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General Knowledge Quiz

1. Who is known as the “Father of Computers”?
a) Bill Gates
b) Charles Babbage
c) Steve Jobs
d) Alan Turing

Answer: b) Charles Babbage

2. Which planet is known as the “Red Planet”?
a) Venus
b) Mars
c) Jupiter
d) Saturn

Answer: b) Mars

3. What is the largest mammal in the world?
a) Elephant
b) Blue Whale
c) Giraffe
d) Dolphin

Answer: b) Blue Whale

4. Who wrote the play “Romeo and Juliet”?
a) William Shakespeare
b) Jane Austen
c) Charles Dickens
d) Mark Twain

Answer: a) William Shakespeare

5. Which country is known as the “Land of the Rising Sun”?
a) China
b) Japan
c) South Korea
d) Vietnam

Answer: b) Japan

6. What is the capital of Canada?
a) Ottawa
b) Toronto
c) Vancouver
d) Montreal

Answer: a) Ottawa

7. Who painted the Mona Lisa?
a) Vincent van Gogh
b) Leonardo da Vinci
c) Pablo Picasso
d) Michelangelo

Answer: b) Leonardo da Vinci

8. What is the currency of Japan?
a) Won
b) Yen
c) Ringgit
d) Baht

Answer: b) Yen

9. Who is the author of “To Kill a Mockingbird”?
a) Harper Lee
b) J.K. Rowling
c) Ernest Hemingway
d) George Orwell

Answer: a) Harper Lee

10. What is the capital of Australia?
a) Sydney
b) Melbourne
c) Canberra
d) Brisbane

Answer: c) Canberra

11. Which ocean is the largest on Earth?
a) Atlantic Ocean
b) Indian Ocean
c) Southern Ocean
d) Pacific Ocean

Answer: d) Pacific Ocean

12. What is the main ingredient in guacamole?
a) Tomato
b) Avocado
c) Onion
d) Garlic

Answer: b) Avocado

13. Who developed the theory of relativity?
a) Isaac Newton
b) Albert Einstein
c) Galileo Galilei
d) Stephen Hawking

Answer: b) Albert Einstein

14. In which year did the Titanic sink?
a) 1905
b) 1912
c) 1920
d) 1931

Answer: b) 1912

15. What is the capital of Brazil?
a) Rio de Janeiro
b) Brasília
c) São Paulo
d) Buenos Aires

Answer: b) Brasília

16. Who is known as the “Queen of Pop”?
a) Madonna
b) Beyoncé
c) Lady Gaga
d) Taylor Swift

Answer: a) Madonna

17. What is the largest desert in the world?
a) Sahara Desert
b) Gobi Desert
c) Arabian Desert
d) Antarctic Desert

Answer: d) Antarctic Desert

18. Who wrote “The Great Gatsby”?
a) F. Scott Fitzgerald
b) Ernest Hemingway
c) Jane Austen
d) Charles Dickens

Answer: a) F. Scott Fitzgerald

19. Which gas do plants absorb from the atmosphere?
a) Oxygen
b) Carbon Dioxide
c) Nitrogen
d) Hydrogen

Answer: b) Carbon Dioxide

20. What is the capital of South Africa?
a) Johannesburg
b) Pretoria
c) Cape Town
d) Durban

Answer: b) Pretoria

21. Who painted “Starry Night”?
a) Pablo Picasso
b) Vincent van Gogh
c) Claude Monet
d) Salvador Dalí

Answer: b) Vincent van Gogh

22. What is the currency of China?
a) Yen
b) Yuan
c) Won
d) Ringgit

Answer: b) Yuan

23. Which is the longest river in the world?
a) Nile River
b) Amazon River
c) Yangtze River
d) Mississippi River

Answer: a) Nile River

24. Who wrote “Pride and Prejudice”?
a) Jane Austen
b) Emily Brontë
c) Charlotte Brontë
d) Charles Dickens

Answer: a) Jane Austen

25. What is the smallest prime number?
a) 0
b) 1
c) 2
d) 3

Answer: c) 2

26. In which year did World War I begin?
a) 1905
b) 1914
c) 1920
d) 1939

Answer: b) 1914

27. Who is the current President of the United States (as of 2023)?
a) Joe Biden
b) Donald Trump
c) Barack Obama
d) George W. Bush

