1. What is the capital of Chile? A. Lima, B. Rosario, C. Bogota, D. Santiago. 2. By what name meaning ‘our thing’ is the mafia known in the US? A. Cosa Nostra, B. Sinn Fein, C. Notre Chose, D. Costa Nova. 3. Which poet is buried in a country churchyard in Stoke Poges? A. Sir John Betjemen, B. Sylvia Plath, C. Lord Tennyson, D. Thomas Gray. 4. Whose operas are performed annually at Bayreuth? A. Wolfgang Mozart, B. Richard Wagner, C. Henry Purcell, D. Jean-Baptiste Lully. 5. Which US state has Dover as its capital? A. Iowa, B. Minnesota, C. Delaware, D. Maine. 6. Which prime minister became Earl of Stockton? A. Harold Macmillan, B. Harold Wilson, C. Stanley Baldwin, D. Henry Campbell Bannerman. 7. Who was the first Roman emperor? A. Augustus, B. Caesar, C. Caius, D. Lepidus. 8. In which century did the Peasants’ Revolt take place? A. 13th, B. 12th, C. 14th, D. 15th. 9. During which Crimean War Battle did the Charge of the Light Brigade take place? A. Sevastopol, B. Balaclava, C. Inkerman, D. Alma. 10. In which novel did Sherlock Holmes first appear? A. The White Company, B. A Study in Scarlet, C. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, D. The Hound of the Baskervilles.