake Off?
- Phillip Schofield gained his first broadcasting ecperience whilst living with his family in which country?
- Ted Danson portrays sheriff Hank Larsson in the second season of which TV show?
- In Eastenders, Stacey Slater recenly gave birth to her son, what did she name him?
- Which actor played the lead role in the eighties ITV drama The Charmer?
- Imelda Staunton is married to which Downton Abbey actor?
- Judi Dench
- Sue Perkins
- New Zealand
- Nigel Havers
- Jim Carter
Round 3 - Sport
- What nationality is Jean Marc Bosman, famous for the 'Bosman ruling' affecting football throughout Europe?
- Caitlyn Jenner, won an Olympic gold medal in which event?
- Who did Steffi Graf beat to win her first 1990s Wimbledon Singles title?
- Which grand prix circuit is only 1.95 miles long?
- Who was the first player to be Footballer of the Year in both England and Scotland?
- Which city, in 2015, staged The Ultimate Fighting Championship between Ronda Rousey and Holly Holm?
- Which British triathlete is the current Olympic champion?
- What nationality was motor racing legend 'Juan Fangio'?
- With which rugby club did Will Carling play all of his professional career?
- Sledging is a term used in which sport to describe insulting or verbally intimidating the opposing player?
- Gabriela Sabatini
- Gordon Strachan
- Alistair Brownlee
Round 4 - Back to School
- The sinking of the General Belgrano took place during which conflict?
- True or False. The number zero is not an integer?
- Who was emperor of Rome at the time of the death of Jesus?
- Which play is based on a father's fight to clear his son's name after he is expelled from Naval College for stealing a postal order?
- Granite is an example of which of the three main types of rock?
- Who composed the music to The William Tell Overture?
- What is 25% of 92?
- In chemistry, what type of bonding has 'free' electrons?
- What number is represented by the French word 'sept'?
- Which geological period was named after a South Wales Celtic tribe?
- The Falklands War
- The Winslow Boy
- (Gioachino) Rossini
- Metallic bonding
Round 5 - Famous People
- How many times has Madonna been married?
- What nationality was Marie Antoinette?
- Who married Danielle Bux in 2009 and is often referred to as 'Leicester's favourite son'?
- Who was the first poet to be buried in the Poets' Corner of Westminster Abbey?
- Martin Luther King was fatally shot in which city?
- In 1930, who married archaeologist Max Mallowan, having met him in an archaeological dig?
- Who is married to American actress and film producer Jennifer Garner?
- Who had had three children: Susanna, and twins Hamnet and Judith?
- What was Mrs. Beeton's first name?
- Graca Machel was married to who?
- Gary Lineker
- Geoffrey Chaucer
- Agatha Christie
- Ben Affleck
- William Shakespeare
- Nelson Mandella
Round 6 - Geography
- Which US state shares its name with an independent country?
- What is the largest island in the world to be named after a person?
- Name the longest river in Mexico?
- The British Airways i360 is an observation tower being constructed on the seafront of which resort?
- The Hiram Bingham train has what famous location as its destination?
- Paramaribo is the largest city in which country?
- Name Portugal's second largest city?
- The Space Needle is an observation tower, landmark, and icon in which American city?
- Which city has rhe most skyscrapers in the world?
- In which country is Busan the second-largest city?
- Baffin Island
- Rio Grande
- Machu Picchu
- Porto or Oporto
- Hong Kong
- South Korea
Round 7 - Music
- Which American, known for his outrageous and unpredictable stage antics, is the vocalist of proto-punk band The Stooges?
- What is the stage name of Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie?
- Who has had top ten singles with 'Can't Rely on You', and 'Only Love Can Hurt Like This'?
- Who was the only British female to have three UK and US Top Ten singles in the 1980s?
- Kelly Jones is lead singer in which alternative rock band?
- Who released the classic 'Ummagumma' album?
- Who originally managed Girls Aloud until 2005?
- Which band wrote Diana Ross's 'Chain Reaction'?
- Which singer-songwriter and actress appeared as the character Mimi Clifton in 'Midsomer Murders'?
- Which British musician competed for Thailand in alpine skiing at the 2014 Winter Olympics?
- Iggy Pop
- Paloma Faith
- Samantha Fox
- The Stereophonics
- Pink Floyd
- Louis Walsh
- Bee Gees
- Suzi Quatro
Round 8 - Food and Drink
- What food are you traditionally only supposed to eat when there is an 'r' in the month?
- What food dip or spread gets its name from the Arabic word meaning 'chickpeas'?
- Traditional Angel cake consists of three layers of sponge of what three different colours?
- Which citrus fruit got its name from a major city in North Africa?
- Calvados is a French brandy made from which fruit?
- Name the famous restaurant in Bray, Berkshire, run by Heston Blumenthal?
- Calamari is a culinary name for which seafood?
- Aloo gobi is a Pakistani or Indian dish made with potatoes and which other vegetable?(
- Brains is a regional brewery founded in which British city?
- Which strongly flavoured white fish was, in 2009, renamed 'Colin' by Sainsbury's supermarket in a bid to boost sales as an alternative to cod?
- White, pink and yellow (all three needed for the point)
- Tangerines (from Tangiers, Morocco)
- The Fat Duck