Answer: a) Joe Biden

28. What is the capital of France?
a) Madrid
b) Rome
c) Berlin
d) Paris

Answer: d) Paris

29. Who discovered penicillin?
a) Alexander Fleming
b) Louis Pasteur
c) Marie Curie
d) Robert Koch

Answer: a) Alexander Fleming

30. Which planet is known as the “Morning Star” or “Evening Star”?
a) Mars
b) Venus
c) Jupiter
d) Saturn

Answer: b) Venus

31. What is the largest island in the world?
a) Greenland
b) Australia
c) Borneo
d) Madagascar

Answer: a) Greenland

32. Who is the author of “The Catcher in the Rye”?
a) J.D. Salinger
b) Ernest Hemingway
c) F. Scott Fitzgerald
d) Mark Twain

Answer: a) J.D. Salinger

33. What is the capital of Russia?
a) Warsaw
b) Berlin
c) Moscow
d) Kiev

Answer: c) Moscow

34. Who is known as the “Father of the Nation” in India?
a) Mahatma Gandhi
b) Jawaharlal Nehru
c) Sardar Patel
d) Subhas Chandra Bose

Answer: a) Mahatma Gandhi

35. What is the largest mammal on land?
a) Elephant
b) Giraffe
c) Lion
d) Hippopotamus

Answer: a) Elephant

36. In which year did the Berlin Wall fall?
a) 1985
b) 1989
c) 1991
d) 1995

Answer: b) 1989

37. Who is the author of “The Hobbit”?
a) J.R.R. Tolkien
b) C.S. Lewis
c) George R.R. Martin
d) J.K. Rowling

Answer: a) J.R.R. Tolkien

38. What is the currency of Japan?
a) Won
b) Yen
c) Ringgit
d) Baht

Answer: b) Yen

39. Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize?
a) Marie Curie
b) Mother Teresa
c) Malala Yousafzai
d) Amelia Earhart

Answer: a) Marie Curie

40. What is the capital of China?
a) Shanghai
b) Beijing
c) Hong Kong
d) Guangzhou

Answer: b) Beijing

41. Who painted “The Persistence of Memory”?
a) Pablo Picasso
b) Vincent van Gogh
c) Claude Monet
d) Salvador Dalí

Answer: d) Salvador Dalí

42. What is the capital of Argentina?
a) Rio de Janeiro
b) Buenos Aires
c) Santiago
d) Lima

Answer: b) Buenos Aires

43. Who wrote “1984”?
a) George Orwell
b) Aldous Huxley
c) Ray Bradbury
d) J.D. Salinger

Answer: a) George Orwell

44. Which element has the chemical symbol “O”?
a) Oxygen
b) Gold
c) Silver
d) Iron

Answer: a) Oxygen

45. What is the national flower of Japan?
a) Rose
b) Tulip
c) Sakura (Cherry Blossom)
d) Lily

Answer: c) Sakura (Cherry Blossom)

46. In which year did the first manned moon landing occur?
a) 1961
b) 1969
c) 1975
d) 1983

Answer: b) 1969

47. Who wrote “The Old Man and the Sea”?
a) F. Scott Fitzgerald
b) Ernest Hemingway
c) Mark Twain
d) William Faulkner

Answer: b) Ernest Hemingway

48. What is the largest mountain in the world?
a) Mount Everest
b) K2
c) Kangchenjunga
d) Lhotse

Answer: a) Mount Everest

49. Who is known as the “Iron Lady”?
a) Angela Merkel
b) Margaret Thatcher
c) Theresa May
d) Indira Gandhi

Answer: b) Margaret Thatcher

50. What is the largest ocean on Earth?
a) Atlantic Ocean
b) Indian Ocean
c) Southern Ocean
d) Pacific Ocean

Answer: d) Pacific Ocean

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