500+ Trivia Questions for Adults [Tried & Tested]

Mike Oberman

by Mike Oberman · Updated June 12th, 2023

A lot of kids and students enjoy trivia challenges at school. But can trivia games be fun for adults too? Absolutely! There is no age limit to trivia games. Anyone and everyone can challenge one another to a time of competition, challenge, and camaraderie.

Adults and professionals can use trivia games for all sorts of purposes. You can:

  • Have a trivia challenge with your workmates before a meeting;

  • Create a trivia question extravaganza for a remote or onsite team building;

  • Challenge guests at a dinner party at your home to a trivia challenge;

  • Have a pub quiz at your coffee shop or bar so that your customers will have a great time;

  • Hold a trivia challenge game show in your next church outing or event;

  • And so many more!

Trivia challenges are a great way to break the monotony, especially at work. According to a recent Gallup study, up to 51% of employees feel disengaged at work. Company managers and human resource departments need to find easy and effective ways to engage people because it:

  • helps boost morale;

  • improves productivity;

  • develops work relationships and camaraderie;

  • and pick up new information along the way!

And of course, when having a trivia challenge, the first thing you’ll need is a set of questions. And you’ll need a lot of them if you’re planning to do this regularly! Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered. We’ve compiled a massive list of over 500 fun trivia questions and the correct answer for each for adults that you can use for your next challenge. And we’ve broken them down into categories for you. The categories are as follows:

Are you ready? Here are over 500 trivia questions for adults that have been tried and tested for a game night you'll remember!

Celebrity and Entertainment Trivia

Celebrity and Entertainment Trivia

Celebrities are the who’s who of society, but there are just so many to remember all across time and practices. Celebrities could include actors and actresses, singers, influencers, and personalities of pop culture and lifestyle. How well do you and your colleagues, family, and friends know your celebrities? This category will include all things celebrity-related— movies they’ve been a part of, where they were born, what their real names are and so much more!

Here are some of the best trivia questions for a night of challenge and fun.

Where is 'Doctor Who' actor Gugu Mbatha-Raw from?

  • Answer: Oxford

Where was Rose McGowan born?

  • Answer: Italy

What is Ashton Kutcher's real first name?

  • Answer: Christopher

What is the name of Elton John's husband?

  • Answer: David Furnish

After which planet did Erykah Badu name her daughter?

  • Answer: Mars

Who did Tom Cruise marry in 2006?

  • Answer: Katie Holmes

When Taylor Lautner was dating Taylor Swift, what was their 'couple name'?


What item did Bono fly to London with a first-class ticket, after realising he forgot it for a tour?

  • Answer: His Hat

What was Keanu Reeves' childhood nickname, inspired by his football abilities?

  • Answer: The Wall

Which 'Strictly Come Dancing' professional left the show to pursue a career in musical theatre?

  • Answer: Kevin Clifton

Who said: 'I just want one day off when I can go swimming, eat ice cream and look at rainbows'?

  • Answer: Mariah Carey

Where was 'Grease' actor Olivia Newton-John born in the UK?

  • Answer: Cambridge

Where is 'Doctor Who' actor Matt Smith from?

  • Answer: Northampton

Who won both an Oscar and a Razzie award in 2010?

  • Answer: Sandra Bullock

Other than her performance in 'Skins', which famous series do you see Hannah Murray in?

  • Answer: Game of Thrones

Who wrote the play 'Death of a Salesman'?

  • Answer: Arthur Miller

Which 'Peep Show' actor was born in Norwich?

  • Answer: Olivia Colman

The song 'Big Spender' appears in which musical?

  • Answer: Sweet Charity

Who was the first black person to win an Oscar for acting?

  • Answer: Hattie McDaniel

Where was Queen Elizabeth II born?

  • Answer: London

Before being cast in 'Glee', Lea Michele played Young Cosette in which musical?

  • Answer: Les Misérables

Henrik Ibsen's play 'Enemy of the People' inspired which Steven Spielberg-directed classic film?

  • Answer: Jaws

Which actor hasn't had dual Oscar nominations for acting in the same year?

  • Answer: Meryl Streep

Johnny Depp is the face of which luxury fragrance house?

  • Answer: Dior

How many Tony Awards has the musical 'Dear Evan Hansen' won?

  • Answer: 6

What is Oprah Winfrey's real first name?

  • Answer: Orpah

Which musical was infamously delayed in its opening, due to the prop car breaking down?

  • Answer: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

What is the name of Tom Stoppard's play set in both the 1800s and 2000s?

  • Answer: Arcadia

What year did 'The Phantom of the Opera' first hit the stage?

  • Answer: 1986

Audrey Hepburn's recording of 'Moon River' has been used for which chocolate advert?

  • Answer: Galaxy

What type of dance sees the woman typically held in the crook of the man's arm?

  • Answer: Tango

Which Pixar film was nearly deleted due to its backup system failing?

  • Answer: Toy Story 2

In which film was the fake snow used actually asbestos-based?

  • Answer: Wizard of Oz

Which Latin dance is unusual in that the feet only move on the 2nd and 4th beats?

  • Answer: Mambo

Which Billy Joel song did Princess Diana dance to at the Royal Opera House in 1986?

  • Answer: Uptown Girl

Instead of clapping their hands, how did Ancient Greek audiences applaud theatre performances?

  • Answer: Stamp their feet

What is the name of the radio DJ who shares his name with this famous actor pictured?

  • Answer: Chris Evans

Which actor did Christian Bale take inspiration from for his character in 'American Psycho'?

  • Answer: Tom Cruise

Elizabeth Taylor became the first highest-paid actor for which movie?

  • Answer: Cleopatra

What movie made Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling a brief couple in the 2000s?

  • Answer: The Notebook

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt first met on the set of what movie?

  • Answer: Mr. & Mrs. Smith

Jessica Biel is married to what actor?

  • Answer: Justin Timberlake

Bush singer Gavin Rossdale is married to what musician?

  • Answer: Gwen Stefani

Calista Flockhart is married to which movie star?

  • Answer: Harrison Ford

Gwyneth Paltrow 'consciously uncoupled' from the lead singer of which British rock band?

