101 General Knowledge Exam for Genuine Learners

  • March 31, 2021
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1. “Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.” who told this?

Albert Einstein

2. Eggs are great for what?

Baking or eating

3. Which country changed its time zone?

North Korea

4. Which country has the last sunset?

American Samoa

5. If something can stand up, they usually stand on their what?

Feet

6. What do many children ride on to get to school and back?

A bus

7. Who lives in a trash can on ‘Sesame Street’?

Oscar the Grouch

8. What color does the sky often appear to be when it rains?

Gray

9. What farm animal gives us milk to drink?

Cow or goat

10. What does a teacher use to get chalk or marker off the board?

An eraser

11. What animal purrs and is known for chasing mice?

A cat

12. Where does the President of the United States live, while in office?

The White House

13. If you wanted to dig a hole, what tool would you use?

A shovel

14. “Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.” who told this?

Eleanor Roosevelt

15. Which athlete has won the greatest number of gold medals at a single Olympics, and how many?

Michael Phelps. He won 8 gold medals at the Beijing 2008 Olympic games.

16. What color is a Himalayan poppy?

Blue

17. The Statue of Liberty was gifted to the United States by which country?

France

18. Who improved the design of the modern-day incandescent light bulb?

Thomas Edison

19. Which was the country that first made the use of paper money?

China

20. “One of the greatest diseases is to be nobody to anybody.” who told this?

Mother Teresa

21. Which garden is considered to be among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World?

The Hanging Gardens of Babylon.

22. What was the last name of flight pioneers Orville and Wilbur?

Wright

23. Who is the only athlete to win the Olympic marathon twice and in successive Olympic games?

Abebe Bikila

24. Who was the 16th president of the United States?

Abraham Lincoln

25. What is the name of the outermost layer of skin?

Epidermis

26. Of the six noble gases, which is the lightest?

Helium

27. Which would be most attracted to a magnet? Copper, iron or aluminum?

Iron

28. Where did the game of badminton originate?

It originated in the Indian city of Pune (or Poona, as it was known back then).

29. In the nursery rhyme, ‘Jack and Jill’, what do Jack and Jill go up the hill to fetch?

A pail of water

30. What color are grass and leaves on trees?

Green

31. What is called a group of countries ruled over by a single monarch or ruling power?

An ‘Empire’

32. Which is the highest mountain in Africa?

Mount Kilimanjaro

33. In which year was Alaska sold to the U.S.?

1867

34. Where did the Olympic Games originate?

Greece

35. If you boil water, what do you get?

Steam

36. Which fruit is the most popular and most consumed in the world?

Bananas – more than 40 tons of bananas are consumed annually.

37. Which is the biggest spider in the world?

The tarantula. It lives in the Amazon basin.

38. How many planets are in our solar system? Can you name them all?

There are eight planets in our solar system. These are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.

39. Which is the smallest country in the world?

The Vatican, located in Rome.

40. Ascorbic Acid is another name for which Vitamin? A, B, or C?

Vitamin C

41. Which U.S. President is Barack Obama?

The 44th President of the United States

42. Which singing voice is the highest pitch? Soprano, tenor, or baritone?

Soprano

43. Does the word ‘clandestine’ mean noisy, secret, or colorful?

Secret

44. In which year was the LEGO company founded? 1932, 1942 or 1952?

1932

45. Which is taller? The Eiffel Tower or The Statue of Liberty?

The Eiffel Tower (320 meters tall) is taller than The Statue of Liberty (93m tall)

46. What is it called when children go out to play during a break at school?

Recess

47. “All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.” who told this?

Walt Disney

48. Who was the first actor to have played the role of James Bond in the movie series?

Sir Sean Connery

49. Which City Is The Eiffel Tower Located In?

Paris

50. In Which City Was The World Trade Centre Located?

New York

51. Which Country Has The Highest Population In The World?

China.

52. What is the Currency Used in Germany?

Germany Uses the Currency Euro.

53. Name the Largest Ocean On The Earth.

The Pacific Ocean.

54. Which City Is The Capital Of The United States Of America?

Washington D.C.

55. Who was originally offered the role of Jafar in Aladdin, but had to turn it down because he was filming Star Trek: The Next Generation?

