GK Quiz Questions Answers Part 4 – Online General Knowledge Quiz Questions


GK Quiz Questions Answers Part 4 – Online General Knowledge Quiz Questions



GK Quiz Questions Answers Part 4 - Online General Knowledge Quiz Questions


1. What is 55 in Roman Numerals? – LV


2. La Giaconda is better known as what? – Mona Lisa


3. What colour do you get by mixing blue and yellow? – Green


4. Which country had The Dauphin as a ruler? – France


5. What is the capital of Switzerland? – Berne


6. Who did Michael Caine play in the Ipcress File (both names)? – Harry Palmer


7. Name 3 US States that start with the letter I? – Illinois, Indiana, Idaho, Iowa


8. Who won Euro song contest Save All Your Kisses for Me? – Brotherhood of Man


9. What animal is the symbol of the World Wildlife Fund? – Panda


10. Which country had the guns of Navarone installed? – Turkey


11. How many zeros are there in a trillion? – 12


12. Ichthyology study what? – Fish


13. What colour are the 5 Olympic rings? – Black, blue, red, green, yellow


14. What is a Winston Churchill? – Cigar


15. What number do the Roman numerals CD represent? – 400


16. What type of acid is used in car batteries? – Sulfuric


17. What is the capital of Columbia? – Bogota


18. It’s a flock of sheep what’s a group of owls called? – Parliament


19. How many squares are there on a chess board? – 64


20. What animal would you find in a form? – Hare


21. What colour are a baby’s eyes at birth? – Blue


22. Who in books and films was the man of bronze? – Doc Savage


23. In which year did man first land on the moon? – 1969


24. Who was Stan Laurels partner? – Oliver Hardy


25. Which planet is the fifth from the sun? – Jupiter


Daily GK 2018: General Knowledge Questions and Answers

Answering Assignment Questions


26. What kind of food is Cullen skink? – Fish


27. What is 40% of 40? – 16


28. What is classified by the A B O system? – Blood Groups


29. What is the capital of Peru? – Lima


30. What plant does the Colorado beetle attack? – Potato


31. What do the letters BBC stand for? – British Broadcasting Corporation


32. Where did the Pied Piper play? – Hamlin


33. In which year did the Channel Tunnel open? – 1994


34. To where in France do the sick make pilgrimages? – Lourdes


35. What is the legal drinking age in the USA? – 21


36. In which city was the famous black hole? – Calcutta


37. How many men have walked on the moon? – 12


38. Christopher Cockerel invented what? – Hovercraft


39. From which country does Nokia, the mobile phone company, originate? – Finland


40. Ray Bolger played who in The Wizard of Oz? – Scarecrow


41. What is the capital of Turkey? – Ankara


42. Sabotage is French. What did the saboteurs use? – Shoes (sabot means shoe)


43. Which is heavier, gold or silver? – Gold


44. Which part of the human body contains the most gold? – Toenails


45. How many legs does a butterfly have? – 6


46. If you had rubella what would you have caught? – German Measles


47. Which is the biggest state in the U.S.A.? – Alaska


48. Mohs scale hardest substance is diamond. what’s the softest? – Talc


49. What is the capital city of Norway? – Oslo


50. Who or what lives in a formicarium? – Ants


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