gk questions and answers
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191. Lending her name to a famous brand, who was the Greek Goddess of Victory?
GK Questions and Answers
192. Name the four states in the USA that start with the letter A?
193. What is the capital of Thailand?
194. Genghis Khan was the most famous leader of what people?
195. From what port did the Titanic set sail on its fateful voyage?
196. What is stored in a camel's hump?
197. What is Batman's off-duty name?
198. There are three countries that have both an Atlantic and a Mediterranean coast, name them?
199. Which toy was voted Toy of the 20th Century?
200. Name a country whose name starts with the letter A but does not finish with an A?
201. What are the colors of the French flag?
202. Which is the longest river in the world?
203. Who is the true God who saves?
204. Which river flows through London?
206. What is the largest type of shark?
207. How many bits are there in a byte?
208. The Matrix Reloaded took $93 mil in its opening US weekend, a record secondly only to which previous film?
209. Who discovered penicillin?
210. Which is the highest waterfall in the world?
211. Which is the biggest country; the United Kingdom, France or Spain?
212. Who was the most famous woman Prime Minister in Britain?
213. What are the first six letters on the top row of most typewriters in the world?
214. What does UNESCO stand for?
215. What is the American English word for the British English word-lift?
216. What is the name of Muslim's prophet?
217. Which three nationalities did Einstein have at different times?
218. Which metal boils at the highest temperature silver gold or lead?
219. What is the capital city of Kenya?
220. Who invented the helicopter?
221. Who invented the color television?
222. In which sport are a bow and arrow used?
223. What are the 5 largest countries of the world?
224. What is the most crowded city in the world?
225. How is the year 1500 written in Roman numerals?
226. Who was the Queen of Egypt twice?
227. Which player has scored the earliest goal of the World Cup history?
228. What is the capital of Cuba?
230. A is the international vehicle registration letter for which country?
231. What is the sport with the largest playing field?
232. Which astronaut was the first to orbit the earth?
233. What does a third-place getter at the Olympic Games win?
234. How did titanic sink with her 1503 passengers?
235. Who invented the electronic computer?
236. Who invented the laptop?
237. What are the 5 most crowded countries of the world?
238. Which is the most famous long island?
239. What did John Boyd Dunlop invent in 1888?
241. Name the Canadian who won the 1988 Olympic 100m but was later stripped of the title when he tested positive for anabolic steroids?
242. How many permanent teeth does an adult have?
243. What awards, founded by a Swedish chemist and inventor of dynamite, were first conferred on December 10th, 1901?
244. What do English-speaking people often say when they are being photographed?
245. If it is midday in London, what time is it in New York?
246. Which was the most expensive film ever made?
247. What is the boiling point of water?
248. Which activity utilizes more muscles: Smiling or Frowning?
249. What is the normal temperature of the human body (in Celsius)?
250. Which fictional character had two ugly sisters?
251. Give the correct name for the hormone which stimulates the nervous system and raises heartbeat?
192. Alabama; Arizona: Arkansas; Alaska
194. The Mongols
197. Bruce Wayne
198. France, Spain & Morocco
200. Afghanistan or Azerbaijan
201. Red, white and blue
202. 6,670 for the Nile
204. The Thames
205. In 1556, an earthquake caused 830.000 deaths in China.
206. Whale shark
209. Alexander Fleming
210. Salto Angel in Venezuela - 979 meters
211. The UK: 240,937 km; France: 547,026 km; Spain: 504,782 km
212. Margaret Thatcher, 1979-90
214. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
217. He was born in Germany, then became a Swiss citizen, and later took American citizenship.
218. Gold. 2,900°C; silver: 2,210°C; lead: 1.740°C
223. 1-Russia, 2-China, 3-Canada, 4-USA, 5-Brazil
224. Tokyo-Japan (26.500.000)
227. Hakan Sukur-Turkey (He scored in the 11th second in 2002)
229. In 1996, a school fire caused over 500 deaths in India.GENERAL KNOWLEDGE QUESTIIONS
232. Yuri Gagarin
233. A bronze medal
234. It hit an iceberg in Northern Atlantic in 1912
235. Berry Atanosov-American-1942
237. 1-China (1.304.000.000), 2-India (1.065.000.000), 3-USA (294.000.000), 4-Indonesia (219.000.000), 5-Brazil (178.000.000)
238. Long Island in New York State, containing Brooklyn, Queens and John F Kennedy Airport
239. He made tires with air in them for his child's bicycle
240. In 1970 a tornado caused nearly 300.000 deaths in Bangladesh.
241. Ben Johnson
243. Nobel Prizes
244. 'Cheese!' Then they look as though they are smiling.
245. Seven o'clock in the morning
246. Star Trek in 1979-$46,000,000
247. 100' centigrade