February 29 Quiz

February 29 Quiz Questions

1) Which of the following is not a leap year?
a) 1896
b) 1900
c) 1904
d) 1908

2) Which Indian Prime Minister was born on 29 February?
a) Jawaharlal Nehru
b) Lal Bahadur Shastri
c) Morarji Desai
d) Inder Kumar Gujral

3) Who took one day from February and added it to July?
a) Julius Caesar
b) Pompey
c) Sulla
d) Cato

4) Who took one day from February and added it to August?
a) Mark Antony
b) Augustus
c) Tiberius
d) Claudius

5) Which of the following is a leap year?
a) 1700
b) 1800
c) 2200
d) 2400

6) What, according to tradition, were women allowed to do on 29 February?
a) Swim
b) Propose marriage to men
c) Wear men’s clothes
d) Ride horse

7) Who is said to have complained to St. Patrick that women had to wait for very long for men to propose?
a) Queen Matilda
b) St. Bridget
c) St. Catherine
d) Empress Irene

8) Which country in 1288 passed a law that allowed women to propose marriage to men on 29 February?
a) England
b) Ireland
c) Scotland
d) Wales

9) How some people in USA refer to 29 February?
a) Labour Day
b) Children’s Day
c) Liberation Day
d) Sadie Hawkins Day

10) Who defeated whom on 29 February 1996 in Cricket World Cup?
a) India defeated Pakistan
b) Kenya defeated West Indies
c) England defeated Australia
d) Zimbabwe defeated S. Africa

February 29 Quiz Questions and Answers

Indian Prime Minister Morarji Desai in New Del...

Indian Prime Minister Morarji Desai in New Delhi, signing the “New Delhi” declaration during a visit by US president Jimmy Carter (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) Which of the following is not a leap year?
b) 1900

2) Which Indian Prime Minister was born on 29 February?
c) Morarji Desai

3) Who took one day from February and added it to July?
a) Julius Caesar

4) Who took one day from February and added it to August?
b) Augustus

5) Which of the following is a leap year?
d) 2400

6) What, according to tradition, were women allowed to do on 29 February?
b) Propose marriage to men

Julius Caesar, Summer garden, Saint-Petersburg

Julius Caesar, Summer garden, Saint-Petersburg (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

7) Who is said to have complained to St. Patrick that women had to wait for very long for men to propose?
b) St. Bridget

8) Which country in 1288 passed a law that allowed women to propose marriage to men on 29 February?
c) Scotland

9) How some people in USA refer to 29 February?
d) Sadie Hawkins Day

10) Who defeated whom on 29 February 1996 in Cricket World Cup?
b) Kenya defeated West Indies

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Updated: June 14, 2016 — 12:03 am

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