Important General Knowledge (G.K) Question and Answer In English -6

1 Hypermetropic people are what Long Sighted
2 Which leader lives in the Potola Dalai Lama
3 What wood was the cross supposed to be made of Mistletoe
4 Joseph Levitch became famous as who Jerry Lewis
5 If you planted a bandarilla what are you doing Bullfighting
6 What was the first Pink Floyd album Piper at the gates of
dawn
7 in which city was the first public opera house opened Venice
8 In what Elvis film did he play a double role Kissing Cousins
9 The Aphrodite of Melos has a more famous name – what Venus de Milo
10 Which country invented the concentration camp Britain – Boer war
11 John Huston scored a hit with his first film – what? Maltese falcon
12 Stan laurel, Mickey Rooney, Lana Turner what in common 8 marriages
13 What real person has been played most often in films Napoleon Bonaparte
14 Scotopic people can do what See in the dark
15 What is the most critical thing keeping bananas fresh transport Temperature not
below 13 C 55F
16 What is the name of the Paris stock exchange Bourse
17 Whose music featured in The Clockwork Orange Beethoven
18 What was the Troggs most famous hit Wild Thing
19 In Japan what colour car is reserved for the royal family only Maroon
20 What city has Kogoshima as its airport Tokyo
21 What was gangsters George Nelsons nickname Baby Face
22 Whose first wife was actress Jayne Wyman Ronald Regan
23 In MASH what is Radars favourite drink Grape Knee High
24 What do you give on the third wedding anniversary Leather
25 What is a baby whale called Calf
26 In which film did the Rolls Royce have the number plate AU1 Goldfinger
27 Vladamere Ashkenazy plays what musical instrument Piano
28 With which organ does a snake hear Tongue
29 On what is the Mona Lisa painted Wood
30 What is the second most common international crime Art theft
31 Count de Grisly was the first to perform what trick in 1799 Saw woman in half
32 Who wrote Les Miserable Victor Hugo
33 Which bird turns it head upside down to eat Flamingo
34 The colossus of Rhodes was a statue of who Apollo
35 Who rode a horse called Bucephalus Alexander the Great
36 To which London club did Mycroft Holmes belong Diogones
37 What did William Addis invent in prison Toothbrush
38 What is the only duty of police Gracthenvissers in Amsterdam Motorists in canals
39 Kleenex tissues were originally intended as what in 1915 WW1 Gas mask
filters
40 Who invented popcorn American Indians
41 What is the colour of mourning in Turkey Violet
42 For what is spirits of salt another name Hydrochloric acid
43 Which game is played on an oval with 18 player per team Australian football
44 In the Winnie the Pooh stories what is Kanga’s baby called Roo
45 Which actor is common to Magnificent 7 and Dirty Dozen Charles Bronson
46 Who saved Andromeda from the sea monster Perseus
47 What flower is the symbol of secrecy Rose
48 What item were originally called Hanways Umbrellas
49 What is Brussels best known statue The Mannequin Pis
50 in which language does God Jul mean happy Xmas Swedish

51 Which flying pioneer was nicknamed the lone eagle Charles Lindbergh
52 Horse statue – mounted man – on two legs – how man die Killed in Battle
53 Which American state produces the most potatoes Idaho
54 Who wrote Dr Zhivago Boris Pasternak
55 Who is Charlie Browns favourite baseball player (fictional) Joe Shlabotnik
56 Emerald is the birth stone for which month May
57 Whose yacht was called Honey Fitz John Fitzgerald
Kennedy
58 What is the white trail behind a jet plane made from Ice Crystals
59 What Italian habit did Thomas Coyrat introduce to England 1608 Eating with forks
60 Purl Plain Fisherman’s Cable types of what Knitting stitches
61 Why was Mary Mallen locked up from 1915 to 1938 Typhoid Mary
62 If you were doing vaccimulgence what doing Milking a cow
63 For what purpose was the chow chow dog originally bred As food or Chow
64 What kind of fruit is a kumquat Small Orange
65 Who was the Greek goddess of love Aphrodite
66 What first appeared in New York World 21st December 1913 Crossword
67 Which group of animals are called a cete Badgers
68 Which herb did the Romans eat top prevent drunkenness Parsley
69 What is the original literal meaning of the word bride To cook (ancient
tutonic)
70 Who ran the first marathon Phidipedes
71 What is the only creature that can turn its stomach inside out Starfish
72 What is Milan’s opera house called La Scala
73 What is the oldest most widely used drug on earth Alcohol
74 What type of animal is a Samoyed Dog
75 In which country did draughts (checkers) originate Egypt
76 Shane Fenton became famous as who Alvin Stardust
77 What is the worlds most popular green vegetable Lettuce
78 What does a racoon do before eating its food Washes it in water
79 What other name is used for the snow leopard Ounce
80 Which drink did Bach enjoy so much he wrote a cantata for it Coffee
81 Who invented the first safety razor in 1895 King Camp Gillette
82 What nationality is Thor Heyerdahl Norwegian
83 What 3 ingredients make a sidecar cocktail Brandy Cointreau
Lemon juice
84 A spunder or drift is the name for a group of what animals Swine
85 What is Erse Irish Gaelic language
86 On oometer measures what Birds Eggs
87 What did table tennis balls used to be made from Cork
88 If you had variola what disease have you got Smallpox
89 Which playing card is called the Curse of Scotland Nine of Diamonds
90 Which painter did Hans van Meegeren most fake Vermeer
91 Which country had the first women MPs 19 in 1907 Finland
92 In 1969 what category was added to the Nobel prizes Economics
93 In which city was Bob Hope born London (Eltham)
94 In the human body where is your occiput Back of head
95 Who wrote the Star Spangled Banner Francis Scott-key
96 Which food did Victorians deride as little bags of mystery Sausages
97 Which actor was dubbed the muscles from Brussels Jean Claude Van Dam
98 Which film star was the first to appear on a postage stamp Grace Kelly
99 What would you expect to find in a binnacle Ships compass
100 Which Hollywood star has made the cover of Life most times Elizabeth Taylor (11)
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