1. What is the Vietnam War called in Vietnam? 2. On what surface is tennis’s French Open played? 3. What is Spanish for “the boy”? 4. Which is the largest country in Africa by area? 5. And which is the smallest? 6. What is Ella Yelich-O’Connor’s stage name? 7. In car marques, what does MG stand for? 8. What Australian creature communicates via a booming noise, which can be heard up to two kilometres away? 9. Radicchio (left) is a member of which edible plant family? 10. What 1980 film involved the destruction of 103 cars, then a world record? 11. Which meat is the most consumed (by amount) worldwide? 12. Players from which two positions make up a rugby union front row? 13. In which city were Arthur Conan Doyle, Ronnie Corbett and Tony Blair (right) born? 14. By what name is the United States Bullion Depository better known? 15. What dessert means “cooked cream” in Italian? 16. Which Grammy winner’s albums include Defying Gravity and Golden Road? 17. What popular website calls itself “the front page of the internet”? 18. To within 15, how many countries don’t require a visa for Australian travellers? 19. Where in the body is the orbicularis oculi muscle? 20. What is the square root of 625?