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I'm going to be trying to release regular 30 question quizzes on Wednesday, and 20 question quizzes on Friday from now on. As I know that not everyone wants to go to an external site to do the questions I'll be posting a set from each quiz on here in addition to the link for those of you who do want to do all 30 or 20.
The quiz this week contains: Alphabet - B, Science and Nature, and General Knowledge and can be found here: https://www.sundayquiz.com/quiz/wednesday-30-question-quiz-28-09-2022/
Questions - Alphabet - B
All answers start with B and are in ascending alphabetical order.
The country which consists of about 700 islands between Florida and Haiti is called the what?
Which Castle has been the Scottish home of the English Royal Family since it was purchased for Queen Victoria by Prince Albert in 1852?
The world's first tri-coloured postage stamp, issued by the Swiss, is called the what?
What name was given to the "generation" which included such authors as Jack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs and Allen Ginsburg?
The theme from Top Gun was a hit for which European sounding American new wave band group?
What is a tarlike mixture of hydrocarbons derived from petroleum?
Karl Landsteiner won a Nobel prize in 1930 for which medical discovery?
In Hinduism, what word connotes the highest universal principle, the ultimate reality in the universe?
The end of September is almost here, and the beginnings of autumn are finally starting to creep up on us. But before we start being flooded by pumpkin-spice-everything, we've got one more Dead Celebrity Trivia to take care of for this month!
If you're new to the game, or want to review the rules, you can find them here.
Let's get it on!
Have been hosting a pub quiz in a bar in Guangzhou (China) for the past two years. The crowd is mostly expats with a few locals so I can’t ever get too US or UK centric with my categories. The quiz is 9 rounds long and up until last week I had an alphabet round, 5 questions on a topic that begins with a certain letter. However I have now gone through the alphabet twice and want to do something else for this round. Any ideas for a new recurring quiz round?
I’m looking for a specific trivia podcast that I just can’t remember the name of; hoping you can help. There were four (or five?) hosts, three guys and a girl. The girl and one of the guys were dating/engaged. Each person came up with a round of questions around a theme like “US presidents” or “shark movies” and each round had a different theme, and the others would guess. Points would be awarded. Mostly all general knowledge questions. The answer was given after each question, not each round.
Any quiz masters experimented with alternatives to pen and paper? Obviously doing things by phone presents an opportunity for cheating but I just hate how much paper we are using up. Thought about laminating and using permanent marker? Lot of cleaning after but maybe worth it… any ideas?
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