  • Answer: Coldplay

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Literature Trivia

Literature Trivia

For as long as civilization itself, mankind has collected and enjoyed literary works from some of the best writers across time. From Shakespeare to Mark Twain, J.K. Rowling to Charles Dickens, C.S. Lewis to Aristotle. There are just so many books, poems, and plays to cover! How well-versed are you in the details and storylines of books like Iliad and Odyssey? Have you read the Twilight book series? Let’s go through some easy trivia questions and maybe some not-so-easy ones around literature and books together!

In what year did Agatha Christie's play 'The Mousetrap' begin in theatres in London?

  • Answer: 1952

Germany invaded the Netherlands in which year?

  • Answer: 1940

In which year did the Nazis gain control of Germany?

  • Answer: 1933

Who was the leader of the Nazi Party?

  • Answer: Adolf Hilter

Which famous author wrote 'Ulysses'?

  • Answer: James Joyce

The 'Winnie-the-Pooh' book series was written by which author?

  • Answer: A.A. Milne

In which country did author Arthur C. Clarke spend the last years of his life?

  • Answer: Sri Lanka

In which country was author Peter Carey born?

  • Answer: Australia

What does the 'J' stand for in J. K. Rowling?

  • Answer: Joanne

Which famous author wrote 'The Shining'?

  • Answer: Stephen King

Musica Animalia is a kid's music album by which best-selling author?

  • Answer: Dan Brown

Dracula' was written by which author?

  • Answer: Bram Stoker

Which famous author wrote 'The Hobbit'?

  • Answer: J.R.R. Tolkien

Author Howard Jacobson predominantly writes about people of which religion?

  • Answer: Judaism

‘Fifty Shades of Grey' was written by which author?

  • Answer: E. L. James

The 'James Bond' series of spy novels were written by which author?

  • Answer: Ian Fleming

‘Animal Farm' is a novel by which author?

  • Answer: George Orwell

James and the Giant Peach' is a classic children's novel written by which author?

  • Answer: Roald Dahl

The Picture of Dorian Grey' was written by which author?

  • Answer: Oscar Wilde

Stephen King is an author who most commonly writes which genre of fiction?

  • Answer: Horror

Whose autobiography is 'Long Walk to Freedom'?

  • Answer: Nelson Mandela

The father of Princess Diana married the daughter of which author?

  • Answer: Barbara Cartland

Samuel Langhorne Clemens wrote under what pen name?

  • Answer: Mark Twain

Which author wrote, 'Don't waste your love on somebody who doesn't value it'?

  • Answer: William Shakespeare

Niccolò di Bernardo dei Machiavelli wrote which masterpiece?

  • Answer: The Prince

With what genre of books do you associate Barbara Cartland?

  • Answer: Romance

Which British Prime Minister was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature?

  • Answer: Winston Churchill

Who coined the phrase 'the lost generations'?

  • Answer: Gertrude Stein

The Greatest Game Of All' is an autobiography by a player in which sport?

  • Answer: Golf

The Story of My Experiments with Truth' is the autobiography of who?

  • Answer: Mahatma Gandhi

Whose autobiography was entitled The Sport of Queens?

  • Answer: Dick Francis

Who wrote 'The Downing Street Years'?

  • Answer: Margaret Thatcher

Which basketball player sported a wedding dress to promote his no-excuses autobiography?

  • Answer: Dennis Rodman

Which tennis legend wrote a 2009 best selling autobiography?

  • Answer: Andre Agassi

Which singer had the autobiography entitled 'Moonwalk'?

  • Answer: Michael Jackson

Call Me Lucky' is the title of an autobiography by which crooner?

  • Answer: Bing Crosby

Which US president had his autobiography 'An American Life', published in 1990?

  • Answer: Ronald Reagan

Whose autobiography is 'Dreams from My Father'?

  • Answer: Barack Obama

Tim O'Brien's semi-fictional autobiography was about 'The Things They Carried'' into what war?'

  • Answer: Vietnam War

Which author's autobiography is called 'Chronicles of Wasted Time'?

  • Answer: Malcolm Muggeridge

Whose autobiography is entitled 'Unbreakable'?

  • Answer: Sharon Osbourne

Which author's autobiography is called 'Confessions of an English Opium-Eater'?

  • Answer: Thomas De Quincey

Whose autobiography is entitled 'Learning to Fly'?

  • Answer: Victoria Beckham

Which producer wrote his biography in 1979 entitled 'All You Need is Ears'?

  • Answer: George Martin

Which Lord of the Rings character refers to a valuable item as 'My Precious'?

  • Answer: Gollum

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General Knowledge Trivia

General Knowledge Trivia

From anything under the sun to specific things across various categories. A general knowledge trivia game in the workplace could spell challenges for many. But there’s nothing more fun than hearing some really random answers when your opponents and teammates get stumped! Let’s go through an array of general trivia questions and answers.

Orly airport serves which European city?

  • Answer: Paris

15th century painter Jan van Eyck was from which country?

  • Answer: Netherlands

Norma Jean Mortenson was the birth name of which movie star?

  • Answer: Marilyn Monroe

Flamenco is a traditional dance style associated with which country?

  • Answer: Spain

In the international radio alphabet, which word represents M?

  • Answer: Mike

Earl Lloyd was the first African-American to play which sport professionally?

  • Answer: Basketball

Smores are made with cookies and which other food?

  • Answer: Marshmallows

Cupid is the Roman equivalent of which Greek Dog?

  • Answer: Eros

Uncle Sam is the personification of which country?

  • Answer: United States

Queen Elizabeth II is linked with which breed of dog?

  • Answer: Corgi

A phyllophobe is afraid of what?

  • Answer: Leaves

The US President is always inaugurated in which month of the year?

  • Answer: January

If there's lots of potential, you are told that the world is your what?

  • Answer: Oyster

Which word can come after baby, bridal, and meteor?

  • Answer: Shower

Which plant does latex usually come from?

  • Answer: Rubber

In which language does 'Konnichi Wa' mean hello?

  • Answer: Japanese

If you follow instructions saying purl two, cast off, what are you doing?

  • Answer: Knitting

Halloween was traditionally a festival to mark the end of what?

  • Answer: Summer

The Harlem Renaissance was a cultural movement in which US city?

  • Answer: New York

Oxford and Cambridge are famous universities in which country?

  • Answer: England

Which animal's name translates as 'river horse'?

