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.