General knowledge quiz 1222

By | July 29, 2018

One lakh general knowledge MCQ questions answers

Question 1
Which of the following contains Haemoglobin?
A
Plasma
B
Red Blood cells
C
White Blood cells
D
Platelets
Question 1 Explanation: 
Red Blood cells:Haemoglobin is an iron-containing protein in red blood cells.Haemoglobin carries oxygen around the body and without enough of it your muscles and organs don't get all the oxygen they need.
Question 2
To where, between June 1948 and May 1949, was over 1 million tons (up to 13, 000 tons per day) of food, coal and other supplies transported by the aircraft of the USA, UK and France?
A
Pakistan
B
Berlin
C
Israel
D
Thailand
Question 2 Explanation: 
Berlin
Question 3
Which of these is the lowest score in darts?
A
Double top
B
Treble 14
C
Treble 18
D
Bull
Question 3 Explanation: 
Double top
Question 4
What does the "B" stand for in the acronym "FBI"?
A
Bureau
B
Blame
C
Banishment
D
Bluster
Question 4 Explanation: 
Bureau
Question 5
What gives the game of crib, or cribbage, its name?
A
It was first popular as a holiday game played in a bach, or crib
B
The crib of cards sequestered for the dealer as part of a deal
C
The scoring board is shaped like a manger, or crib
D
Players are scored on the most effective cheating
Question 5 Explanation: 
The crib of cards sequestered for the dealer as part of a deal
Question 6
What was the middle name of writer G B Shaw?
A
Brian
B
Bernard
C
Barry
D
Bruce
Question 6 Explanation: 
Bernard
Question 7
In October 2003, which cricketer, playing in a Test series against Zimbabwe, scored a record 380 not out?
A
Justin Langer
B
Matthew Hayden
C
Gordon Greenidge
D
Shane Warne
Question 7 Explanation: 
Matthew Hayden
Question 8
What sign of the zodiac is represented by a sheep?
A
Aries
B
Taurus
C
Pisces
D
Gemini
Question 8 Explanation: 
Aries
Question 9
In parts of the UK what does "tethera" mean?
A
Tied
B
Three
C
Different
D
Vacillate
Question 9 Explanation: 
Three
Question 10
The "Authorised" English translation of the Bible was named after whom?
A
Elizabeth I
B
Edward I
C
William I
D
James I
Question 10 Explanation: 
James I
Question 11
What is a pismire, or pishmire?
A
An ant
B
The base of a long-drop latrine
C
A spurt of methane gas given off by boggy ground
D
A colloquial name for a durian fruit
Question 11 Explanation: 
An ant
Question 12
What is the largest species of whale?
A
Blue whale
B
Sperm whale
C
Humpback whale
D
Marlin
Question 12 Explanation: 
Blue whale
Question 13
The main object of which of the following UN agency is to help the underdeveloped countries in the task of raising their living standards?
A
IMF
B
UNICEF
C
UNDP
D
IDA
Question 14
Barbara is the name of the First Lady of which US president?
A
George H Bush
B
Barack Obama
C
Ronald Reagan
D
John Hancock
Question 14 Explanation: 
George H Bush
Question 15
Which of these describes a boisterous, knockabout style of humour?
A
Bostick
B
Yardstick
C
Slapstick
D
Chapstick
Question 15 Explanation: 
Slapstick
Question 16
The Ultimate Fighting Championship, which when it started in 1993 matched martial artists from different disciplines against each other to find the most effective fighter, led to the combined style known as mixed martial arts. MMA is an extreme sport, initially banned in 36 of the 50 states of the USA for its no-holds-barred violence. In the rules later developed which of these is not considered a foul?
A
Throat strikes of any kind and heels to the kidney
B
Groin attacks and eye gouging
C
Placing a finger into any orifice, or into any cut or laceration of your opponent
D
Timidity
Question 16 Explanation: 
Placing a finger into any orifice, or into any cut or laceration of your opponent
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