Picture Round

Quiz 26 – Round 1 – Picture Quiz

This week’s picture round is a selection of famous male actors. Download the quiz by clicking on the grey button below – and don’t forget to print out the answers too.

 

 

 

1. Bruce Willis

Actor Bruce Willis,” © 2006 Rafael Amado Deras, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en

2. Colin Firth

“Actor Colin Firth B-Lines it to his SUV after the TIFF 08 premiere of Easy Virtue,”
© 2008 Christopher Harte, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.en

3. Sir Ben Kingsley

Actor Sir Ben Kingsley on the Red Carpet on September 10th 2008 at the Tiff 08 Premiere of Fifty Dead Men Walking,”

© 2008 Christopher Harte, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.en

4. Ethan Hawke

Actor Ethan Hawke on the Red Carpet on September 10th 2008 at the TIFF 08 Premiere of What Doesn’t Kill You,”

© 2008 Christopher Harte, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.en

5. Andy Garcia

Actor/Musician Andy Garcia,” © 2006 Rafael Amado Deras, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en

6. Sir Ian McKellan

This is an adaption of “Serena McKellen / Sir Ian McKellen” © 2010 by Pete Birkinshaw, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license:http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en. This adaptation is licensed under the same Creative Commons Attribution license:http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en.

7. Paul Bettany

IMG_5631,” © 2009 Paul Sherwood, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en

8. Haley Joel Osment

Haley Joel OSMENT,” © 2001 Thomas, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.en

9. Andrew Lincoln

IMG_9544,” © 2011 Shanon, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en

10. Benedict Cumberbatch

Benedict Cumberbatch,” © 2011 honeyfitz, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en

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Quiz 26 – Round 2 – Food and Drink

This week’s food and drink round is all about advertising slogans – can you identify the food, drink or restaurant from their slogan, past or present?

1. ‘Eat Fresh’

Subway

2. ‘Full of Eastern Promise’

Fry’s Turkish Delight

3. ‘So Good’ 

KFC (replaced ‘it’s finger-lickin’ good’ in 2011)

4. ‘You Either Love It or Hate It’

Marmite

5. ‘Have It Your Way’

Burger King

6. ‘It’s The Real Thing’

Coca-Cola

7. ‘The Lighter Way To Enjoy Chocolate’

Maltesers

8. ‘After Dark’

Tia Maria

9. ‘What’s The Worst That Can Happen?’

Dr Pepper

10. ‘What A Refreshing Change’

Woodpecker Cider

 

 

 

 

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Foreign Languages Quiz

Quiz 26 – Round 3 – Foreign Languages

1. Which French phrase, adopted into the English language, literally means ‘terrible child’ and can be used to describe a person whose behaviour is unconventional or disruptive?

Enfant terrible

2. Which German phrase is used in English to describe a person who looks identical to another?

Doppelgänger

3. If an Italian person wished you a ‘buon compleanno’, what would they be saying?

Happy Birthday

4. ‘Merhaba’ is a greeting in which language?

Turkish

5. In 1998, Kylie Minogue released a single with the title in French – what was it called?

Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi (translates as ‘I don’t know why)

6. An item on an Indian menu containing ‘aloo’, has which ingredient?

Potato

7. ‘Suomi’ is the name of which country in its mother tongue?

Finland

8. If you ordered ‘patatas fritas’ from a Spanish menu, what would you get to eat?

French fries/chips

9. ‘Pad Thai’ is a Thai dish with what as its main ingredient?

Noodles

10. Which word from the Hawaiian language  has been commonly used to say both ‘goodbye’ and ‘hello’?

Aloha

 

 

 

 

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Music quiz

Quiz 26 – Round 4 – Music

Another lyrics round – please give us the next line (the number of words required in brackets).

