BRC Quiz no2
A quick quiz to pass the time.
Remember this is just for fun.
Please complete and submit between the advertised start and finish times.
Please be honest, don't look up answers or otherwise cheat.
Most questions and their answers have been taken off the internet so I am not responsible for either.
Rule 1 - Quiz master is always right.
All other queries - Refer to rule 1.
Good luck and have fun.
Marks and correct answers are given when you submit your answers. Winners will be announced as possible on WhatsApp.
No 1. Which of these pairs of animals are most likely to meet in the wild?
(a) A penguin and a polar bear
(b) A leopard and a cheetah
(c) A gorilla and an orang-utan
(d) A lemur and a wallaby
No 2. Which of these inventions could Queen Victoria have never seen?
(a) A photograph
(b) A telephone
(c) Coca Cola
No 3. Which of these took up their position as a judge first?
(a) David Hasselhoff on Britain’s Got Talent
(b) Alesha Dixon on Strictly Come Dancing
(c) Cheryl Cole on The X Factor UK
(d) Jennifer Lopez on American Idol
No 4. In early Victorian Times who were called Pythagoreans?
Q 5. When did the British children's television programme Blue Peter first air:
No 6. Which of these countries is closest to the Isle of Man?
(a) Northern Ireland
No 7. Which out of the following football stadiums has the largest capacity?
(a) St. James' Park, Newcastle
(b) Anfield, Liverpool
(c) Villa Park, Aston Villa
(d) Stamford Bridge, Chelsea
No 8. Britain's first black archbishop became bishop of where in 2005:
No 9. Of which alphabet is aleph the first letter?
No 10. What was Sir Edmund Hillary's official occupation?
(d) Zoo keeper
Q11. What is the main diet of the mole?
Q 12. In the Sherlock Holmes short story 'The Adventure of the Lion's Mane', the title refers to what type of deadly creature?
Q13. The Ragamuffin and ragdoll are breeds of which animal?
Q14. New Zealander Sir Edmund Hillary and sherpa Tenzing Norgay from Nepal put up which flag when they reached the summit of Mount Everest?
Q15. If a brick weighs 1kg and half a brick; how heavy is a brick?
Q 16. A bottle of wine costs £10. If the wine costs £9 more than the bottle, how much does the bottle cost?
Q 17. Which Second World War museum ship is permanently moored on the River Thames?
Q 18. London Bridge was the only bridge across the River Thames in London until roughly which year:
Q 19 Which London park is famous for its Speakers' Corner?
St James's Park
Q 20. Great Ormond Street Hospital received the copyright of which book in 1929, providing significant future funding?
Page 1 of 1
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google.
Terms of Service