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The Eiffel Tower is found in which European capital city?Paris
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How many sides does a pentagon have?Five
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The positive square root of 36 is...?Six
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What does the acronym 'KFC' stand for?Kentucky Fried Chicken
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How many letters are there in the English alphabet?Twenty six
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The adjective 'canine' refers to which animal?Dog
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Which of the Earth's oceans is the largest?Pacific Ocean
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Maggie, Lisa and Marge are part of which famous TV family?The Simpsons
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Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio starred in what James Cameron film?Titanic
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Which of these three words is a palindrome: boater, motor, rotor?Rotor
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Who wrote the play 'Romeo and Juliet'?William Shakespeare
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Michael Jeffrey Jordan became famous as a great player of which sport?Basketball
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Pythagoras' Theorem is a theorem concerning which shape?Right-angled triangle
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Who was the first President of the United States?George Washington
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'Poker Face,' 'Just Dance' and 'Bad Romance' are all hit singles by which artist?Lady Gaga
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Who sang the 1980s hit song 'Billie Jean'?Michael Jackson
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Which franchise has characters called Pikachu, Charizard and Mewtwo?Pokémon
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Name either letter that is worth 10 points in English ScrabbleQ or Z
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What is the capital city of Greece?Athens
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Venison is a name given to the meat of which animal?Deer
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Which chemical element has the symbol Au?Gold
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A 'Bloody Mary' cocktail contains which alcoholic spirit?Vodka
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Which planet is the sixth planet from the sun?Saturn
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The country Gabon is found on which continent?Africa
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Which singer first (and most famously) sang 'Jailhouse Rock'?Elvis Presley
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Which is the only sign of the zodiac to begin with the letter 'T'?Taurus
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In which year did the first man set foot on the moon?1969
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In which century did the American Civil War take place?Nineteenth
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Boston is the capital city of which US State?Massachusetts
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What is the Japanese word for 'harbour wave'?Tsunami
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The armistice ending World War I came in what year?1918
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Who won the FIFA World Cup in 2010?Spain
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Which city hosted the 2008 Summer Olympics?Beijing
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What is the first book of the Hebrew Bible?Genesis
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Canberra is the capital city of which country?Australia
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'Animal Farm' was written by which author?George Orwell
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A 'nappy' is the British equivalent of which American word?Diaper
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Which star of the film 'Rebel Without a Cause' died at the age of 24?James Dean
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What animated 2010 film was the largest grossing movie of the year?Toy Story 3
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Which author wrote the novel 'Catch-22'?Joseph Heller
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