You Lose You're Out: General Trivia Edition!

 Welcome to another edition of our "You Lose - You're Out" super quizzes! This time we have a general knowledge quiz that will test you from every which way. As always, you will lose upon your first mistake, BUT you can continue from the last level you reached! So don't give up, go back to your highest level and beat this quiz!
 
 
Which continent is the largest?
Asia
Africa
Antarctica
North America
 
 
What name does deer meat go by?
Venison
Veal
Mutton
Pork
 
 
What body part is reshaped in plastic surgery known as "rhinoplasty"?
The Nose
The Forehead
The Chin
The Breasts
 
 
The brain is divided into how many lobes?
Four
Two
Three
Five
 
 
What is condensed water falling from the atmosphere called?
Precipitation
Petrichor
Condensation
Drizzle
 
 
CONGRATULATIONS! You made it to LEVEL 2
CONTINUE
 
 
Helsinki is the capital of which country?
Finland
Sweden
Norway
Serbia
 
 
What is the symbol for potassium?
K
Pt
P
Pm
 
 
In ancient times, what were professional writers called?
Scribes
Monks
Authors
Crafters of Words
 
 
Which person is known for publishing "The Interpretation of Dreams"?
Sigmund Freud
Charles Darwin
Charles Dickens
Richard Dawkins
 
 
What is the usual shape of a river delta?
Triangular
Round
Star-shaped
Squared
 
 
CONGRATULATIONS! You made it to LEVEL 3!
CONTINUE
 
 
What is scientific name for the job or role an organism plays in its habitat?
Niche
Subsistence
Ecology
Biosphere
 
 
What is the chemical name for salt?
Sodium Chloride
Sodium Phosphate
Sodium Salte
Phosphate Chloride
 
 
In which country will you find the cities Toledo and Granada?
Spain
Italy
Brazil
United States
 
 
In which country are you likely to hear the cheer or toast "Opa!" during a celebration?
Greece
Turkey
Italy
France
 
 
What happens to your skin's blood vessels as you exercise?
They Widen
They Rupture
The Narrow
They Shrink
 
 
CONGRATULATIONS! You made it to LEVEL 4!
CONTINUE
 
 
How many plates comprise the surface of the Earth?
Seven
Eight
Five
Nine
 
 
What other name does “corn” go by?
Maize
Maze
Maio
Maise
 
 
What nation has the lowest population density in the world?
Mongolia
France
Malta
Finland
 
 
What is the square root of 256?
16
12
25
25.6
 
 
Belgrade is the capital of which country in Europe?
Serbia
Czech Republic
Astonia
Spain
 
 
CONGRATULATIONS! You made it to LEVEL 5!
CONTINUE
 
 
What is a body's resistance to changes in motion or speed called?
Inertia
Rotary motion
Linear motion
Stationary Object
 
 
Which country's subway system was paralyzed by a deadly nerve gas attack in 1995?
Japan
United Kingdom
United States
Israel
 
 
Which animal symbolizes good luck in Europe?
Ladybug
Rabbit
Frog
Tiger
 
 
How long is the gestation period of an African elephant?
22 months
11 months
9 months
48 months
 
 
What was the name of the rock band formed by Jimmy Page?
Led Zeppelin
Rolling Stones
The Monkees
The Clash
 
 
CONGRATULATIONS! You made it to LEVEL 6!
CONTINUE
 
 
What is a female donkey called?
A Jenny
A Mare
A Sow
A Hen
 
 
Who discovered penicillin?
Alexander Fleming
Gregor Mendel
Edward Jenner
Ben Carson
 
 
What is the name of the thin but long country that spans more than half of the western coast of South America?
Chile
Argentina
Colombia
Guatamala
 
 
According to Greek mythology who was the first woman on earth?
Pandora
Lilith
Hera
Pyrrha
 
 
What percentage of our bodies is made up of water?
On average for the whole body, that is. Some parts are more watery than others. The bones, for example, are only 31% water.
60-65%
80-85%
40-50%
90-95%
 
 
CONGRATULATIONS! You made it to LEVEL 7!
CONTINUE
 
 
In which body part can you find the femur bone?
The Leg
The Arm
The Hand
The Foot
 
 
Which Dutch artist painted “Girl with a Pearl Earring”?
Johannes Vermeer
Rembrandt
Hieronymus Bosch
Caravaggio
 
 
What is your body’s largest organ?
The Skin
The Brain
The Heart
The Spleen
 
 
Which of these drugs is NOT made from the poppy plant?
Heroin
Opium
Codeine
Ecstasy
 
 
What name is used to refer to a group of frogs?
An Army
A Croak
A Ribbit
A Leg
 
 
CONGRATULATIONS! You made it to LEVEL 8!
CONTINUE
 
 
What is the smallest ocean in the world?
The Arctic
The Indian Ocean
The Atlantic
The Pacific
 
 
Which country produces the most coffee in the world?
Brazil
Spain
Bolivia
South Africa
 
 
In the United Kingdom, what is the day after Christmas known as?
Boxing Day
Christmas Day
St Stephen's Day
St. John's Day
 
 
What’s longer, a nautical mile or a mile?
A nautical mile is 1.5 miles
Mile
Nautical Mile
They're the same
They can't be compared
 
 
Who is often credited with creating the world’s first car?
Karl Benz
Henry Ford
Louis Chevrolet
Walter P. Chrysler
 
 
CONGRATULATIONS! You made it to LEVEL 9!
CONTINUE
 
 
Which planet has the strongest gravity?
Jupiter
Neptune
Mercury
Uranus
 
 
Prior to the adoption of the euro, in what country was the punt a unit of currency?
Ireland
Scotland
Wales
Scandinavia
 
 
Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize (in 1903)?
Marie Curie
Dorothy Hodgkin
Frida Kahlo
Mary Cassatt
 
 
Which email service is owned by Microsoft?
Hotmail
Gmail
Yahoo Mail
Aol Mail
 
 
What is the capital city of Belarus?
Minsk
Warsaw
Pinsk
Grodno
 
 
CONGRATULATIONS! You made it to LEVEL 10! Last One!
CONTINUE
 
 
Which African country was formerly known as Abyssinia?
Ethiopia
Libya
Yemen
Nigeria
 
 
Which author wrote the ‘Winnie-the-Pooh’ books?
A. A. Milne
Maurice Sendak
Roald Dahl
Margaret Wise Brown
 
 
Lateral Epicondylitis is a condition commonly known by what name?
Tennis Elbow
Knee-Cap Reversal
Lou Gehrig's Disease
Asthma
 
 
What does the Latin Tempus mean in English?
Wind
Time
Storm
Temperature
 
 
Which country is known as the Land of White Elephant?
Thailand
South Africa
China
Laos
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