What bridge connects Dawes Point to Milson's Point?Sydney Harbour Bridge
What are members of the Unification Church commonly known as?The Moonies
How does one join "The Shuttlecock Club" in winter sports?By falling at the Shuttlecock bend on the Cresta bobsleigh run.
Which cities do the following airports serve? (i) Dulles (ii) Leonardo Di Vinci (iii) George Best (iv) Kingsford Smith (v) O'Hare(i) Washington DC (ii) Rome (iii) Belfast (iv) Sydney (Australia) (v) Chicago
What breed of farmyard animal is a Khaki Campbell?It is a breed of duck
Which animated character did Gene Kelly dance with in the film "Anchors Aweigh"?He danced with Jerry, the mouse from Tom & Jerry
Who was the first woman in space?Valentina Tereshkova
Which city is the setting for the 1950s' musical, Kismet?It is set in Baghdad
Which car manufacturers produced the following models? (i) Corsa (ii) Sirocco (iii) Anglia (iv) Fiorano (v)Strada(i) Vauxhall (ii) Volkswagon (iii) Ford (iv) Ferrari (v) Fiat
What is converted to alcohol during the brewing process?Sugars
In the film "The Third Man",what character does Orson Welles play?Harry Lime
Which two countries joined the European Community with the UK in 1973?The Republic of Ireland and Denmark
The Polish port of Gdansk was formerly known in the UK by what name?It was known as Danzig
What bird can swim but not fly?The penguin
What types of animals can be described using these adjectives? (i) Feline (ii) Bovine (iii) Ovine (iv) Ursine (v) Lapine(i) Cats (ii) Cattle (iii) Sheep (iv) Bears (v) Rabbits.
Which jazz band leader was known as the King of Swing?Benny Goodman was the King of Swing
What creatures do the Galapogos Islands take their name from?They are named after tortoises
The War of the Roses was fought between which two Royal Houses of England?The rivalry still exists today between Lancaster and York
Gorgonzola cheese originates from which country?Italy
What items would the following collectors collect? (i) Bibliophile (ii) Lepidopterist (iii) Philographist (iv) Numismatist (v) Oologist (i) Books (ii) Butterflies (iii) Autographs (iv) Coins (v) Birds Eggs
Who commanded the Nautius in Jules Verne's classic novel,"20,000 Leagues Under the Sea"?Captain Nemo was in charge
Which 20th Century poet wrote "A Child's Christmas in Wales"? Dylan Thomas
Which musical instrument did Karen Carpenter play?She was famous for playing the drums.
Which capital cities do the following rivers flow through? (i) Potomac (ii) Han (iii) Spree (iv) Liffey (v)Tagus(i) Washington DC (USA) (ii) Seoul (South Korea) (iii) Berlin (Germany) (iv) Dublin (Ireland) (v) Lisbon (Portugal)
The classic horse race "The Saint Ledger" is run at which UK race course? The race is run annually at Doncaster Racecourse
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