1. How do you say ‘love’ in French?
  2. Did Hitler personally murder someone?
  3. What does the word ‘republic’ mean literally?
  4. In the army, what is the biggest unit, a division, a brigade or a regiment?
  5. Who is Warren Buffet?
  6. Can you get syphilis from kissing?
  7. What is schizophrenia?
  8. True or false: if a woman orgasms during sex she can get pregnant more easily.
  9. Where I can I find the Eustachian tube?
  10. In which organ is insuline produced?
  11. Name the only Slavic language without cases.
  12. What does the English expression ‘you are preaching to the choir’ mean?
  13. What does the English expression ‘to be sold down the river’ mean?
  14. BMI stands for body mass index. It’s calculated by dividing your weight by twice your length. What scores as a good BMI?
  15. Which famous actor appears in ads for nespresso?
  16. True or false: Obama dropped more bombs than Bush.
  17. In the year 452 Atilla the Hun invaded Italy. He had a mighty army and Rome was very vulnerable. He was about to attack Rome, but the Pope went to talk to him. Nobody knows what the Pope told him, but Atilla turned back. Is this true or false?
  18. Who painted the famous painting ‘The night watch’?
  19. In which famous videogame do building blocks keep falling down. You can only make them dissapear if you form a straight horizontal line with them.
  20. All roads lead to which city?
  21. What currency do they use in Poland?
  22. What does D.C. Stand for in the name of the city, Washington DC?
  23. Which organisation is also known as the Cosa nostra?
  24. From which state did Arnold Schwarzeneger become the governor?
  25. Can Arnold Schwarzenegger become the president of the USA?
  26. What is the national dance of Brazil?
  27. Where does Tequila come from?
  28. Name the breakout album of the band Nirvana.
  29. Dave Grohl, the drummer of Nirvana, went on to found a new band. Which?
  30. Nirvana originated in Seattle, the music from that area came to be known as….
  31. When Nirvana became popular a certain kind of shirts also became popular. What fabric are these shirts made of?
  32. What can beat a rock in the game hand, paper, scissors?
  33. Facebook used to be called slightly differently, how?
  34. Who was in charge of the nazi occupation of what is now the Czech republic. He was assassinated.
  35. Which religious war started in 1618 and ended in 1648 with the treaty of Munster?
  36. What is the highest number used in a Sudoku puzzle?
  37. Which swimming stroke is named after an insect?
  38. How many dots are used in each letter in the Braille system?
  39. How many tenpin bowling skittles need knocking down for a strike?
  40. What is the only bird that can hover in the air and also fly backwards?
  41. Which female-named hurricane devastated New Orleans in September 2005?
  42. What do the numbers add up to on the opposite sides of a dice?
  43. What was the final battle that Napoleon fought in?
  44. In Spain what is the word for an afternoon nap?
  45. What is the plural of the word sheep?
  46. Whose ship was the first to sail around the world?
  47. Fe is the symbol of which chemical element?
  48. Which army commander was known as “The Desert Fox”?
  49. Who had a horse called Bucephalus?
  50. What name is given to the Japanese skill of growing miniature trees?