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Default March Quiz Answers And Winners

Round 1 – Art and Literature

Whats The Musical?

1. ‘Do-Re-Mi’, ‘My Favourite Things’ and ’Climb Every Mountain’.

The Sound Of Music

2. ‘I Dreamed A Dream’, Bring Him Home’ and ‘On My Own’.

Les Miserables

3. All I Ask Of You’, ‘Angel Of Music’ and ‘Masquerade’.

The Phantom Of The Opera

4. ‘Macavity’, ‘Mr Mistoffelees’ and ‘Memory’.

Cats

5. ‘Love Changes Everything’, ’The First Man You Remember’ and ‘Anything But Lonely’.

Aspects of Love

6. ‘I Still Believe’, ‘The Telephone Song’ and ‘Sun and Moon’.

Miss Saigon

7. ‘Defying Gravity’, ‘The Wizard and I’ and ‘I’m Not That Girl’

Wicked

8. ‘If I Were A Rich Man’, ‘Sunrise, Sunset’ and ‘Any Day Now’.

Fiddler On The Roof

9. ‘Young and Healthy’, ‘I Only Have Eyes For You’ and ‘Lullaby Of Broadway’.

42nd Street

10. ‘Windy City’, ‘Black Hills Of Dakota’ and ‘Hive Full Of Honey’

Calamity Jane


Round 2 – Food and Drink

what sort of food it is – eg. spaghetti = pasta, Granny smith = apple. Ok?

1. Victoria

Plum

2. Mondseer

Cheese

3. Bara Brith

Bread (fruit bread from Wales)

4. Talisker

Whisky (brand of)

5. Arborio

Rice

6. Maris Bard

Potato

7. Barbina

pasta (little nests)

8. Spätzle

Noodle

9. Picholine

Olive

10. Jalapeño

Pepper


Round 3 – Music

Name The Lyrics?

1. “Kicking your can all over the place.”

We Will Rock You – Queen

2. “Maxwell Edison, majoring in medicine, calls her on the phone.”

Maxwell’s Silver Hammer – Beatles

3. “Her face is a map of the world, is a map of the world. You can see she’s a beautiful girl, she’s a beautiful girl.”

Suddenly I See – KT Tunstall

4. “Nothing is so good it lasts eternally, perfect situations must go wrong.”

I Knew Him So Well – From The Musical Chess (Elaine Page and Barbara Dickson made it famous)

5. “‘Cause I have been told that salvation lets their wings unfold.”

Angels – Robbie Williams

6. “There’s a dark secret in me, don’t leave me lost in your arms, set me free.”

Can’t Get You Out Of My Head – Kylie Minogue

7. “Don’t your feet get cold in the winter time? The sky won’t snow and the sun won’t shine.”

Desperado – Eagles

8. “Now baby, maybe she’s in need of a kiss.”

All Right Now – Free

9. “You’re a teaser, you turn ‘em on. Leave them burning and then ou’re gone.”

Dancing Queen – Abba

10. “I got my first real six-string. Bought it at the five-and-dime.”

Summer of ’69 – Bryan Adams


Round 4 – Language

Cockney Rhyming Slang. We give you the slang, you tell us what it means.

1. Chevy Chase

Face

2. Harry Nash

Cash

3. Happy hours

flowers

4. Currant bun

Sun

5. Stammer and stutter

Butter

6. South of France

Dance

7. Skin and blister

Sister

8. Read and write

Fight

9. Pitch and toss

Boss

10. Old King Cole

The dole


Round 5 – The World

name of the country it is in?

1. The Acropolis

Greece

2. Potala Palace

Tibet

3. The Petronas Twin Towers

Malaysia

4. Brandenburg Gate

Germany

5. Angel Falls

Venezuela

6. Christ The Redeemer

Brazil

7. Belvedere Palace

Austria

8. Angkor Wat

Cambodia

9. Konark Sun Temple

India

10. Petra

Jordan


Round 6 – General Knowledge

1. Which member of ‘The Beatles’ also produced Monty Python’s ‘Life of Brian?’

George Harrison

2. Which broadcaster published a biography of Prince Charles in 1996?

Jonathan Dimbleby

3. The month of January is named after the Roman God Janus – but what did he have two of?

Faces

4. What is the name of Larry Hagman’s mother, also famous for acting?

Mary Martin

5. Sir Paul McCartney has always been known by his middle name, but what is his real first name?

James

6. What was held at Crystal Palace in 1851?

The Great Exhibition

7. Which portuguese explorer gave the Pacific Ocean its name?

Ferdinand Magellan

8. Which prime number is the next highest after 31?

37

9. What is the International Air Transport Association code for Gatwick airport?

LGW

10. What is the monetary unit of Brazil?

Real


Round 7 – Art

1. Apart from ‘Psalms’, which is the only other book of the Old Testament that begins with a ’P'?

Proverbs

2. Who wrote ‘Little Women’?

Louisa May Alcott

3. In Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’, which creature was used as the ball in the game of croquet?

A hedgehog

4. How many paintings did Van Gogh sell during his lifetime?

One

5. Who wrote the award-winning fantasy novel, ‘Life of Pi’?

Yann Martel

6. Who created the famous sculpture ‘The Thinker’?

Auguste Rodin

7. Who wrote the poem ‘The Charge of the Light Brigade’?

Alfred Lord Tennyson

8. ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ was the first book published in the series of ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’ by C.S. Lewis. What was the name of the last?

