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General Knowledge Quiz for 29 May 2020

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From which continent are native tribes and ethnic groups called the Hausa, Yoruba, Igbo, Amhara, Somali, Fula, Shona, Zulu, Hutu, Maasai, Tutsi and Nubians?

A
Asia
B
Australia
C
Europe
D
Africa
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2

How many months are there in a century?

A
1200
B
600
C
12000
D
120
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3

Until the introduction of the Euro on 1 January 2002, which country had the guilder as its basic currency unit?

A
Luxembourg
B
Belgium
C
Italy
D
The Netherlands
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4

Where were the first Winter Youth Olympic Games held?

A
Lillehammer, Norway
B
Singapore
C
Innsbruck, Austria
D
Nanjing, People's Republic of China
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5

What enabled the introduction of quiz shows to American television in the 1950s?

A
Wealthy sponsor Hazel Bishop, Inc, underwrote five new TV quizzes
B
They were ruled not to be a form of gambling
C
Finance for producing TV drama was severely reduced
D
British TV introduced them
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6

A job that is abbreviated to ASM is in what field?

A
Electrical contracting
B
Medicine
C
Theatre
D
Swimming
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7

Whose 2006 album "Back to Black" had 6 Grammy Award nominations and five wins, tying the record for the most wins by a female artist in a single night, and made her the first British singer to win 5 Grammys?

A
Lily Allen
B
Amy Winehouse
C
Dusty Springfield
D
Cilla Black
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