1. In the 2003 MTV Music Video Awards Brittany Spears kissed which female singer on stage?
  2. Crockett and Tubbs were the main characters in which tv series?
  3. The president is elected by the elctoral college. Each state sends representatives to the college based on the size of its population. Which US state sends the most number of delegates?
  4. Solve this logic puzzle
    quiz-59-q4-logic-puzzle
  5. In the Harry Potter series what was a Nimbus 3000?
    1. Broomstick
  6. Listen to this audio clip and identify the sport this is most associated with, which country is this best known to be used by, what is it called and in which language? The audio can be foun on the webiste for playing or downloading.
  7. Which organ in the human body filters and recycles old red blood cells?
  8. Name these three fictional captains and the tv series where they can be found.
    quiz-59-q8-fictional-captains
  9. What are the four ’Horn of Africa’ countries?
  10. Listen to these four tracks before identifying the group and title of the song.
    The clips are on th website for download or for playing)
  11. Identify the company or product behind each of these four logos
    quiz-59-q11-logos
  12. During this year Bill Clinton was impeached by Congress in December because of his affair with Monica Lewinsly, Titanic wins best film at the Oscars and My Heart will Go On was the best selling single in Europé. More importantly in March of that year Fagans opened its doors for the first time. What year was it?
  13. Which author wrote the great story The Old Man and Sea?
  14. Name these four films all starring Natalie Portman:
    quiz-59-q18-films-of-natalie-portman
  15. How many bones does a shark have
    a) none b) between 1 and 300 c) More than 300
  16. Listen to these two national anthems and identify the country: the audio clips can be found on the website to play or to download)
    1.  
  17. The second lalrgest mountain in the world, K2, can be found on the border between which two countries?
  18. Name these four Nobel Peace Prize winners.
    quiz-59-q14-nobel-peace-prize-winners
  19. Which country is the largest medal winner never to host the Olympic Games, this country won a lot of its medals in water polo and fencing?
  20. Nancy Sinatra had a hit in 1967 with the song Somethin Stupid, which other well known singer and actor sang with her on the recording and secondly Robbie Williams had a hit with the same song in 1995, which very well known Australian actress uetted with him on that version?
  21. In the Simpsons TV show what is the name of the pub where Homerodften goes for his Duff Beer?
  22. Name these three well known bridges and identify the cities where they can be found.quiz-59-q22-fictional-bridges
  1. In the 2003 MTV Music Video Awards Brittany Spears kissed which female singer on stage?
    1. Madonna
  2. Crockett and Tubbs were the main characters in which tv series?
    1. Miami Vice
  3. The president is elected by the elctoral college. Each state sends representatives to the college based on the size of its population. Which US state sends the most number of delegates?
    1. California (55 delegates)
  4. Solve this logic puzzle
    quiz-59-q4-logic-puzzle

    1. 1) Peter the Great and Purple
      2) Catherine the Great and Gold
      3) Lenin and Red
      4) Gorbachev and Blue
      5) Ivan the Terrible and Green
      (½ point for each leader in the correct position and ½ point for each colour in the correct position for a tatal of 5 points)
      Read the logic of the answer HERE
  5. In the Harry Potter series what was a Nimbus 3000?
    1. Broomstick
  6. Listen to this audio clip and identify the sport this is most associated with, which country is this best known to be used by, what is it called and in which language? The audio can be foun on the webiste for playing or downloading.
    1. The sport is rugby and the haka is most associated with New Zealand and is performed in the Maori language)
      (½ point for each correct part for a total of four points)
  7. Which organ in the human body filters and recycles old red blood cells?
    1. The Spleen
  8. Name these three fictional captains and the tv series where they can be found.
    quiz-59-q8-fictional-captains

    1. a) McAllister (or the Sea Captain) from The Simpsons
      b) Captain John McIntyre (or Trapper John) from M*A*S*H*
      c) Captain Flint from Black Sails
      (½ point for each correct name and ½ point for each show for a total of 3 points)
  9. What are the four ’Horn of Africa’ countries?
    1. Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti
      (½ point for each correct answer for a total of 2 points)
  10. Listen to these four tracks before identifying the group and title of the song.
    The clips are on th website for download or for playing)
    1. a/b) Stuck in the Middle With You by Steelers Wheel
      c/d) Missing by Everything But the Girl
      e/f) Fade to Grey by Visage
      g/h) Truely, Madly, Deeply by Savage Garden
      (½ point for each song and ½ point for each group for a total of 4 points)
  11. Identify the company or product behind each of these four logos
    quiz-59-q11-logos

    1. a) Amazon b) WordPress c) Trip Advisor d) Runescape
      (½ point for each correct logo for a total of 2 points)
  12. During this year Bill Clinton was impeached by Congress in December because of his affair with Monica Lewinsly, Titanic wins best film at the Oscars and My Heart will Go On was the best selling single in Europé. More importantly in March of that year Fagans opened its doors for the first time. What year was it?
    1. 1998
  13. Which author wrote the great story The Old Man and Sea?
    1. Ernest Hemingway
  14. Name these four films all starring Natalie Portman:
    quiz-59-q18-films-of-natalie-portman

    1. a) Black Swan b) V for Vendetta c) Star Wars (I accepted Star Wars even though it could have been Star war 1 , 2 or 3) d) Leon the Professional)
      (½ point for each correct movie for a total of 2 points)
  15. How many bones does a shark have
    a) none b) between 1 and 300 c) More than 300

    1. None (it is all cartilage)
  16. Listen to these two national anthems and identify the country: the audio clips can be found on the website to play or to download)
    1. a) Denmark b) South Africa
      (½ point for each correct answer for a total of 1 point)
  17. The second lalrgest mountain in the world, K2, can be found on the border between which two countries?
    1. Pakistan and China
      (½ point for each correct answer for a total of 1 point)
  18. Name these four Nobel Peace Prize winners.
    quiz-59-q14-nobel-peace-prize-winners

    1. a) Dalai Lama or Lhama Thondrup b) Malala Yousahfzai
      c) Dag Hammerskjold d) Theodore Roosevelt
      (½ point for each correct answer for a total of 2 points)
  19. Which country is the largest medal winner never to host the Olympic Games, this country won a lot of its medals in water polo and fencing?
    1. Hungary
  20. Nancy Sinatra had a hit in 1967 with the song Somethin Stupid, which other well known singer and actor sang with her on the recording and secondly Robbie Williams had a hit with the same song in 1995, which very well known Australian actress uetted with him on that version?
    1. Her father Frank Sinatra and Nicole Kidman with Robbie Williams
      (½ point for each correct answer for a total of 1 point)
  21. In the Simpsons TV show what is the name of the pub where Homerodften goes for his Duff Beer?
    1. Moes Tavern – I accepted Moes
  22. Name these three well known bridges and identify the cities where they can be found.quiz-59-q22-fictional-bridges
    1. a/b) Rialto bridge of Bridge of Sighs in Venice
      c/d) Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco
      e/f) Ponto Del Vecchio in Florence
      (½ point for each bridge name and ½ point for each city for a total of 3 points)