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Easy Quiz Questions and Answers
No.-1. Where is the Jura Mountains?
No.-2. Which river is poetically called “Isis” until it flows through Oxford?
Answer: The Thames.
No.-3. The capital of Bhutan?
No.-4. What is the unit currency in Spain called?
No.-5. In which country is the Rhone?
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No.-6. Which type of menswear is associated with swing jazz?
Answer: Zoot suit.
No.-7. Of which country is Cyrenaica a part?
No.-8. Where is the Leaning Tower of Pisa?
Answer: Tuscany, Italy.
No.-9. In which city of America is located the Walt Disney World Resort?
Answer: Orlando, Florida, USA.
No.-10. The oldest golf club in India is the second oldest in the world after England. Where is it located?
No.-11. Which country is the biggest livestock-raiser in South America?
No.-12. What is an important meeting between world political leaders usually called?
Answer: Summit conference.
No.-13. What is the Southernmost Australian State?
No.-14. Which martial art was developed by the Japanese master Kanō Jigorō?
No.-15. ‘Liquid Gold’ is a mineral. Name it:
No.-16. In the film Pan’s Labyrinth, what is the little girl named?
No.-17. Who stated explicitly for the first time the Law of Comparative Costs?
Answer: David Ricardo.
No.-18. Who built the Jahaz Mahal (Ship Palace., at Mandu?
Answer: Muhammad Shah.
No.-19. What is the human organ examined by the process of Ophthalmoscopy?
No.-20. In which sport, since its inception as a competition event, have the blacks dominated the whites?
No.-21. What is the time taken for light to reach the earth from the sun?
Answer: 499.72 seconds.
No.-22. What is the Italian word for ‘swank’ and the name of an organization that is also known as “la Cosa Nostra”?
No.-23. Any structure which fits an animal to its environment to improve its chances of survival and of reproducing is:
No.-24. Which country has a totally unadorned, unpatterned, white flag?
Answer: Western Sahara.
No.-25. The greatest king of Mesopotamia who gave his subjects a code of laws:
No.-26. How many languages did the Indians of pre-Columbian South America speak?
No.-27. In medieval times there were three different kinds of guild craftsmen and religious were two. What was the third?
No.-28. What would be the nationality of a stamp with the word ‘Suomi’ printed on it?
No.-29. The year in which America dropped the Atom Bomb in Hiroshima?
Answer: 1945 August 6.
No.-30. Which country has the largest armed forces relative to the size of its population?
No.-31. The capital of Yugoslavia:
No.-32. Who built Nizamuddin Auliya tomb?
Answer: Alauddin Khalji.
No.-33. The Roman emperor who embraced Christianity:
No.-34. Who was the commander-in-chief of the British forces in the Boer War?
No.-35. Name a source of noise pollution which one is capable of causing permanent damage to one’s hearing:
Answer: Power drill.
No.-36. What did John G Gorton, William McMahon and Malcolm Fraser have in common?
Answer: They were all Prime Ministers of Australia.
No.-37. Who was known as the Iron Chancellor?
Answer: Otto von Bismarck.
No.-38. Who said: “a pretty girl who naked is worth half a million statues?”
Answer: E.E. Cummings.
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No.-39. Between which two of Canada’s Great Lakes do the Niagara Falls lie?
Answer: Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.
No.-40. Who is the ruler of the signs Capricornus and Aquarius?
No.-41. With which sport is the term regatta associated?
No.-42. What type of engine is steam engine?
Answer: External Combustion engine.
No.-43. Which Cathedral on the Seine River is considered the pride of Paris?
Answer: The Cathedral of Notre Dame.
No.-44. Which type of music developed from the folk music of English, Irish and Scottish settlers in the USA?
Answer: Country and Western/ country music.
No.-45. The fastest moving snake in the world?
Answer: Black Mamba.
No.-46. Who spurned Echo’s love and was punished by being made to fall in love with his own reflection?
No.-47. The smallest bone in the human body is the:
No.-48. The Secretary of State for which government ministry has responsibility for the council tax in UK?
Answer: Secretary of State for the environment.
No.-49. What is a “Kerry Blue”?
Answer: A breed of dog.
No.-50. What is formed by two curved spits and the resulting triangular shaped foreland with its apex towards the sea?
Answer: Cuspate foreland.
No.-51. With which sport is the term googly associated?
No.-52. The sphere of study ‘kinship’ is closely associated with:
Answer: Social Anthropology.
No.-53. In which country would you visited Shwedagon Pagoda, one of the many great monuments to Buddhism in this country?
No.-54. The most popular of his plays is ‘The Inspector General’. Who is he?
Answer: Nikolai Gogol.
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No.-55. A4 is the international size of a certain commodity. Which?
No.-56. What is the name of India’s first satellite?
No.-57. When was the first Nobel Prize in economics awarded?
No.-58. Who are eligible to vote for the Oscar Awards?
Answer: Shortlisting is done by the Academy’s specialist branches. The final voting is done by all the Academy members.
No.-59. What mountains form the boundary between European Russia and Siberia?
Answer: The Urals.
No.-60. A Malayalam film got Oscar nomination from India in 1998. Name the film and director:
Answer: ‘Guru’ directed by Rejeev Anchal.
No.-61. Who was the ruler of Palestine of the time of the Crucifixion of Jesus?
Answer: Herod Antipas.
No.-62. Which is the 185th member of U.N.?
Answer: The Republic of Palau.
No.-63. What was the court language of Mughals?
No.-64. When was Alfred Nobel died?
Answer: On 10th December 1896.
. No.-65. Name the time required by the moon to return to the same position relative to a fixed star:
Answer: Sidereal Month.
No.-66. Where was organised athletic competition begun?
No.-67. What does VoIP stand for?
Answer: Voice over Internet Protocol.
No.-68. In football game what was previously used in place of crossbars?
No.-69. Which river forms the major part of the international boundary between the United States of America and Mexico?
Answer: The Rio Grande.
No.-70. Which is the oldest cricket club in India and also the second oldest in the world?
Answer: The Calcutta Cricket Club.
No.-71. Which island did Gauguin’s paintings make famous?
No.-72. Who was the first Grand Slam?
Answer: Don Budge (1937-38.
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No.-73. Which regiment was the first to rebel when the Revolt of 1857 began at Meerut on 10th May?
Answer: Third Native Cavalry.
No.-74. L-dopa is a drug to cure:
Answer: Parkinson’s disease.
No.-75. The prophet ordained that his followers should read the ‘namaz’ so many times a day. How many?
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