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General Knowledge Quiz for 28 February 2022

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In 1846, using mathematical predictions by French mathematician Urbain Le Verrier, German astronomer Johann Gottfried Galle became the first person to observe which planet?

A
Uranus
B
Saturn
C
Neptune
D
Mercury
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2

In which decade was Queen Elizabeth II born?

A
1910s
B
1940s
C
1930s
D
1920s
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3

Who called foxhunting "The unspeakable in pursuit of the uneatable"?

A
Shakespeare
B
W B Yeats
C
Oscar Wilde
D
John Milton
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4

Who was on the throne when Britain's first Prime Minister, Robert Walpole, was appointed?

A
Queen Anne
B
George I
C
William III
D
George II
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5

According to a report by the organisation called "Transparency International", what was the most corrupt country in the world in 2009?

A
Egypt
B
Somalia
C
Spain
D
Ecuador
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6

Which of these leads to Westminster Abbey in London?

A
Victoria Street
B
The Mall
C
Pall Mall
D
Cheapside
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7

What did Joseph Smith say that the Book of Mormon that he translated was written on?

A
Vellum
B
Papyrus
C
Stone
D
Gold
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