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The Ultimate Pop Music Quiz

Think you know a thing or two about Pop Music? Think Catchy songs, famous artists and music awards for inspiration to ace our free Pop Music quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some Poptastic quizzing.

Round 1

1 – Which two countries did pop music originate from?

2 – What is pop music?

3 – Which artist is known as the ‘King of Pop’?

4 – What was the title of Ed Sheeran’s debut album in 2011?

5 – How old was Britney Spears when her hit song ‘Baby One More Time’ came out in 1998 – 15, 16 or 17?

6 – Only 3 members of The Spice Girls released solo music – True or False?

7 – Which artist features with Kelly Rowland for the song Dilemma?

8 – What does JLS stand for?

9 – Who won Artist of the year at the 5th annual Pop awards?

10 – What was S Club 7’s debut single?

Round 2

1 – Which MC has a tool-themed name?

2 -‘Sexy and I Know It’ is a song by which duo?

3 – How many platinum singles has Jason Derulo achieved – 5, 9 or 11?

4 – Jessie J’s “Bang Bang” went multi-platinum worldwide – True or False?

5 – On which TV show were Girls Aloud created?

6 – Ella Henderson’s ‘Let’s Go Home Together’ features which artist?

7 – What was the last song released by One Direction?

8 – Which of the Jonas Brothers has the best solo career?

9 – Which Mika song is titled after a Princess of Monaco?

10 – Which band released the song ‘Doctor Jones’ in 1997?

Round 3

1 – In terms of record sales who is the best-selling boyband?

2 – ‘Anywhere’ is a song released by which female artist in 2018?

3 – Alecia Beth Moore is the real name for which artist?

4 – What was the original name for the pop band ‘Atomic Kitten’?

5 – ‘I Lay my Love on You’ is a song from which pop group?

6 – What is the name of the song by Maroon 5 FT Christina Aguilera?

7 – MMBop is the most successful song of which pop band?

8 – From 2001 to 2005 how many awards did Blue win – 1, 5 or 10?

9 – Which pop artist released ‘Viva La Radio” in 1999?

10 – Rochelle Humes & Frankie Bridge were members of which pop girl group?

Round 4

1 – Which artist wants you to know “I got my driver’s licence last week”?

2 – Which pop girl group wants you to “Say my name, say my name”?

3 – Which boy band wants you to know “It’s all about you, it’s all about you baby”?

4 – Which artist wants you to know “It’s all about tonight”?

5 – Which band are “Glad you came”?

6 – Which artist wants you to know he’s “going up to the spirit in the sky”?

7 – Which pop duo want you to know “That’s not my name”?

8 – Which artist wants you to know “I don’t want to rock, DJ”?

9 – Which pop group want you to know “I’m a deeper shade of blue”?

10 – Which artist wants you to know that ” Now the day bleeds, Into nightfall”?

Round 5

1 – “Clap along if you feel like a room without a roof” is from which pop song?

2 – “Up in the club, we just broke up, I’m doing my own little thing” is from which pop song?

3 – “Cause you’re burning up, I gotta get it fast (yeah)” is from which pop song?

4 – “Welcome to the land of fame excess (woah), Am I gonna fit in” is from which pop song?

5 – “You know I try but I don’t do too well with apologies” is from which pop song?

6 – “Wish I could say “thank you” to Malcolm, Cause he was an angel” is from which pop song?

7 – “Jump out that sofa, let’s kick it, off” is from which pop song

8 – “Yes I’ve been black, but when I come back” is from which pop song?

9 – “Boy, it’s more than I dare to think about” is from which pop song?

10 – “We found weekend jobs when we got paid, We’d buy cheap spirits and drink them straight” is from which pop song?

 

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The Ultimate Country Music Quiz

Think you know a thing or two about Country Music? Think Country songs, famous artists and awards for inspiration to ace our free Country Music quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some quizzing.

Round 1

1 – Jordan Davis ‘Buy Dirt’ features which artist?

2 – ‘Mr Red, White and Blue’ is on which Coffey Anderson album?

3 – Patsy Cline gained success from which talent show?

