87 Fun General Knowledge Trivia Questions and Answers – Part 2


General Knowledge Trivia Questions and Answers

Like the saying goes, “Knowledge is Power” we have carefully put together a good mix of easy, medium, and hard trivia questions that cut across different genres of the social divide from Sports, Politics, TV Shows, etc. These trivia questions are error-free and simple to read, perfect to play with family, friends, and colleagues.

1. Trivia Question: Van Gogh sold how many paintings during his lifetime?

One

2. Trivia Question: Which member of the big cats family can’t retract its claws?

Cheetah

3. Trivia Question: A dog has how many permanent teeth?

42

4. Trivia Question: The word “Latin Tempus” means what in English?

Time

5. Trivia Question: Which year did the Beatles split up?

1970

6. Trivia Question: The British Grand Prix is usually held where?

Silverstone

7. Trivia Question: In a polo match, how many horses are on each team?

Four

8. Trivia Question: What is the name of the first presenter of the X factor in the UK?

Kate Thornton

9. Trivia Question: The US golf Master is usually held where?

Augusta National Golf Club

10. Trivia Question: The 1936 Olympics was held in which European City?

Berlin

11. Trivia Question: What is the name of the person that won the 2019 Sports Personality of the Year award?

Ben Stokes

12. Trivia Question: Which group is most soluble among all salt elements?

Group 1A

13. Trivia Question: Which German scientist is known as the father of Radiology?

Wilheim Roentgen

14. Trivia Question: What is the name of the City that is referred to as the home of Pizza?

Naples

15. Trivia Question: The two main ingredients of a dark and stormy cocktail is what?

Dark Rum and Ginger Beer.

16. Trivia Question: What is the name of the currency spent in Vietnam?

Vietnamese Dong

17. Trivia Question: What is the name of the person who described the rings of Saturn as “ears of a teacup”?

Galileo

18. Trivia Question: What is the name of the deadly disease that afflicted European royalty?

Hemophilia

19. Trivia Question: What is the name of the person that brought up the theory of relativity in 1905?

Albert Einstein

20. Trivia Question: What is often used in measuring the mass difference between two like objects?

Density

21. Trivia Question: What is the total number of permanent members in the UN security council?

Five: China, France, Russian Federation, United Kingdom, United States.

22. Trivia Question: What is the total number of countries in region Europe recognized by the United Nations?

44

23. Trivia Question: The earth’s nearest neighbor in space is?

The Moon

24. Trivia Question: What does the word “Janquil” mean?

A Garden Plant

25. Trivia Question: What is the total number of notes found in a musical scale?

7

26. Trivia Question: What is the name of the tallest mountain in the world?

Mount Everest

27. Trivia Question: Peru’s major exports are Copper, Zinc, and which other metal?

Gold

28. Trivia Question: How many centimeters makes a meter?

100

29. Trivia Question: What company bears the name of one of the longest rivers in the world?

Amazon

30. Trivia Question: What is the total number of a baker’s dozen?

13

31. Trivia Question:  What temperature does water boil at standard pressure?

100° C

32. Trivia Question: What is the name of the next person in line to take over the British throne from Queen Elizabeth II?