Patrick Stewart

56. What Is The Diameter Of The Hoop Of The Basketball?

The Diameter Is 18 Inches.

57. Which Country Will Be Hosting The Olympics In The Year 2020?

Japan

58. Which Classical Composer Was Known To Be Deaf?

Ludwig Van Beethoven.

59. What Is The Theme Song of the 2014 animated Film, The Lego Movie, Called?

Everything is Awesome.

60. Which new city in Nigeria has been shaped like a crescent, and has replaced Lagos as capital?

Abuja

61. What is the Capital Of Thailand?

Bangkok

62. This forms lava and igneous rocks and is found under the Earth’s crust What is it?

Magma

63. What are there about 700 in the human body, including biceps and triceps?

Muscles

64. What Is The Tallest Peak in the Himalayan Mountain Range Called?

Mount Everest

65. What Do The Characters in The Cartoon Scooby Doo Call Their Car?

The Mystery Machine

66. What Sentence In English Contains all the Letters of the Alphabet?

The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over the Lazy Dog

67. What Will You Never find in the Casinos of Las Vegas?

Clocks

68. What color is a Welsh poppy?

Yellow

69. In which country are Tangier and Casablanca?

Morocco

70. What is the smallest bone of the human skeleton?

The stapes, in the middle ear

71. What are the sect of people in New Zealand that press noses (hongi) as a greeting as traditional?

Maori people

72. What are movable joints and make up most of the joints in the body and are located mostly in the limbs, where mobility is critical?

Synovial joints

73. Who was the Danish author of Out of Africa?

Karen Blixen

74. At which town in Sudan do the White and Blue Niles join?

Khartoum

75. What helps Synovial joints to move freely?

Synovial fluid

76. What are the most mobile type of joint and allow you to move your arms and legs in many different directions?

Ball and socket joints, such as hip and shoulder joints

77. Which kind of bulbs were once exchanged as a form of currency?

Tulips

78. What is the name of Plastic surgery involving the nose<

Rhinoplasty

79. What of the body parts moves up to 20 hours after death, and can measure the time of death?

Nasal cilia

80. The brain region for processing smell is up to 50% larger in women. True/ False?

True

81. Where do the White Nile and the Blue Nile join together?

Khartoum, in Egypt

82. How many times the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to Nobel Laureates between 1901 and 2019?

110 to 219

83. Nasal membrane color is an indicator of health. Pink indicates a healthy nasal membrane, red signifies infection and muted pink and gray appear during nasal allergy season. True/ False?

True

84. What in the hair strand results in blond hair?

Little pigmentation

85. By which Latin name was Rosa Gallica previously known?

Rosa Mundi

86. What is the only one of the five senses directly connected to the area of the brain where memories are formed and emotions are processed?

Smell

87. How many individuals have received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry till 2019?

180

88. Mount Toubkal is the highest peak of which range of mountains?

Atlas Mountains

89. Which African country is sandwiched between Ghana and Benin?

Togo

90. Which country is the home of the Ashanti?

Ghana

91. Which country was called Upper Volta until 1984?

Burkina Faso

92. Give the alternative name for a Mountain Ash tree.

Rowan

93. What protects the eyes from dirt, sweat, and rain, and is a key part of non-verbal communication, displaying emotions like sadness, anger, and excitement?

Eyebrows

94. In which country are the towns of Gweru and Kwekwe?

Zimbabwe

95. Who was the Egyptian president who was assassinated in 1981?

Anwar Sadat

96. Why do we need to wear glasses and contact lenses?

To correct common sight conditions such as short and long-sightedness.

97. What are the two main arms of the River Nile called?

White Nile, which begins in Burundi, and the Blue Nile, which begins in Ethiopia.

98. What is the name of the volcanic valley that runs from the Sinai peninsula to central Mozambique?

Great Rift Valley

99. In which country were the Mau-0 Mau a secret guerrilla movement?

Kenya

100. How many types of hair pigments are responsible for all-natural hair colors?

Two types, Eumelanin pigment are dominant in dark-blond, brown, and black hair, while pheomelanin is dominant in red hair.

101. If a human being’s DNA were uncoiled, it would stretch 10 billion miles, from Earth to Pluto and back. True/ False

True

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