4 – In which year did The Chicks drop Dixie from their name – 2002, 2012 or 2020?

5 – How many of Brad Paisley’s 46 singles reached No 1 – 11, 21 or 35?

6 – Name the first names of the mother and daughter duo ‘The Judds’?

7 – Who was the first woman to top the country charts?

8 – What was Toby Keith’s job before becoming a country singer?

9 – ‘Strait Country’ was the debut album of which singer?

10 – Which country singer did Taylor Swift write a song about?

Round 2

1 – Which talent show did Carrie Underwood gain success on?

2 – Who was Country music’s first black superstar?

3 – “Take me home, country roads” is a song written about which American state?

4 – What are dance country songs also known as?

5 – In which decade did the term ‘Country Mucis’ gain popularity- 1920, 1930 or 1940?

6 – Which city houses ‘The Birthplace of Country Music Museum?

7 – In which month is national Country music day?

8 – Which US radio broadcast helped with the development of Country Music?

9 – How many weeks did Eddy Arnold’s song “I’ll hold you in my heart (Till I can hold you in my arms)” stay at No1?

10 – Which female artist holds the record for most top 10 albums on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart?

Round 3

1 – In which decade was the Piano introduced to Country Music – 1930, 1935 or 1940?

2 – Who was known as the ‘Harmonica Wizard’?

3 – Which is the most successful Country music band?

4 – Which 1982 hit is considered Willie Nelson’s biggest hit?

5 – As of 2022 who is the best-selling female country artist of all time?

6 – The 2001 song ‘Concrete Angel’ was performed by which Country Artist?

7 – ‘I Hope You Dance’ earned Lee Ann Womack a Grammy – True or False?

8 – Who first recorded Tennessee Whiskey in 1981?

9 – Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings & Johnny Cash formed which Country Music supergroup?

10 – Which song became Faith Hill’s 7th N01 on the Hot Country Song Charts?

Round 4

1 – How many of Reba McEntire’s songs reached No1 on the Billboard Hot Country song charts – 1, 13 or 25?

2 – In 2014 which album did Kacey Musgraves win album of the year for?

3 – Which Country Music star has been a coach on American Idol & The Voice?

4 – “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” was released in 1979 by which Country band?

5 – How many Grammy Awards has Loretta Lynn won?

6 – Who did Brad Paisley duet ‘Whiskey Lullaby’ with?

7 – ‘I’m So Lonesome I could Cry’ was originally released in 1949 by which country star?

8 – How many music awards did Luke Combs win in 2019 – 2, 6 or 8?

9 – Kenny Rogers was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2013 – True or False?

10 – In 1991 which Country Duo released ‘Boots, Scootin Boogie’?

Round 5

1 – “You’re messing up my mind and filling up my senses” is from which country song?

2 – “I keep a close watch on this heart of mine” is from which country song?

3 – “You can tell the world you never was my girl” is from which song?

4 – “I’m doin’ alright except I can’t sleep, And I cry all night ’til dawn” is from what song?

5 – “It’s like we open our eyes, for the very first time” is from what song?

6 – “I’m going out tonight, I’m feelin’ alright” is from what song?

7 – “Were slippin’ away from home, And puttin’ jewellery and hopped to take the trip” is from which song?

8 – “I wanna look at the horizon and not see a building standing tall” is from which song?

9 – “It’s the ropes and the reins, And the joy and the pain” is from which song?

10 – “Since we found out how it hurt, I bet we never quarrel anymore” is from what song?

 

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The Ultimate Flowers Quiz

Are you an aspiring floriculturist? Think popular blooms, festive flowers, floral facts and scientific names for inspiration to ace our free flowers quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather around for some blooming marvellous quizzing.

Round 1

1 – What is the national flower of Australia

2 – Tudor Rose is the national flower of which country?

3 – This flower has the same name as the coloured part of your eye?

4 – The crocus flower gives us which expensive spice?

5 – Phalaenopsis is the scientific name for which flower?

6 – What is the scientific name for Carnation?

7 – What is the name of the smallest flower in the world?

8 – What is the name of the smallest flower in the world?

