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Q 1. Which of these countries has left-hand traffic?
- Great Britain
Q Alt 1. Which of these countries drives on the left side of the road?
- Great Britain
Q Alt 1-2. Which of these countries has left-hand traffic?
Q Alt 1-3. Which of these countries doesn’t have left-hand traffic?
Q Alt 1-4. Which of these countries has no left-hand traffic?
- Great Britain
Q Alt 1-5. Which country’s flag is this?
- Ivory Coast
Q Alt 1-6. Which country’s flag is this?
- Ivory Coast
Q Alt 1-7. Which country’s flag is this?
Q Alt 1-8. Which country’s flag is this?
Q Alt 1-9. Which Beatle walked first across the iconic crosswalk on their album “Abbey Road”?
Q Alt 1-10. Which of the following is not considered a luxury clothing brand?
- Louis Vuitton
Q Alt 1-11. Within which country’s modern borders was this person born?
Q Alt 1-12. To which superfamily belongs this interesting creature?
Q Alt 1-13. On which ship did Charles Darwin travel?
- HMS Beagle
- HMS Victory
- HMS Challenger
- HMS Endeavour
Q Alt 1-14. This historical figure was famous for which great work of scientific literature?
- Discourse on Inequality
- Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica
- Man’s Place in the Universe
- Origin of Species
Q Alt 1-15. Solve the anagram and tell us the scientific name of this animal.
- BRYONYCHUR CHYSARCOUS
- DALI PHOTO
- ACOSTA CROUPOUS RUBARTH
- AFRALGA QUIETA
Q Alt 1-16. This bird was the best candidate for the transition between non-avian dinosaurs and birds. Approximately when he lived?
- Late Jurassic
- In Permian
- Late Paleozoic
Q Alt 1-17. Solve the anagram and tell us the scientific name of this plant.
Q Alt 1-18. To where is this beautiful bird endemic?
- Pink City Islands
- Victoria Island
- Galápagos Islands
- Hatia Islands
Q Alt 1-19. Despite being born in ancient Egypt, which of these historical icons was not Egyptian?
- Ramses II
- King Tut
Q 2. Where was the painter who created this piece of art born?
Q Alt 2. What is the title of this world-famous painting?
- Cypresses in Starry Night
- Night in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence
- Starry Night Over the Rhône
- The Starry Night
Q Alt 2-2. Which of these has the hottest temperature?
- (B) Lightening
- (C) Lava
- (D) The Earth’s core
- (A) The surface of the Sun
Q Alt 2-3. The food pictured here is a traditional dish from which country?
Q Alt 2-4. The dish pictured here traditionally contains which of these ingredients?
- Squid ink
- Fish flakes
- Egg noodles
Q Alt 2-5. Which bone is not directly connected to the pelvis?
Q Alt 2-6. Which bone is not connected to the thorax?
Q Alt 2-7. Which of these plays was written by Shakespeare?
- Doctor Faustus
- Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
- The Taming of the Shrew
- Nathan the Wise
Q Alt 2-8. Which of these novels was not written by Charles Dickens?
- The Pickwick Papers
- Tom Jones
- A Tale of Two Cities
- David Copperfield
Q Alt 2-9. Can you tell us which of these places is the deepest geographical location on earth?
- (D )Dead Sea
- (B) Mariana Trench
- (C) Caspian Sea
- (A) Death Valley
Q Alt 2-10. These cute monsters produce a litter of one to three offspring, which they raise for about two years.
- True, apart from that, they are solitary creatures.
- False, after three months they are abandoned by the mother.
- True, during the vulnerable stage, the male stays with the litter.
- False, after six months the youngsters are independent.
Q Alt 2-11. This creature feeds mainly on small vertebrates, but sometimes also may take plant material.
- True, they are very good nocturnal hunters.
- False, they are exclusively herbivores.
- False, in the wild, their most common prey items are from the infraorder Isoptera.
- True, they most appreciate small birds.
Q Alt 2-12. On which continent would you find this national landmark?
- North America
Q Alt 2-13. This geometrical form can be distorted as a lower pyritohedral symmetry.
- False, its vertex figure is a pentagram.
- False, this is the nonconvex form.
- True, has 20 triangular faces, with 5 faces meeting around each vertex.
- True, has 12 isosceles faces.
Q Alt 2-14. This street food is the unofficial national dish of an East African country. Can you tell us which one?
Q Alt 2-15. Music or cheese: which of the following terms means “strong” or “loud” in music?
Q Alt 2-16. The painter of this art piece was born in which month?
Q 3. Watch the video and type in your answer below!
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Q Alt 3-2. Watch the video and type in your answer below!
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Q Alt 3-3. Watch the video and type in your answer below!
Q Alt 3-4. Watch the video and count the number of envelopes being passed around! Enter the solution below.
Q Alt 3-5. Watch the video and type the correct answer letter below!
Q Alt 3-6. Are you ready for the next question? Then click PLAY and roll the tape!
Given a big enough bath tub, which of these would float?
Q Alt 3-7. Watch the video and type in A, B, C or D below!
Q Alt 3-8. Watch the video and type in A, B, C or D below!
Q Alt 3-9. Click the PLAY button and see if you can answer the final question.
Which number comes next in this sequence?
76, 80, 88, 95, 100, 101, ?
Q Alt 3-10. Click PLAY to watch the video. Do you know the answer to the question?
Which of these has the highest volume?
Q Alt 3-11. The next question is quite explosive! Click the PLAY button to watch it.
Which Volcano destroyed the ancient Roman town of Herculaneum?