1. In the Fibonacci Sequence what number comes after 5?
  2. The pope was in town this week. There have been 265 popes before him. The present pope is from Argentina but I would like to know which two countries have provided the most number of popes.
  3. What name is given to an intentional inside joke, hidden message, or feature in an interactive work such as a computer program, video game or DVD menu screen?

  4. Identify the companies or products behind each of these four logos.
    quiz-58-q4-various-logos
  5. What two neighbouring countries joined the European Union on January 1st, 1986?
  6. Listen to this clip from a movie. Name the movie and the two main actors you can hear.

     

     

  7. In mythology there is only one god that is common to both the Greeks and the Romans, which one?
  8. Each country has a two letter SO code by which it is referred to. Often, but not always, it is the same name as the domain extension on a website from that country. there is an example below of putti ng these codes together to create a word. Identify the other three words from the SO codes.
    quiz-58-q8-country-so-codes
  9. In which century was Joan of Arc burned at the stake?
  10. Audio – Synth Classics
  11. Put both these pictures together to come up with the name of a city.
    quiz-58-q11-european-cities
  12. Two bones make up the forearm connecting the elbow to the writs, what are the two bones?
  13. Huma Abedin has been in the news since last Friday. With which well known public figure is she connected with?

  14. Pictures
    quiz-58-q14-comedians
  15. Cape Verde, an island nation, is the westernmost country in which continent?
  16. According to official passenger number records the names of three of the six busiest international airports in the world start with the letter ‘H’. Can you name them? For an extra half point signify which one of these three is the busiest one.
  17. In 2007 which well known American actor created the charity website sixdegrees.org?
  18. Name these four rappers.quiz-58-q18-rappers
  19. In the name of the card found e.g. in mobile phones, often goes by the acronym SIM stand. Name any two of the three
  20. From which European country did Cameroon, Chad, Mauritania, Benin, Gabon, Togo, Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Madagascar and Republic of the Congo all achieve independence in 1960?
  21. Tandoori chicken is popular with many Indian food lovers. What is a ‘tandoor’?

  22. Name these three Oscar winning actresses and the film pictured here (each of the actresses won the award for appearing in this film)
    wuiz-58-q22-oscar-winning-actresses

    1. a/b) Gynneth Paltrow and Shakespeare in Love* c/d Jodie Foster and The Accused or Anklagad
      e/f) Liza Minelli and Cabaret*
      * film title is the same in Swedish
  1. In the Fibonacci Sequence what number comes after 5?
    1. Eight
  2. The pope was in town this week. There have been 265 popes before him. The present pope is from Argentina but I would like to know which two countries have provided the most number of popes.
    1. Italy and France
  3. What name is given to an intentional inside joke, hidden message, or feature in an interactive work such as a computer program, video game or DVD menu screen?
    1. Easter Egg
  4. Identify the companies or products behind each of these four logos.
    quiz-58-q4-various-logos

    1. a) tic tac b) Wi-fi c) Nintendo 64 d) LA Lakers
  5. What two neighbouring countries joined the European Union on January 1st, 1986?
    1. Spain and Portugal
  6. Listen to this clip from a movie. Name the movie and the two main actors you can hear.
    1. Sam Neill and Sean Conney both appearing in the Hunt for Red October.
  7. In mythology there is only one god that is common to both the Greeks and the Romans, which one?
    1. Apollo
  8. Each country has a two letter SO code by which it is referred to. Often, but not always, it is the same name as the domain extension on a website from that country. there is an example below of putti ng these codes together to create a word. Identify the other three words from the SO codes.
    quiz-58-q8-country-so-codes

    1. a) Cheese (CH + EE + SE) c) Trauma (TR + AU + MA) e) Smiles (SM + IL + ES)
      1 point for each correct word , total 3 points)
  9. In which century was Joan of Arc burned at the stake?
    1. 1431
  10. Audio – Synth Classics
    1. a) Halo (Beyonce) n) video Killed the Radio Star (The Buggles) c) The Model (Kraftwerk)
      d) Go West (Pet Shop Boys) e) Popcorn (c) f) Party Like Its 1999 (Prince) g) Noone (Alicia Keys)
      h) Everything Counts (Depechemode)
  11. Put both these pictures together to come up with the name of a city.
    quiz-58-q11-european-cities

    1. a) Bordeaux b) Geneva c) Belgrade d) Warsaw
  12. Two bones make up the forearm connecting the elbow to the writs, what are the two bones?
    1. Radius and Ulna
  13. Huma Abedin has been in the news since last Friday. With which well known public figure is she connected with?
    1. Hillary Clinton
  14. Pictures
    quiz-58-q14-comedians

    1. a) Amy Schumer  b) Sarah Silverman  c) Trevor Noah d) Louis C.K.
  15. Cape Verde, an island nation, is the westernmost country in which continent?
    1. Africa
  16. According to official passenger number records the names of three of the six busiest international airports in the world start with the letter ‘H’. Can you name them? For an extra half point signify which one of these three is the busiest one.
    1. Haneda (Tokyo), Hartsfielt (Atlanta), Heathrow (London)
  17. In 2007 which well known American actor created the charity website sixdegrees.org?
    1. Kevin Bacon
  18. Name these four rappers.quiz-58-q18-rappers
    1. a)Eminem or Marshall Bruce Mathers III b) The Notorious B.I.G. or Biggie or Biggie Smalls
      c) Andre Benjamin or Andre or Andre 3000 d) LL Cool J or Ladies Love Cool James
  19. In the name of the card found e.g. in mobile phones, often goes by the acronym SIM stand. Name any two of the three
    1. Subscriber Identity Module
  20. From which European country did Cameroon, Chad, Mauritania, Benin, Gabon, Togo, Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Madagascar and Republic of the Congo all achieve independence in 1960?
    1. France
  21. Tandoori chicken is popular with many Indian food lovers. What is a ‘tandoor’?
    1. Oven
  22. Name these three Oscar winning actresses and the film pictured here (each of the actresses won the award for appearing in this film)
    wuiz-58-q22-oscar-winning-actresses

    1. a/b) Gynneth Paltrow and Shakespeare in Love* c/d Jodie Foster and The Accused or Anklagad
      e/f) Liza Minelli and Cabaret*
      * film title is the same in Swedish