30 Mixed Random Family Quiz Questions And Answers (Multiple Choice)

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  1. The 1990’s hit movie “Titanic” starred which Hollywood A-lister?
    • John Candy
    • Jodie Foster
    • Gene Wilder
    • Leonardo DiCaprio
    The correct answer is Leonardo DiCaprio.
    Leonardo DiCaprio is an Academy Award-winning actor who achieved worldwide fame for his portrayal of Jack Dawson in the 1997 blockbuster film Titanic.
  2. Kciht is the reverse spelling of which word?
    • thick
    • total
    • health
    • write
    The correct answer is thick. Did you get it right?
    Kciht is the reverse spelling of the word thick, which refers to having a large diameter or being dense.
  3. The actor Daniel Craig took a lead role in which blockbuster 2010’s movie?
    • Knocked Up
    • X-Men
    • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
    • Skyfall
    The correct answer is “Skyfall”. Did you get it right?
    The correct answer is Skyfall. Daniel Craig starred as James Bond in the 2012 British spy film, which was the twenty-third installment of the James Bond film series.
  4. What does the acronym ETA mean?
    • Estimated Date in Arrival
    • Estimated Time of Arrival
    • Estimated Transmission in Arrival
    • Estimated Transparency in Arrival
    The correct answer is “Estimated Time of Arrival”.
    ETA is a phrase used to indicate when someone or something is expected to arrive at a certain place. It is commonly used when referring to the expected time of arrival of a person, vehicle, or shipment.

  1. “Neo” was a character featured in which blockbuster movie?
    • The Matrix Reloaded
    • Mission: Impossible
    • Blade Runner
    • Alien
    The correct answer is “The Matrix Reloaded”.
    The Matrix Reloaded is a 2003 science fiction action movie starring Keanu Reeves as the main character Neo, who must save humanity from machines that have enslaved them.
  2. In 70’s CB Radio Slang What Is A ‘smokie
    • A Policeman
    • A roll-up
    • A hot sandwich
    • An attractive woman
    The correct answer is “A Policeman”.
    A “smokie” is a slang term for a police officer, referring to the smokey hats they used to wear.
  3. What is the term for the study of fossils and ancient life?
    • Paleontology
    • Ecology
    • Meteorology
    • Astronomy
    The correct answer is Paleontology.
    Paleontology is the scientific study of fossils and other evidence of ancient life, and the processes by which they have changed over time.
  4. Which one of the following dates was a leap year?
    • 1932
    • 1931
    • 1933
    • 1934
    The correct answer is 1932.
    1932 was a leap year because it was evenly divisible by 4, making it a leap year according to the Gregorian calendar.
  5. The city of Cambridge is in which English county?
    • West Yorkshire
    • West Midlands
    • North Yorkshire
    • Cambridgeshire
    The correct answer is Cambridgeshire.
    Cambridgeshire is a county located in the East of England, bordering Norfolk, Suffolk, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, and Essex. It is home to the city of Cambridge, as well as other cities, towns, and villages.
  6. What is the currency code of Jordan?
    • AMD
    • RUE
    • DSU
    • JOD
    The correct currency code is “JOD”.
    The currency code of Jordan is JOD, which stands for the Jordanian Dinar, the official currency of the country.
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  1. The Hercules is a type of which animal?
    • Butterfly or Moth
    • Tropical Fish
    • Beetle
    • Ant
    The correct answer is Beetle.
    The Hercules Beetle is a type of beetle known for its immense size and strength.
  2. In which year was the movie “Earth Girls Are Easy” starring Jim Carrey released?
    • 1992
    • 1998
    • 1988
    • 1996
    The correct answer is 1988.
    Earth Girls Are Easy, a romantic comedy starring Jim Carrey, was released in 1988.
  3. “indented” is an anagram of which word?
    • extended
    • pretended
    • intended
    • befriended
    The correct answer is “intended”.
    An anagram is a word or phrase formed by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase, and intended is an anagram of indented, as the letters of both words can be rearranged to form the same word.
  4. Who released the 70’s album entitled Sticky Fingers
    • Blonde
    • The Police
    • Rolling Stones
    • Rush
    The correct answer is “Rolling Stones”.
    The English rock band Rolling Stones released the album Sticky Fingers in 1971, which included the hit singles “Brown Sugar” and “Wild Horses”.