9 – Tulips are the national flower of three countries – Name two?

10 – The head of the Sunflower moves throughout the day from East to West or East to South?

Round 2

1 – What is the name for the small flower bouquet worn around a lady’s wrist for a formal occasion?

2 – Papaver is the scientific name for which flower?

3 – Chrysanthemum and Cherry Blossom are national flowers of which country?

4 – What is the name for the flowers that bloom at night and close during the day?

5 – Lotus is the national flower of which country?

6 – Orchids don’t get their nutrients from the soil, they get it from where?

7 – What is the scientific name for Hycinth?

8 – Which flower is commonly known as the golden shower?

9 – Leontopodium Nivale is more commonly known as?

10 – What is the study of flowers called?

Round 3

1 – What is an attractively arranged bunch of flowers called?

2 – White flowers have a lesser smell than coloured ones – True or False?

3 – What is the national flower of South Africa?

4 – Which flower was considered a symbol of resurrection & eternal life in Ancient Egypt?

5 – What is the rarest flower colour?

6 – What is the male part of the flower called?

7 – What is the national flower of British Columbia?

8 – What is the most recognisable ‘Christmas Flower?

9 – A Cattleya Trianae is also known as?

10 – Which yellow flower symbolises friendship & new beginnings?

Round 4

1 – Ethiopia and Saint Helena share which national flower?

2 – An artichoke is a flower – True or False?

3 – Which Orchid blooms year-round?

4 – What is the name of the female part of the flower?

5 – Lorraine and Scotland share which national flower?

6 – What colour flower is Ceibo Erythrina?

7 – Yellow Trumpet is the national flower of which country?

8 – How many roses does it take to produce 1 gram of Rose Oil – 20, 200 or 2000?

9 – Acanthus mollis is the scientific name for which flower?

10 – Which flower represents all three celestial bodies (Sun, Moon & Stars)?

Round 5

1 – The Maple Leaf is the national flower of which country?

2 – Several centuries ago in Holland, tulips were more valuable than gold – True or False?

3 – Which flower is a female given name of Swedish origin?

4 – What is the process called where plants make their own food?

5 – Flame Lily is poisonous & toxic enough to cause human and animal fatalities if ingested – True or False?

6 – What is the most sold flower on valentines day?

7 – What is the national flower of Russia?

8 – Which country has the oldest flower in the world?

9 – Lavender is the national flower of which country?

10 – Trinidad and Tobago share which national flower?

 

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The Ultimate Rugby Union Quiz

Think you know a thing or two about Rugby Union? Then take this quiz! Think players, stadiums, and sporting facts for inspiration to ace our free Rugby Union quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some sporting quizzing.

Round 1

1 – Which four teams are part of the Triple crown in Rugby?

2 – Which other two teams are part of the Six Nations?

3 – How many players are on a rugby team?

4 – What was the first international rugby union tournament?

5 – In which year did the Home Nations become the 5 Nations?

6 – Who sponsors the 6 Nations?

7 – When does a Grandslam occur?

8 – In which year did Italy join making it the 6 Nations?

9 – In which month does the tournament begin?

10 – As of 2022 which two teams have failed to win the 6 Nations?

Round 2

1 – How many matches are played in total throughout the Six Nations?

2 – In what year was the bonus point system first used for the six nations?

3 – If a team wins The Grand Slam how many bonus points are they awarded?

4 – What is the name of the metaphorical award given to the team that finishes in last place?

5 – How many times have Italy finished last in the six nations – 11, 13 or 15?

6 – What do the 3 handles represent on the Six Nations trophy?

7 – How many bottles of Champagne can fit in the Siz Nations trophy – 3, 4 or 5?

8 – Which year was a new six nations trophy introduced?

9 – Which team was the last to win the original and first to win the new six nations trophy?

10 – From which year does the Triple Crown trophy originate- 1889, 1930 or 2006?

Round 3

1 – What is the name of Wales’ stadium?

2 – Which player currently holds the records for most individual points in one match?

3 – What is the name of England’s stadium?

4 – Which player holds the career scoring record with 557 points?

5 – What is the name of Ireland’s stadium?

