Pub Quiz

Bray People - - MIND GAMES -

1. What did Per­sia change its name to in 1935?

A. Iraq, B. Syria, C. Is­rael, D. Iran.

2. What is the of­fi­cial lan­guage of Uruguay?

A. Span­ish, B. Por­tugese, C. English, D. French.

3. What do the ini­tials VHF stand for? A. Vo­cally harm­ful fre­quency, B. Very high fre­quency, C. Vol­ume high fre­quency, D. Video high fre­quency.

4. Which Do­mini­can-born Bri­tish novelist wrote Wide Sar­gasso Sea?

A. Jean Rhys, B. Frank Rhys, C. Harold Rhys, D. Michael Rhys.

5. With which in­stru­ment is Ge­orge Mal­colm pri­mar­ily as­so­ci­ated? A. Xy­lo­phone, B. Drums, C. Clar­inet, D. Harp­si­chord.

6. Who was the pre­sid­ing judge in the 1997 trial of Louise Wood­ward? A. Richard N Hiller, B. Thomas C James, C. Hiller B Zo­bel, D. Miller F No­ble.

7. Which lake in Africa was formerly known as Lake Nyasa?

A. Lake Tchad, B. Lake Malawi, C. Lake Kluto, D. Lake Nasser.

8. For which county did the Eng­land crick­eter Wilfred Rhodes play? A. Sus­sex, B. Lan­cashire, C. Som­er­set, D. York­shire.

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