  • Answer: Hippopotamus

A dummy which an artist uses to practice drawing figures has which name?

  • Answer: Mannequin

Which herb shares its name with a place where coins are made?

  • Answer: Mint

Anne Hathaway was the wife of which famous writer?

  • Answer: William Shakespeare

Greek salad contains which cheese?

  • Answer: Feta

The name of which part of Canada means 'New Scotland'?

  • Answer: Nova Scotia

According to the saying, you shouldn't put all of which food in one basket?

  • Answer: Eggs

Where might you watch New Year fireworks at Copacabana Beach?

  • Answer: Rio de Janeiro

Which country of the world covers the most time zones?

  • Answer: Russia

Lonicera is a plant with which common name?

  • Answer: Honeysuckle

Speedy Gonzales is which cartoon creature?

  • Answer: Mouse

Benjamin Franklin is said to have created with piece of furniture?

  • Answer: Rocking chair

Cosa Nostra is another name for which organization?

  • Answer: Mafia

A 'murder' is the collective noun for which birds?

  • Answer: Crows

Which composer had the Christian names Johann Sebastian

  • Answer: Bach

What flavor is sambuca?

  • Answer: Aniseed

Kabuki is a form of theater in which country?

  • Answer: Japan

In Scotland, what is a loch?

  • Answer: Lake

Which mythical creature has the top of a woman and bottom of a fish?

  • Answer: Mermaid

Which country's flag has a green star on a red background?

  • Answer: Morocco

Sweet Georgia Brown' is the theme song for a famous New York team in which sports?

  • Answer: Basketball

Which material is most commonly used for oil paintings?

  • Answer: Canvas

What might you hang on the fireplace on Christmas Eve?

  • Answer: Stocking

Samhain is the name for traditional Halloween festivities in which country?

  • Answer: Ireland

Actors say it's unluck to mention which Shakespeare play inside a theater?

  • Answer: Macbeth

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Geography Trivia

Geography Trivia

The world we live in is a vast place filled with wonders, man-made landmarks, places, cultures, regions, and countries. There’s definitely no way anyone knows everything about geography, but it would be great to test how much you and your colleagues and friends know.

So why not pick up some of these geography trivia questions and answers for your next pub quiz night or trivia challenge?

What color is the cross on the flag of Switzerland?

  • Answer: White

99 percent of which country's population live in a valley or delta of the River Nile?

  • Answer: Egypt

What is the smallest country in the world?

  • Answer: Vatican City

What percentage of the African continent is covered by the Sahara Desert?

  • Answer: 25%

1936 Olympics star Jesse Owens was from which country?

  • Answer: United States

From which country did Algeria gain independence in 1962?

  • Answer: France

Heathrow is an airport in which European city?

  • Answer: London

Bourgas airport is found in which European Country?

  • Answer: Bulgaria

Oakland Airport lies in which U S State?

  • Answer: California

Doha airport is the main hub of which airline?

  • Answer: Emirates

Which city is the home of Air Canada?

  • Answer: Montreal

The New York Airport is named after which President?

  • Answer: JFK

Leonardo Da Vinci Airport is located in which Italian City?

  • Answer: Rome

Of which country is Lufthansa the largest airline?

  • Answer: Germany

Which of these is a real airport in Indonesia?

  • Answer: Polonia

Who designed Crystal Palace?

  • Answer: Paxton

The architect Frank Lloyd Wright was born in which year?

  • Answer: 1867

Art Deco was a major influence on architecture in which century?

  • Answer: 20th

Which British Cathedral was designed by Thomas Archer?

  • Answer: Birmingham

In which architectural style is the Glasgow School of Art built?

  • Answer: Art Nouveau

Who designed the Petronas Twin Towers?

  • Answer: Cesar Pelli

What shape does Chevron moulding occur in?

  • Answer: Zig Zag

In which Spanish city is the Alhambra Palace located?

  • Answer: Granada

In which architectural style was Lincoln Cathedral built?

  • Answer: Gothic

Frank Gehry was born in which country?

  • Answer: Canada

The Space Needle, built for the 1962 World' s Fair, is a major landmark of which city?

  • Answer: Seattle

Napoleon declared himself Emperor of France while in which building in Paris?

  • Answer: Notre Dame

Which two states donated land for the building of Washington, D.C.?

  • Answer: Virginia and Maryland

Which famous bridge, opened in 1890, was designed by Benjamin Baker and John Fowler

  • Answer: Forth Bridge

Marble was used to build which of these U.S. buildings?

  • Answer: Lincoln Memorial

Many examples of Gaudi's architecture can be seen in which city?

  • Answer: Barcelona

Who designed the Burj Khalifa?

  • Answer: Adrian Smith

The Shard in London is a what?

  • Answer: Skyscraper

Architect Frank Lloyd Wright was what nationality?

  • Answer: American

In which architectural style was Hagia Sophia built?

  • Answer: Byzantine

Motorways in France are called what?

  • Answer: Autoroutes

In what year was Norman Foster born?

  • Answer: 1935

Where is the Emirates Palace situated?

  • Answer: Abu Dubai

The ancient building of the Parthenon is located in which country?

  • Answer: Greece

In which architectual style is the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral built?

  • Answer: Baroque

With 1,000 plus rooms, what is the largest inhabited castle in the world?

  • Answer: Windsor Castle

Which architect designed the famous pyramids outside the Louvre in Paris?

  • Answer: Pei

Muscat is the capital of which of these countries?

  • Answer: Oman

In Japan, what is the Shinkansen?

  • Answer: Bullet Train

Benjamin Netanyahu is the PM of which of these countries?

  • Answer: Israel

Yep! The world is a massive place. So it’s only natural that we’d have 6,300+ geography trivia questions tucked away!

History Trivia

History Trivia

All through history, many people changed the course of communities, society, and civilization. We should remember many of those people. Well, a history trivia would be a great and fun way to remember them while learning and engaging at once!

Throughout history through various civilizations, so much has happened. It’s time we saw how much history you and everyone else know! Here are some history trivia questions and answers for you and your team or family.

The 'what' East India Company brought great wealth to its country?

  • Answer: Dutch

What was the longest battle of World War II?

  • Answer: The Battle of the Atlantic

When was New York City founded?

