General knowledge quiz 834

By | July 29, 2018

One lakh general knowledge MCQ questions answers

Question 1
..........is the leading producer of Tungsten
A
Canada
B
China
C
Egypt
D
Brazil
Question 1 Explanation: 
China:China is the largest producer of tungsten, accounting for about 84.5 percent of the world's total output. In 2014, the country produced 68, 000 MT of tungsten Second-Russia and third-Canada Tungsten, also known as wolfram is a metal with many uses. It is commonly used to produce electrical wires and heating and electrical contacts
Question 2
In Walt Disney's "Snow White", which dwarf was completely bald, with not even a beard?
A
Happy
B
Dopey
C
Sneezy
D
Bashful
Question 2 Explanation: 
Dopey
Question 3
How many teams have ever entered the Olympic La Crosse competitions?
A
5
B
15
C
20
D
25
Question 3 Explanation: 
5
Question 4
The X-Files spawned two theatrical movies, "The X-Files" and "I Want To Believe", and which spin-off TV series?
A
The Lone Gunmen
B
The Office
C
Tales of the Unexpected
D
The Twilight Zone
Question 4 Explanation: 
The Lone Gunmen
Question 5
Saint Augustine, the oldest city in the USA, is in which state?
A
New Hampshire
B
Philadelphia
C
Virginia
D
Florida
Question 5 Explanation: 
Florida
Question 6
Where are cinerarias usually found?
A
As part of a cloud formation
B
Under pebbles in small mountain streams
C
In the human colon
D
In a garden
Question 6 Explanation: 
In a garden
Question 7
Treaty of Alinagar was signed in which year?
A
1856
B
1866
C
1757
D
1789
Question 7 Explanation: 
1757:The Treaty of Alinagar was signed on February 9, 1757 between Robert Clive of the British East India Company and the Nawab of Bengal, Mirza Muhammad Siraj Ud Daula.
Question 8
Rain is falling vertically downwards. To a man running east-wards, the rain will appear to be coming from
A
east
B
west
C
northeast
D
southeast
Question 9
What compete at the Burghley Trials, Badminton, the Rolex Kentucky Three Day, the Adelaide Trials, the LuhmUhlen Trials and the etoiles de Pau?
A
Cyclists
B
Sheepdogs
C
Horse riders
D
Snowboarders
Question 9 Explanation: 
Horse riders
Question 10
On what kind of land does Windhoek sit, the capital of its country and located in almost its exact geographical centre?
A
Rainforest
B
Between two deserts
C
Gravel plains and dunes
D
Highland plateau
Question 10 Explanation: 
Highland plateau
Question 11
What was the stage name of Ellen Naomi Cohen, who, after being a member of "The Mamas & The Papas", had a successful solo career until she was found dead in London, apparently from a heart attack, after 2 weeks of a sold-out season at the Palladium?
A
Cass Elliot
B
Peggy Lee
C
Patsy Cline
D
Brenda Lee
Question 11 Explanation: 
Cass Elliot
Question 12
Bangladesh separated from which part of India?
A
Jharkhand
B
Punjab
C
West Bengal
D
J & K
Question 12 Explanation: 
West Bengal
Question 13
Who won the 1975 Wimbledon men's singles title?
A
Bjorn Borg
B
Jimmy Connors
C
John McEnroe
D
Arthur Ashe
Question 13 Explanation: 
Arthur Ashe
Question 14
Who among the following invented the small pox vaccine?
A
Robert Koch
B
Edward Jenner
C
Robert Hooke
D
Louis Pasteur
Question 15
About how long does it take for the moon to make one orbit of the Earth?
A
27 days
B
1 day
C
365 days
D
183 days
Question 15 Explanation: 
27 days
Question 16
What Canadian-born British newspaper proprietor was granted a peerage in 1917, was the first Minister of Information responsible for allied propaganda in allied and neutral countries in 1918 and, during World War II, was Minister of Aircraft Production and Minister of Supply?
A
Sir Thomas Beecham
B
Dr Richard Beeching
C
Lord Beaverbrook
D
Daniel Barenboim
Question 16 Explanation: 
Lord Beaverbrook
There are 16 questions to complete.

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