The Last Battle

9. How many lines are there in a limerick?

5

10. Which children’s writer created the characters ‘The Saucepan Man’, ‘Dame Washalot’ and ‘Moonface’?

Enid Blyton (In ‘The Faraway Tree’ series)


Round 8 – Celebrities

Who am I?

1. I was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, in 1961. I am a graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Law School. I ran for the United States Senate in 2004.

Barack Obama

2. I was born in Liverpool in 1940 and died in 1980. My first band was called ‘The Quarrymen’. In 2002, a BBC poll of the 100 Greatest Britons ranked me 8th.

John Lennon

3. I was born in Michigan in 1863. I was an American industrialist and I sponsored the development of the system of mass production and assembly-line manufacture. As owner of

my own company, named after myself, I became one of the most famous and richest people in the world at the time.

Henry Ford

4. I was born in Bedford in 1929. I was a famous British actor, writer, critic and broadcaster, but I am best known for my comedy and my love of words. As well as writing and

starring in a number of sitcoms, I was part of a double act sketch show from 1971 until 1986.

Ronnie Barker

5. I was born in Somerset in 1959 and am known for being a British businesswoman. At the age of 19 I moved to Italy and set up a glass and ceramics export agency. I now own

‘Fox Brothers’, a West Country textile mill and I regularly appear on TV alongside some of my contemporaries.

Deborah Meaden

6. I was born in Ulm, in Germany, in 1876. In 1895 I moved to Switzerland to study and in 1921 I won the Nobel Prize for Physics. I emigrated to the USA in 1933.

Albert Einstein.

7. I was born in Brighton in 1978 and was a child model. I modelled for a clothing line at age 13 and I later became a page 3 model. I have been married twice, appeared on a

reality TV show and I applied to represent the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2005.

Katie Price (Jordan)

8. I was born in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, in 1935. I am an actress, a singer and an author and I have published a children’s story book with my daughter. In the 2000 New

Year’s Honours List I was made a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire

Julie Andrews

9. I was born in 1981 and my real Christian name is Kelendria. I found fame in the American group ‘Destiny’s child’ and have more recently become known for my role as a judge

on the UK X Factor.

Kelly Rowland

10. I was born in southwest London in 1976 and I am known for my career in stand-up comedy. I released my autobiography, ‘Life and Laughing: My Story’ in 2010 and in the same

year I also became the youngest ever host of the Royal Variety Performance. I have also been a judge on ‘Britain’s Got Talent’.

Michael McIntyre


Round 9 – History

In Which Year?

1. The Republic of China was established, the Titanic hit an iceberg and Arizona became the 48th U.S. state.

1912

2. The first commercial Concorde flight, Harold Wilson resigned from his post as Prime Minister and the Eagles released Hotel California.

1976

3. Germany invaded Denmark and Norway in operation Weserübung, Winston Churchill gave his first address as Prime Minister and Walt Disney’s Fantasia is released.

1940

4. The unmanned Soviet spacecraft Luna 9 made the first controlled rocket-assisted landing on the moon, England beat Germany 4-2 to win the World Cup and John Lennon was

forced to apologise for claiming that the Beatles were ‘more popular than Jesus’.

1966

5. The ‘U-Bahn’ (The Berlin underground system) was opened, Cuba gained independence from the United States and Lord Salisbury resigned as British Prime Minister.

1902

6. West Germany joined NATO, Anthony Eden became Prime Minister and James Dean died in a car accident.

1955

7. An earthquake measuring 7.0 devastated Haiti, the Eurozone and the International Monetary Fund agreed a 110 billion euro bailout deal for Greece and 33 Chilean miners were

rescued after being trapped underground for 69 days.

2010

8. David Niven and Jean Genet were born, the Union of South Africa was created and George V became King of England.

1910

9. Fritz Lang’s famous film ‘Metropolis’ premiered in Germany, the first Volvo car was made in Sweden and the first trans-atlantic telephone call was made from New York to

London, via radio.

1927

10. Sylvia Plath committed suicide in London, the Beatles released their first album, ‘Please Please Me’ and John F. Kennedy gave his ‘Ich bin ein Berliner’ speech in West

Berlin.

1963


Round 10 - Maths

1. What is the formula 2pR for? (p is the symbol for ‘pi’)

The circumference of a circle

2. What is missing out of the trio. Sine, Cosine and…?

Tangent

3. If it takes 3 men 2 hours to dig a hole, how long will it theoretically take one man?

6 hours

4. Whose theorem states that ‘a square on the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares on the other two sides?

Pythagoras

5. What is two cubed?

8

6. If a bag of 30 sweets weighs 20g, how many sweets would weigh 1kg?

1500

7. What is the next number in the series; 1, 4, 9, 16, …?

25 (1 squared is 1, 2 squared is 4, 3 squared is 9, 4 squared is 16 and 5 squared is 25)

8. How many faces does a cube have?

6

9. The roman numeral XXIV is how many?

24

10. How many sides does a dodecahedron have?

12




1st - giulio cesare - 150 :moonstone:
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