Published: Sunday 24th October 2021A free general knowledge quiz for those who don't like their quizzes too difficult.
The ancient monument of Stonehenge can be found in which English county?Wiltshire.
Which pantomime title character was the son of the Widow Twankey?Aladdin.
How many ventricles are in the human heart? 2
Who is the patron saint of Scotland? St. Andrew.
Who played Claudius in the 1976 TV series "I, Claudius"?Derek Jacobi.
On a standard UK Monopoly board, what colour is Bond Street?Green.
In 2011, who released the single, "Someone Like You"?Adele.
A diamond is a form of which chemical element?Carbon.
Which fruit is a cross between a blackberry and a raspberry?Loganberry.
The car manufacturer SAAB originated in which country?Sweden.
Nell Gwyn was a mistress of which King of England?Charles II.
Which author created Frankenstein?Mary Shelley.
The song "Blue Moon" is the adopted theme tune for which English football club?Manchester City.
How do the Americans refer to a torch?Flashlight.
The hallux is the medical name for which part of the human body?Big Toe.
What word can be both a Womble and a European country?Bulgaria.
From which musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein does the song "You'll Never Walk Alone" originate?Carousel.
What nationality is tennis player Novak Djokovic?Serbian.
How would 900 be written using Roman numerals?CM.
What was the sequel to the 1991 movie "The Addams Family"?"Addams Family Values".
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