Prince Charles

33. Trivia Question: What is the total number of keys on a Piano?

88

34. Trivia Question: Glossectomy is the total removal of which body part?

Tongue

35. Trivia Question: What is the name of the best-selling novel of all time?

Don Quixote

36. Trivia Question: Who is the author of the Hunger Games book series?

Suzanne Collins

37. Trivia Question: The smallest bone in the body is located where?

Ear

38. Trivia Question: An Octopus has how many hearts?

Three

39. Trivia Question: Which part of the plant conducts photosynthesis?

Leaf

40. Trivia Question: What is the name of the planets with most moons?

Saturn

41. Trivia Question: Google Pixel is based on which operating system?

Android

42. Trivia Question: The Nintendo 64 game was released in Europe in which year?

1997

43. Trivia Question: The Microsoft XP operating system was released in which year?

2001

44. Trivia Question: Taylor Swift released her debut single Love Story in what year?

2008

45. Trivia Question: What is the name of the American Rapper that released the college dropout in 2004?

Kanye West

46. Trivia Question: What was the name of Britney Spears’s first album released in 1999?

Baby One More Time

47. Trivia Question: What is the name of the best-selling film soundtrack of the 1970s in the UK?

Saturday Night Fever

48. Trivia Question: What is the name of the person that killed Tony Stark’s parent?

The Winter Soldier

49. Trivia Question: The acronym “SPECTRE” stands for what?

Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge, Extortion.

50. Trivia Question: Serena Williams has won how many singles Grand Slam titles?

23

51. Trivia Question: How many stomachs does an ant have?

2

52. Trivia Question: The highest mountain in Britain is called what?

Ben Nevis

53. Trivia Question: What is the name of the smallest country in the world?

Vatican City

54. Trivia Question: Where was Jesus crucified according to the Scriptures?

Golgotha

55. Trivia Question: What is the name of the hottest continent in the world?

Africa

56. Trivia Question: River Thames can be located where?

London, UK.

57. Trivia Question: What is the name of Australia’s first female Prime Minister?

Julia Gillard (2010-2013)

58. Trivia Question: The Snooker’s world championship has always taken place where since 1977?

Crucible Theatre

59. Trivia Question: How many players make up a rugby league team?

13

60. Trivia Question: Which fruit is found at the top of the men’s Wimbledon trophy in tennis?

Pineapple

61. Trivia Question: Three consecutive strikes in Bowling is called what?

A Turkey

62. Trivia Question: Phil Taylor has won how many world titles in Darts?

16

63. Trivia Question: Britain originally joined the European Union in which year?

1973

64. Trivia Question: What is the name of the most famous Mexican beer?

Corona

65. Trivia Question: What does the term “IPA” stand for?

Indian Pale Ale

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66. Trivia Question: The cocktail Mojito originates from where?

Cuba

67. Trivia Question: What is the name of the nuts used in Marzipan?

Almonds

68. Trivia Question: The capital of Westeros in Game of Thrones is called what?

King’s Landing

69. Trivia Question: Which year was the first episode of coronation street broadcasted on ITV?

1960

70. Trivia Question: What is the name of the only musician to be awarded a Nobel prize for Literature?

Bob Dylan

71. Trivia Question: Which player holds the record for the most consecutive Premier League appearances(310)?.

Brad Friedel

72. Trivia Question: Which player scored the first-ever Premier League hat-trick?

Eric Cantona

73. Trivia Question: Which singer was often regarded as the “King Of Pop”?

Michael Jackson

74. Trivia Question: Which religion is Movie star Tom Cruise an outspoken member of?

Scientology

75. Trivia Question: True Or False: A woman has walked on the moon.

False

76. Trivia Question: True or False: Has Ronaldo De Lima ever won the Champions League?

False

77. Trivia Question: What is the name of the eighth-largest population in Europe with approximately 38.5 million residents?

Poland

78. Trivia Question: The first Christmas card was designed by who?

J.C Horsely

79. Trivia Question: The chemical combination of Silicon and Oxygen is called what?

Silica

80. Trivia Question: Former US President, Barack Obama taught Constitutional Law where?

University of Chicago

81. Trivia Question: What is the name of the largest island in the Mediterranean sea?

Sicily

82. Trivia Question: Croissant originated from where?

Budapest

83. Trivia Question: The fastest fish in the sea is called what?

Sailfish

84. Trivia Question: An average Spider has how many legs?

Eight

85. Trivia Question: How many teaspoons of sugar make up a Can of coke?

About Seven Teaspoons

86. Trivia Question: The capital of Vietnam is called what?

Hanoi

87. Trivia Question: Which year did the first Taco Bell open?

1962

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  • 14/09/2021 at 5:46 PM
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