  1. In what year was the Jame Bond movie “Casino Royale” released?
    • 2006
    • 2005
    • 2003
    • 2009
    The correct answer is 2006.
    The 21st James Bond movie, “Casino Royale,” was released in 2006 and was the first to feature Daniel Craig as the iconic British spy.
  2. Who was the first person to orbit the earth?
    • Alan Shepard
    • Yuri Gagarin
    • Neil Armstrong
    • John Glenn
    The correct answer is Yuri Gagarin.
    Yuri Gagarin was a Soviet cosmonaut who became the first human to orbit the Earth on April 12, 1961.
  3. Sunflower and Western Meadowlark are both symbols of which U.S. states?
    • Delaware
    • Massachusetts
    • Kansas
    • Nebraska
    The correct answer is Kansas.
    Kansas is represented by the sunflower and the Western Meadowlark as its state symbols, signifying the state’s natural beauty and wildlife.
  4. Who directed the 1994 movie “Léon: The Professional?
    • Howard Hawks
    • Ridley Scott
    • Luc Besson
    • Oliver Stone
    The correct answer is Luc Besson.
    Luc Besson is a French film director, screenwriter, and producer, best known for his work in the action-thriller genre. He directed the 1994 movie Léon: The Professional, which is considered a cult classic.
  5. Which religious leader is said to have found enlightenment while sitting under a tree?
    • Confucius
    • Muhammed
    • Moses
    • Buddha
    The correct answer is “Buddha”.
    Buddha, also known as Siddhartha Gautama, is said to have experienced a profound spiritual awakening while meditating underneath a Bodhi Tree, which is said to be the tree of awakening.
  1. The atomic weight of Tungsten is what?
    • 145
    • 183.84
    • 85.468
    • 209
    The correct answer is 183.84.
    Tungsten is a chemical element with an atomic weight of 183.84 on the periodic table. It is a heavy metal with the highest melting point of any element.
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  1. What unusual word means nonsense or foolish talk?
    • Flapdoodle
    • Spelunker
    • Nincompoop
    • Skedaddle
    The correct answer is “flapdoodle”. Did you get it right?
    Flapdoodle is a colloquial term used to describe nonsensical or foolish talk. It is often used in a humorous way to describe something that is not true or has no value.
  2. Calypso is a named celestial object of what sort?
    • Satellite
    • Moon
    • Asteroid
    • Galaxy
    The correct answer is Asteroid.
    Calypso is an asteroid, which is a small, rocky object that orbits around the Sun in the Solar System.
  3. Can you solve the word “_ui___ng” with missing letters?
    • building
    • shouted
    • southern
    • schedule
    The correct answer is building.
    The missing letters in the word are “ildi”, which when combined form the word “building”, meaning a structure made of walls and a roof.
  4. Verdi’s “Requiem” was composed in which year?
    • 1866
    • 1871
    • 1868
    • 1874
    The correct answer is 1874.
    Verdi’s Requiem, a monumental choral and orchestral work, was composed in 1874 and premiered in 1875.

  1. Which River Seperates Zimbabwe From South Africa
    • The Nile
    • The Limpopo
    • The Amazon
    • The Mississippi
    The correct answer is “The Limpopo”.
    The Limpopo River is a major transboundary river that forms the natural border between Zimbabwe and South Africa.
  2. _____ Christ – well known figure from history?
    • Joan Of Arc
    • Mahatma Gandhi
    • Jesus Christ
    • Che Guevara
    This correct answer is Jesus Christ.
    He is the most well-known figure from history, due to his role as the central figure in the Christian faith. He is believed to be the son of God who came to Earth to save mankind from sin.
  3. In which year was the movie “Inferno” directed by Ron Howard released?
    • 2017
    • 2015
    • 2016
    • 2023
    The correct answer is 2016.
    The movie Inferno, directed by Ron Howard, was released in theaters in the year 2016.
  4. Theodore Roosevelt National Park is located in which U.S. state?
    • Wyoming
    • North Dakota
    • Cumbria
    • Utah
    The correct is answer is North Dakota.
    Theodore Roosevelt National Park is located in the western part of North Dakota and is known for its rugged badlands and diverse wildlife.
  5. “Xe” is the chemical formula for which gas?
    • Nitrous oxide
    • Xenon
    • Acetylene
    • Butane
    The correct answer is Xenon.
    Xenon is an odorless, colorless, and tasteless noble gas found in Earth’s atmosphere. It is used in a variety of applications, including fluorescent lighting and medical imaging.
  6. Wolley is the reverse spelling of which word?
    • plane
    • yellow
    • special
    • cattle
    The correct answer is yellow. Did you get it right?
    The reverse spelling of yellow is Wolley, as the letters are rearranged to spell the word in reverse.
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