Trivia III





Quiz Questions

  1. In which London street does the British Prime Minister live? And at which number?
  2. In a famous story, which fruit is said to have fallen on Isaac Newton's head whilst sitting in his garden to make him think about how gravity behaves?
  3. How many days are there in September?
  4. How many leaves does a lucky clover normally have?
  5. In Victorian times what was a penny farthing?
  6. Starting with the letter 'D', what do you often see and imagine when sleeping?
  7. Aborigines are the original people to live in which country?
  8. Which country would you visit to see The Eiffel Tower?
  9. What would bounce more: a rubber ball, egg, or a glass marble?
  10. Starting with the letter 'r', what name is given to a small carpet?
  11. What is the name of the very thin crisp biscuit that is sometimes served with ice cream?
  12. A baguette is what type of food?




Answers:

  1. Downing Street. Number 10.
  2. An apple
  3. 30
  4. Four
  5. Bicycle
  6. Dreams
  7. Australia
  8. France
  9. Rubber ball
  10. Rug
  11. Wafer
  12. Bread (a long French stick of bread)