6 – Which player holds the record for most tries in a match?

7 – What is the name of Scotlands stadium?

8 – Which team holds the record for the longest time without conceding a try?

9 – What is the name of Frances’ stadium?

10 – What is the name of Italy’s stadium?

Round 4

1 – How many points is a try?

2 – How many points is a conversion?

3 – How many points can you receive for a penalty kick?

4 – How many players from each team can take part in a scrum?

5 – What has a player received if they leave the field immediately and cannot return to the match?

6 – If a player receives a yellow card how long must they leave the pitch before returning?

7 – As of 5 November 2018 who is the current CEO of the Six Nations Championship?

8 – How often does the Rugby Union world cup take place?

9 – How many teams participate in the Rugby Union world cup?

10 – Who according to a popular legend, invented rugby by picking up the ball during a football game?

Round 5

1 – In which year was the Rugby World Cup first held – 1927, 1947, 1987?

2 – How many teams qualify automatically based on their performance in the previous World Cup?

3 – What does ‘RWCL’ stand for?

4 – What would be used “when restarting the game after the ball, or a player carrying the ball, crosses the touchline”?

5 – What is it called when a ball carrier and at least one player from each team are bound together and on their feet?

6 – Rugby is not considered a contact sport – True or False?

7 – New Zealand is the only country to host and win the Rugby World Cup – True or False?

8 – As red-carded players cannot be substituted, their team is down in numbers for the rest of the game – True or False?

9 – As red-carded players cannot be substituted, their team is down in numbers for the rest of the game – True or False?

10 – A second yellow card to the same player is upgraded to a red, and the player can return to the match – True or False?

 

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The Ultimate Wimbledon Quiz

Do you know a thing or two about the oldest tennis tournament in the world? Think Players, iconic moments, prize money and tennis slip ups for inspiration to ace our free Wimbledon quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some sporting quizzing.

Round 1

1 – Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament – True or False?

2 – In which year was the first Wimbledon tournament held – 1875, 176 or 1877?

3 – In 2009 what was added to the court?

4 – Along with Wimbledon what are the other 3 grand slam tennis tournaments?

5 – What is the colour dress code for competitors and Royal patronage?

6 – Which food is traditionally consumed at Wimbledon?

7 – What was the cause for the 2020 championship being cancelled?

8 – 2022 is the 136th Edition of the competition – True or False?

9 – In which year was the ‘All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club’ founded – 1886, 1868, or 1872?

10 – What was the only event held in the 1877 Wimbledon Championships?

Round 2

1 – How much did it cost to enter the 1877 Wimbledon competition?

2 – In which year was ‘Croquet’ dropped from the title ‘All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club’- 1881,1882 or 1883?

3 – Who won the first Wimbledon tournament?

4 – How many tins of tennis balls are brought to the courts each day – 28, 38 or 48?

5 – 54,250 tennis balls are used during the Championships period – True or False?

6 – What colour were tennis balls originally?

7 – What is the name of Wimbledon’s own Hawk?

8 – Wimbledon consists of how many main events?

9 – What is the capacity of the Wimbledon centre court – 14,779, 14,879 or 14,979?

10 – 679 matches are played during the tournament- True or False?

Round 3

1 – Wimbledon consists of how many Junior events?

2 – On which day of the week does the tournament begin?

3 – How many days does the tournament last?

4 – Wimbledon has been sown with 100% perennial ryegrass – True or False?

5 – Who invented Tennis?

6 – How many times had Andy Murray won Wimbledon – 1, 2 or 3?

7 – As of 2022 which Royal family member attended Wimbledon in 1957, 1962, 1977 & 2010?

8 – How many ball boys/girls are used in the championship – 150, 200 or 250?

9 – What trophy is given to the Gentlemen’s single winner?

10 – The Venus Rosewater Dish is given to the winner of which competition?

Round 4

1 – Wimbledon consists of how many invitation events?

2 – On which day of the week does the tournament end?

3 – Lanson Official Champagne became a supplier in which year – 2000, 2001 or 2002?

4 – What is the longest-running official supplier beginning in 1902?

