120+ General Knowledge Trivia Questions and Answers

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120+ General Knowledge Trivia Questions and Answers

A good general knowledge helps the person, everywhere. With such a thing, you can talk about different topics and certainly, people will believe in your knowledge abilities,
In this article, we have shared 120 plus General Trivia Questions. Some of them are quite easy, while some are hard. And yes, before answering the questions, you must not take help from Google.
So, let’s go and see what we have in the list. And don’t forget to mention your score in the comment section!

  1. Which year Demi-Leigh Neil-Peters become Miss Universe?

    2017

  2. Name the largest planet in the universe.

    Jupiter

  3. Which year did Albert Einstein die?

    1955

  4. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Who proposed this law?

    Newton

  5. Which year did the incident of Gulf Oil Spill occur?

    2010

  6. HaMossad leModiʿin uleTafkidim Meyuḥadim is the national intelligence agency of which country?

    Israel

  7. Name the famous stage actor who killed Abraham Lincoln in 1865?

    John Wikes Booth

  8. Who coined the word “biochemistry”?

    Wilhelm Kühne

  9. Who discovered human cell?

    Robert Hooke

  10. What’s the name of France’s external intelligence agency?

    General Directorate for External Security

  11. Beauty with brains is the basic concept of which famous competition?

    Miss Universe

  12. Who invented calculus?

    Sir Isaac Newton

  13. In 2006, four intelligent brains created Twitter. Do they include Jack Dorsey, Noah Glass, Evan William, and?

    Biz Stone

  14. Who wrote, (Around the world in Eighty Days)?

    Jules Verne

  15. Fear of closely-packed holes is called?

    Trypophobia

  16. In which city of Spain did Columbus die?

    Valladolid

  17. The credits for creating “Tom and Jerry” go to two people. One is Joseph Barbra and the second is?

    William Hanna

  18. Who is known as the father of mathematics?

    Archimedes

  19. Name the county which is situated in the south-east of England?

    Essex

  20. Which ocean bounds with South America from the west?

    Pacific Ocean

  21. In 2017, Bill Gates held which position in the list of world’s richest people?

    Second position

  22. Name the blood group that is rarest than O-Negative.

    Bombay Blood group

  23. Which year did the United Nations establish?

    1945

  24. In 1945, which American President gave the orders of throwing bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki?

    Harry S. Truman

  25. Which American president ended the invasion in Iraq and began the military operation?

    George W. Bush

  26. Who invented the radioactive element called radium?

    Marie Sklodowska-Curie

  27. 30 is the atomic number which element?

    Zinc

  28. In 2017, which European country banned work after office hours?

    France

  29. There is a wonderful mythical law of nature that the three things we crave most in life -- happiness, freedom, and peace of mind -- are always attained by giving them to someone else.' Who said this?

    Peyton Conway

  30. Who was the first Prime Minister of the United Kingdom?

    Robert Walpole

  31. The color of Cerulean is?

    Blue

  32. Who is known as the father of modern chemistry?

    Antoine Lavoisier

  33. Flutter is a group name of which beautiful creature?

    Butterfly

  34. The famous character “Shylock” belongs to which novel of Shakespeare?

    Twelfth Night

  35. How many eyes does a spider have?

    Eight eyes

  36. Name the sea which is an extension of the Indian Ocean?

    Red Sea

  37. Who discovered Penicillin?

    Alexander Fleming

  38. Name the first Roman Empire who converted to Christianity?

    Constantine

  39. Name the agency under United Nations that work for the children?

    UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Education Fund)

  40. In which city the United Nations’ headquarter is situated?

    New York

  41. How many Centimeters are in a meter?

    100

  42. Cambridge, MA 02138, USA is the address of which famous University?

    The Harvard University

  43. Who presented the theory of Evolution?

    Charles Darwin

  44. Who is the author of the famous novel (Oliver Twist?)

    Charles Dickens

  45. Who wrote the poem (Baba Black sheep)?

    Rudyard Kipling

  46. Which Turkish city shares Asia and Europe?

    Istanbul

  47. The United Nations has three subsidiary headquarters in Geneva, Vienna, and which city?

    Nairobi

  48. Who won the third football world cup in 1938?

    Italy

  49. Sir Garfield Sobers, Sir Andy Roberts, and Sir Clyde Walcott are three famous names of the cricket world. To which country they all belonged to?

    West Indies

  50. What is the official currency of Chile?

    Chilean Peso

  51. How many seas in the world?

    7 seas

  52. What is the currency of Australia?

    Australian Dollar

  53. Who’s pictured on the 50 bills of US Dollars?

    Ulysses S. Grant—the 18th President of America

  54. Who is often referred to as the father of modern biochemistry?

    Carl Neuberg

  55. What is the name of the daughter of Prince William?

    Princess Charlotte of Cambridge

  56. Name the sea that has Earth’s lowest elevation?

    Salt Sea

  57. In 2016 two countries confirmed signing the Paris Climate agreement. One of them was the USA. Name the other country?

