Can We Sit You Down For a Round of Trivia?

 Can we sit you down to another fun round of Trivia? As always, we will pepper you with questions from all over the map and you will need to answer correctly. There are hints for most of the 15 questions, but only use them if you must! Good luck!
 
 
'Eye of the Tiger' is a song from the soundtrack of which famous 80s movie?
Rocky
Lethal Weapon
Die Hard
Tango & Cash
 
 
Who wrote Snow White And The Seven Dwarves?
The Brothers Grimm
Hans Christian Anderson
Unknown. It is an early Polish folk tale.
It is from "1001 Nights" of Arabian tales
 
 
In what year was the first iPhone released?
2007
2002
2012
1998
 
 
Which animal is the slowest?
Tortoise
Snail
3-Toed Sloth
Worm
 
 
Who is the only musician ever to have been awarded the Nobel prize for literature?
Bob Dylan
Freddie Mercury
Elton John
Elvis Presley
 
 
How many legs does a lobster have?
10
4
16
18
 
 
Who famously said "You must be the change you wish to see in the world."?
Mahatma Gandhi
Martin Luther King Jr.
Nelson Mandela
Abraham Lincoln
 
 
What do you call a group of jellyfish?
A Smack
A Poison
An Ugly
A Jell-O
 
 
How many sitting US presidents have been assassinated?
Four sitting Presidents have been assassinated while in office: Abraham Lincoln, James Abram Garfield (1881), William McKinley (1897-1901), and John F. Kennedy (1961-63).
Three
Five
Six
Four
 
 
Which animal's name means 'river horse'?
Hippopotamus
Crocodile
Otter
Beaver
 
 
What instrument has been nicknamed the "Mississippi Saxophone"?
Clarinet
Flute
Harmonica
Oboe
 
 
What is the Japanese alcoholic drink sake made from?
Rice
Potatoes
Wheat
Cherries
 
 
Who wrote Dracula?
Bram Stoker
Mary Shelley
Anne Rice
H.P. Lovecraft
 
 
Which country was the first to give women the right to vote, in 1893?
New Zealand
Australia
France
Scotland
 
 
Charles Dickens wrote A Tale of Two Cities in 1859. What two cities is the novel about?
London and Paris
London and Birmingham
Paris and Munich
Manchester and Birmingham
Not Your Day
Your knowledge is far from impoverished, but there are some large gaps you may want to plug up. It's hard to know where these are and we often remain ignorant about their existence until we are tested. That is why general knowledge quizzes are so helpful. They cover a wide array of topics to find gaps in our knowledge base. There are quite a few more general knowledge tests in our arsenal, why don't you play a few more and see where your knowledge truly stands.
Nice Job, Partner!
Your general knowledge is impressive, covering a wide array of sciences and disciplines. You also have a good memory for details to remember these facts. Your performance on this test was admirable, and even though you still had some mistakes, you showed you do have an above average knowledge base. Have a look at the answers to see what you did miss.
Knocked It Out of the Park!
Your knowledge base is impressive as heck! You are equipped with a variety of facts on any number of topics. You're probably a fascinating person to talk to, always ready to discuss a large number of subjects and provide actual information about them. You rarely run out of things to say, and you love learning more things every day. Keep it up, because knowledge is power.
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