Multiple Choice Quiz Questions
- In which city did poet John Keats die: (a) Rome, (b) Paris, or (c) London?
- Which two states border Florida: (a) Alabama and Georgia, (b) Alabama and Louisiana, or (c) Georgia and Louisiana?
- The first ever commercial bungie jump took place in which country: (a) South Africa, (b) Australia, or (c) New Zealand?
- Britain's first black archbishop became bishop of where in 2005: (a) Durham, (b) York, or (c) Canterbury?
- Who played Colonel Pickering in the 1964 film My Fair Lady: (a) Wilfrid Hyde-White, (b) Rex Harrison, or (c) Stanley Holloway?
- The river Senne flows through which capital city: (a) Amsterdam, (b) Brussels, or (c) Copenhagen?
- Who is the protagonist of Victor Hugo's 1862 novel Les Miserables: (a) Jean Valjean, (b) Jean Piaget, or (c) Jean Seri?
- When did the British children's television programme Blue Peter first air: (a)1958, (b)1968, or (c)1978?
- Who was the fourth man to walk on the moon: (a) Mr. Bean, (b) Mr. Darcy, or (c) Mr. Kipling?
- Who was king during the Peasant's Revolt: (a) King John, (b) Henry III, or (c) Richard II?
- Where did Disney open a resort on June 16, 2016: (a) Singapore, (b) Shanghai, or (c) Tokyo?
- What was Charles Dickens' first novel: (a) The Pickwick Papers, (b) The Old Curiosity Shop, or (c) Oliver Twist?
- Alabama and Georgia
- New Zealand
- Wilfrid Hyde-White
- Jean Valjean
- Alan Bean
- Richard II
- Shanghai, China
- The Pickwick Papers
Multiple Choice Quiz Questions
- At the time of Casanova's birth which city was the pleasure capital of Europe: (a) Paris, (b) Rome, or (c) Venice?
- Who is leader of the Welsh Party Plaid Cymru: (a) Leanne England, (b) Leanne Stone, or (c) Leanne Wood?
- Most of which African country's wine is produced in Cap Bon: (a) Namibia, (b) South Africa, or (c) Tunisia?
- Who was the fourth Doctor Who: (a) Tom Baker, (b) Jon Pertwee, or (c) Peter Davison?
- 'Socks' was the pet cat of which U.S. President: (a) Ronald Reagan, (b) Bill Clinton, or (c) George W. Bush?
- In 2005, a painting by artist Lucien Freud sold for £3.9 million pounds; who was the subject: (a) Marilyn Monroe, (b) Kate Moss, or (c) Kate Winslet?
- On his birthday in December 2017, how old will Tiger Woods be: (a) 36, (b) 39, or (c) 42?
- Who did Helen Mirren live with in the early 1980s: (a) Liam Neeson, (b) Bob Hoskins, or (c) Peter O'Toole?
- Who starred in the Academy Award-winning 1943 film Der Fuehrer’s Face about the struggles of living in Nazi Germany: (a) Charlie Chaplin, (b) Donald Duck, or (c) Walter Pidgeon?
- Which war ended in 1648 with the signing of the Treaty of Westphalia: (a) Nine Years War, (b) Thirty Years War, or (c) the English Civil War?
- Who in July 2011 made her film debut as Smurfette in The Smurfs: (a) Christina Aguilera, (b) Paris Hilton, or (c) Katie Perry?
- Which coin was first issued on the 9th of June 1982: (a) two pound, (b) one pound, or (c) twenty pence piece?
- Leanne Wood
- Tom Baker
- Bill Clinton
- A nude painting of Kate Moss
- Liam Neeson
- Donald Duck
- Thirty Years War
- Katie Perry
- Twenty pence piece
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