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General Knowledge Questions with Answers

Q - Which was the first country to introduce paper currency?

Answer: China


Q - Which is the largest freshwater lake in the world?

Answer: Superior Lake


Q - Which is the longest mountain range in the world?

Answer: Andes


Q - How many spinal cord injuries?

Answer: 33


Q - Which planet is closest to Earth?

Answer: Venus


Q - Which is the largest desert in Asia?

Answer: Kobe Desert


Q - Which is the largest continent in terms of population?

Answer: Asia


Q - How many bones are there in a child's body?

Answer: 300


Q - Who was the first President of the United States of America?

Answer: George Washington


Q - What is a baby goat called?

Answer: Son


Q - Which was the first country to give women the right to vote?

Answer: New Zealand


Q - Which planet is also known as Earth's twin?

Answer: Venus

Q - Which sea separates Europe and Africa?

Answer: Mediterranean


Q - What is the name of the largest ocean on earth?

Answer: Pacific Ocean


Q - Which is the slowest animal on earth?

Answer: Three-legged sloth


Q - What is a female goose?

Answer: pen


Q - Which is the world's largest continent?

Answer: Asia


Q - Who invented electricity?

Answer: Benjamin Franklin


Q - What is also known as 'King of Spices'?

Answer: Black pepper


Q - In which country are the ancient pyramids located?

Answer: Egypt


Q - Where is New Zealand on the Continent?

Answer: Australia


Q - How many rings are on the Olympic emblem?

Answer: Five


Q - Which planet is also known as blue planet?

Answer: Earth


Q - Which is the smallest country in the world?

Answer: Vatican City


Q - Which was the first country to print a book?

Answer: China


Q - Which country is also known as Holland?

Answer: Netherlands


Q - Calvin Action Unit

Answer: Temperature


Q - Which is the largest desert in the world?

Answer: Sahara desert


Q - Which is the world's largest island?

Answer: Greenland


Q - Which is the largest salt water lake in the world?

Answer: Caspian Sea


Q - Which star is closest to the world?

Answer: Proxima Centauri


Q - Which was the first country to host the modern Olympics?

Answer: Greece

Q - Which is the smallest desert in the world?

Answer: Corcross Desert


Q - Which is the highest mountain in the world?

Answer: Mount Everest


Q - Which is the hottest continent on Earth?

Answer: Africa


Q - Which is the largest country in the world?

Answer: Russia


Q - Which is the smallest continent?

Answer: Australia


Q - Where is the smallest bone in our body?

Answer: Ear


Q - Which is the world's largest waterfall?

Answer: Victoria Falls


Q - Which is the largest plateau in the world?

Answer: Tibet Plateau


Q - Which is the largest flower in the world?

Answer: Rafflesia


Q - Which is the highest waterfall in the world?

Answer: Angel Falls


Q - Which ocean covers most of the year?

Answer: Arctic


Q - What is a group of lions called?

Answer: Ego


Q - How many legs does a spider have?

Answer: Eight


Q - Which is the house of Kangaroo?

Answer: Australia


Q - Which is the fastest bird?

Answer: Peregrine Falcon


Q - Which is the smallest bird?

Answer: Hummingbird


Q - Who invented the first computer?

Answer: Charles Babbage


Q - Who invented the phone?

Answer: Alexander Graham Bell


Q - Who was the first person to travel the world?

Answer: Ferdinand Magellan

Q - Who was the first person to win the Nobel Prize twice?

Answer: Marie Curie


Q - Which was the first country to issue tickets?

Answer: Great Britain


Q - Which was the first country to introduce plastic currency?

Answer: Australia


Q - Which was the first country to draft the constitution?

Answer: USA


Q - Who invented television?

Answer: John Loki Bird


Q - Who is the world's first female prime minister?

Answer: Sirimavo Bandaranaike (Sri Lanka)


Q - Who was the first woman to climb Mount Everest?

Answer: Janko Tabe


Q - How many times is the Olympics held?

Answer: 4 years


Q - How many pages does the Pentagon have?

Answer: Five


Q - Which animal has two humps on its back?

Answer: Bacterial camel


Q - What is the scientific study of birds called?

Answer: Ornithology


Q - Normal boiling point of water?

Answer: 100 °C


Q - Which country has the maple leaves in your national flag?

Answer: Canada


Q - In which country was Nelson Mandela born?

Answer: South Africa

Q - How long does it take for the sun to reach the globe?

Answer: About 8.3 minutes


Q - How many hearts does an octopus have?

Answer: 3


Q - Which is the only snake that builds a nest for eggs?

Answer: King Cobra


Q - Which is the primary gland in the body?

Answer: Pituitary gland


Q - Who was the first Asian to win the Nobel Prize?

Answer: Ravindranath Tagore


Q - Which was the first city in Asia to host the Olympics?

Answer: Tokyo


Q - Which was the first country to win the World Cup?

Answer: Uruguay


Q - What is the full form of PIN?

Answer: Personal Identification Number


Q - Which gas is used to extinguish fire?

Answer: Carbon dioxide


Q - How many ribs are there in the human body?

Answer: 24


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