1. What was Englishman James Brindley associated with the construction of between 1760 and 1772? A. Canals, B. Roads, C. Cathedrals, D. Palaces. 2. Which poet wrote The Revenge and Morte
D’Arthur? A. Shelley, B. Tennyson, C. Yeats, D. Byron. 3. Which war lasted from 1854-56? A. The Napoleonic, B. The Great War, C. The Two Years War, D. The Crimean. 4. In which year did Louis Bleriot cross the English
Channel? A. 1896, B. 1923, C. 1909, D. 1945. 5. Which vegetable’s scientific name is Brassica napobrassica? A. Carrot, B. Swede, C. Potato, D. Cabbage. 6. TAP is the airline of which country? A. Portugal, B.
Peru, C. Tunisia, D. Argentina. 7. What is the more common name of Schubert’s Symphony No 8 in B Minor? A. The Perfect Symphony, B. The Unchained Symphony, C. The Unfinished Symphony, D. The Bitter Sweet Symphony. 8. What was the middle name of Ronald Reagan? A.
Wallace, B. William, C. Woodrow, D. Wilson. 9. What was the name of the dog that went into
space in 1957? A. Lolita, B. Laika, C. Leia, D. Lorna. 10. In architecture what is a campanile? A. An arch
way, B. A steeple, C. A belltower, D. An alcove.