Statistics for AK’s General Knowledge A-Z #8

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  • This quiz has been taken 1,144 times
  • The average score is 20 of 26

Answer Stats

HintAnswer% Correct
N – pleasant, satisfactory, or a city in FranceNice
94%
A – traitor Benedict, or the first name of the Terminator actorArnold
93%
O – usually a bit frustrating to see the words “Game ___” flashing on your screenOver
93%
U – Manchester _____: football (soccer) club playing at Old TraffordUnited
92%
J – author E. L. of “Fifty Shades of Grey”, or NBA star LeBronJames
89%
Y – Japanese corporation that produces musical instruments and motorcycles such as V-MAXYamaha
88%
Z – a fitness programme created in Colombia, which combines dance moves with body-sculpting exercisesZumba
87%
K – to make a joke, or a young goat or antelopeKid
84%
Q – reality television series “___ Eye” (for the Straight Guy)Queer
84%
X – fear of strangers or foreignersXenophobia
84%
B – country where Plovdiv, Varna and Burgas are among the largest citiesBulgaria
80%
F – Scottish band with hit “Take Me Out”, or an Austrian archdukeFranz Ferdinand
80%
P – a hit song by Ariana Grande ft. Iggy Azalea, or a difficulty that has to be resolvedProblem
78%
H – food substance that does not spoil and was allegedly used by Egyptian Pharaoh Pepi II to smear slaves with, to keep flies away from himselfHoney
77%
E – is “huit” in French, or black in billiardsEight
74%
G – was founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey BrinGoogle
74%
W – weapon with which Indiana Jones gave himself a scar on the chinWhip
74%
L – about 9.46 trillion kilometres (5.9 trillion miles)Light-year
72%
V – in the movie “Before Sunrise”, Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy met on a train and spent the evening together in this European cityVienna
70%
I – the capital of this country is Baile Átha Cliath (meaning "town of the hurdled ford") in the country’s other official languageIreland
67%
M – a title in The Hunger Games series, refers to a symbol of rebellion and a fictional birdMockingjay
67%
R – mammals in the family Leporidae; were introduced to Australia in the 18th century and now cause millions of dollars’ worth of damage to cropsRabbits
64%
C – Caesar did this to Rubicon, and Pilate had this in store for JesusCross
62%
S – Irish author who wrote “Dracula”; original first name was AbrahamBram Stoker
60%
T – to grill or lightly cook, or something you occasionally have to wait for before you can down your drinkToast
53%
D – Stanley Kubrick’s 1964 film where the title character’s original name was MerkwürdigliebeDr. Strangelove
22%

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