1. Hidden under his coat, which famous lady walked out the door with Vincenzo Peruggia on the morning of the 21st of August, 1911?
  2. David Prowse and James Earl Jones portrayed which fictional character between 1977 and 1983?
  3. Which planet in the solar system is named after the Roman God of the sea?
  4. Four stories that made the news in recent days or weeks, what are each of these stories about? (Early September 2016)
    quiz-51-q4-in-the-news
  5. Rain in Face allegedly cut the heart out of which famous American in 1876?
  6. Listen to the 54 second excerpt from a movie trailer which had a cinematic release in June of 2016. Name the film?
  7. Canada holds the record for Olympic medals in what two winter sports?
  8. Three characters from the world of computer games. Nme each of the characters and game or game series that they appear in.
    quiz-51-q8-computer-game-characters
  9. Swimming is one of the events that take place during the modern pentathlon event at the Olympic Games. Name the other four?
  10. Listen to the excerpts of these four songs. Name the four songs and the artist who had a hit with the version you are listening to.
  11. Four Coca Cola can labels, which country were they sold in?
    quiz-51-q11-coco-cola-labels
  12. Foccacia from Italy and Torta from Spain are types of what?
  13. Who was the first person to break the sound barrier as a human projectile?
    a. Geoffrey de Havilland jr,  b. Chuck Yeager,  c. Malcolm Campbell,  d. Felix Baumgartner
  14. Name these four legends of the silver screen?
    quiz-51-q14-screen-legends
  15. The Philadelpha Fillies play in which sport?
  16. Listen to the audio clip below. It was a big hit all over the world in 2013. Name the artist and the song.
  17. Mimus Polyglottos is the name for the common or northern hemisphere bird which is known for mimicking the call of dozens of other birds?
  18. Name these four fictitious dogs.
    quiz-51-q18-fictional-dogs
  19. What is the medical name for ear wax?
    a) Cerumen b) Myalgia c) Tinnea Pedus
  20. Founded in France in response to the Biafran War, what is the name of the international humanitarian aid organisation, best known for working in war-torn regions
  21. The national flag of Algeria depicts a red star and crescent on a field divided vertically into which two colours?
  22. Logic and Reasoning
  1. Hidden under his coat, which famous lady walked out the door with Vincenzo Peruggia on the morning of the 21st of August, 1911?
    1. Mona Lisa
  2. David Prowse and James Earl Jones portrayed which fictional character between 1977 and 1983?
    1. Darth Vader
  3. Which planet in the solar system is named after the Roman God of the sea?
    1. Neptune
  4. Four stories that made the news in recent days or weeks, what are each of these stories about? (Early September 2016)
    quiz-51-q4-in-the-news

    1. a) Pandas removed from the endangered list b) Philipino president called Obama the Son of a Whore c) The Paralymics are on in Rio d) Hillary has pneumonia
      (½ point each)
  5. Rain in Face allegedly cut the heart out of which famous American in 1876?
    1. general George Custer
  6. Listen to the 54 second excerpt from a movie trailer which had a cinematic release in June of 2016. Name the film?

    1. Warcraft

  7. Canada holds the record for Olympic medals in what two winter sports?
    1. Ice Hockey and Cirling
    (½ point each)
  8. Three characters from the world of computer games. Nme each of the characters and game or game series that they appear in.
    quiz-51-q8-computer-game-characters

    1. a/b) Yoshi from Super Mario Brothers  c/d) Tails from Sonic the Hedgehiog
      e/f)  Brucie from Grand Theft Auto
      (½ point each)
  9. Swimming is one of the events that take place during the modern pentathlon event at the Olympic Games. Name the other four?
    1. Showjumping, Running, Shooting, Fencing
      (½ point each)
  10. Listen to the excerpts of these four songs. Name the four songs and the artist who had a hit with the version you are listening to.

    1. a/b) Hot Stuff by Donna Summer
    c/d) Play that Funky Music by Wild Cherries
    e/f) Killing Me Softly by Roberta Flack
    g/h) Black Betty by Ram Jam
    (½ point each)

  11. Four Coca Cola can labels, which country were they sold in?
    quiz-51-q11-coco-cola-labels

    1. a) Russia b) Thailand c) China d) Israel
      (½ point each)
  12. Foccacia from Italy and Torta from Spain are types of what?
    1. Flat breads
  13. Who was the first person to break the sound barrier as a human projectile?
    a. Geoffrey de Havilland jr,  b. Chuck Yeager,  c. Malcolm Campbell,  d. Felix Baumgartner

    1. Felix Baumgartner (in 2011)
  14. Name these four legends of the silver screen?
    quiz-51-q14-screen-legends

    1. a) jane Seymour b) Jane Fonda c) Jane Russell d) Raquel Welch
      (½ point each)
  15. The Philadelpha Fillies play in which sport?
    1. Baseball
  16. Listen to the audio clip below. It was a big hit all over thre world in 2014. Name the artist and the song.

    1. Royals by Lorde
    (½ point each)

  17. Mimus Polyglottos is the name for the common or northern hemisphere bird which is known for mimicking the call of dozens of other birds?
    1. Mockingbird
  18. Name these four fictitious dogs.
    quiz-51-q18-fictional-dogs

    1. a) Mr. Peanutbutter  b) Odie c) Fang d) rin Tin Tin
      (½ point each)
  19. What is the medical name for ear wax?
    a) Cerumen b) Myalgia c) Tinnea Pedus

    1. Cerumen
  20. Founded in France in response to the Biafran War, what is the name of the international humanitarian aid organisation, best known for working in war-torn regions
    1. Doctors Without Borders
  21. The national flag of Algeria depicts a red star and crescent on a field divided vertically into which two colours?
    1. Green and White
  22. Logic and Reasoning