5 – What does ‘Seeds’ mean in Wimbledon?

6 – As of 2021 how many championships haven’t had rain interruptions – 7, 9 or 12?

7 – In which year was prize money first awarded to the winners – 1958, 1968 or 1988?

8 – Wimbledon is the only remaining Grand Slam event played on natural grass courts – True or False?

9 – How old was the youngest player to win Wimbledon – 15, 16 or 17?

10 – What is the longest match ever played at Wimbledon – 8 hours 26 minutes or 11 hours 5 minutes?

Round 5

1 – Tennis was originally called “sphairistikè” – True or False?

2 – As of 2022 Wimbledon has been televised for 50 years – True or False?

3 – 191,930 portions of strawberries and cream were served at the 2019 championships – True or False?

4 – From 1969 Ball boys and girls were recruited from local schools – True or False?

5 – Winners get to keep their trophies – True or False?

6 – Which member of the Royal family played as a competitor in 1926?

7 – How many titles does William Renshaw hold – 10, 12 or 14?

8 – Which player holds the record for the loudest grunt on the courts?

9 – How many titles does Billie Jean King hold – 15, 20 or 25?

10 – As of 2022 who is the only player to win the 4 Grand Slam titles twice in one year?

 

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The Ultimate Rugby League Quiz

Think you know a thing or two about Rugby League? Then take this quiz! Think players, stadiums, and sporting facts for inspiration to ace our free Rugby League quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather round for some sporting quizzing.

Round 1

1 – How many players are on each team?

2 – Rugby League is the national sport of which country?

3 – What was abolished from Rugby League in 1897?

4 – In which year was professionalism introduced- 1898, 1897 or 1896?

5 – What does NRFU stand for?

6 – In 1906 the league changed to 13 players from how many players?

7 – What is the Knockout Rugby League competition called?

8 – What gives you 4 points in Rugby League?

9 – How many points is a drop goal worth?

10 – How many points is a penalty kick goal worth?

Round 2

1 – A game may enter overtime under what rule?

2 – In which two directions can you pass a rugby ball?

3 – If a ball gets dropped forward it results in what?

4 – Teammates are fine to go ahead of the ball – True or False?

5 – What is the player numbered 1 title?

6 – Which two numbers are the wingers?

7 – What is the player numbered 6 titles?

8 – Which two numbers are the centres?

9 – What is the player numbered 7 titles?

10 – Loose forward or lock is numbered what?

Round 3

1 – What is the player numbered 9 titles?

2 – Which two numbers are props?

3 – Second row forwards are which two numbers?

4 – In which year was the first Rugby League world cup held- 1950,1952 or 1954?

5 – Which country was the first Rugby League world cup held?

6 – How many countries have teams that play at a professional level?

7 – Name the four strongest Rugby League nations?

8 – How often does the Rugby League world cup take place?

9 – What caused the 2021 Rugby League world cup to be postponed?

10 – Which stadium was the 1995 Rugby League world cup final held?

Round 4

1 – Which country is hosting the 2021/2022 Rugby League world cup?

2 – Who decides where the Rugby League world cup is held?

3 – The eight quarter-finalists of the previous tournament earn automatic qualification to the next tournament – True or False?

4 – How many teams have taken part in the world cup – 17, 18 or 19?

5 – In which Rugby League world cup were qualifying rounds first introduced?

6 – Which two countries have hosted the Rugby League world cup 3 times?

7 – How many times have England hosted the Rugby League world cup?

8 – Which country has hosted the Rugby League world cup 5 times?

9 – In total how many stadiums have hosted world cup games over the 14 tournaments – 61, 71 or 81?

10 – In which two years did Wales make the semi-final?

Round 5

1 – In which year was the last Four Nations Rugby League tournament played – 2012, 2015 or 2016?

2 – Which country was the 2013 Rugby League world cup final held?

3 – Which location in Australia was the 2017 world cup final held?

4 – Which team won the 2008 Rugby League world cup?

5 – Which location in France was the 1972 Rugby League world cup final held?

6 – Who is the most successful Rugby League team in the world?

7 – Which country has the best Rugby League?

