CoventryLive has come up with a bumper general knowledge quiz – are you up to the test?
We have 75 questions on a range of subjects, from trivia, to politics, geography and history.
It might be that these help you out if it is your turn to host a quiz with your family and friends.
Or you might just want to test out your general knowledge – the answers are below, so scroll down to find out.
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1. Who sang Kids in America?
2. Name one country where the Himalayas are located.
3. What is Acrophobia the fear of?
4. Which English counties border Wales?
5. Who plays Sharon Watts in Eastenders?
6. Where was Bill Clinton born? a) Arkansas b) Mississippi c) Alabama
7. How much does Mayfair cost on the standard London monopoly board?
8. Please Please Me was which band’s first UK number one single?
9. What was the name of the popular handheld digital pet created in the 90s?
10. Which UK city has the postcode CH?
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11. Who was the lead singer of Nirvana?
12. In which English county is Watford in?
13. What was the name of the sheep that was the first mammal to be successfully cloned in 1996?
15. Which actor played Chandler Bing in the hit sitcom Friends?
16. Who became the Prime Minister of Britain in November 1990?
17. What is the capital of Switzerland?
18. In what year were the Spice Girls founded?
19. How much money does Mark Zuckerberg make in a day? a) $600,000 b) $6m c) $60m
20. What is the national sport of Japan?
21. Who was Henry VIII’s last wife?
22. What main character, who a Disney film is named after, never speaks?
23. Why is Kopi Luwak the most famous/infamous coffee in the world?
24. What is a baby elephant called?
25. What is the main ingredient in black pudding?
26. Which public inquiry held throughout 2011 and 2012 examined the ethics of the British press following the phone hacking scandal?
27. What is the capital of Venezuela?
28. Which political leader was elected President of South Africa in 1994?
29. What character did Shane Richie play in Eastenders?
30. Which ‘A’ is a soft gypsum stone, commonly used for carving and decorative pieces?
31. Who is known as the Money Saving Expert?
32. Which British king abdicated in favour of his brother George VI?
33. What is the biggest US state by area?
34. Which communist politician became premier of Romania in 1965, serving until his execution in 1989?
35. Which cyclist became the first Briton to win the Tour de France race in 2012?
36. Which is the only vowel not used as the first letter in a US State?
37. What did the Romans call Scotland?
38. What are the five colours of the Olympic rings?
39. What is the largest country in the world by area?
40. Who was made Lord Mayor of London In 1397, 1398, 1406 And 1419?
41. In football, which team has won the Champions League (formerly the European Cup) the most?
42. In what English region would you find the River Soar?
43. What was Marilyn Monroe’s real name?
44. How many players are there in a rugby league team?
45. What is the hottest continent on Earth?
46. Which singer known for the songs ‘My Way’ and ‘New York, New York’ died in 1998?
47. Who plays Eve in Killing Eve?
48. What is the longest river in the world?
49. Which horse is the only three-time winner of the Grand National?
50. Who is the voice of Mufasa in the Lion King?
51. What is the common name for sodium chloride?
52. What is the name of the cafe in Eastenders?
53. What is the currency in Poland?
54. What is the first book in the Old Testament?
55. Who is the founder and leader of Hinduism?
56. Where would you find the Sea of Tranquility?
57. In which Italian city was pizza invented?
58. What is the gift for 10 years of marriage?
59. Who invented the world wide web?
60. Which actor played James Bond the most?
61. What is the capital of New Zealand?
62. What is Lady Gaga’s real name? (Just the surname will do)
63. Which famous US sitcom was based at Apartment 5A, 129 West 81st Street, New York?
64. Who ran the fastest women’s 100m ever?
65. What are you afraid of if you suffer from xanthophobia?
66. How much does the average cloud weigh in pounds? a) 1, b) 1,000, c) 1 million
67. What does the Greek word ‘yamas’ mean in English?
68. What is the national animal of the USA?
69. What is Postman Pat’s surname?
70. ‘Ahh Bisto’ is a phrase best associated with which type of British food sauce?
71. Which epic fantasy novel is set on the fictional continents of Westeros and Essos?
72. Presidential candidate Joe Biden served as Vice President of the United States under which President?
73. If one side of a square is ten inches long, what is the circumference?
74. The common phrase ‘down and out’ meaning beaten is taken from which sport?
75. In ballet, which ‘A’ is a move where the body is supported on one leg with the other leg extended directly behind the body?
1. Kim Wilde
2. Pakistan, Bhutan or Tajikistan
4. Cheshire, Shropshire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire
5. Letitia Dean
8. The Beatles
11. Kurt Cobain
15. Matthew Perry
16. John Major
20. Sumo wrestling
21. Catherine Parr
23. It’s been digested by a civet (like a cat)
26. Leveson Inquiry
28. Nelson Mandela
29. Alfie Moon
31. Martin Lewis
32. Edward VIII
34. Nicolae Ceausescu
35. Bradley Wiggins
38. Blue, yellow, black, green and red
40. Richard (Dick) Whittington
41. Real Madrid (13)
42. East Midlands
43. Norma Jeane Mortenson
46. Frank Sinatra
47. Sandra Oh
48. River Nile
49. Red Rum
50. James Earl Jones
56. The moon
59. Tim Berners-Lee
50. Roger Moore
62. Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta
64. Florence Griffith-Joyner
65. The colour yellow
66. 1 million
68. The bald eagle
71. Game of Thrones
72. Barack Obama
73. 40 inches