    China

  58. In the novel “Taming of the shrew”, who is the shrew?

    Katherine Minola

  59. How many countries have a veto power in the United Nations?

    Five

  60. In 1959, how many countries signed the Antarctic Treaty?

    Twelve countries

  61. What’s the other name of Mississippi Rivers?

    Father of the rivers

  62. Who was the youngest President of America?

    Theodore Roosevelt

  63. Ottawa is the capital of which country?

    Canada

  64. To die, to sleep - To sleep, perchance to dream - ay, there's the rub,
    For in this sleep of death what dreams may come... The dialogue belonged to which play?

    Hamlet

  65. Who made a revolver?

    Samuel Colt

  66. Brothers Grimm wrote which famous story for children?

    Rapunzel

  67. Which country has Croatia in the north and south-west, Serbia in the east, and Montenegro in the south-east?

    Bosnia

  68. How many countries are there in Europe?

    50 countries

  69. Abelmoschus esculentus is the botanical name of which delicious vegetable?

    Lady Finger

  70. Who was the first DCI of CIA?

    Admiral Sidney Souers

  71. Who was the first person to invent a thermometer?

    Galileo Galilei

  72. In which country Kofi Annan was born?

    Ghana

  73. In which state of America is the National volcanoes’ Park?

    Hawai’i

  74. Free Democrats is one of the major political parties of which country?

    Germany

  75. How many members are there in the UK House of Commons?

    650

  76. In 1959, who made the first Barbie doll?

    Ruth Handler

  77. Name the middle layer of the earth.

    Mantle

  78. Sydney is a famous city of Australia. Which city is its capital?

    Canberra

  79. In 1922, who became the General Manager of BBC?

    John Reith

  80. What was the first Hollywood silent movie?

    In Old California

  81. In 1950’s, which Santa Claus Parade in North America was the largest?

    Toronto Parade

  82. During World War I, who was the American President?

    Woodrow Wilson

  83. Which year did the Spanish Civil war end?

    1939

  84. In 1957, Soviet Union launched the first artificial satellite that began the space race. Name that.

    Sputnik 1

  85. Still in the 21st century, landing on moon is a bit difficult. How many countries have did that, so far?

    3

  86. When the First World War did begin?

    1914

  87. Which Italian city is known as the (City of Water)?

    Venice

  88. Currently how many countries are the members of OPEC?

    15 countries

  89. Those things which pass electric current are known as?

    Conductor

  90. How many oceans are the there in the world?

    Five

  91. Shane Warne was a famous bowler of which country?

    Australia

  92. Who invented the Doughnut?

    Hanson Gregory

  93. Which dance-pop group played the song (Barbie Girl)?

    Aqua

  94. What’s the national dish of England?

    Chicken Tikka Masala

  95. Name the test used for detecting the lies of the suspected persons?

    Polygraphic Test

  96. Bolognese is the national dish of which country?

    Italy

  97. Name the smallest state of USA?

    Rhode Island

  98. Which country is the largest producer of coffee?

    Brazil

  99. Nunn Bush is a brand name of which footwear company?

    Weyco Company

  100. Who discovered the first known song?

    Prof. Anne Draffkon Kilmer

  101. How many strings do most of the violins have?

    4 strings

  102. Henry Sewell was the first prime minister of which country?

    New Zealand

  103. What’s the fear of darkness called?

    Nyctophobia

  104. How many sides a heptagon has?

    Seven

  105. Name the Pharaoh for whom the great pyramid of Giza was built?

    Pharaoh Khufu

  106. Who made the first telescopic observations of the planet Mars?

    Galileo Galilei

  107. How many milk teeth a human body has?

    20

  108. Approximately 96 percent of which Park is situated in the American state Wyoming?

    Yellowstone National park

  109. What fell down that made Newton to discover the gravity?

    Apple

  110. In 2014, who was appointed as the executive editor of New York Times?

    Dan Baquet

  111. The Canadian city Montreal was originally known as?

    Ville-Marie

  112. An angle lesser than 90 degrees is known as?

    Acute angle

  113. An angle higher than 90 degrees is known as?

    Obtuse angle

  114. Who wrote the famous book (Snow White and Seven Dwarfs)?

    Wanda Gag

  115. What’s the national food of Australia?

    Roast Lamb

  116. According to size, what’s the biggest state of America?

    Alaska

  117. To whom San Diego refers to?

    Saint Didacus of Alcalás

  118. Which river serves as the international border between America and Canada?

    Niagara Falls

  119. Which year the APA style of citation originated?

    1929

  120. How many senate members are there in America?

    100 members

  121. Who is the founder of the formula of Coca-Cola?

    John Pemberton

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