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General Knowledge Quiz for 19 February 2019

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1

What is the capital of the archipelago in the South Atlantic Ocean called The Falkland Islands?

A
Stanley
B
Georgia
C
St. George's
D
The Settlement
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2

What is the Australian English word that means a small lake, such as is formed when the path of a creek or river changes, leaving a dead end?

A
Billabong
B
Coodgee
C
Coolibah
D
Murrumbidgee
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3

On 15 May 2002, FIFA announced that which nation would host the Football (soccer) World Cup in 2010?

A
Australia
B
Mexico
C
Morocco
D
South Africa
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4

Who made the first, in western countries, practical successful and widely usable vaccinations in 1796 against smallpox?

A
Louis Pasteur
B
Alexander Fleming
C
Jonas Salk
D
Edward Jenner
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5

In Greek legend, who, the last king of Troy, was the father of Hector and Paris?

A
Hercules
B
Laomedon
C
Priam
D
Neoptolemus
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6

A "marlin" is a type of what?

A
Vehicle
B
Golf club
C
Fish
D
Deer
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7

Who played David Brett in the English version of the TV series "The Office"?

A
B J Novak
B
Martin Freeman
C
Steve Carell
D
Ricky Gervais
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