Hard Trivia Quiz

Less than 1% of people can score perfect on this general knowledge quiz


Less than 1% of people can score perfect on this general knowledge quiz

Question 1 of 20.

In Roman mythology, Neptune is the equivalent to which Greek god?

1. Pluto
2. Dionysus
3. Kratos
4. Poseidon
Question 2 of 20.

What do the British call the vegetables that Americans call zucchini?

1. Courgette
2. Marrow
3. Physalis
4. Aubergine
Question 3 of 20.

What is the only English language single word anagram of the word crouton?

1. Contour
2. Noctour
3. Countor
4. Toucorn
Question 4 of 20.

Alan Minter was undisputed World boxing champion at which weight?

1. Cruiser Weight
2. Middle Weight
3. Heavy Weight
4. Bantam Weight
Question 5 of 20.

How many gallons of beer are in a firkin?

1. Six
2. Two
3. Eleven
4. Nine
Question 6 of 20.

Which singer joined Mel Gibson in the movie Mad Max: Beyond The Thunderdome?

1. Whitney Houston
2. Tina Turner
3. Pink
4. Cher
Question 7 of 20.

Which TV character said, 'Live long and prosper'?

1. Mr Spock the Vulcan
2. Captain Spook The Human
3. Mr Spock The Ferengi
4. Mr Spock the Klingon
Question 8 of 20.

In which bay is Alcatraz?

1. Prison Bay
2. Bay of Pigs
3. San Francisco Bay
4. Alcatraz Bay
Question 9 of 20.

What is the colour of the bull of an archery target?

1. Blue
2. Black
3. Gold
4. Red
Question 10 of 20.

Which Cornish village claims to be the birthplace of King Arthur?

1. Cambourne
2. Tintagel
3. Camelotte
4. Padstow
Question 11 of 20.

At which battle of 1314 did Robert The Bruce defeat the English forces?

1. Barra
2. Methven
3. Bannockburn
4. Pass of Brander
Question 12 of 20.

What does the Dell company make?

1. Cameras
2. Computers
3. Monitors
4. Phones
Question 13 of 20.

Who was the first black player to captain England's soccer team?

1. Thierry Henry
2. Rio Ferdinand
3. Paul Ince
4. Sol Campbell
Question 14 of 20.

Who played Troy in Disney's hit TV film High School Musical?

1. Zac Efron
2. Zac Schneider
3. Robert Pattenson
4. Jamie Marshall
Question 15 of 20.

In which Dickens novel was Miss Havisham jilted on her wedding day?

1. Hard Times
2. Great Expectations
3. Pride and Prejudice
4. Bleak House
Question 16 of 20.

Which mountain overlooks Rio De Janeiro and its harbour?

1. Candy Cane
2. Pudding Top
3. Dime Barre
4. Sugar Loaf
Question 17 of 20.

In which war was the Battle of Bunker Hill fought?

1. English Civil War
2. World War I
3. American Civil War
4. American War of Independence
Question 18 of 20.

What is the alternative common name for a Black Leopard?

1. Jaguar
2. Drako
3. Panther
4. Phenom
Question 19 of 20.

In which city was Martin Luther King assassinated in 1968?

1. Miami, Florida
2. Memphis, Tennessee
3. Atlanta, Georgia
4. Dallas, Texas
Question 20 of 20.

Which Latin term, usually applied to legal evidence, means 'at first sight'?

1. Prima Visialus
2. Prima facie
3. Prima Glanciari
4. Prima Spectatum

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