  • Answer: 1624

Which energy source was important for the advances of the Industrial Revolution?

  • Answer: Coal

Luís Vaz de Camões was a famous writer from which country?

  • Answer: Portugal

The failed Gunpowder Plot primarily attempted to assassinate who in England?

  • Answer: King

In 1944, what month did the Normandy invasion begin?

  • Answer: June

In 1947, what index began to track inflation?

  • Answer: Retail Prices Index

In 1941, Germany began Operation Barbarossa, an invasion of what country?

  • Answer: Soviet Union

The Port Talbot steelworks opened in which part of the UK in 1951?

  • Answer: Wales

Which mountain erupted in Japan in 1707?

  • Answer: Fuji

Napoléon Bonaparte was emperor of which country?

  • Answer: France

What was the name of Marie Antoinette's husband?

  • Answer: Louis XVI

What was the name of Queen Victoria's husband?

  • Answer: Albert

Which method of storing food was invented in 1810?

  • Answer: Tin Can

What was the first US state to enter the union?

  • Answer: Delaware

George Washington Carver's discoveries helped in the production of what?

  • Answer: Crops

In which field was James Watt most famous in the 18th century?

  • Answer: Economics

In which year did the American Civil War start?

  • Answer: 1861

What was the first ever railway called when introduced in England? Stockton and…?

  • Answer: Darlington

What was William F. Cody better known as?

  • Answer: Buffalo Bill

In which area of London did Jack the Ripper commit his murders?

  • Answer: Whitechapel

In which year did construction begin on the White House?

  • Answer: 1792

Big Ben was built in London in 1858. What is Big Ben, technically?

  • Answer: A Bell

What did the Meiji Restoration restore in Japan?

  • Answer: Imperial Rule

Hans Fichers, who won the 1930 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, came from which country?

  • Answer: Germany

Alonso XIII began 1930 as ruler of which nation?

  • Answer: Spain

Before he became an actor, what sport did Johnny Weissmuller compete in?

  • Answer: Swimming

In 1933, Roosevelt stated that 'the only thing we have to fear, is________ itself'?

  • Answer: Fear

The Fair Labour Standards Act set up on June 25th 1938, introduced the minimom wage of how much per hour?

  • Answer: 25 cents

During what 1945 battle did Adolf Hitler commit suicide?

  • Answer: Battle of Berlin

Following the Fall of France in 1940, what position did Spain take before returning to a more netural position later on?

  • Answer: Pro Axis

At the 1949 Acadamey Awards, Hamlet became the first British film to win what major award?

  • Answer: Best Picture

What building, considered the world's largest office building was completed In 1943?

  • Answer: Pentagon

Who was Harry Truman's Vice President?

  • Answer: Alben Barkley

Beinn Eighe became the first nature reserve in which part of the UK in 1951?

  • Answer: Scotland

Die Stem van Suid-Afrika' became which country's national anthem in 1957?

  • Answer: South Africa

After 10 years, what rationing ended in the UK in 1953?

  • Answer: Sweets

What title was Princess Elizabeth's husband given when she became Queen?

  • Answer: Duke of Edinburgh

There were violent protests in Hungary in 1956 over occupation by which country?

  • Answer: USSR

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Lifestyle Trivia

Lifestyle Trivia

For all things related to hobbies and lifestyle, you might want to challenge your workmates, adult friends, and family members to a trivia quiz extravaganza that will have them scrambling for answers. World traditions, baking, architecture, fashion, and so much more. These are just some of the many themes that fall under the lifestyle trivia questions category.

What is commonly said to get people to smile for a photo?

  • Answer: Cheese

Which 1955 film popularized jeans?

  • Answer: Rebel Without a Cause

Half the world's chocolate is consumed on which continent?

  • Answer: Europe

What does wearing cologne add?

  • Answer: Scent

What is used to apply mascara?

  • Answer: Brush

Moisturizing helps to avoid what?

  • Answer: Dry Skin

The country of Dominica is named after which day of the week?

  • Answer: Sunday

Havaiana are famous for their what?

  • Answer: Flip flops

Which Shakespeare play is the longest?

  • Answer: Hamlet

How much physical activity is it recommended that a person does per day?

  • Answer: 30 Mins

Which vegetable is hollowed out to make a lantern at Halloween?

  • Answer: Pumpkin

Espadrilles originate from where?

  • Answer: Pyrenees

An oenologist is an expert in what?

  • Answer: Wine-making

Where is a 'cummerbund' worn?

  • Answer: Round the waist

What products does TRESemmé sell?

  • Answer: Hair Care

Which state produces the most beef?

  • Answer: Texas

Where did the kimono originate?

  • Answer: Japan

What is the unit of measurement of speed at sea?

  • Answer: Knots

Desquamation is also known as what?

  • Answer: Skin Peeling

Naomi Campbell is a famous what?

  • Answer: Model

Which type of animal produces milk?

  • Answer: Mammals

What is the highest female singing voice?

  • Answer: Soprano

Hot Wheels are what kind of toy?

  • Answer: Cars

What is another word for bangs?

  • Answer: Fringe

L'Oréal Elnett is a type of what?

  • Answer: Hairspray

Shakira comes from which South American country?

  • Answer: Colombia

What does the 'C' stand for in CD?

  • Answer: Compact

Crème brûlée is made from what?

  • Answer: Custard

What is celebrated every June?

  • Answer: Winter Solstice

When was Queen Elizabeth II born?

  • Answer: 1926

What described a dish of chicken prepared with South African spices?

  • Answer: Peri-Peri

Biscotti biscuits are what flavor?

  • Answer: Almond

What would you do with a Frisbee?

  • Answer: Throw it

PB&J is an abbreviation for what?

  • Answer: Peanut butter & jelly

What does bleaching do to hair?

  • Answer: Lighten Color

Xbox was introduced in which year?

  • Answer: 2001

A flat shoe would have no what?

  • Answer: Heel

What is the name of the alcoholic drink distilled from sugar cane?

  • Answer: Rum

Which currency is used in France, Germany, and Italy?

  • Answer: Euro

Which country is ranked No. 1 in the world for happiness?

  • Answer: Finland

A 'goatee' is a small type of what?

  • Answer: Beard

What animal does bacon come from?

  • Answer: Pig

What are altostratus, cirrus, and cumulonimbus?