8 – How many Rugby League teams in the UK play for League 1 – 9, 10 or 11?

9 – How many UK Rugby League teams play in the Championship – 12, 14 or 16?

10 – Rugby League is older than Rugby Union – True or False?

 

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The Ultimate Baby Animal Names Quiz

Do you fancy yourself as a bit of an animal expert? Think you can guess the name of animal babies? Think marsupials, Pets, Farm animals and Underwater creatures for inspiration to ace our free Baby Animal Names quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather the children for some puptastic quizzing.

Round 1

1 – What is the name of a baby Alligator?

2 – What is the name of a baby Bat?

3 – What is the name of a baby Fish?

4 – What is the name of a baby Sheep?

5 – What is the name of a baby Goat?

6 – What is the name of a baby Kangaroo?

7 – What is the name of a baby Jellyfish?

8 – What is the name of a baby Mole?

9 – What is the name of a baby Zebra?

10 – What is the name of a baby Dog?

Round 2

1 – What is the name of a baby Armadillo?

2 – What is the name of a baby Deer?

3 – What is the name of a baby Moose?

4 – What is the name of a baby Ostrich?

5 – What is the name of a baby Crocodile?

6 – What is the name of a baby Manatee?

7 – What is the name of a baby Owl?

8 – What is the name of a baby Hippopotamus?

9 – What is the name of a baby Goose?

10 – What is the name of a baby Fly?

Round 3

1 – What is the name of a baby Gerbil?

2 – What is the name of a baby Antelope?

3 – What is the name of a baby Magpie?

4 – What is the name of a baby Oyster?

5 – What is the name of a baby Peacock?

6 – What is the name of a baby Platypus?

7 – What is the name of a baby Partridge?

8 – What is the name of a baby Hawk?

9 – What is the name of a baby Elephant?

10 – What is the name of a baby Cockroach?

Round 4

1 – What is the name of a baby Duck?

2 – What is the name of a baby Llama?

3 – What is the name of a baby Porcupine?

4 – What is the name of a baby Spider?

5 – What is the name of a baby Swan?

6 – What is the name of a baby Toad?

7 – What is the name of a baby Penguin?

8 – What is the name of a baby Cicada?

9 – What is the name of a baby Mule?

10 – What is the name of a baby Hare?

Round 5

1 – What is the name of a baby Elk?

2 – What is the name of a baby Ferret?

3 – What is the name of a baby Koala?

4 – What is the name of a baby Opossum?

5 – What is the name of a baby Muskrat?

6 – What is the name of a baby Gorilla?

7 – What is the name of a baby Leopard?

8 – What is the name of a baby Alpaca?

9 – What is the name of a baby Bear?

10 – What is the name of a baby Cat?

 

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The Ultimate Family Guy Quiz

How much do you know about the crazy cartoon residents of Quahog? Think characters, theme tunes, locations and classic one-liners for inspiration to ace our free Family Guy quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so round for some Giggidy quizzing.

Round 1

1 – In which year did the first Family Guy episode air?

2 – As of 2022 how many seasons of Family Guy are there?

3 – In which year was Family Guy cancelled due to poor ratings?

4 – Who created Family Guy?

5 – As of 2022 how many episodes of Family Guy are there?

6 – How many main characters does Seth MacFarlane voice?

7 – How old was Mila Kunis when she started voicing Meg – 15, 16 or 17?

8 – Alex Borstein voices which of the main character?

9 – What colour are Stewie’s overalls?

10 – What is Quagmire’s first name?

Round 2

1 – What is Quagmire’s job?

2 – How many children does Joe have?

3 – What is Lois’ maiden name?

4 – On which street do the Griffins live?

5 – Name the toy manufacturer where Peter worked?

6 – What does Stewie dress as for Halloween in season 9?

7 – What organ does Meg have harvested in season 11?

8 – Who was the founder of the city of Quahog?

9 – Who is the Mayor of Quahog?

10 – What is the name of the bar where Peter frequents?

Round 3

1 – Where was Peter born?

2 – What did Peter change Meg’s name to on her birth certificate?

