11 April – Daily Quiz

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If Seinfeld's 'Soup Nazi' had been a Soup Communist, he'd probably serve a lot of borscht. What red root vegetable is the main ingredient in borscht?

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On which continent did broccoli originate?

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What combines with potatoes to make the dish "Bubble and Squeak"?

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What percentage of a cucumber is water?

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What vitamin is most prevalent in a lime?

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Which family of plants does the strawberry belong to?

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In some countries, this fruit may be called a plantain.

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Which of these is often confused for being a sweet potato?

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What fruit is often referred to as the "World's Smelliest Fruit"?

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Roughly, how many varieties of avocado are there?

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"It was a pleasure to burn" is the opening line to which famous novel?

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Which of the following works was Charles Dickens's first novel?

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Which of the following characters can be found in Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island"?

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Published in 1992, who wrote the controversial novel "Bravo Two Zero"?

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Professor Henry Higgins and Eliza Doolittle are characters from which play?

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Which of these novels was written by Barbara Taylor Bradford?

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Complete the title of this Dr. Seuss book - I Think I Saw it on...

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What was the original title of Herman Melville's classic novel "Moby Dick"?

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In which novel would you meet the Bennet family?

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According to the late 14th-century Middle English legend, which Knight encounters the Green Knight?

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Located in South America, what is the Rio Negro?

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Which of the following locations is not a province in Canada?

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One of the world's largest museums, where would you find the Louvre?

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Which of these cities is not located in Italy?

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In which nation would you find "Great Slave Lake"?

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What is the capital of Turkey?

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Which of these is not a sea?

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What is the Nile?

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Beijing is the capital of which nation?

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On which continent would you find the country of Angola?

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Who discovered Penicillin in 1928?

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What is the closest planet to the sun?

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Which of the following colours is not a primary colour?

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Which of the following terms does not refer to the water cycle?

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Who developed the idea of natural selection and released his theories in a book titled "On the Origin of Species"?

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The process that involves plants using energy from sunlight to convert carbon dioxide into food is called what?

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The fastest land animal in the world is the...

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What is the first element on the periodic table?

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The common cold is a type of...

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According to wide belief, Isaac Newton’s theories on gravity were inspired by what event?

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In a game of standard poker, which of the following is the winning hand?

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Introduced in 1950, what was the first universal credit card?

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What phobia is defined as the fear of thunder and lightning?

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Constructed in 1966, what is the largest opera house in the world with a seating capacity of approximately 3,800?

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Discovered in 1930 and originally considered the ninth planet in the Solar System, in what year was Pluto reclassified to a dwarf planet?

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What physical property of a diamond do carats measure?

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Which of the following astrological signs is represented by a "Mountain Sea-Goat"?

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What does the word "Brut" denote when referring to champagne?

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What is the name given to a nesting of penguins?

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Of the following four historical events, which happened first?

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