1. Which number is represented by D in Roman Numerals?
2. Which musical instrument was the subject of the film that won three Oscars in 1994? A) Clarinet, B) Piano, C) Guitar, D) Flute
3. By what name is the practice of formal handwriting known?
4. In which Shakespeare play does the line “To be or not to be, that is the question” appear?
5. In literature, what was the surname of Jacob and Wilhelm who wrote many fairy tales together?
6. Who released the album “4:44” in response to his wife’s album “Lemonade”?
7. Roughly how many feet are there in a nautical mile? A) 1,000, B) 2,000, C) 6,000, D) 10,000
8. What is the nationality of former F1 driver Nelson Piquet? 9. Who played Basil Fawlty in “Fawlty Towers”?
10. Great Britain declared war on Germany after Germany invaded which country in 1939?
11. What was the name of the American expressionist artist and early exponent of the tachisme or action painting style whose life was depicted in a 2000 film starring Ed Harris?
12. What colour is found in the middle of the Italian flag?
13. Which country’s second-largest city is Mandalay?
14. Which country invented shortbread?
15. Who was the outgoing US president when Ronald Reagan took office?
16. Anthony Kiedis, Chad Smith, Josh Klinghoffer and Flea are all members of which band?
17. What African animal takes its name from the Turkish for “black ear”? A) Cheetah, B) Caracal, C) Jackal, D) Hyena
18. Which South African allrounder has topped both the ICC Test batting and bowling rankings — the only person to have done so? A) Jacques Kallis, B) Mike Procter, C) Aubrey Faulkner, D) Eddie Barlow
19. Which “BK” played Frankenstein’s monster in the 1931 film “Frankenstein”?
20. What “Q” is a word meaning “traitor”; it is derived from a Norwegian wartime leader who collaborated with the Nazis during World War 2?
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