3 – What is the name of Stewie’s teddy?

4 – What is the name of the Griffin family dog?

5 – Which famous rocker did Lois once sleep with?

6 – Where does the Evil Monkey live?

7 – What is the name of the high school in Quahog?

8 – Who is the “Fat Guy Strangler”?

9 – Surfin’ Bird is which characters favourite song?

10 – Which giant animal does Peter have fights with?

Round 4

1 – Which character has the middle name ‘Gilligan’?

2 – What species of dog is Brian?

3 – What machine does Stewie have in his bedroom?

4 – How many years was Bonnie pregnant – 1, 3 or 7?

5 – What is the reason for the fight between Peter and the Giant Chicken?

6 – A petition was started when Family Guy killed off Brian – True or False?

7 – Meg’s voice was originally Seth MacFarlane’s mother – True or False?

8 – Lois has Blonde hair in the pilot episode – True or False?

9 – Seth MacFarlane puts on an accent for Brian’s voice – True or False?

10 – Stewie’s voice was based on the voice of English actor Rex Harrison – True or False?

Round 5

1 – Who says “Giggity, Giggity, Goo!”?

2 – Who says “Damn you vile woman”?

3 – Who says “I got drunk and then got my picture taken. So that way, when I get pulled over for drunk driving I look the same as on my license”?

4 – Who says “Yes, Tina Fey, you’re better than Jesus”?

5 – Who says “You can’t sell me, you fat son of a bitch!”?

6 – Who says “What good is mining ‘nose gold’ if I can’t share it with the townspeople”?

7 – Who says “You know what, Stewie? If you don’t like it, go on the internet and complain”?

8 – Who says “You want me to be the one who says “Giggity” now”?

9 – Who says “Let’s go drink until we can’t feel feelings anymore”?

10 – Who says “Brian, are we trash”?

 

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The Ultimate Fruit Quiz

From exotic and rare fruits to everyday favourites. Think fruit growing regions, fruity facts and popular dishes that incorporate fruit for inspiration to ace our free Fruit quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather around for some fruity quizzing.

Round 1

1 – If a cranberry bounces what does that mean?

2 – What do botanists call a “false fruit”?

3 – What is the smelliest fruit in the world?

4 – Apples, peaches & raspberries are members of which flower family?

5 – What coloured fruit helps keep bones and teeth strong?

6 – What is a study of fruit called?

7 – Which fruit is actually a herb distantly related to ginger?

8 – Apples can float because what percentage of their volume is air?

9 – 5 Figs will provide you with how many MG of calcium – 100, 124 or 135?

10 – How many pineapples grow from one plant each year – 1, 50, 100?

Round 2

1 – Which coloured fruits are said to keep the heart strong?

2 – Which is the top Kiwifruit Producing Country?

3 – Name the fruit consisting of many berries that have grown together?

4 – Which fruit do horticulturists believe was the first fruit on earth?

5 – Square watermelons are grown in which country?

6 – What is the world’s heaviest fruit?

7 – Which part of the tree is a Jackfruit grown?

8 – Which fruits are a highly protected species that cannot be picked and eaten?

9 – According to the Guinness world records what is the most popular fruit in the world?

10 – What is the most expensive fruit in the world?

Round 3

1 – What makes a fruit a fruit?

2 – Which fruit is used to make wine?

3 – What percentage of watermelon is water – 75%, 80% or 90%?

4 – Which colour fruits help your eyes’ ability to adjust to darkness?

5 – The flower of the cherry tree is the national symbol of which country?

6 – Which fruits were Egyptian Pharaohs buried with?

7 – Which fruit would you pair with an apple when making a crumble?

8 – Which fruit is known as papaw in Australia and other parts of the world?

9 – What would class a fruit as Citrus?

10 – What is the name of a piece of enclosed land planted with fruit trees?

Round 4

1 – Where does snake fruit originate from?

2 – Where does Plantain originate from?

3 – Where does Buddha’s Hand originate from?

4 – Where does the Purple Passionfruit originate from?

5 – Where does the Rambutan fruit originate?

6 – A Sweetsops fruit is also known as?

