Below, find a list of trivia questions that have been comprised with their answers to help players. If there is a question missing from below, please feel free to add it, or if you don't feel comfortable editing the document, you are always welcome to provide it in the comments below, and it can be added by one of us later.
|What is the capital of the USA?||Washington, D.C.|
|What is the capital of Italy?||Rome|
|What is the capital of Spain?||Madrid|
|What is the capital of Norway?||Oslo|
|What is the capital of Sweden?||Stockholm|
|What is the capital of Belarus?||Minsk|
|What is the capital of Canda||Ottawa|
|What is the capital of Russia?||Moscow|
|What is the capital of India?||Delhi|
|What is the capital of Turkey?||Ankara|
|What is the capital of France?||Paris|
|What is the capital of the United Kingdom?||London|
|What is the capital of Germany?||Berlin|
|Which country borders Australia?||None|
|What is the smallest ocean?||Arctic Ocean|
|What is the highest mountain?||Everest|
|What place has a south wind blowing in all directions?||North Pole|
|How many states in India?||28|
|Who gifted the Statue of Liberty to the USA?||France|
|Who was the architect of the Eiffel Tower?||Gustave Eiffel|
|How long did the Hundred Years' war between England and France lasted?||116 Years|
|What was King George VI called as a child?||Albert|
|What is the name of the astronaut who first walked on the moon?||Neil Armstrong|
Arts & Literature
|Who goes in the pit in a theater?||The Orchestra|
|What is a pirouette?||A dance move|
|What is a fouetté?||A dance move|
|What is another term for music college?||Conservatory|
|What is a musical salute called?||Hawaii Five-O, Mendelssohn's March, Fun Fair or Fanfare|
|What are musical rattles called?||Maracas|
|What is a high male voice called?||Tenor|
|Which musical instrument means quiet in Italian?||Piano|
|Which geometric shape has become a musical instrument?||Triangle|
|What is an epigraph?||A quotation at the start of a book|
|Which of these musical instruments was widely used in Ancient Greece?||Lyre|
|What street did Sherlock Holmes live on?||Baker Street|
Science & Nature
|What does an odometer measure?||Distance traveled|
|Where is the sea of showers?||On the moon|
|How many legs does a crab have?||10|
|What is a tumbler?||A breed of pigeon|
|What is a buttonhole?||A small bouquet of flowers|
|What is a Mastiff?||A breed of dog, a boxing move, a piece of clothing or a type of hurricane.|
|What is botany?||Plant Science|
|What is a rambutan?||A tree|
|What is a suricate?||Small animal|
|What is Zoology?||Animal Science|
|Where does a pelican store fish?||A pouch|
|What is the largest type of primate in the world?||Gorilla|
|Which bird is the largest in the world?||Ostrich|
|What is the world's smallest bird?||Hummingbird|
|When do cockerels crow?||At dawn|
|Where do penguins fly during winter?||Penguins do not fly|
|Which of these tigers does not exist in nature?||Gray|
|What is the tallest animal in the world?||Giraffe|
|Where do lemurs live?||Madagascar|
|What is the physical sign of an eagle hunting?||A shadow|
|Which of these is a lizard that changes its color?||Chameleon|
|Which one runs the fastest?||Cheetah|
|What animal is used to find truffles on the ground?||Specially trained pigs|
|What is a person who studies birds called?||Ornithologist|
|Which one can lift the heaviest object?||An elephant|
|What is the biggest animal?||Blue Whale|
|What color of the rainbow comes between green and indigo?||Blue|
|What kind of wood is used to make matches?||Porous Poplar|
|Where does the coffee tree originate from?||Africa|
|Which plant grows the fastest?||Bamboo|
|Which does not exist in nature?||Ruby Tree|
|What part of the clove tree becomes the spice?||Flower Bud|
|Which part of the cinnamon tree becomes a spice when dried?||Bark|
|What is glass made from?||Sand|
|Why does a birch tree have dark mark/streaks in its bark?||To Breathe|
|What is the starting point of a river called?||Source|
|What is the closest star to the earth?||The Sun|
|Which flower is the symbol of vanity?||Daffodil|
|Where do cocoa beans originate from?||South America|
Sports & Leisure
|What is a flat object for carrying plates on called?||Tray|
|A football hits the back of the net. What's this called?||Goal|
|What is it called when a soccer ball hits the back of the net?||Goal|
|In parachuting, how is the winner determined?||The athlete who lands most accurately in a designated area|
|What kind of wreath has been awarded to competition winners since Roman times?||Laurel|
|How many pieces are there in a game of chess?||32|
|What is the symbol on the Olympic flag?||5 Interwoven Rings|
Still deciding where to place these questions....
Q: What is chocolate made from?
- Chocolate candy, Cocoa, Coffee beans or Sour cream
Q: What Is A Twix?
- A: A type of greenhouse
Q: Which part of the ear are earrings normally worn on?
- A: Lobe
Q: What is a reticule?
- A: A woman's purse
Q: What is a frigate?
- A: A warship with three masts.
Q: What are glasses without earpieces or arms on it called?
- A: Pinze - Nez
Q: How many hours are in a day?
- A: 24
Q: Which season has the shortest days?
- A: All days are equal
Q: Where do you normally put mascara?
- A: On your eyelashes
Q: what is Raveena?
- A: An intelligent girl
Q: How many bits are there in a byte?
- A: 8
Q: Which of these is an instrument for working out direction?
- A: Compass
Q: Which country does the Panama hat originate from?
- A: Ecuador.
Q: What kind of sugar in sugar cubes?
- A: refined
Q: What is cheese made from?
- A: milk
Q: what is the most widespread type of coffee?
- A: Arabica
Q: How many is a dozen?
- A: 12
Q: Most of the planets in our Solar System rotate in the same direction, but not this one. Which planet is it?
- A: Uranus
Q: What can a computer not work without?
- A: Electricity
Q: How many teeth are in a full adult set?
- A: 32
Q: What is the official language of Australia?
- A: English
Q: What is the German word for "south"?
- A: Süd
Q: Small-cap worn to protect the finger while sewing"
- A: Thimble
Q: What plant is chocolate made from?
- A: Cacao
Q: Which part of the clove tree becomes a spice when dried?
- A: Flower Buds
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