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Quiz I

  1. The New Testament was originally written in which language?
  2. What does the Internet acronym ROFL mean?
  3. What is another name for Gypsum plaster?
  4. The earliest wheelbarrows were used in which country?
  5. As of 2018, who is FLOTUS? (Hint: we want a person's name)
  6. Which country has the highest density of vending machines in the world?
  7. Who asked the quiz questions on University Challenge before Jeremy Paxman?
  8. What sort of vehicle is a vardo?
  9. Thiamine deficiency due to not enough vitamin B is also known by what name?
  10. What is bigger, the hectare or acre?
  11. The name of which Spanish ham literally means "ham from the mountain range"?
  12. Which organisation was founded by Charles Taze Russel in the 1870s?



  13. Which animal is associated with the year 2018 in the Chinese Calendar?
  14. Which spice can also be the name of the top colour of the Indian flag?
  15. Which two word Greek term is an expression that’s found only once in works of literature of which only one instance of use is recorded?
  16. In legend, what nickname was given to the 17th Century female highwayman Katherine Ferrers?
  17. Which actress once said: "Women might be able to fake orgasms. But men can fake a whole relationship"?
  18. What musical instrument was played by George Dawes on TV's Shooting Stars?
  19. What name is given to the small dots on each face of a common six-sided die?
  20. The Welsh settlement of the Chubut Valley is in which sparsley populated region?

Answers:

  1. Greek
  2. Rolling on the floor laughing
  3. Plaster of Paris
  4. China
  5. Melania Trump (FLOTUS stands for First Lady of the United States)
  6. Japan
  7. Bamber Gascoigne
  8. A traditional horse-drawn wagon used by British Romani people
  9. Beriberi
  10. Hectare (one hectare contains about 2.47 acres)
  11. Serrano
  12. Jehovah's Witnesses
  13. Year of the Dog
  14. Saffron
  15. Hapax legomenon (made famous in a 2015 question on University Challenge)
  16. The Wicked Lady
  17. Sharon Stone
  18. Drums
  19. Pips
  20. Patagonia (in Argentina)




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