1. SWEDISH GEOGRAPHY
    How many Lanskap are there in Sweden
  2. TELEVISION
    Name the four central characters in the TV show Seinfeld?
  3. RELIGIONS
    Who is the founder of the Scientology religion?
  4. ROYALTY
    As of today, (December 2016), how old is Queen Elisabeth and in which decade did she ascend to the throne?
  5. LOGOS
    Identify these four brands of tyre maker.
  6. GEOGRAPHY
    If one was to walk between any point in these two countries what is the fewest number of countries that one would need to walk through )not over sea and not necessarily the shortest route). For example the fewest number of countries one can walk through between North Korea and Norway is one (Russia). ITALY to PORTUGAL  FRANCE to LITHUANIA
  7. DISNEY QUESTION
    What is the name of the village bad guy on Disneys animated feature Beauty and the Beast?
  8. MOVIE QUOTES
    Name the four movies that these quotes come from and name the actor who said this? (You could make it more difficult by asking for the character as well/instead of) a) “There’s no place like home” b)“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while you could miss it” c)“Get busy living or get busy dying” d)“They may take our lives but they will never take our freedom”

  9. FLAGS
    Yhere are four colours that are considered the Pan Arabic colours in that they are the colours of all flags in those nations. What are the four colours?
  10. BUSINESS
    In terms of the number of McDonalds restaurants, which one of these countries has more than the other two and which one has the fewest: Sweden, Poland, Japan?

  11. CHRISTMAS
    According to the song “The 12 Days of Christmas” what gift was given on Day 7?
  12. ACRONYMS
    Give the full versions of these well-known acronyms, a) AWOL b) USSR c) SWAT d) LMAO
  13. SPORT
    In which decade was the first sub ten second one hundred metres run in competition?
  14. SPORT
    Which country will host the FIFA World Cup in 2022
  15. LITERATURE
    Name the four hobbits that were part of the fellowship in the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

  16. MOVIES
    In the film The Matrix, was the pill that Neo had to swallow to remain in the matrix red or blue?
  17. MUSIC
    How many members did each of these so called “boy bands” have when they became famous (one answer); NSync, Backstreet Boys, One Direction, Westlife?
  18. NATURAL WORLD
    Match up these four animals with their collective noun; Deer, Penguins, Kangaroos, Turkeys Gang, Mob, Herd, Colony
  19. ONE WORD FITS ALL
    One word fits all four. Which word can go before each of these four to make new words; man, son, front, bird?
  20. TRUE OR FALSE
    True or false, the population of London is greater than the population of Scotland?

 

  1. SWEDISH GEOGRAPHY
    How many Lanskap are there in Sweden?

    1. 25
  2. TELEVISION
    Name the four central characters in the TV show Seinfeld?

    1. Jerry Seinfeld, Kosmo Kramer, Elaine Bennis, George Costanza
      ( ½ point for every correct answer)
  3. RELIGIONS
    Who is the founder of the Scientology religion?

    1. L. Ron Hubbard
  4. ROYALTY
    As of today, (December 2016), how old is Queen Elisabeth and in which decade did she ascend to the throne?

    1. She is 90 (DOB April 21st, 1926) and ascended to the throne in 1952
      ( ½ point for every correct answer)
  5. LOGOS
    Identify these four brands of tyre maker.

    1. a) Good Year b) Dunlop c) Bridgestone d) Michelin
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
  6. GEOGRAPHY
    If one was to walk between any point in these two countries what is the fewest number of countries that one would need to walk through )not over sea and not necessarily the shortest route). For example the fewest number of countries one can walk through between North Korea and Norway is one (Russia). ITALY to PORTUGAL FRANCE to LITHUANIA

    1. There are two countries between Italy and Portugal (France and Spain) There are two countries between France and Lithuania (Germany and Poland)
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
  7. DISNEY QUESTION
    What is the name of the village bad guy on Disneys animated feature Beauty and the Beast?

    1. Gaston
  8. MOVIE QUOTES
    Name the four movies that these quotes come from and name the actor who said this? (You could make it more difficult by asking for the character as well/instead of) a) “There’s no place like home” b)“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while you could miss it” c)“Get busy living or get busy dying” d)“They may take our lives but they will never take our freedom”

    1. a) Wizard of Oz by Dorothy Gale played by Judy Garland b) Ferris Bueller’s Day off by Ferris Bueller played by Matthew Broderick c) The Shawshank Redemption by Andy Dufresne played by Tim Robbins or    The Shawshank Redemption by Ellis Boyd ‘Red’ Redding with Morgan Freeman d) Braveheart by William Wallace played by Mel Gibson
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
  9. FLAGS
    Yhere are four colours that are considered the Pan Arabic colours in that they are the colours of all flags in those nations. What are the four colours?

    1. Red, White, Black. Green
      ( ½ point for every correct answer)
  10. BUSINESS
    In terms of the number of McDonalds restaurants, which one of these countries has more than the other two and which one has the fewest: Sweden, Poland, Japan?

    1. Japan has most and Sweden has fewest
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
  11. CHRISTMAS
    According to the song “The 12 Days of Christmas” what gift was given on Day 7?

    1. Seven Swans a Swimming
  12. ACRONYMS
    Give the full versions of these well-known acronyms, a) AWOL b) USSR c) SWAT d) LMAO

    1. a) Absent Without Leave b) Union of Soviet Socialist Republics c) Special Weapons and Tactics d) Laugh My Ass Off
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
  13. SPORT
    In which decade was the first sub ten second one hundred metres run in competition?

    1. The first legal one in 1968 by Jim Hines 9.95 seconds though there were earlier times but will illegal winds. Hines record was at high altitude, the first at low altitude and using automatic timing was Carl Lewis in 1983
  14. SPORT
    Which country will host the FIFA World Cup in 2022

    1. Qatar
  15. LITERATURE
    Name the four hobbits that were part of the fellowship in the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

    1. Frodo Baggins, Samwise Gamgee (Sam), Peregrin Took (Pippin) and Meriadoc Brandybuck (Merry)
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
  16. MOVIES
    In the film The Matrix, was the pill that Neo had to swallow to remain in the matrix red or blue?

    1. Blue
  17. MUSIC
    How many members did each of these so called “boy bands” have when they became famous (one answer); NSync, Backstreet Boys, One Direction, Westlife?

    1. They all had five members
  18. NATURAL WORLD
    Match up these four animals with their collective noun; Deer, Penguins, Kangaroos, Turkeys Gang, Mob, Herd, Colony

    1. A herd of deer A colony of penguins A mob of Kangaroos A gang of turkeys ( ½ point for each correct answer)
  19. ONE WORD FITS ALL
    One word fits all four. Which word can go before each of these four to make new words; man, son, front, bird?

    1. Sea ( Seaman, Season, Sea Front, Seabird)
  20. TRUE OR FALSE
    True or false, the population of London is greater than the population of Scotland?

    1. False (Scotland has 5.422 million, London has over 10 million)