Tes Quiz: 2 February 2018

2nd February 2018 at 00:00
Pit your wits against Tes’ weekly general knowledge quiz
  1. Jacinda Ardern is the prime minister of which country?
  2. What would you study if you were a cartographer?
  3. Sapporo is the capital of which of Japan’s four main islands?
  4. Which Colombian singer, who had a worldwide hit in 2006 with Hips Don’t Lie, was born on 2 February 1977?
  5. Published in 1841 and considered to be one of the first detective stories, which American author wrote The Murders in the Rue Morgue?
  6. From which Brazilian football club did Barcelona sign Neymar in 2013?
  7. Who plays Clementine Churchill in the 2017 film Darkest Hour?
  8. What is a male mouse called?
  9. How many standard bottles of champagne make up a Methuselah bottle?
  10. What country would you get if you put together the chemical symbols for tungsten, aluminium and einsteinium?

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  1. New Zealand
  2. Maps
  3. Hokkaido
  4. Shakira
  5. Edgar Allan Poe
  6. Santos
  7. Kristin Scott Thomas
  8. A buck
  9. 8
  10. Wales


Questions set by John Cunnane

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