  • Answer: Clouds

What is nail polish applied with?

  • Answer: A Brush

Heathrow is the busiest airport in which country?

  • Answer: United Kingdom

Feline means relating to which animal?

  • Answer: Cat

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Movie and TV Trivia

Movie and TV Trivia

If you have staff or adult friends who love watching movies and television, then a movie and TV trivia extravaganza to test the cinephile in us is a great idea to try out. Every year, North America releases over 700 movies. India adds another 2,000 to that annually. So Movie and TV trivia questions and answers abound online, but we’ve put forty of them in one place for you to choose from.

Let’s challenge each other to an ultimate quiz challenge on all things movies and television. Harry Potter, Star Wars, The Office, Friends, Dr. Who, and so much more. There’s no limit to this collection of film-related trivia.

What is Bette Davis' real first name?

  • Answer: Ruth

Drizella and Anastasia are the sisters of which 1950 Disney heroine?

  • Answer: Cinderella

What was the name of Walt Disney's first cartoon character?

  • Answer: Oswald the Lucky Rabbit

In which state did James Dean die in a car crash in 1955?

  • Answer: California

Who did the voice of Princess Fiona in 'Shrek'?

  • Answer: Cameron Diaz

Princess Jasmine was a character in which animated film?

  • Answer: Aladdin

Who voiced Victor Van Dort in 'Corpse Bride'?

  • Answer: Johnny Depp

Who trains the Furious Five in 'Kung Fu Panda'?

  • Answer: Shifu

What kind of dinosaur is Littlefoot in 'The Land Before Time'?

  • Answer: Brontosaurus

What dragon does Hiccup ride in the 'How to Train Your Dragon' movies?

  • Answer: Toothless

Who was the voice of Zazu the hornbill in 'The Lion King'?

  • Answer: Rowan Atkinson

Who was the voice of Scar in 'The Lion King'?

  • Answer: Jeremy Irons

The movie Sayonara is set in which country?

  • Answer: Japan

Demetrius and the Gladiators is set in which ancient city?

  • Answer: Rome

What is the name of Deborah Kerr's character in The King and I?

  • Answer: Anna

A 1958 movie was about the Seventh Voyage of which character?

  • Answer: Sinbad

What type of animals are in the 1955 Disney movie Lady and the Tramp?

  • Answer: Dogs

What was the name of the main female character in Peter Pan?

  • Answer: Wendy

What sports star did Marilyn Monroe marry in 1954?

  • Answer: Joe Di Maggio

Who played Sabrina Fairchild in the 1954 movie?

  • Answer: Audrey Hepburn

Who plays Clint Reno in Love Me Tender?

  • Answer: Elvis Presley

What is the superhero name of the character known as Bruce Banner?

  • Answer: The Hulk

Which actor plays the role of Captain America in The Avengers?

  • Answer: Chris Evans

Which of Peter Jackson sequel has the Best Picture Oscars?

  • Answer: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)

Who starred as Dan Gallagher in movie 'Fatal Attraction'?

  • Answer: Michael Douglas

Who played Indiana Jones' father in 'The Last Crusade'?

  • Answer: Sean Connery

What color is Lightning McQueen in the movie 'Cars'?

  • Answer: Red

What is the name of Stewie's teddy bear in 'Family Guy'?

  • Answer: Rupert

50 First Dates' is set in which state?

  • Answer: Hawaii

What is the name of Elliott's little sister in the 80s movie 'ET'?

  • Answer: Gertie

What type of creature is Rafiki in 'The Lion King'?

  • Answer: Mandrill

What is character Indiana Jones's real first name?

  • Answer: Henry

What character was voiced by Eddie Murphy in the Shrek series?

  • Answer: Donkey

Norman Bates is the villain in which Hitchcock movie?

  • Answer: Psycho

What is the name of the kingdom in hit 2013 movie 'Frozen'?

  • Answer: Arendelle

Who starred in 2007 movie 'American Gangster' with Russell Crowe?

  • Answer: Denzel Washington

Who played Raymond in the movie 'Rain Man'?

  • Answer: Dustin Hoffman

What was the name of Kate Winslet's character in 'Titanic'?

  • Answer: Rose

Which 1994 film does Tom Hanks star in?

  • Answer: Forrest Gump

What is the name of the Wizardry School in the Harry Potter books?

  • Answer: Hogwarts

In which country was the 'Harry Potter' series filmed?

  • Answer: England

Who played a vampire in 'Interview With The Vampire'?

  • Answer: Tom Cruise

Actress Linda Blair is best known for starring in what horror movie?

  • Answer: The Exorcist

What was the first James Bond film?

  • Answer: Dr. No

Who was the first actor to say the famous quote 'Bond. James Bond' on film?

  • Answer: Sean Connery

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Music Trivia

Music Trivia

Music is the language of the soul! We all have our preferences around genres and types of music. But how much music do you know overall? Let’s see how you and your associates fair in a trivia challenge that goes around music from all categories and cultures. There’s so much ground to cover in terms of the tunes and ballads that make people’s hearts swoon and heads bang.

From rock and roll, hip hop, pop, rap, dance, trance, reggae, jazz, country, and so much more, we have some 40+ music trivia questions and answers you can ask people at work in your next icebreaker event or any gathering at home or at work.

Which singer was born Antoinette Ardizzone?

  • Answer: Toni Arden

Who had a smash hit in 1958 with 'Rumble'?

  • Answer: Link Wray

Which band backed Billy Ward?

  • Answer: The Dominoes

‘That'll Be The Day' was a 1958 album by whom?

  • Answer: Buddy Holly

Whose major hit was 'The Glory of Love'?

  • Answer: The Five Keys

Who had a No.1 hit in 1950 with 'Mona Lisa'?

  • Answer: Nat King Cole

Which music act first recorded the hit song 'The Boxer' in 1968?

  • Answer: Simon and Garfunkel

Diana Ross was a member of which 1960s American singing group?

  • Answer: The Supremes

‘And pretty soon all my troubles will pass' is from which Nancy Sinatra song?

  • Answer: Sugar Town

‘He's as blind as he can be, Just sees what he wants to see' is from a song by which group?

  • Answer: Beatles

Who sang the disco hit 'Disco Inferno'?

