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Guyana Quiz

Guyana Quiz Questions

1) When did Guyana become independent?
a) 12 January 1948
b) 26 May 1966
c) 18 September1952
d) 11 November 1961

2) Who was Guyana’s president in 1992-1997?
a) Cheddi Jagan
b) Forbes Burhnam
c) Walter Rodney
d) Bharrot Jagdeo

3) Which country is to the east of Guyana?
a) Nicaragua
b) Costa Rica
c) Suriname
d) Bolivia

4) Which ocean is to the north of Guyana?
a) Atlantic
b) Pacific
c) Indian
d) Arctic

5) Which is the capital of Guyana?
a) Lethem
b) Georgetown
c) Isherton
d) Charity

6) Where did around 900 people of a religious cult under the leadership of Jim Jones commit suicide in 1978?
a) Everton
b) Fort Wellington
c) Jonestown
d) New Amsterdam

7) When was British Guiana formed?
a) 1798
b) 1815
c) 1831
d) 1858

8) Which is the currency of Guyana?
a) Escuda
b) Dollar
c) Peso
d) Real

9) Which is the official language of Guyana?
a) English
b) French
c) Portuguese
d) Spanish

10) When did Guyana become a republic?
a) 23 February 1970
b) 19 April 1974
c) 12 July 1980
d) 19 October 1982

Guyana Quiz Questions with Answers

1) When did Guyana become independent?
b) 26 May 1966

2) Who was Guyana’s president in 1992-1997?
a) Cheddi Jagan

3) Which country is to the east of Guyana?
c) Suriname

4) Which ocean is to the north of Guyana?
a) Atlantic

5) Which is the capital of Guyana?
b) Georgetown

6) Where did around 900 people of a religious cult under the leadership of Jim Jones commit suicide in 1978?
c) Jonestown

7) When was British Guiana formed?
c) 1831

8) Which is the currency of Guyana?
b) Dollar

9) Which is the official language of Guyana?
a) English

10) When did Guyana become a republic?
a) 23 February 1970

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