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Quiz Questions and Answers from the UK

Quiz Question Round 1

pub quiz questions

1: Where the first hockey champion Trophy were played?

2: Tasmania is separated from Australia by?

3: Ergophobia is a fear of?

4: Hepatitis and Jaundice are the disease of

5: When were Scotland Yard Formed

6: From which place close to its headquarter did London’s Metropolitan Police derive the name Scotland Yard?

7: Marco Polo was the famous

8: Headquarters of International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is located in?

9: The Conference of Head of States of OIC is convened every:

10: Source of Nile river is

11: Which country is called the Cockpit of Europe

12: A mobile phone sends and receives message through

13: The colour combination of the UN Flag is

14: The world bank was established in

15: To which country, the first Secretary-General of the UNO belonged

16: Which type of Uranium is used in the fission process

17: The large plates of solar panels are painted

18: Biogas is the common name of

19: The major part of natural gas, petroleum and coal consists of

20: Deficiency of chloride causes the impaired growth in

 Round 1 Answer 

1: Pakistan

2: Bass Strait

3: Work

4: Liver

5: 29 September 1829

6: A Small, enclosed field in Whitehall

7: Traveller

8: France

9: 3 Years

10: Lake Victoria

11: Belgium

12: Radio waves

13: Blue and White

14: 1944

15: Norway

16: Uranium-235

17: Black

18: Natural gas

19: Methane

20: Infants

Quiz Question Round 2

1: Washing soda in water behaves?

2: One thousand watt power is equal to?

3: What does a sphygmomanometer measure?

4: Which material is for bleaching paper?

5: Which planet is known as “blue planet”?

6: When water boil, its temperature

7: Most of the ozone in the temperature is concentrated in the:

8: The most abundant element in Earth’s crust is

9: Which planet is known as the “morning star”?

10: The study of glands is called

11: Which planet takesthe largest time to go once around the sun?

12: Ornithology is the science which deals with:

13: Soft drinks contain significant quantities of:

14: Cow milk is a rich source of

15: Which is the largest river of the world

16: The world’s highest waterfall is situated in?

17: Who discovered X-rays?

18: The panama canal links

19: ECG is used for the diagnosis of ailment of the:

20: Acquired Immune-Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is caused by:

21: The planet that moves around the sun at highest speed is:

22: Nearest planet to earth is:

23: The average adult has a blood volume of about ______ liters.

24: The sun is a:

25: World’s diabetes Day is observed on:

26: CNG stand for

27: Life spam of red blood cells is _______ days:

28: Energy from the sun is called:

29: Vitamin from the sun

30: TB affects which organ?

31: How many countries are members of NATO?

32: Britain PM is elected by:

Round 2 Answers

1: Acidic

2: 0 kilowatt

3: Blood pressure

4: Chlorine

5: Earth

6: Remains constant

7: Troposphere

8: Oxygen

9: Venus

10: Endocrinology

11: Neptune

12: Study of birds

13: Caffeine

14: Vitamin A

15: Amazon

16: Venezuela

17: Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen

18: North America with South America

19: Heart

20: Virus

21: Mercury

22: Venus

23: 6 liters

24: Star

25: 14 November

26: Compress Natural Gas

27: 120 Days

28: Solar

29: Vitamin D

30: Lungs

31: 29

32: Queen


1:  Twelve constellations referred to as zodiac, are:

2: The temperatures of sun’s outer surface is:

3: Which of the planets is known as “Morning Star”?

4: Which planet of the solar system spins on its axis as the fastest rate?

5: Which planet is biggest in size?

6: Which planet is dropped from the list of planets in 2006?

7: Among the planets of the solar system, the one which has the longest period of rotation is:

  1. Venus b) Saturn  c) Mars

8: Which planet is known as watery planet?

9: Solar system was discovered by?

10: The unit measuring distance between the stars is known as

11: Which planet look reddish in the night sky?

12: The body heavenly bodies is known as:

13: The distance of the nearest star besides the sun from the earth is:

14: Which of the following celestial bodies bear, ‘The Sea of Tranquillity’ and ‘The Ocean of Storms’?

15: The Smallest planet is

16: Which two planets of the solar system have no satellites?

17: Which of the following planets is at the farthest distance from the earth?

18: Solar eclipse occurs when:

19: The largest planet of the solar system is:

20: Which of the following is known as the “Red Planet”?

21: Which planet is known as the Earth’s Twin?

22: The planet having 27 moons is?

23: Planets nearest to the sun are:

24: Which is the brightest planet?

25: The fastest planet is:

26: The planet having the largest number of Satellites in the solar system is:

27: The radiant energy of the sun is transmitted in the form of:

28: The planet that lies at the outermost orbit of the solar system is:

29: Which is the coldest planet?

30: Tides are the highest:

31: Which of the following is the largest of the inner planets?

32: The bright heavenly body with a long luminous tail, is called?

33: The four largest planets of the solar system in the descending order are:

34: On which of the following planets of the solar system does the sun rise in the west and set in the east?

35: The first satellite was launched by:

36: Which PLANET has the longest year?

Round 3 Answers

1: imaginary region that encompasses the path of the planets

2: 6000 C

3: Venus

4: Jupiter

5: Earth

6: Pluto

7: Venus

8: Earth

9: Copernicus

10: light year

11: Mars

12: Astrology

13: 4 Light-Years

14: Moon

15: Mercury

16: Mercury and Venus

17: Neptune

18: Moon comes between sun and earth

19: Jupiter

20: Mars

21: Venus

22: Uranus

23: Mercury and Venus

24: Venus

25: Jupiter

26: Jupiter

27: Short waves

28: Neptune

29: Neptune

30: When the Sun, Moon and Earth are in line

31: Earth

32: A Comet

33: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune

34: Venus

35: USSR

36: Neptune


1: Which animals produces the biggest baby?

2: Haemoglobin is dissolved in the plasma of?

3: Which of the following is a flightless birds?

4: Silk is produce by:

5: About 80% of the body weight in most organisms is:

6: The artificial rearing of honey bee is called:

7: The largest living bird is:

8: The mammals which lays eggs is:

9: Hormones are normally absent in:

10: The blood-sucking organisms are:

11: Snake bite first affect the:

12: What is sponge?

13: The only snake that birds a nest is:

14: A reptile with a four-chambered heart is:

Round 4 Answers

1: Blue whale

2: Earthworm

3: Emu

4: Larva of silkworm

5: Water

6: Apiculture

7: Ostrich

8: Duck-billed platypus

9: Bacteria

10: Leeches

11: Blood circulation

12: A fungus

13: King cobra

14: Crocodile

Health & food Quiz Round 5

1: Which of the following disease is hereditary?

2: ELISA test is prescribed for:

3: Scurvy disease is caused by the shortage of:

4: Deficiency of vitamin E causes:

5: In which of the following disease do the germs enter through open wounds?

6: The sweetest sugar is:

7: Which of the following vitamins is essential for proper bone and teeth formation?

8: Insulin is given to people suffering from which of the following disease?

9: When the lens of the eye becomes foggy, it is called:

10: The vitamin which is very liable and easily destroyed during cooking as well as storage is:

Round 5 Answer

1: Haemophilia

2: Polio

3: Vitamin C

4: Sterility

5: Tetanus

6: Fructose

7: Vitamin D

8: Diabetes

9: Myopia

10: Vitamin C

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