Quiz Questions

Only "Quiz Questions" that I have confirmed the answer to will be posted here


Q: A planet that has two suns is said to orbit what kind of star system?
A: Binary

Q: Saturn's rings are made of chunks of rock and what else?
A: Ice

Q: What is the nearest large, spiral galaxy to us?
A: Andromeda

Q: What is the nearest star to us?
A: sun

Q: Which planet is closest to our sun?
A: Mercury

Art And Music

Q: What was the Beetles'  first no. 1 hit?
A: Please Please Me


Q: What is the name of the protein found in saliva that helps to heal wounds?
A: Slpi

Q: What is a group of cats called?
A: clouder

Q: The Yellow Center of an egg is called what?
A: Yolk


Q: “National Anthem of Mauritania” is the national anthem of what country?
A: Mauritania

Q: Siberia is in what country?
A: Russia

Q: True or False: You can walk from Paris to Beijing
A: true

Q: What is the capital of Canada?
A: Ottawa

Q: What is the capital of Croatia?
A: Zegreb

Q: What is the capital of Indonesia?
A: Jakarta

Q: What is the capital of Jamaica?
A: Kingston

Q: What is the capital of Lithuania?
A: Vilnius

Q: What is the capital of Montenegro?
A: Podgorica

Q. What is the capital of Pakistan?
A: Islamabad

Q: What is the capital of Panama?
A: Panama City

Q: What is the capital of Papua New Guinea?
A: Port Moresby

Q: What is the capital of Saudi Arabia?
A: Riyadh

Q: What is the capital of Serbia?
A: Belgrade

Q: What is the capital of Sierra Leone?
A: Freetown

Q: What is the capital of Uganda?
A: Kampala

Q: What is the capital of Ukraine?
A: Kiev

Q: What is the large bay or gulf in Australia called?
A: Gulf of Carpentaria


Q: A word that describes a noun is called what?
A: Adjective

Q: A sentence is a group of words which describes or imparts a complete what?
A: thought


Q: The Emperor of Japan is also known as the what?
A: Mikado

Q: The Statue of Liberty was given to the USA by what country?
A: France

Q: The earliest known form of writing is called?
A: Cuniform


Q: "Pferd" is 'Horse' in what language?
A: German


Q: How many thieves were companions of Ali Baba?
A: 40


Q: February is the ____st/nd/rd/th day of the year.
A: 34

Q: How many days in a normal year?
A: 365

Q: How many seconds in a week?
A: 604800

Q: Round off the following number to the nearest decimal place: 21:29
A: 21.5

Q: True or False: if A is less than B, and B is less than C, A is greater than C.
A: False


Q: Puffy white clouds that may bring rain are what?
A: Cumulus


Q: At work I am called a potter. What do I make?
A: Pottery


Q: In Irish legends, there is about to be serious trouble in a home if you hear the _____ Wail.
A: Banshee

Q: In Norse mythology, whose brother, Loki, caused trouble wherever he went?
A: Helblindi


Q: A generally round vehicle used for taking explorers to the deepest oceans is called what?
A Bathysphere

Q: True or false: Some dolphins live only in rivers.
A: True

Q: What is another name for Killer Whale?
A: Orca


Q: Which dinosaur was named for the three horns on it’s head?
A: Triceratops


Q: Parrots have how many toes on each foot?
A: 4

Q:True or false: a "live-bearer" is a fish that gives birth to free-swimming young.
A: true


Q: What force causes two objects to warm up when rubbed together?
A: Friction

Q: A group of dolphins is called a what?
A: pod


Q:Geology is the study of what?
A: Rocks

Q:Hydrology is the study of what?
A: Water


Q: What country does the Dalmatian come from?
A: Croatia

Q: Name one type of bird that is a member of the Ratite Family.
A: Ostrich

Q: True or false: Rabbits are members of the rodent family.
A: False

Q: What breed of dog was developed specifically for hunting badgers?
A: Dachshund