7 – Which fruit is savoury and often not recognised as a fruit?

8 – Which fruits were named “star-fruits” by North American indigenous people?

9 – Which fruit tastes like chocolate?

10 – Which fruits provide a wax often used to make candles?

Round 5

1 – Not all oranges are orange – True or False?

2 – Dried fruits have fewer calories than fresh – True or False?

3 – A fruit salad tree grows fruits and vegetables – True or False?

4 – Apples give you more energy than coffee – True or False?

5 – Apple pips are good for you – True or False?

6 – Cucumbers are a fruit – True or False?

7 – Chinese gooseberry is also a name for Kiwi – True or False?

8 – Plums are plant-born fruits – True or False?

9 – Mangoes take 5 weeks to ripen – True or False?

10 – Eating lychee seeds can be poisonous and cause digestion problems – True or False?

 

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The Ultimate Winnie The Pooh Quiz

Winnie the Pooh is everyone’s favourite bear! But how much of a superfan are you? Think Disney characters, locations and favourite foods for inspiration to ace our free Winnie The Pooh quiz. You’ll find 50 questions divided into 5 rounds, so gather the children for some Disney quizzing.

Round 1

1 – Who wrote Winnie-the-Pooh?

2 – In which famous London department store was Winnie-the-Pooh first purchased?

3 – What is Pooh’s favourite food?

4 – In what enchanted forest do the animals reside?

5 – In which year was the first Winnie-the-pooh book published – 1816, 1926 or 2016?

6 – What kind of animal is Roo?

7 – Who is Pooh’s best friend out of all the animals?

8 – Which part of his body does Eeyore always lose?

9 – What is Rabbit’s favourite vegetable?

10 – What is the name of the only regular female character in the stories?

Round 2

1 – What type of animal is Eeyore?

2 – What one item of clothing does Pooh wear?

3 – What does Tigger love to do best?

4 – How many languages has Winnie-the-Pooh been translated into – 7, 27 or 72?

5 – Which two characters were not original teddies?

6 – Name the illustrator of Winnie-the-Pooh?

7 – What is written above Pooh’s door?

8 – What is Tigger afraid of?

9 – Who gives Owl his house and moves in with Pooh?

10 – How does Owl spell his name?

Round 3

1 – What colour balloon does Pooh use to get honey?

2 – Who are the two heroes at the hero’s party?

3 – How is Eeyore’s tail attached to his body?

4 – What does Pooh say the only reason for making honey is?

5 – What does the sign say next to Piglet’s house?

6 – What does Pooh do to become a ‘little black rain cloud’?

7 – Which friend’s house does Pooh get stuck in?

8 – Who are Pooh and Piglet tracking in the snow?

9 – How old will Pooh bear be when Christopher Robin is 100?

10 – How many honeypots did Pooh rescue from the flood?

Round 4

1 – Christopher Robin is based on A.A Milne’s son – True or False?

2 – The 100 Acre wood is based on a real forest in the English Countryside – True or False?

3 – Winnie-the-Pooh is named after a real bear called Winifred – True or False?

4 – The original Winnie-the-pooh & friends can be found in the New York public library – True or False?

5 – Pooh’s real name is Teddy – True or False?

6 – James Jonah Cummings voices Pooh and Tigger – True or False?

7 – What’s the place called where Pooh likes to think?

8 – When Tigger says “TTFN” what does it mean?

9 – Who does Tigger say will steal Pooh’s honey?

10 – In which year was the film ‘The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh’ released – 1977, 1987 or 2007?

Round 5

1 – Who says “You’re braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think”?

2 – Who says “Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart”?

3 – Who says “If the string breaks, then we try another piece of string”?

4 – Who says “Promise you won’t forget me ever”?

5 – Who says “It’s so much more friendly with two”?

6 – Who says “Tiggers never go on being sad”?

7 – Who says “After all, one can’t complain. I have my friends”?

8 – Who says “Any day spent with you is my favourite day. So, today is my new favourite day”?

9 – Who says “I wonder what’s going to happen exciting today”?

10 – Who says “It never hurts to keep looking for sunshine”

 

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