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Mixed Trivia

written by: Eve
 
Try to answer these questions on various subjects.

Question 1:


In 1997, this former political leader appeared in an internationally screened television commercial for Pizza Hut.
Margaret Thatcher
Mikhail Gorbatchev
Fidel Castro
Tony Blair

Question 2:


What Shakespearean character famously uttered the words "Frailty, thy name is woman", alluding to the alleged inherent weakness of all womankind?
King Lear
Claudius
Othello
Hamlet

Question 3:


Which country launched commemorative coins featuring the characters of Bilbo Baggins and Gandalf?
Australia
New Zealand
Japan
China

Question 4:


The assembly line which Ford Motor Company adopted in 1913 was inspired by which of the following?
sewing machine
loom
slaughterhouse
pottery wheel

Question 5:


Hákarl, which refers to shark that has been hung to dry for four to five months, has been described as "the single worst, most disgusting and terrible tasting thing". Which country does the dish come from?
Iceland
New Zealand
Japan
The Czech Republic

Question 6:


Who directed the movie La Dolce Vita, which contains the famous scene in the Trevi Fountain?
Roberto Rossellini
Michelangelo Antonioni
Bernardo Bertulucci
Federico Fellini

Question 7:


Which statement is NOT true about Margaret Thatcher, known as the Iron Lady?
She strongly supported European integration.
She initially worked a research chemist.
She was Prime Minister of the UK during the Falklands War.
She was the longest-serving British Prime Minister of the 20th century.

Question 8:


What French historical figure is also known as La Pucelle?
Joan of Arc
Napoleon
Louis XIV
Charlemagne

Question 9:


In 1650, an advert in England claimed that this drink prevented scurvy, gout and miscarriage.
coffee
green tea
wine
lemonade

Question 10:


Emperor Joseph II allegedly said that this famous opera had "too many notes".
The Flying Dutchman
Aida
Lohengrin
Abduction from the Seraglio

 


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