General Knowledge Quiz 2
A GK Quiz 20 Questions.
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According to which belief is the concept of time a paradox and an illusion?
Church of The Latter Day Saints (Mormon)
What planet of the Solar System does this sign represent?
Which British medal was awarded for "Acts of the greatest heroism or of the most conspicuous courage in circumstances of extreme danger"?
The Military Cross
The George Cross
The Victoria Cross
The Distinguished Service Order
What is the next line in this nursery rhyme - "One Two, buckle my shoe - - - - -"?
"Three four, lay them straight"
"Three four, pick up sticks"
"Three four, shut the door"
"Three four, a big fat hen"
Which of the following creatures would possess 'Ampullae of Lorenzini'?
At 2,962m (9,718ft.) which is Germany's highest mountain?
The island of Curacao in the Caribbean is a constituent country of which European sovereign state?
With a price tag of $1.3 million, what are the world's most expensive pair of jeans (in 2015-2016)?
Escada Swarovski Crystal
Dussault Apparel Thrashed Denim
Secret Circus Diamonds
Earnest Sown Custom Fit
As of August 2016, which is the only man-made probe to have visited both Neptune and Uranus?
The comedy duo Hinge and Brackett lived in which fictitious English town?
In Cockney rhyming slang, what are your "Hampsteads"?
The American STP motor-oil company was founded in 1953 and their car stickers became popular in the 1970's, what did their initials 'STP' stand for?
South Texas Project
Standard temperature & pressure
Scientifically treated petroleum
As of August 2016, who is the current (womens) Olympic and world heptathlon champion?
Lilli Schwarzkopf (Germany)
Tatyana Chernova (Russia)
Jessica Ennis-Hill (GB)
Nataliya Dobrynska (Ukraine)
Canasta is part of which family of card games?
With over 100 million copies sold to date (August 2016), which is Agatha Christie's best selling novel?
'And then there were none'
'Murder on the Orient Express'
'The murder of Roger Ackroyd'
'Evil under the Sun'
Which member of the "Banana Splits" (TV show) was the drumming Gorilla?
Which British Prime Minister's reign in office began on 7th April 1908 and lasted until 7th December 1916?
Herbet Henry Asquith
Andrew Bonar Law
In chemistry, what are metals that are resistant to corrosion and oxidation known as?
In 2006, which Finnish band became the first and only (up to 2016) hard rock act to win the Eurovision Song Contest?
And finally, what UK motorway sign does this indicate?
Advisory speed limit sign
Mandatory speed limit sign
Minimum speed limit sign
Beware of fog, visibility 50 yds.
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