  • Answer: The Trammps

What kind of 'Talkin' were the Bee Gees up to in the '70s?

  • Answer: Jive

What word completes the Blondie lyric 'Looks like he's in another world, Run and hide Sunday'?

  • Answer: Girl

How many number one hits did Michael Jackson have in the 1980s?

  • Answer: 8

Which '80s band wanted to: 'make music like a factory would build a car, with a designer's attention to detail'?

  • Answer: ABC

Who got on the charts with 'I Just Called to Say I Love You'?

  • Answer: Stevie Wonder

Who scored a number one hit in 1985 with by composing the theme for the TV show 'Miami Vice'?

  • Answer: Jan Hammer

What Kenny Loggins song spent the most time on the charts at number one in the 80s?

  • Answer: Footloose

It's such a shame our friendship had to end' is from which Prince song?

  • Answer: Purple Rain

Girl you are to me, all that a woman should be' is from which song by Atlantic Starr?

  • Answer: Always

Who helped 2Pac with the rap song 'California Love'?

  • Answer: Dr. Dre

Everything I do (I do it for you) was a hit for which artist in 1991?

  • Answer: Bryan Adams

I Have Nothing and I'm Every Woman were UK Top 10 hits for which female artist in 1993?

  • Answer: Whitney Houston

What group spent three weeks at number one with 'MMMBop'?

  • Answer: Hanson

Who sang 'Livin' La Vida Loca'?

  • Answer: Ricky Martin

The Fugee's scored a UK No. 1 in 1996 with their cover of which Roberta Flack song?

  • Answer: Killing Me Softly

I Want It That Way was a 90s hit for which boy band?

  • Answer: Backstreet Boys

‘Smells Like Teen Sprit’ is an iconic song of the 90s by which famous grunge band?

  • Answer: Nirvana

Who sang the 1990s hit song 'Take a Bow'?

  • Answer: Madonna

What hard-edged rock group surprised the masses with the sweet single 'Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)'?

  • Answer: Green Day

Maroon 5 had a hit album with 'Songs About….'?

  • Answer: Jane

In 2007 Fergie had a hit with 'Big Girls Don't…'?

  • Answer: Cry

Who featured on Rihanna's smash hit 'Umbrella'?

  • Answer: Jay Z

Which American rapper, married to Kim Kardashian released the album Auto-Tune in 2008?

  • Answer: Kanye West

Who sang the song 'Ms. Jackson'?

  • Answer: Outkast

Complete the title of the 2007 No.1 hit 'Hey There….'?

  • Answer: Delilah

What country singer found himself back on the airwaves in the 2000s with 'Hurt'?

  • Answer: Johnny Cash

Complete the title of the 2007 Linkin Park Album 'Minutes to….'?

  • Answer: Midnight

Who sang the song 'Womanizer'?

  • Answer: Britney Spears

AM was the hit album released by which British band in 2013?

  • Answer: Arctic Monkeys

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Sports Trivia

Sports Trivia

The world of sports spans thousands of categories and types. You have popular favorites like Basketball, Baseball, Football, and Golf. Then there are the more fringe, but still highly popular ones like Horse Racing, Snowboarding, and Cricket. So it’s likely that a sports trivia challenge will be an interesting game to play with your adult friends and colleagues.

If you’re ready for a sports trivia night, then these questions could easily fill up your evening with your friends with guessing, giggling, and winning. Time to get the game started! Here are some sports-related trivia questions for you.

Who won 2009 UEFA Champions' League?

  • Answer: Barcelona

Which team won the 2008 UEFA Champions League Final?

  • Answer: Manchester United

What is the traditional nickname of Everton?

  • Answer: Toffeemen

Scotland finished Euro 2020 qualifying behind Russia and which other country?

  • Answer: Belgium

Which city hosted the qualifying draw for Euro 2020?

  • Answer: Dublin

What is the traditional nickname of Norwich City?

  • Answer: Canaries

Which of these clubs has Steve McManaman NEVER played for?

  • Answer: Arsenal

Which team was banned from the 1990 World Cup?

  • Answer: Mexico

A boxer's stomach area is often known as what?

  • Answer: Breadbasket

Test Match Special' is a British radio show about which sport?

  • Answer: Cricket

Dutch sports teams typically play in which color?

  • Answer: Orange

The Pats' is the nickname of which football team?

  • Answer: New England Patriots

Colts, Indians, and Fever are all sports teams from which city?

  • Answer: Indianapolis

Dominic Thiem is a tennis player from which country?

  • Answer: Austria

Early golf balls were stuffed with which natural product?

  • Feathers

A puck is used for playing which game?

  • Answer: Hockey

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A is the top soccer league in which country?

  • Answer: Brazil

Famous marathon runner Ingrid Kristiansen was from which European country?

  • Answer: Norway

Andy Murray had surgery on an injury in which part of his body?

  • Answer: Hip

An expert in judo would have which color of belt?

  • Answer: Black

A player scoring for the opposing side in soccer is known as what?

  • Answer: Own Goal

Basketball was originally played with a ball designed for which other sport?

  • Answer: Soccer

Arnie's Army' followed Mr Palmer, a player in which sport?

  • Answer: Golf

Eredivisie is the soccer league competition in which country?

  • Answer: Netherlands

Feet, Seat, Front, Back are the four main positions in which gymnastics related sport?

  • Answer: Trampolining

Famous boxer Manny Pacquiao comes from which country?

  • Answer: Philippines

A pommel horse features in which Olympic sport?

  • Answer: Gymnastics

A Marathon race is named after a place in which country?

  • Answer: Greece

Elite track and field athletics meetings are called which League?

  • Answer: Diamond

Andre Agassi is married to which other tennis star?

  • Answer: Steffi Graf

As of June 2013 which team does Mark Webber drive for?

  • Answer: Red Bull

Where was the first Formula One race held?

  • Answer: Silverstone

In which decade did Ferrari first enter a F1 race?

  • Answer: 40s

Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger is romantically linked to which Formula One star?

  • Answer: Lewis Hamilton

Who was Alain Prost driving for when he won the Formula One World Championship in 1989?

  • Answer: McLaren

Which David is best known as a Formula One driver?

  • Answer: David Coulthard

How many drivers can each Formula 1 team use in one season?

