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Q 1. Answer this question to get the points on the wheel! Look at the clue cards and tell us in which country would you find these two things?

Option:-

  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • Africa

Q 2. Look at the clues on the cards and find the singer that sang these two songs!

Option:-

  • Madonna
  • Lana Del Rey
  • Sinead O’Connor
  • Lady Gaga

Q 3. What are we referring to here?

Option:-

  • Insects
  • Events
  • Flowers
  • Trees

Q 4. The wheel spins again! Look at the clues to figure out which event we are referring to.

Option:-

  • Thanksgiving
  • Christmas
  • Easter
  • Independence Day

Q 5. Tricky, tricky. The wheel is trying to spin you out. What are these clues referring to?

Option:-

  • Gastronomy
  • Astronomy
  • Anatomy
  • Forensics

Q 6. Famous monuments! Where are these located?

Option:-

  • Amsterdam
  • London
  • Glasgow
  • Paris

Q 7. What do these two words usually relate to?

Option:-

  • Elves
  • Witches
  • Animals
  • Gnomes

Q 8. What famous series are we referring to here?

Option:-

  • Harry Potter
  • Discoworld
  • Star Wars
  • Lord of the Rings

Q 9. What type of fruits are these?

Option:-

  • Squash
  • Berries
  • Citrus
  • Melon

Q 10. Where do these foods come from?

Option:-

  • Germany
  • UK
  • Mexico
  • Italy

Q 11. In which country would you find these two landmarks?

Option:-

  • Italy
  • Switzerland
  • Spain
  • France

Q 12. Both these clues appeared as ?

Option:-

  • Poems
  • Jokes
  • Hymns
  • Comics

Q 13. In which city would you find these two places?

Option:-

  • Florence
  • Athens
  • Paris
  • Rome

Q 14. Which of these foods contains the most of these two ingredients?

Option:-

  • Bananas
  • Pomegranates
  • Oats
  • Rice

Q 15. What are we referring to here?

Option:-

  • Types of monkeys
  • A set of tools
  • Types of snow leopards
  • Types of whales

Q 16. Where do these belong?

Option:-

  • At court
  • At sea
  • In a church
  • In a chess set

Q 17. What do these two people have in common?

Option:-

  • Both lived in Italy for 11 years
  • Both were actors
  • Both were kidnapped
  • Both were assassinated

Q 18. What are these species a type of?

Option:-

  • Tree varieties
  • Whales
  • Types of Japanese sweets
  • Fish

Q 19. What are we talking about here?

Option:-

  • Pliers
  • Roof types
  • Sewing terms
  • Insect varieties

Q 20. What are we referring to here?

Option:-

  • Breeds of horses
  • Types of boats
  • Locations
  • Types of tents

Q 21. Where would you find these two cities?

Option:-

  • Spain
  • Argentina
  • El Salvador
  • Brazil

Q 22. What types of animals are these?

Option:-

  • Amphibians
  • Predators
  • Mammals
  • Arthropods

Q 23. Look at the clues on the cards to get the points on the wheel! Where would you find these objects?

Option:-

  • Hospital
  • Dentist
  • Construction site
  • Electrical mechanic’s workshop

Q 24. Look at the clues on the cards and score points! Which musician/s are we referring to here?

Option:-

  • Pink Floyd
  • Poison
  • Guns N’ Roses
  • David Bowie

Q 25. The wheel lights up again! Check your clues! Which star was in both films?

Option:-

  • Winona Ryder
  • Matthew Broderick
  • Johnny Depp
  • Geena Davis

Q 26. We’ve decided to give you another card. The Blue card. It could be a clue or a false clue. It’s up to you if you want to use it: Which artist are we talking about?

Option:-

  • Pablo Picasso
  • Claude Monet
  • Diego Rivera
  • Frida Khalo

Q 27. If you took that last clue, you’re right, it was a useful one! Now look again at the clues on the cards. Which country links both words?

Option:-

  • Greece
  • Cyprus
  • Italy
  • England

Q 28. Look at the clues on the cards to get your points! What do these signs stand for on the periodic table?

Option:-

  • Non-metal
  • Gas
  • Metalloid
  • Metal

Q 29. Look at the clues on the wheel! There is another Blue clue, but it could also be misleading you. Take it or leave it to answer the question: Who are we talking about here?

Option:-

  • Julius Caesar
  • Diocletian
  • Vespasian
  • Tiberius

Q 30. Where was this famous figure born?

Option:-

  • Florida
  • California
  • Georgia
  • Washington D.C.

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  1. Got 100% so those answers were correct.

    The questions 29 and 30 you have listed now we’re not in my quiz, which statement is true about this Cory and where was this guy born. Those were not there.

    The two new questions were right before the Winona Ryder question, endoscope, Bowie, and then Winona.

  2. If anyone gets the question asking “Take a look at our clue. Which statement below is true about this city?”
    The answer is “The city opened its gates to foreigners in the late 19th century”

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