Pub Quiz

Bray People - - MIND GAMES -

1. Which Der­byshire mar­ket town is as­so­ci­ated with an al­mond-flavoured pud­ding? A. Bakewell, B. Al­fre­ton, C. Mat­lock, D. Ut­tox­eter. 2. What is the Ger­man town of Meis­sen fa­mous for pro­duc­ing? A. Beer, B. Cars, C. En­gines, D. Porce­lain. 3. Which in­stru­ment as­so­ci­ated with Scot­tish mu­sic con­sists of a wind­bag, chanter and drones? A. Bag­pipes, B. Sack­pipes, C. Screech­pipes, D. Dronepipes. 4. What is the name of the pre­fab­ri­cated bridge built from in­ter­change­able and in­ter­lock­ing sec­tions in­vented in World War II by a Bri­tish en­gi­neer? A. Haig bridge, B. Monty bridge, C. Bailey bridge, D. Frankie bridge. 5. What is the largest nat­u­ral lake in Wales, also called Llyn Tegid? A. Idris, B. Bala, C. Bre­con, D. Maesteg. 6. Which metal­lic el­e­ment has the sym­bol Y? A. Yt­ter­bium, B. Yt­trium, C. Xenon, D. Zir­co­nium. 7. What is the unit used in mea­sur­ing nu­clear ex­plo­sives that is equal to an explosion of one mil­lion tons of TNT? A. Mil­lo­ton, B. Ton, C. Cen­to­ton, D. Me­ga­ton. 8. Which South African city is called Kaap­stad in Afrikaans? A. Dur­ban, B. Jo­han­nes­burg, C. Cape Town, D. Bloem­fontein.

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