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Bumper Quiz VI

The sixth quiz with many questions and not many seconds..... 30 Questions.

 
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1

Triton is the biggest moon of which planet in our solar system?

  • Saturn
  • Neptune
  • Venus

2

Who wrote "Auld Lang Syne" the Scottish poem, traditionally sung on New Years?

  • Robert Louis Stevenson
  • Robert Fergusson
  • Robert Burns

3

In what year did Henry VIII get the 'Act of Supremacy' passed, making him head of the Church of England?

  • 1524
  • 1534
  • 1544

4

Which English rugby club has the nickname 'The Exiles' ?

  • London Irish
  • Gloucester
  • Bath

5

In what language can 'Jambo' be translated as 'Hello'?

  • Swahili
  • Estonian
  • Yiddish

6

In 2006, Katie Price (Jordan) released her first novel, what was it called?

  • Paradise
  • Angel
  • Clouds

7

What is the name of the new console Nintendo are expecting to release in 2012?

  • Wii U
  • MeeU
  • 64U

8

'Timbuktu' is a city in which country?

  • Ghana
  • Ethiopia
  • Mali

9

How many US presidents have been assassinated whilst in office?

  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

10

In which war is "M*A*S*H" primarily set?

  • Vietnam War
  • Korean War
  • World War II

11

Who is quoted as saying "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." ?

  • Bill Gates
  • Walt Disney
  • Jerry Lewis

12

On the New York Stock Exchange, what stock is consistently the highest in price?

  • Berkshire Hathaway
  • Seaboard Corp.
  • Google Inc.

13

What is the chemical symbol for Gold?

  • Go
  • Au
  • Bv

14

Which famous singer has had hits with "Too Much" , "A Big Hunk o' Love" and "Wooden Heart"?

  • Elvis Presley
  • Johnny Horton
  • Cliff Richard

15

The 'Cold War' ended at the collapse of the Soviet Union, but, when was this?

  • 1982/1983
  • 1986/1987
  • 1990/1991

16

A game of competitive Volleyball is played as a best-of-five sets match. How many points in a set?

  • 17
  • 19
  • 25

17

What part of speech is defined as "any word that modifies verbs or any part of speech other than a noun" ?

  • Adjective
  • Adverb
  • Participle

18

Who is the artist behind "Film", the work recently installed into the Turbine Hall at the Tate Modern?

  • Tacita Dean
  • Doris Salcedo
  • Anish Kapoor

19

Who plays the role of 'Rory Williams' in the 'Doctor Who' franchise?

  • Roger Delgado
  • John Simm
  • Arthur Darvill

20

What is the longest river in Europe?

  • Ural
  • Volga
  • Danube

21

Prince Albert II is the current head of state of which country?

  • Monaco
  • Malta
  • Morocco

22

Which President had what is now infamously known as 'The Enemies List', 20 people considered threats to his presidency?

  • Bill Clinton
  • Jimmy Carter
  • Richard Nixon

23

Who directed the 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy of films?

  • James Cameron
  • Peter Jackson
  • Sam Mendes

24

Second only to Tesco, which supermarket chain has the second-biggest market share in the UK?

  • Sainsbury's
  • Asda
  • Morrisons

25

'Maroon 5' is a pop rock band from what country?

  • USA
  • New Zealand
  • Ireland

26

What year, is sometimes known as "Annus mirabilis", meaning "wonderful year" or "year of wonders" ?

  • 1666
  • 1766
  • 1866

27

Which country will host the 2015 Rugby World Cup?

  • England
  • Japan
  • Australia

28

In the 'Harry Potter' novels, what is the name given to a person who is born to magical parents, but has no magical powers themselves?

  • Muggle
  • Squib
  • Mud-Blood

29

In which county of the UK is Windsor Castle located?

  • Buckinghamshire
  • Bedfordshire
  • Berkshire

30

From which country does the 'Cha-cha-cha' dance originate?

  • Cuba
  • Mexico
  • Brazil

 

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