Alabama Quiz Questions and Answers
1. Which state is to the north of Alabama?
2. Which state is to the east of Alabama?
a) New Mexico
3. Which state is to the west of Alabama?
a) New Jersey
1. Where was Denis Diderot born?
2. When was Denis Diderot awarded the degree of Master of Arts in the University of Paris?
a) 19 March 1728
b) 14 April 1736
c) 2 September 1732
d) 11 November 1731
3. What did Denis Diderot edit in 1745-1772?
a) Le Figaro
b) Le Monde
John William Strutt Quiz Questions and Answers
1. When did John William Strutt win Nobel Prize for Physics?
2. When was John William Strutt born?
a) 18 February 1846
b) 18 May 1838
c) 10 September 1840
d) 12 November 1842
3. Where was John William Strutt born?
b) Langford Grove
1) Which was Thomas Hardy’s first novel?
a) The poor man and the lady
b) Rich Dad Poor Dad
c) Think and grow rich
d) Think and grow poor
2) Which novel of Thomas Hardy has a chapter in which a man sells his wife?
a) Two on a Tower
b) The Return of the Native
c) The Mayor of Casterbridge
d) Desperate Remedies
3) What happens to Tess in Tess of the d’Urbervilles?
a) She becomes queen
b) She goes to USA
c) She becomes grandmother
d) She is hanged
Arkansas Quiz Questions and Answers
1. Which state is to the north of Arkansas?
c) Rhode Island
2. Which state is to the south of Arkansas?
c) New Jersey
3. Who founded Arkansas Post?
a) Joseph Francois Dupleix
b) Charles Joseph Patissier
c) Henri de Tonty
d) Rene Robert Cavalier
Georgia Quiz Questions and Answers
1. When was Georgia founded?
2. Who got the charter for founding Georgia?
a) Hernando de Soto
b) Rufus Bullock
c) James Edward Oglethorpe
d) Thomas Watson
3. After whom was Georgia named?
a) George I
b) George II
c) George III
d) George IV
Illinois Quiz Questions and Answers
1. When did Illinois become a state of USA?
a) 7 January 1781
b) 5 April 1802
c) 22 July 1848
d) 3 December 1818
2. When did Louis Jolliet visit Illinois?
3. Who captured Kaskaskia in 1778?
a) James Wilkinson
b) George Rogers Clark
c) Pierre Menard
d) Horatio Gates
1) After whom is Bolivia named?
a) Christopher Columbus
b) Simon Bolivar
2) Which is the highest navigable water body in the world?
a) Lake Superior
b) Lake Titicaca
c) Lake Victoria
d) Lake Albert
3) Who won the Presidential election in December 2005?
a) Alan Garcia
b) Evo Morales
c) Raila Odinga
d) Richard Leaky
1) How was Zimbabwe known in 1965-1979?
2) How was Zimbabwe known when it was part of Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland?
b) Northern Rhodesia
c) Southern Rhodesia
3) When did Ian Smith make Universal Declaration of Independence?
Har Gobind Khorana was a biochemist who shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Marshall W. Nirenberg and Robert W. Holley for research that helped to show how the nucleotides in nucleic acids, which carry the genetic code of the cell, control the cell’s synthesis of proteins. Khorana and Nirenberg were also awarded…