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Answers for HSL Quiz – 16th April 2020

Now for the answers to the quiz…

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  1. Who was the first female Prime Minister of Great Britain?

Margaret Thatcher

 

  1. Which team won the 2003 Formula One car racing championship?

Ferrari

 

  1. What is the national capital city of Canada?

Ottawa

 

  1. How many ribs are in a human body?

24

 

  1. Who is the author of ‘A Christmas Carol’?

Charles Dickens

 

  1. Which continents form the New World?

The Americas, North and South

 

  1. What do the letters BFG stand for in Roald Dahl’s famous children’s book?

Big Friendly Giant

 

  1. Who had a 70s hit with the song Eye of the Tiger?

Survivor

 

  1. On a clothing label, what is symbolized by a circle with a cross running through it?

Do not dry clean

 

  1. What do camels store in their humps?

Fat

 

  1. What is the longest river in England, that runs through England only?

River Thames

 

  1. What is meant by the term ‘on the rocks’ on a drinks menu?

Over ice

 

  1. Who provides the voice-over for Maggie in the Simpsons?

Nancy Cartwright

 

  1. Which country has the world’s longest coastline?

Canada

 

  1. Who played Elliott’s little sister Gertie in the film E.T.?

Drew Barrymore

 

  1. What is the largest island in the world?

Greenland

 

  1. What name is given to animals whose diets consist only of plants?

Herbivores

 

  1. Which famous corporation uses the motto ‘Just Do It’?

Nike

 

  1. Which male artist broke a record in March 2017 with the achievement of 16 songs in the UK Top 20?

Ed Sheeran

 

  1. The world’s first national park was established in 1862 in which country?

USA

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