General knowledge quiz 231

By | July 29, 2018

One lakh general knowledge MCQ questions answers

Question 1
According to the old saying, what "is a virtue, possess it if you can, seldom found in women and never in a man"?
A
Good taste
B
Patience
C
Fashion sense
D
Loyalty
Question 1 Explanation: 
Patience
Question 2
When part of Ireland was given a new constitution in 1937, what name was given to it?
A
Erin
B
Irish Free State
C
Republic Of Ireland
D
eire
Question 2 Explanation: 
eire
Question 3
What does the chemical symbol Fe stand for?
A
Iron
B
Gold
C
Silver
D
Cheese
Question 3 Explanation: 
Iron
Question 4
It is home to the Bayerische Staatsoper, Staatsorchester and Staatsballet, was burned down in 1823, rebuilt and re-opened 1825, bombed and destroyed 1943 and re rebuilt and re-opened 1963; what is it?
A
National Theatre, Mannheim
B
Bayreuth Festspielhaus, Bayreuth
C
Badisches Staatstheater, Karlsruhe
D
National Theatre, Munich
Question 4 Explanation: 
National Theatre, Munich
Question 5
Who is Tania Sachdev?
A
Chess player
B
Cricketer
C
Actress
D
Dancer
Question 6
What is the first name of "Seinfeld"?
A
Tom
B
Jerry
C
Mickey
D
Gonzales
Question 6 Explanation: 
Jerry
Question 7
By what name is James Osterberg popularly known?
A
Prince
B
Brian Eno
C
MC Hammer
D
Iggy Pop
Question 7 Explanation: 
Iggy Pop
Question 8
Which co-presenter of a programme for car enthusiasts has also presented "Brainiac:Science Abuse", "The Gunpowder Plot:Exploding the Legend", "Blast Lab" and "Invisible Worlds"?
A
James May
B
Richard Hammond
C
The Stig
D
Jeremy Clarkson
Question 8 Explanation: 
Richard Hammond
Question 9
What is the base for the common logarithm?
A
~2.718
B
2
C
10
D
7
Question 9 Explanation: 
10
Question 10
BBIN stands for which four countries?
A
Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal
B
Brazil, Bhutan, Italy, Nepal
C
Bhutan, Belarus, Indonesia, Netherland
D
Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Norway
Question 10 Explanation: 
Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal
Question 11
Which of these is NOT usually recognised as a patron saint of Ireland?
A
St Finian
B
St Columba
C
St Patrick
D
St Brigit of Kildare.
Question 11 Explanation: 
St Finian
Question 12
What was the first name of Doctor Barnardo?
A
Thomas
B
Theodore
C
Thaddeus
D
Tom
Question 12 Explanation: 
Thomas
Question 13
From the 17th century, the soldiers from which country were known as "redcoats"?
A
France
B
England
C
Belgium
D
Germany
Question 13 Explanation: 
England
Question 14
When Hutu extremists committed genocide in Rwanda in 1994 whom were they intent on killing?
A
All French
B
All British
C
All Tutsi and any moderate Hutu
D
Any non-Rwandans
Question 14 Explanation: 
All Tutsi and any moderate Hutu
Question 15
It was a co-production with Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television about two mice and when it was released 1995 to 1998 it was the first animated television series to be presented in Dolby Surround; what was it?
A
The Americans
B
The Goddamn George Liquor Program
C
Fievel's American Tails
D
Pinky & the Brain
Question 15 Explanation: 
Pinky & the Brain
Question 16
The thymol derivatives concentrated in the roots of which flowering plant are used in ointments for strains, sprains, bruises, and as an anti-inflammatory?
A
Avatar
B
Attica
C
America
D
Arnica
Question 16 Explanation: 
Arnica
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