General Knowledge Trivia Questions #93Printable General Knowledge Trivia Quiz
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Released in the United States in June of 1998, "Never Say Never" is which artist's second studio album?
a. Paula Abdul
Brandy - As of 2015, Never Say Never is Brandy's highest-charting and highest-selling album.
In the American National Football League (NFL), how many points are scored for a touchdown?
6 - The NFL consists of 32 football teams.
"Truly Scrumptious" is a fictional character from which children's film that was based on a novel by author Ian Fleming?
a. Half a Sixpence
c. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
d. Bedknobs and Broomsticks
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang - The character of Truly Scrumptious was portrayed by actress Sally Ann Howes.
Which of these British Monarchs was first to reign?
a. Elizabeth I
b. Mary I
c. Richard II
d. Henry IV
Richard II - Also known as Richard of Bordeaux, Richard II reigned from June 1377 to September 1399.
Complete the title of the only painting supposedly sold by Van Gogh in his lifetime - "The Red ..."?
c. Night Sky
Vineyard - The Red Vineyard was painted on a piece of burlap in early November 1888.
Which part of the human eye is responsible for controlling the diameter and size of the pupil?
Iris - The color of the iris gives the eye its color.
American singer Carrie Underwood rose to fame on what popular TV show?
a. American Idol
b. The X Factor
c. WWE Raw
d. Americas Got Talent
American Idol - Carrie won the fourth season of American Idol in 2005.
Found in our solar system, which of the following planets is the closest to the sun?
Jupiter - Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System and the fifth planet from the Sun.
Rossana, Dumbarton Oaks and Vincent are all types of what fruit?
Kiwi - The most common kiwi are Golden Kiwi and Fuzzy Kiwi.
George and Gordon were the first names of which famous poet who was a leading figure in the Romantic Movement?
Byron - Byron's best-known works are the poems Don Juan and Childe Harold's Pilgrimage.
"Leatherjackets" and "Slimeheads" are two species of what animal?
Fish - Leatherjackets are also known as skipjacks.
Which scholastic philosopher is perhaps best remembered for his tragic love affair with his pupil Heloise?
b. Pierre Abelard
d. Moses Maimonides
Pierre Abelard - Pierre Abelard was also a composer.
Scotland's third most populous, which European city is known as "The Oil Capital of Europe"?
Aberdeen - Other nicknames for Aberdeen include the Granite City, the Grey City and the Silver City with the Golden Sands.
Lasting for more than four years, in what year did World War One commence?
1914 - World War One ran from July 1914 to November 1918.
Eros was the Greek God of what?
Love - Eros Roman counterpart is Cupid.
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