Easier General Knowledge 4 - Answers

Published: Sunday 16th March 2014
  1. In the Bible, who were the parents of Cain, Able and Seth? Adam and Eve.
  2. Which letter is represented by three DOTS in Morse code? The letter "S"
  3. Who in 1973 recorded the multi-platinum selling album "Tubular Bells"? Mike Oldfield.
  4. What stretch of water separates Anglesey from mainland Wales? The Menai Strait.
  5. In degrees what do the angles in a triangle add up to? 180
  6. Who played the role of hotel owner Basil Fawlty in TV's "Fawlty Towers"? John Cleese.
  7. In which novel by Charles Dickens does the character of Uriah Heep appear? David Copperfield.
  8. Which vegetable is Sir Walter Raleigh often credited with first bringing to Britain? The Potato.
  9. On a standard dart board what TWO numbers are adjacent to the 20? 1 & 5.
  10. In computing what does the acronym RAM represent? Random Access Memory.
  11. Who composed the orchestral interlude "Flight of the Bumblebee"? Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.
  12. In the comic books and feature films, what is the real name of Spiderman? Peter Parker.
  13. In which British city would you find John Lennon Airport? Liverpool.
  14. What is the chemical symbol for Nitrogen? N.
  15. What name is given to a female donkey? Jenny.
  16. What currency is used in Japan? Yen.
  17. Which instrument is jazzman Louis Armstrong most associated with? Trumpet.
  18. In which English county was Horatio Nelson born? Norfolk.
  19. Which of the zodiac signs is represented by twins? Gemini.
  20. In medical terms what is an ECG? Electro Cardio Gram.

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