Every day, Bill will give you the chance to answer three questions for money. This website will definitely help you.
Q: What is the capital of the USA?
- A: Washington, D.C.
Q: What does an odometer measure?
- A: Distance traveled
Q: Who goes into the pit in a theater?
- A: The orchestra
Q: Where is the sea of showers?
- A: On the moon
Q: Who gifted Statue of Liberty to the USA?
- A: France
Q: Which country borders Australia?
- A: None
Q: What is the capital of Italy?
- A. Rome
Q: What is the capital of Spain?
- A: Madrid
Q: What is the smallest ocean?
- A: Arctic Ocean
Q: What is the capital of Norway?
- A: Oslo
Q: What is the capital of Sweden?
- A: Stockholm
Q: Name the capital of Belarus?
- A: Minsk
Q: What is the capital of Canada?
- A: Ottawa
Q: What is the capital of Russia?
- A: Moscow
Q: What is the capital of India?
- A: Delhi
Q: What is the capital of Turkey?
- A: Ankara
Q: What is the capital of France?
- A: Paris
Q: What place has a south wind blowing?
- A: North Pole
Q: What is the capital the of UK?
- A: * London
Q: What is the highest mountain?
- 'A: Everest
Q: What is the capital of Germany?
- A: Berlin
Q:What Is A Twix?
- A: A type of greenhouse
Q: How many legs does a crab have?
- A: 10
Q: Who goes in the pit in a theater?
- A: The Orchestra
Q: What is a tumbler?
- A: A breed of pigeon
Q: What is a buttonhole?
- A: A small bouquet of flowers.
Q: What is a flat object for carrying plates on called?
- A: Tray
Q: What is a Mastiff?
- A: A breed of dog
Q: What is botany?
- A: Plant science
Q: Which part of the ear are earrings normally worn on?
- A: Lobe
Q: What is a pirouette?
- A: A dance move
Q: What is a reticule?
- A: A woman's purse
Q: What is a frigate?
- A: A warship with three masts.
Q: What is an epigraph?
- A: A quotation at the start of a book.
Q: What is a rambutan?
- A: A Tree
Q: What is fouetté?
- A: A dance move.
Q: What is a suricate?
- A small animal.
Q: What are glasses without earpieces or arms on it called?
- A Pinze - Nez
Q: What is Zoology?
- An Animal Science.
Q: What is another term for music college?
- A Conservatory
Q: A football ball hit the back of the net. What's this called?
- A Goal
Q: Where does a pelican store fish?
- A: A Pouch
Q: What is it called when a soccer ball hits the back of the net?
- A: Goal
Q: What is the largest type of primate in the world?
- A: Gorilla
Q: Which bird is the largest in the world?
- A: Ostrich
Q: What is the world's smallest bird?
- A: Hummingbird
Q: What color of the rainbow comes between green and indigo?
- A: Blue
Q: How many hours are in a day?
- A: 24
Q. Which season has the shortest days?
- A: All days are equal
Q: What kind of wood is used to make matches?
- A: Poplar
Q: What is the starting point of a river called?
- A: Source
Q: Why does a birch tree have dark mark/streaks in its bark?
- A: To breathe
Q: What is the closest star to the earth?
- A: The Sun
Q: Where do you normally put mascara?
- A: On your eyelashes
Q: Who was the architect of the Eiffel Tower?
- A: Gustave Eiffel
Q: Which flower is the symbol of vanity?
- A: Daffodil
Q: When do cockerels crow?
- A: At Dawn
Q: what is Raveena?
- A: A intelligent girl
Q: Where do penguins fly during winter?
- A: Penguins do not fly
Q: Which of these tigers does not exist in nature?
- A: Gray
Q: Where do cocoa beans originate from?
- A: South America
Q: In parachuting, how is the winner determined?
- A: The athlete who lands most accurately in a designated area.
Q: Where does the coffee tree originate from?
- A: Africa
Q: How many bits are there in a byte?
- A: 8
Q: What is the tallest animal in the world?
- A: Giraffe
Q: Where do lemurs live?
- A: Madagascar
Q: How long the Hundred Years' war between England and France lasted?
- A: 116 years
Q Which plant grows the fastest?
- A Bamboo
Q Which of these is an instrument for working out direction?
- A Compass
Q Which does not exist in nature?
- Ruby tree
Q Which country does the Panama hat originate from?
Q What part of the clove tree becomes the spice?
- Flower bud
Q What was King George VI called a child?
Q What is a musical salute called?
Q Which of these instruments is used for directions?
Q What are glasses without earpieces/arms called?
Q What kind of sugar in sugar cubes?
Q What street did Sherlock Holmes live on?
- Baker Street
Q What was King George VI called a child?
Q What is the physical sign of an eagle hunting?
- a shadow
Q Which part of the clove tree becomes a spice when dried?
- flower buds
Q Which of these musical instruments was widely used in Ancient Greece?
Q What kind of wreath has been awarded to competition winners since Roman times?
Q What are musical rattles called?
Q What is a high male voice called?
Q: Which musical instrument means quiet in Italian?
Q: Which of these is a lizard that changes its color?
Q: Which one runs the fastest?
Q: Which part of the cinnamon tree becomes a spice when dried?
Q: What is the name of the astronaut who first walked on the moon?
- Neil Armstrong
Q: What is glass made from?
Q: What animal is used to find truffles on the ground?
- Specially trained pigs
Q: How many pieces are there in a game of chess?
Q: How many states in India?
Q: What is cheese made from?
Q: Where a river begins?
Q: Why do birch trees have black streaks on their trunk?
- to breath
Q: What is a person who studies birds called?
Q: what is the most widespread type of coffee?
Q: What is the symbol on the Olympic flag?
- 5 interwoven rings
Q: How many is a dozen?
Q: Which one can lift the heaviest object?
- An elephant
Q: Most of the planets in our Solar System rotate in the same direction, but not this one. Which planet is it?
Q: Which geometric shape has become a musical instrument?
Q: What can a computer not work without?
Q: How many teeth are in a full adult set?
Q: What is the official language of Australia?
Q: What is the biggest animal?
- Blue Whale
Q: What is the place called where a river begins?
Q: What is the German word for "south"?
Q: Small-cap worn to protect the finger while sewing"
Q: What plant is chocolate made from?
Q: What wood are matches made
- Porous Poplar
Holiday Questions Edit
Q: December comes from the Latin word for "tenth," and "October" comes from the word for "eighth." However, December is the twelfth month, and October is the tenth. Why?
- Apparently, the new year began on March 1st for a long time in ancient Rome.
Q: Which country celebrates New Years Day all year round?
Q: In medieval Europe, Christmas trees were not placed on the floor as they are now, but hung upside down from the ceiling. The question is: why?
- So the children could still run around and play.
Q: When and where was the first electrical Christmas tree light lit?
- 1895 USB
Q: what is a numismatist?
- a coin collector