1 What is the largest gulf in the world? Gulf of Mexico
2 Melbourne is the capital of which Australian state? Victoria
3 How many squares are on a Spear’s Games Snakes and Ladders board? 100
4 ‘The Compact Pussycat’ is driven by which character in the children’s television series ‘Wacky Races’? Penelope Pitstop
5 How many Deadly Sins are there? Seven
6 How many Jokers are in a standard pack of cards? Two
7 Tipperary is in which European country? Ireland
8 Eddie Fisher, Michael Todd and John Warner were all married to which late Hollywood actress? Elizabeth Taylor
9 The Canterbury Tales , published in the 15th Century, was written by which poet? Geoffrey Chaucer
10 Madras was the former name of which Indian city? Chennai
11 What is Philip Treacy famous for designing? Hats
12 Which firework is said to be named after an instrument of torture on which a saint is said to have been martyred? Catherine Wheel
13 Prince Albert, husband of British monarch Queen Victoria, was born in which modern-day country? Germany
14 Which animal is depicted as the face of breakfast cereal Coco Pops? Monkey
15 The countries Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya are all in which continent? Africa
16 According to the nursery rhyme, who had ‘Ten thousand men’? The Grand Old Duke of York
17 What is the square root of 144? 12
18 What colour is superhero Batman’s Batphone? Red
19 ‘The Grand Ole Opry’ in America is famous for what type of music? Country music
20 The caber, kilts and bagpipes are all associated with with European country? Scotland