HSL’s Weekly Quiz – 26th October 2020
How did you get on with last week’s quiz? There are some tricky ones this week. If you have any questions you’d like to see featured, send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and you might see them in our next edition!
- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s charity is called ‘Archewell’, from ‘arche’, meaning “source of action”. But what language does the word originate from?
- What is the national flower of Wales?
- Saffron is extracted from which flower?
- What is the name of the actor who plays Cain Dingle in Emmerdale?
- In what month did Crufts 2020 take place?
- Can you name the four areas that the country of Monaco is made up of?
- How many lives is a cat said to have?
- Which famous detective from literature is known for the expression,, “Elementary, my dear Watson.”?
- When did Yorkshire Sculpture Park first open?
- From which sea creature is ‘tomalley’ obtained?
- What country does green tea originate from?
- What are baby pigeons called?
- The autobiography, ’I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings’, was written by who?
- How many Oscars has Meryl Streep won?
- In what year did the first British Vogue magazine get published?
- In the 1987 film, ‘Dirty Dancing’, what is Baby’s first name?
- Which novelist wrote twelve James Bond novels?
- How many chess pieces does an individual player get in a game of chess?
- Which actor plays Tom Ripley in the 1999 film, ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’?
- What is the nickname of jazz trumpeter, Louis Armstrong?
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