  • Answer: Four

Felipe Massa became a Ferrari driver in which of these years?

  • Answer: 2007

Complete the name of this famous Formula One Driver. 'Nelson ______'.

  • Answer: Piquet

Which nationality of the drivers has won the most Formula One races?

  • Answer: United Kingdom

Which Canadian won the 100m Olympic gold medal in 1996?

  • Answer: Donovan Bailey

Which Canadian won a 100m gold medal in 1988 but was subsequently disqualified?

  • Answer: Ben Johnson

Which Australian city hosted the 1956 Olympic games?

  • Answer: Melbourne

Which of these countries boycotted the Moscow 1980 Olympic games?

  • Answer: USA

What is snowboarding trick in which the front hand grabs the front part of the board known as?

  • Answer: Nosegrab

Wait up, the clock’s still on and the game is still going! Here are over 9,000 more sports-related trivia questions for you to challenge your team or posse with.

Religion Trivia

Religion Trivia

Over 84% of the world’s people today identify with some religious group. There are hundreds of religions and beliefs around the world. And some of the bigger religions, like Christianity and Islam, have billions of people in their sects. There’s also the massive knowledge base of stories, psalms, prophecies, and teachings that are the Bible and Quran.

So with all the religious traditions, deities, stories, and literature to cover, you’ll be sure to have a large bible-worth of trivia questions for an icebreaker game, trivia challenge, pub quiz, or team-building exercise. Here are some highly popular (and some not so well-known) religion trivia and facts that you can use for the next adult version of a quiz challenge.

What is the first prayer of the day called, which is mentioned in the Quran?

  • Answer: Fajr

What is the name of the popular Jewish newspaper in the UK?

  • Answer: The Jewish Chronicle

What is the literal meaning of the Quran in English?

  • Answer: The Recitation

Where do Jews go to pray?

  • Answer: Synagogue

What year was Mohammad Ali Jinnah elected President of the Muslim League?

  • Answer: 1916

What is the period called where Muslims must fast?

  • Answer: Ramadan

The Hindu Goddess Parvati is the wife of which deity?

  • Answer: Shiva

What is the language mostly associated with Judaism?

  • Answer: Hebrew

Who do Jews view as the father of the Jewish people?

  • Answer: Abraham

What is the name for a senior teacher of the Torah in Judaism?

  • Answer: Rabbi

What religion does British actor Lionel Blair follow?

  • Answer: Judaism

Where was Abraham born?

  • Answer: Ur

For the mind set on the flesh is death, but the mind set on the Spirit is life and _____

  • Answer: Peace

How many chapters are in the book of Psalms?

  • Answer: 150

In the Bible, which King of Israel had a best friend called Jonathan?

  • Answer: David

Who said, 'This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased'?

  • Answer: God

What avian helper was first sent by Noah to see if the waters had receded after the great flood?

  • Answer: Raven

Who led the Israelites out of Egypt across the Red Sea?

  • Answer: Moses

Which Bible figure is often used as an example of great patience?

  • Answer: Job

How many Horsemen of the Apocalypse feature in the Bible´s Book of Revelation:

  • Answer: 4

In the bible Jesus turned what to water?

  • Answer: Wine

Who named Eve?

  • Answer: Adam

According to the Bible, who was told by God to build an ark to escape the Great Flood?

  • Answer: Noah

In the Bible, how many people entered Noah's Ark?

  • Answer: Eight

Who committed the first murder in the Bible?

  • Answer: Cain

Who is the God incarnate of the Christians?

  • Answer: Jesus

What is the most important holiday In a Catholic's calendar?

  • Answer: Easter

What is the Sikh temple called?

  • Answer: Gurdwara

What is the name of the individual whom Sikhs follow?

  • Answer: Guru

What language is most commonly associated with Sikhs?

  • Answer: Punjabi

Who was the first Caliph in Islam?

  • Answer: Abu Bakr

Name a famous Jehovah's Witness?

  • Answer: Venus Williams

What is the name of the head-covering worn by women in Islam?

  • Answer: Hijab

Where is the highest concentration of Mormons?

  • Answer: United States

In what country is Jainism found?

  • Answer: India

What is the largest protestant church in the United Kingdom?

  • Answer: Church of England

In what year was Scientology founded?

  • Answer: 1954

What is a Menorah?

  • Answer: A candle holder

L. Ron Hubbard founded which religion?

  • Answer: Scientology

What is the main symbol associated with Christianity?

  • Answer: The cross

It is believed that the Quran is a revelation from who?

  • Answer: God

What is the sacred text of Mormons?

  • Answer: The Book of Mormon

Lutheranism focuses on the theology and teachings of whom?

  • Answer: Martin Luther

Who founded the Methodist church?

  • Answer: John Wesley

What movie is the religion Jediism based on?

  • Answer: Star Wars

What is the name given to someone who rejects all belief in the existence of deities?

  • Answer: Atheism

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Food and Drink Trivia

Food and Drink Trivia

If there’s one thing that brings us all together, it’s food. But if there’s one thing that should divide us (into trivia challenge factions) it’s a good food trivia challenge extravaganza. Test your colleagues’ knowledge of gastronomic experiences and cuisines from around the world. There’s undoubtedly a lot of ground to cover. So before we start getting hungry, here are some food and drink trivia questions to start off.

What's the national dish of Spain?

  • Answer: Paella

What is the legal age for buying alcohol and drinking in Australia and New Zealand?

  • Answer: 18

New Zealand lamb is usually eaten with which herb?

  • Answer: Mint

How many layers are in a dessert called a jelly slice?

  • Answer: 3

Golden Circle is a famous Australian producer of which type of drink?

  • Answer: Fruit Juice

Bread topped with cheese and which other food is often toasted for a snack treat?

  • Answer: Bacon

How are mussels usually cooked in New Zealand?

  • Answer: Steamed

What fruit is used to stuff the lamb in the dish of Colonial Goose?

  • Answer: Apricots

What flavor is the creamy middle layer of a Jelly Slice?

  • Answer: Lemon

What is the nane of the iconic salty, yeasty Australian spread?

  • Answer: Vegemite

Which meat is often matched with pea in a warming soup?

  • Answer: Ham

What unusual ingredient would you find on an Australian Burger?

  • Answer: Canned Beetroot

What is Vegemite made with?

