1. TELEVISION
    In 2000 which TV show made a joke prediction about Donald Trump running for and becoming president of the USA?
  2. RELIGION
    Which religion was founded by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard?
  3. SPORT
    In NHL hockey what is the full name of the team called the Devils?
  4. IN THE NEWS
    Four people or things that have been in the news lately, name the three people and one product.
    quiz-60-q4-in-the-news
  5. HISTORY
    Name both of the islands that Napoleon Bonaparte was exiled to in 1814 and again in 1815.
  6. MOVIE TRAILERS
    Listen to these two clips from movie trailers and identify the two movies.
  7. GEOGRAPHY
    50/50 . Which is longer, the Suez Canal or the Panama Canal?
  8. ANIMAL MASHUPS
    There are two animals in each of these images, name both.
    quiz-60-q8-animal-mashups
  9. MUSIC
    Success in the music world often is measured by the number of albums sold. The top group is the list of bands or artists who have sold more than 250 million albums. This group only contains seven singers or groups. Three are obviously The Beatles, Elvis and Pink Floyd. Name the remaining four (2 UK and 2 USA, three individual singers and 1 group)
  10. MUSIC
    Listen to these four music clips and identify the band/singer and song.
  11. SATELLITE IMAGES
    Here are four satellite images of well known locations. Name the four specific locations (the name of the city is not enough (in the case of c I am referring to the area around the singled out building in the top middle of the image)
    quiz-60-q11-satellie-images
  12. TELEVISION
    In the TV show Friends ,where Joey has a favourite book , written by Stephen King, which often scares him when he reads it, what is the name of the book and where does he hide it?
  13. GEOGRAPHY
    Beaufort, Barents and Kara are three of the many marginal seas of which ocean?
  14. OSCAR WINNERS
    Two actors who won Oscar for playing a real person, name the actor and the real person they are portraying.
    quiz-60-q14-actors-plying-real-people
  15. ADVERTISING
    In Swedish television advertising, which product bas a slogan ”See you on Saturday”?
  16. MUSIC
    Listen this this music clip, name it and the composer.
  17. LITERATURE
    Ray Bradbury’s 1962 novel Something Wicked This Way Comes takes its title from the penultimate act of which Shakespeare play?
  18. SINGERS
    Name these four singers.
    quiz-60-q18-singers
  19. LANGUAGES
    From which language does the word safari originate?
  20. HISTORY
    What did Valentina Tereshkova do in 1963 that made her famous?
  1. BOARD GAMES
    This board game, first produced in the United States in 1891 has a trademarked name which when translated means ”yes yes”. What is the game?
  1. AIRCRAFT
    Three well known aircraft. Name the brand and number of each of these.
    quiz-60-q22-aircraft

 

 

  1. TELEVISION
    In 2000 which TV show made a joke prediction about Donald Trump running for and becoming president of the USA?

    1. The Simpsons
  2. RELIGION
    Which religion was founded by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard?

    1. Scientology
  3. SPORT
    In NHL hockey what is the full name of the team called the Devils?

    1. New Jersey Devils
  4. IN THE NEWS
    Four people or things that have been in the news lately, name the three people and one product.
    quiz-60-q4-in-the-news

    1. a) Leonard Cohen b) Ivanka Trump c) Toblerone d) Theresa May
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
  5. HISTORY
    Name both of the islands that Napoleon Bonaparte was exiled to in 1814 and again in 1815.

    1. Elba and Saint Helena
      (½ point for each correct answer)
  6. MOVIE TRAILERS
    Listen to these two clips from movie trailers and identify the two movies.
    1. a) The Fifth Element b) Wall-E
      ( ½ point for every correct answer)
  7. GEOGRAPHY
    50/50 . Which is longer, the Suez Canal or the Panama Canal?

    1. Suez (approx 100 miles v Panama 50 miles)
  8. ANIMAL MASHUPS
    There are two animals in each of these images, name both.
    quiz-60-q8-animal-mashups

    1. a/b) Bear and Sloth c/d) Camel and Meerkat
      e/f) Chipmunk and Tarantula
      ( ½ point for every correct animal)
  9. MUSIC
    Success in the music world often is measured by the number of albums sold. The top group is the list of bands or artists who have sold more than 250 million albums. This group only contains seven singers or groups. Three are obviously The Beatles, Elvis and Pink Floyd. Name the remaining four (2 UK and 2 USA, three individual singers and 1 group)

    1. Michael Jackson, Madonna, Elton John and Led Zeppelin
      ( ½ point each)
  10. MUSIC
    Listen to these four music clips and identify the band/singer and song.
    1. a/b) Walk of Life by Dire Straits
      c/d) Heroe by Enrique Iglesias
      e/f) November Rain by Guns and Roses
      d/h) The Joker by The Steve Miller Band
      ( ½ point for each correct song title and ½ point for each correct artist)
  11. SATELLITE IMAGES
    Here are four satellite images of well known locations. Name the four specific locations (the name of the city is not enough (in the case of c I am referring to the area around the singled out building in the top middle of the image)
    quiz-60-q11-satellie-images

    1. a) Central Park (New York) b) Statue of Liberty (New York) c) Temple Mount or Dome of the Rock (Jerusalem) d) Turning Torso (Malmö)
  12. TELEVISION
    In the TV show Friends ,where Joey has a favourite book (written by Stephen King) which often scares him when he reads it, what is the name of the book and where does he hide it?

    1. It is The Shining (by Stephen King) and he hides it in the Freezer
      (½ point for each correct answer)
  13. GEOGRAPHY
    Beaufort, Barents and Kara are three of the many marginal seas of which ocean?

    1. Arctic Ocean
  14. OSCAR WINNERS
    Two actors who won Oscar for playing a real person, name the actor and the real person they are portraying.
    quiz-60-q14-actors-plying-real-people

    1. a/b) Leonardo Di Caprio and Hugh Glass (The Revenant)
      c/d) Nicole Kidman and Virginia Wolff (The Hours)
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
  15. ADVERTISING
    In Swedish television advertising, which product bas a slogan ”See you on Saturday”?

    1. Stryktipset
  16. MUSIC
    Listen this this music clip, name it and the composer.
    1. Canon in D by Pachelbel – i accepted just Canon
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
  17. LITERATURE
    Ray Bradbury’s 1962 novel Something Wicked This Way Comes takes its title from the penultimate act of which Shakespeare play?

    1. Macbeth
  18. SINGERS
    Name these four singers.
    quiz-60-q18-singers

    1. a) Shania Twain b) Enya c) Tina Turner d) Fergie (from Black Eyed Peas)
      ( ½ point for every correct answer)
  19. LANGUAGES
    From which language does the word safari originate?

    1. Swahili
  20. HISTORY
    What did Valentina Tereshkova do in 1963 that made her famous?

    1. First woman in space
  1. BOARD GAMES
    This board game, first produced in the United States in 1891 has a trademarked name which when translated means ”yes yes”. What is the game?

    1. Ouija
  1. AIRCRAFT
    Three well known aircraft. Name the brand and number of each of these.
    quiz-60-q22-aircraft

    1. a/b) Airbus 380 c/d) Boeing 747 e/f) Boeing or B52
      (½ point for each manafacturer and ½ point for each number)