Quiz: Can You Get More Than 11 Right on This Difficult Trivia Challenge?
Can You Get More Than 11 Right on This Difficult Trivia Challenge?
By: Robin Tyler
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About This Quiz

Are you an avid Trivial Pursuit fan? Do you find yourself answering all the general knowledge and trivia questions on TV gameshows? Do you know the capital of Turkey? Well, then without a doubt, you are in the right place.

What is general knowledge? Well, although its a term we hear often, it is quite difficult to pinpoint an exact definition. The average Joe doesn't really care too much about trivia or have a general knowledge base. It's just not that important in their daily lives. Yet for people like you and me, well we thrive on having an expansive general knowledge, knowing what's going on in the world around us. And that's in a broad sense, taking in a range of different subjects, for example, from politics to sport, science to geography.

General knowledge is about following what's going on in the world around you. But its also knowing things about the past. No matter what definition we give trivia or general knowledge, to truly test it, you need a quiz such as this.

Here you will face a range of questions, covering a wide variety of trivia subjects. They span different times, themes and ideas. How do you think you will fare? Will you pass with flying colors?

Well, the only way you will know is if you scroll down to begin the quiz! Good luck!

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Do you know which of these United States presidents was the first to be impeached?
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Which bird has eyes that are far bigger than its brain?
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From the options below, which city was the capital of the United States from 1785 to 1790?
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Who played the Grinch in the 2000 movie, "How the Grinch stole Christmas"?
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True or false? A King Cobra is the only species of snake that builds a nest.
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Can you tell us the name of the country known as the "Roof of the World"?
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On the periodic table of elements, what is the designation for lead?
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From these options, can you name the largest country located in Europe.
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True or false? Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer originated as a result of an advertising campaign?
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Can you name the cartoonist who created Garfield?
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Which country won the 2015 Cricket World Cup?
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A maple leaf features on the flag of which country?
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Bikini Bottom is home to which animated character?
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Do you know the capital of Turkey?
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What is the smallest mammal in the world?
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In the book "The Hobbit," Smaug is what kind of mythical creature?
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Name the first scientist to measure the speed of light?
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If you study of Entomology, what do you specialize in?
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What is the official language of Brazil?
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What mountain range that acts as a border between France and Spain?
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Do you know which part of your body produces Insulin?
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From the options below, pick the planet where Superman originated from?
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Can you name the politician that became both a vice president and president of the United States without ever being elected to either office?
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Of the options below, which is the biggest mammal on earth?
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Adolf Hitler rose to power in German in the 1930s. When was he appointed Chancellor of the country?
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Do you know the date on which Elizabeth II was crowned Queen of England?
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In which country was Adolf Hitler born?
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When a word is the same spelled backwards or forwards it is called what?
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Which element on the periodic table used to be called "quicksilver"?
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Thanksgiving was first proclaimed in 1863. Which president was responsible for making it a holiday?
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From the list below, what was New York originally called?
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Sri Lanka had a different name before 1972. Do you know what it was?
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What was the name of the Apollo 11 lunar lander?
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Can you name the Greek philosopher that actually taught Alexander the Great?
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Where were the Winter Olympics first held?
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