World Miscellaneous Quiz

World Miscellaneous Quiz

1. Who is the father of Economics? – Adam Smith

2. What is the name of the boy in the Jungle Book? – Mowgli

3. What is the most popular name for Britains public houses? – The Red Lion

4. In which country is Mount Vesuvius located? – Italy

5. Which of the five senses develops first? – Smell

6. Which acid can be found in vinegar? – Acetic acid

7. What type of shark was Jaws? – A great white

8. Who created Population theory? – Thomas Robert Malthus

9. Who issues Special Drawing Rights (SDRs)? – IMF

10. What is the capital of Minnesota? – Saint Paul

11. Where is National Air and Space Museum in the United States of America? – Washington DC, USA

12. The city ‘Hobbs’ located at where in United States of America? – New Mexico

13. What famous sauce is manufactured by McIlhenny & Co? – Tabasco

14. What is sake made from? – Rice

15. In which country was Isaac Newton born? – United Kingdom

16. What type of material is produced in a ginnery? – Cotton

17. Who wrote the poem ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’? – Edward Lear

18. In Gullivers Travels, what is the name of the flying island? – Laputa

19. Who was the author of Whisky Galore? – Compton Mackenzie

20. Who wrote the Waverley novels? – Walter Scott

21. The film Clueless is a modern take on which literary classic by Jane Austin? – Emma

22. In which city is the European Parliament based? – Brussels

23. What is the largest fresh water lake in North America? – Lake Superior

24. In which country is the highest mountain in South America? – Argentina

25. Fort Knox lies in which American state? – Kentucky

26. Tokelau is a dependency of which country? – New Zealand

27. Kosciusko is the highest mountain in which country? – Australia

28. Name the river that flows through the city of Albuquerque in the USA. – Rio Grande

29. A country historically known as Abyssinia, what is the modern name for it? – Ethiopia

30. Which South American country has borders with Columbia and Peru? – Ecuador

31. What was Margaret Thatcher’s maiden name? – Roberts

32. Under which President did the United States invade the Caribbean island of Grenada? –
President Ronald Reagan

33. What nationality is the singer Feist? – Canadian

34. Who wrote the children’s book The Gruffalo? – Julia Donaldson

35. In which art gallery is the Mona Lisa kept? – The Louvre

36. Who painted the famous painting The Scream? – Edvard Munch

37. What was Frankenstein’s first name? – Victor

38. What is the third book of the Bible? – Leviticus

39. Which sci-fi author wrote ‘The Foundation Trilogy’? – Isaac Asimov

40. Which playwright wrote Ghosts and A Doll’s House? – Henrik Ibsen

41. What country was formerly known as Persia? – Iran

42. What is the capital city of Tasmania? – Hobart

43. What country has the largest coastline? – Canada

44. Which country’s national flag has the most colors? – South Africa

45. What is the name of the dam on the Zambia – Zimbabwe border? – Kariba

46. What is the capital city of the American state of Kansas? – Topeka

47. What is the capital city of Botswana? – Gaborone

48. What is the world’s northernmost capital city? – Reykjavik

49. Who wrote the opera The Girl Of The Golden West? – John Adams

50. The name of which Italian cheese means ‘recooked’? – Ricotta

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