35 Easy Trivia Quiz Questions And Answers

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  1. Who directed the 1990 movie “Home Alone?
    • Tim Burton
    • Oliver Stone
    • Ernst Lubitsch
    • John Hughes
    The correct answer is John Hughes. John Hughes was an American film director, producer, and screenwriter who is best known for his work on comedies such as Home Alone, Planes, Trains and Automobiles, and The Breakfast Club.
  2. Starscream was a character from which 1980’s toy craze?
    • Zoids
    • ThunderCats
    • He-Man & The Masters of the Universe
    • Transformers
    The coorect answer is Transformers. Starscream was a popular character from the 1980s toy and media franchise Transformers, which featured robots that could convert into vehicles and other objects.
  3. Sun Protection Factor is typically abbreviated to what?
    • CPR
    • NOW
    • SPF
    • LDL
    The correct answer is SPF. Sun Protection Factor (SPF) is a measure of how well a sunscreen can protect the skin from ultraviolet (UV) radiation. It is expressed as a number on a scale ranging from 2 to 50+ that indicates the level of protection provided.
  4. Can you solve the word “_pr__d” with missing letters?
    • spread
    • radio
    • create
    • became
    The correct answer is spread. Spread is a verb meaning to open out or extend in all directions, as in opening a blanket or opening one’s arms.
  5. A group of bats is known as a what?
    • A fever
    • A mustering
    • A cauldron
    • A watch
    The correct answer is a cauldron. A group of bats is known as a “colony” because they live together in large numbers and form a social community. A cauldron is a large metal pot used for boiling liquids, usually over an open fire.
  6. The English FA Cup winners in 1984 were which football team?
    • Manchester United
    • Reading
    • Brighton & Hove Albion
    • Everton
    The correct answer is Everton. Everton Football Club won the 1984 FA Cup, beating Watford 2-0 in the final at Wembley Stadium.
  7. The famous line “You shall not pass!” is from which movie?
    • Toy Story
    • The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
    • Cool Hand Luke
    • Frankenstein
    The correct answer is “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring”. The line “You shall not pass!” is uttered by the wizard Gandalf in the 2001 film adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s novel The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring.
  8. The type of cheese called “Zaanlander” comes from which country?
    • Netherlands
    • Italy
    • Jordan
    • Cape Verde
    The correct answer is Netherlands. The cheese called Zaanlander is a type of Dutch cheese, originating from the Netherlands.
  9. In which year was the movie “Serpico” starring Al Pacino released?
    • 1973
    • 1968
    • 1974
    • 1987
    The correct answer is 1973. The crime drama film “Serpico” starring Al Pacino was released in 1973, depicting the real-life story of a police officer’s struggles against corruption in the NYPD.

  1. The classic song “Come Together” was by which artist?
    • Bob Dylan
    • The Beatles
    • Bon Jovi
    • Billy Joel
    The answer is The Beatles. The Beatles were an iconic British rock band who released the classic song “Come Together” in 1969.
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  1. Which character from Spanish literature had an issue with a windmill?
    • Othello
    • Don Juan
    • Don Quixote
    • El Cid
    The correct answer is “Don Quixote”. Don Quixote, the hero of the novel of the same name by Miguel de Cervantes, famously engaged in a battle with a windmill, believing it to be a giant.
  2. The actor Dean Jagger won an Academy Award for Best Suporting Actor in which movie?
    • Stagecoach
    • Twelve O’Clock High
    • Captains Courageous
    • The Westerner
    The correct answer is Twelve O’Clock High. Dean Jagger won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the 1949 war drama ‘Twelve O’Clock High’.
  3. Global Positioning System is typically abbreviated to what?
    • GPS
    • NATO
    • OSHA
    • DOA
    The correct answer is GPS. Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite-based navigation system that provides users with accurate information about their position and time anywhere on the Earth’s surface.
  4. In which year was the movie “Bad Boys II” starring Will Smith released?
    • 2007
    • 2012
    • 2003
    • 2005
    The correct answer is 2003. Bad Boys II is a 2003 action-comedy movie starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence. It was released in theaters in July 2003.
  5. Can you solve the word “_ar__r_” with missing letters?
    • alarmers
    • charmer
    • farmers
    • harmers
    The correct answer is farmers. Farmers are people who work the land to grow crops and raise livestock for sustenance or to sell.
  6. What is the currency code of Ecuador?
    • USD
    • BUR
    • FOX
    • AUD
    The correct currency code is “USD”. The currency code of Ecuador is USD, which stands for the United States Dollar, the official currency of Ecuador since 2000.
  7. The Italian term “Come si chiama?” transaltes to what in English?
    • To hear
    • What’s your name?
    • Why
    • Good
    The corrrect answer is “What’s your name?”. The Italian phrase “Come si chiama?” translates to “What’s your name?” in English, which is a common way of asking someone for their name.
  8. Name the 1960 movie directed by Stanley Kramer and starring Spencer Tracy and Fredric March?
    • Inherit the Wind
    • The Great Escape
    • Singin’ in the Rain
    • North by Northwest
    The correct answer is Inherit the Wind. Inherit the Wind is a 1960 courtroom drama film directed by Stanley Kramer, starring Spencer Tracy and Fredric March. It is based on the real-life Scopes Monkey Trial of 1925 and focuses on the conflict between science and religion.
  9. What is the past participle of the verb “to write”?
    • Wrote
    • Writing
    • Written
    • Writes
    The correct answer is “Written”. Written is the form of the verb “write” that is used to indicate an action that was completed in the past.