1. ‘Wouldn’t it be nice to get on with me neighbours…’ (Next 12 words please)

‘But they make it very clear they’ve got no room for ravers’ (Lazy Sunday Afternoon – Small Faces)

2. ‘In my imagination there is no complication…’ (Next 7 words)

‘I dream about you all the time’ (I Should Be So Lucky – Kylie Minogue)

3. ‘I thought love was only true in fairytales…’ (Next 8 words)

‘Made for someone else but not for me’ ( I’m A Believer – Monkees)

4. ‘Hey, where did we go, days when the rains came…’ (Next 8 words)

‘Down in the hollow, playing a new game’ (Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison)

5. ‘Wake up in the morning with a head like ‘what ya done’…’ (Next 6 words)

‘This used to be the life’ (I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’ – Scissor Sisters)

6. ‘Money talks, but it don’t sing and dance…’ (Next 4 words)

‘And it don’t walk’ (Forever In Blue Jeans – Neil Diamond)

7. ‘I was roaming around, I was looking down at all I see…’ (Next 8 words)

‘Painted faces fill the places I can’t reach’ (Use Somebody – Kings Of Leon)

8. ‘You took a mystery and made me want it…’ (Next 9 words)

‘You got a pedestal and put me on it’ (Chain Reaction – Diana Ross)

9. ‘You, you’re such a big star to me, you’re everything I wanna be…’ (Next 6 words)

‘But you’re stuck in a hole’ (Shine – Take That)

10. ‘I am just a poor boy, though my story’s seldom told…’ (Next 5 words)

‘I have squandered my resistance’ (The Boxer – Simon and Garfunkel)

 

 

 

 

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70s

Quiz 26 – Round 5 – The 70s

1. Which comedian and presenter replaced Bruce Forsyth as presenter of ‘The Generation Game’ in 1978?

Larry Grayson

2. Which was the highest grossing film of the 70s?

Star Wars

3. In which year was the first of the three ‘Godfather’ films released?

1972

4. Who held the post of Prime Minister as the 70s began, on 1st January 1970?

Harold Wilson

5. Which animated series first aired in 1974 and told the story of the rivalry between a green dog and a pink cat?

Roobarb and Custard

6. Which toy had a man’s name and consisted of 4 coloured sections, the aim being to remember in which order the colours flashed?

Simon

7. In which year was decimal currency introduced in the United Kingdom?

1971

8. Which space mission was launched on April 11th 1970 and intended to land on the moon, until an oxygen tank exploded, causing a loss of power, heat and drinkable water?

Apollo 13

9. The winter overlapping which two years was popularly known as ‘The Winter Of Discontent’, due to widespread action by trade unions demanding large pay rises?

1978 – 1979

10. Which three women played the original ‘Charlie’s Angels’?

Kate Jackson, Farrah Fawcett and Jaclyn Smith

 

 

 

 

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Science and Nature

Quiz 26 – Round 6 – Science and Nature

This week’s science and nature round is all about chemical elements and their codes. We’ll give you an element, you give us the letter or letters that represent it as its symbol

1. Carbon

C

2. Arsenic

As

3. Tin

Sn

4. Gold

Au

5. Tungsten

W

6. Polonium

Po

7. Chlorine

Cl

8. Manganese

Mn

9. Iron

Fe

10. Xenon

Xe

 

 

 

 

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Quiz 26 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. How many hearts does an octopus have?

3

2. Which zodiac sign is symbolised by an archer?

Sagittarius

3. How many different fields of Nobel prize are there?

6 (Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, Literature, Peace and Economic Sciences)

4. How many gold medals did Team GB win in the 2012 Olympic Games?

29

5. What is the main holy book of Islam called?

Qur’an

6. What is the proper title of the piece of music used as the theme tune for ‘Monty Python’s Flying Circus’?

The Liberty Bell (March)

7. Which singer was born Rosemary Brown in 1951?

Dana

8. What word can mean both a type of glass and a type of musical instrument?

Flute

9. Who formed the band ‘The Quarrymen’ in 1956?

John Lennon

10. In which 4 countries are the 4 yearly tennis Grand Slams held?

U.S.A., France, England and Australia

 

 

 

 

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