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100

Which alphabet is used in the English language?

Latin

100

Which country is known as the "Land Down Under"?

Australia

100

Which queen ruled England for over 63 years in the 19th century?

Queen Victoria

100

What is the smallest planet in the solar system?

Mercury

100

What is the main ingredient of guacamole?

Avocado

100

Trivia Question: The Statue of Liberty was given to the US by which country? 


France

100

Babies have more _____ than adults.

Bones

100

Which word is spelled incorrectly in most dictionaries?

Incorrectly

200

What is the name of the mark (') used to join two words to indicate a contraction?

Apostrophe

200

In which sea would you find the island of Crete?

The Mediterranean Sea.

200

Who was the fïrst Roman Emperor?

Augustus

200

In the periodic table, what is the chemical symbol for tin?

Sn

200

What does the "Scoville scale" measure?

Spiciness of chilli peppers

200

Trivia Question: What organ does an octopus have three of? 

heart

200

Trivia Question: What substance are nails made out of? 

Keratin

200

Which two South American countries are landlocked?

Paraguay and Bolivia

300

What does "pain" mean in French?

Bread

300

In which ocean would you find the Maldives?

Indian ocean
300

What was the name of the first successful manned mission to the Moon in 1969?

Apollo 11

300

What gas do plants absorb during photosynthesis?

Carbon dioxide (CO2)

300

What is the primary ingredient in the Middle Eastern dish hummus?

Chickpeas

300

Trivia Question: How many eyes does a bee have?

Five

300

Trivia Question: What is the only land animal that cannot jump?

Elephant

300

What war did Australia start and lose in 1932?

The Emu War

400

In what country is Catalan an official language?

Andorra

400

What country has the second longest coastline, spanning around 100,000 kilometers?

Norway

400

Who fought in the Battle of Marathon in 490 BCE?

Greeks (Athenians) against Persians

400

What is the double helix structure in biology?

DNA

400

What is the traditional Japanese drink made from fermented rice?

Sake

400

Trivia Question: Which mammal has no vocal cords?

Giraffe

400

Trivia Question: Tiger Woods is known for which sport?

golf

400

A single piece of coiled DNA is known as what?

Chromosome

500

What is a word formed by rearranging letters of another word called?

Anagram

500

Which word describes a group of islands islands, such as Philippines or the Bahamas?

Archipelago

500

What kind of Nobel Prize did Nelson Mandela win?

Nobel Peace Prize
500

What is the “powerhouse of the cell?”

Mitochondria

500

What large fruit was cultivated for hundreds of years simply for hydration purposes rather than food?

Watermelon

500

Trivia Question: What is a meteorologist?

Person who studies the weather.

500

What company used to be called "Automatic Binding Bricks"?  (This is a building toy company.)

Lego

500

Which Indian spice is said to stimulate the metabolism and help with multiple health conditions, such as arthrisis and inflammatory conditions?

Tumeric

600

In linguistics, what is the study of the origin and history of words?

Etymology

600

What Greek word is used to describe the original supercontinent that split more than 200 million years ago?

Pangea

600

What is the "old world"?

Asia, Africa and Europe (before the discovery of North and South America)

600

What does the "Turing test" actually test?

It tests a machine's ability to exhibit human-like intelligence.

600

What is the only fruit with the seeds on the outside?

Strawberry

600

What's the term for the loud and long calls made by howler monkeys to communicate with each other in the jungle?

HOWLS

600

Trivia Question: Which famous artist painted the Mona Lisa? 

Leonardo Da Vinci

600

What state is Mr.Allen from?

Louisiana

700

What common Latin phrase literally means "something for something?"

Quid pro quo

700

What is the only sea without any coastlines?

Sargasso sea

700

How did Alexander solve the difficult puzzle of the gordian knot?

He cut it with a sword

700

What disease stems from the medieval term that means ‘bad air’?

Malaria

700

What country did the French fries come from?

Belgium

700

Trivia Question:  Who was the first American astronaut to step foot on the moon? 

Neil Armstrong

700

What is the loudest animal on Earth?

whale

700

Trivia Question:  What is wine made from?

Grapes

800

In what language was the first ever printed book written?

Chinese ("The Diamond Sutra")

800

What is the capital of Ethiopia?

Addis Ababa

800

Who was the main author of the Declaration of Independence?

Thomas Jefferson

800

What is a scientist who specializes in the study of cells called?

Cytologist
800

Where was Chicken Tikka masala invented?

Glasgow, Scotland

800

Trivia Question: What are the plastic pieces on the end of a shoe string called?

Aglet

800

Trivia Question: Who Was The First Woman To Fly Solo Across The Atlantic Ocean?


Amelia Earhart

800

Trivia Question: What color is Chlorophyll?

Green

1000

What 13-letter German loanword means a novel that focuses on the psychological and personal growth of the protagonist from youth to adulthood?

Bildungsroman

1000

What is the name of the island that Napoleon Bonaparte was exiled to? (The first time he was exiled)

Elba

1000

Between what years was the Prohibition era in the United States? 

1920 - 1933 

1000

What does the human lacrimal gland produce?

Tears

1000

If you went into a Japanese restaurant and ordered "unagi," what would you get?

Eel

1000

Trivia Question: What reptile lives the longest?

Giant Tortoise

1000

Which big cat, known for its beautiful spotted coat, can be found in some jungles and is an excellent climber?

Leopard

1000

Trivia Question: What star is the closest to the Earth (not the sun)

Proxima Centauri

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