  1. Level is the reverse spelling of which word?
    • floor
    • match
    • level
    • column
    The correct answer is level. Did you get it right? Level is an anagram of the word “reveal,” which means to make known or uncover something that was previously hidden or unknown.
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  1. What does the acronym ABS mean?
    • Anti-lock Barking System
    • Anti-lock Braking System
    • Anti-lock Blasting System
    • Anti-lock Beaming System
    The correct answer is “Anti-lock Braking System”. ABS stands for Anti-lock Braking System, which is an automobile safety feature that prevents the wheels from locking up during sudden braking, allowing the driver to maintain control of the vehicle.
  2. Longest Tightrope Walk record attempt by Nik Wallenda took place in which year?
    • 2023
    • 2021
    • 2004
    • 2013
    The correct answer is 2013. In 2013, Nik Wallenda attempted to break the world record for the longest tightrope walk by walking across the Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA.
  3. The Dolichoderus is a type of which animal?
    • Tropical Fish
    • Butterfly or Moth
    • Beetle
    • Ant
    The correct answer is Ant. The Dolichoderus is a genus of ant that is commonly found in tropical and subtropical regions.
  4. Thomas Jefferson was the U.S. Vice President in which years?
    • 1817-1825
    • 1901-1901
    • 1861-1865
    • 1797-1801
    The correct answer is 1797-1801. Thomas Jefferson served as the third Vice President of the United States from 1797 to 1801 under President John Adams.
  1. Who won the Best Director Oscar in 1965 for the movie “The Sound of Music”?
    • Richard Attenborough
    • Robert Wise
    • Steven Spielberg
    • Mel Gibson
    The correct answer is Robert Wise. Robert Wise was an American film director, producer, editor, and writer who won the Best Director Oscar in 1965 for his work on the movie The Sound of Music.
  2. The famous wine growing region called the “Douro Valley” is in which country?
    • Portugal
    • New Zealand
    • Botswana
    • France
    The correct answer is Portugal. Did you get it right? The Douro Valley is a picturesque region in Portugal known for its lush vineyards and production of Port wine.
  3. In which year was the movie “Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace” starring Natalie Portman released?
    • 1989
    • 1995
    • 2018
    • 1999
    The correct answer is 1999. In 1999, the first installment of the Star Wars prequel trilogy, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, was released, starring Natalie Portman.
  4. Ed Moses won the 400 metre hurdle title in which year?
    • 1946
    • 1974
    • 1984
    • 1997
    The correct answer is “1984”. Ed Moses won the 400 metre hurdle title at the 1984 Summer Olympics, becoming the first American to win the event since 1908.
  5. Rewop is the reverse spelling of which word?
    • animal
    • minutes
    • power
    • strong
    The correct answer is power. Did you get it right? The correct answer is power. Rewop is a reverse spelling of the word power, which is a noun that refers to the ability to do something or act in a particular way.

  1. “Luke Skywalker” was a character featured in which blockbuster movie?
    • Blade Runner
    • Independence Day
    • Tomb Raider: Cradle of Life
    • Star Wars
    The correct answer is “Star Wars”. Luke Skywalker was a major character in the iconic 1977 science fiction film, Star Wars, directed by George Lucas.
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  1. Queensbury Tube Station is located on which London Underground line?
    • District Line
    • South Eastern Main Line
    • Northern Line
    • Jubilee Line
    The correct answer is Jubilee Line. The Jubilee Line is a rapid transit line on the London Underground network, which serves the capital city of London and its surrounding areas. It connects stations in North West, South West, East and North London.
  2. The 1960’s classic movie “Two Women” starred which leading Hollywood actor?
    • Sophia Loren
    • Gregory Peck
    • Rock Hudson
    • Rex Harrison
    The correct answer is Sophia Loren. Sophia Loren was an Italian actress who rose to fame in the 1960s, winning an Academy Award for her performance in the classic movie Two Women.
  3. Which of the following countries is NOT in Europe?
    • Belarus
    • Ireland
    • France
    • Mauritania
    The correct answer is Mauritania. Botswana is a landlocked country located in Southern Africa, and is not part of the continent of Europe.
  4. The Stephen Spielberg movie “The Sugarland Express” was released in what year?
    • 1968
    • 1974
    • 1965
    • 1970
    The correct answer is 1974. The Sugarland Express, a movie directed by Stephen Spielberg, was released in 1974. It was his first major studio feature film and was a critical and commercial success.
  5. Madonna’s 1992 book was called?
    • Death
    • Sex
    • Love
    • Tears
    The correct answer is “Sex”. Madonna’s 1992 book was a provocative collection of photographs and writings, which she titled ‘Sex’.
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