  • Answer: Yeast

What fruit is an essential ingredient in the sweet Kiwi bread?

  • Answer: Kiwi Fruit

What does BYO stand for in a party invitation?

  • Answer: Bring Your Own

Until the 1960s in many parts of Australia, bars stopped serving at what time?

  • Answer: 6:00 PM

Airedale is a variety of which New Zealand food?

  • Answer: Cheese

Yellowfin is a type of which fish, popular in New Zealand?

  • Answer: Tuna

Pavlova was invented in which decade?

  • Answer: 1920s

What is a pikelet?

  • Answer: Small Pancake

Damper is an Australian type of which food?

  • Answer: Bread

The Jazz apple variety was developed in New Zealand in which decade?

  • Answer: 1980s

There are how many sheep for every person living in New Zealand?

  • Answer: 10

What is the peak month for the shellfish known as Morton Bay Bugs?

  • Answer: January

Anzac biscuits are associated with Anzac Day in which month of the year?

  • Answer: April

The famous Japanese Slipper cocktail was invented in Melbourne in which year?

  • Answer: 1984

What color is Karengo, a type of edible seaweed?

  • Answer: Red

Lilly Pilly berries are usually picked in which month?

  • Answer: January

A slice of which fruit is a common addition to an Australian burger?

  • Answer: Pineapple

A plant called Buchanania arborescens is also known as sparrow's what?

  • Answer: Mango

What is in the middle of a chocolate fish?

  • Answer: Marshmallow

The consumption of kangaroo meat was legalised in Australia in which year?

  • Answer: 1980

The French fries seasoning of chicken salt was developed in which decade?

  • Answer: 1970s

Goody Goody Gum Drops is a popular New Zealand flavour of which product?

  • Answer: Ice Cream

McDonald's added a Kiwi Burger to their menu in which decade?

  • Answer: 1990s

Kānga pirau is a Maori dish similar to what?

  • Answer: Porridge

The Byron Bay area is famous for producing which type of nut?

  • Answer: Macadamia

What type of tomatoes often accompany a Continental sandwich?

  • Answer: Sun-Dried

Huti Huti is a type of which vegetable?

  • Answer: Sweet Potato

Leaves of which native Australian berry are used to make tea?

  • Answer: Raspberry

In New Zealand, what is a tuatua?

  • Answer: Clam

Stokes Point Smoked Cheddar is a cheese produced near which Australian city?

  • Answer: Melbourne

What is the typical covering for a New Zealand lolly cake?

  • Answer: Coconut

What type of sauce would you find in a Tasmanian scallop pie?

  • Answer: Curry

CooranBong is an Australian brand of which alcoholic drink?

  • Answer: Vodka

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Science Trivia

Science Trivia

Yeah, science! The wonders of the things that work around us, nature’s many spectacles, human sciences, and so many other branches of study can keep you and the grown-ups busy for days if we really had our way.

So here are some science trivia questions and answers that you and your friends could answer together.

What percentage of the human body is water?

  • Answer: 60%

Which vegetable can be broad or butter amongst other varieties?

  • Answer: Bean

What month does the sheep shearing season begin?

  • Answer: June

Which animals do dairy farmers keep?

  • Answer: Cattle

Which of these farm animals' young is called a kid?

  • Answer: Goat

What is the world's most cultivated plant?

  • Answer: Wheat

Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize in Physics?

  • Answer: Marie Curie

How old is the solar system?

  • Answer: Approximately 4.571 billion years

What is grown in an orchard?

  • Answer: Fruit trees

What effect does adding 'lime' have on soil?

  • Answer: Neutralises acid

The failure of which crop caused Ireland's Great Famine in the 19th century?

  • Answer: Potato

If cattle have been 'polled', what has happened to them?

  • Answer: Horns removed

The ancient Mesopotamians linked their farming activities to the movements of which planet?

  • Answer: Venus

The Irish Famine was a result of the failure of which crop?

  • Answer: Potato

A 'Jake' is the term for what type of juvenile bird?

  • Answer: Turkey

Which male birds are distinguished by 'eyes' on their tail feathers?

  • Answer: Peacocks

What color is the fur of the orangutan?

  • Answer: Reddish brown

Which parts of an animal are most likely to fossilize?

  • Answer: Bones and shell

A dog can hear a sound about how many times farther away than a person?

  • Answer: 4

Most racing dogs are greyhounds, but what other breed of dog can also run in official races?

  • Answer: Afghan Hounds

Dolphins are part of which animal group?

  • Answer: Mammals

Bactrian and Dromedary are species of which large animal?

  • Answer: Camel

Which constellation has a Latin name meaning little bear?

  • Answer: Ursa Minor

Who was the first person to step foot on the moon?

  • Answer: Neil Armstrong

Planets shine because they reflect what?

  • Answer: Sunlight

Exploration Rovers investigated which planet between 2004 and 2018?

  • Answer: Mars

Who is the Hubble Space Telescope named after?

  • Answer: Edwin Hubble

The first person to walk on the moon was who?

  • Answer: Neil Armstrong

The chemical element uranium was named after which planet?

  • Answer: Uranus

What is the name of Earth's moon?

  • Answer: Luna

Which of these planets has the shortest year?

  • Answer: Mercury

Which planet has 9 continuous rings?

  • Answer: Saturn

The first manned space mission to land on the Moon was called what?

  • Answer: Apollo 11

Which constellation is named after the Latin word for 'crab'?

  • Answer: Cancer

The third planet from the Sun is which of these?

  • Answer: Earth

The bones in a human head are called what?

  • Answer: Skull

If an animal has a spine is which of these?

  • Answer: Vertebrate

What is the name for an animal who only eats plants?

  • Answer: Herbivore

When two objects are rubbed together and become charged, what moves between them?

  • Answer: Electrons

How is Sodium Hypochlorite more commonly known?

  • Answer: Bleach

Honeycomb is made by which creature?

  • Answer: Bees

Which gas makes up 0.03 per cent of the air we breathe?

  • Answer: Carbon dioxide

Which element has the atomic number 1?

  • Answer: Hydrogen

Copper and tin mix to create which alloy?

  • Answer: Bronze

The mineral containing both magnesium and calcium is?

  • Answer: Dolomite

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Final Words

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