Quiz: a week in 12 questions + Caption Competition

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  1. How many times did Arsène Wenger win the FA Cup with Arsenal?
    1. 7
    2. 5
    3. 10
  2. What is the name of the president of South Korea?
    1. Shinzo Abe
    2. Kim Jong-un
    3. Moon Jae-in
  3. This week James Shaw Jr potentially saved several lives after he tackled a gunman during a mass shooting. But what word did he use to describe his actions?
    1. Stupid
    2. Heroic
    3. Selfish
  4. The Duchess of Cambridge recently gave birth to a baby boy. His birth coincided with which Saint’s day?
    1. St Andrew’s Day
    2. St George’s Day
    3. St Patrick’s Day
  5. A 2013 poll found that over half of Americans believe that humans can, what?
    1. Breathe in space
    2. Develop mind-reading powers
    3. Be possessed by the devil
  6. Ten people were killed and over a dozen injured in a van attack this week. Where did it happen?
    1. Wellington
    2. Toronto
    3. Barcelona
  7. The fate of a terminally ill child called Alfie Evans gripped the nation this week. Who did his parents go to for help?
    1. The Pope
    2. The Queen
    3. The Dalai Lama
  8. Which political leader is known as the “Trump whisperer”?
    1. Emmanuel Macron
    2. Xi Jinping
    3. Theresa May
  9. Which country did the HMT Empire Windrush set sail from in 1948?
    1. Barbados
    2. Jamaica
    3. Trinidad
  10. How many Marvel superhero movies have been released since 2008?
    1. 9
    2. 19
    3. 29
  11. What word completes this Kanye West quote: “Truth is my goal, […] is my gym”?
    1. Controversy
    2. Democracy
    3. Trump
  12. Which artist caused controversy this week by saying that all his ideas were “stolen” from other artists?
    1. Banksy
    2. Damien Hurst
    3. Ai Weiwei

Caption competition

Last week’s winner

“Chick me out” Watford Grammar School for Boys

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1a, 2c, 3c, 4b, 5c, 6b, 7a, 8a, 9b, 10b, 11a, 12b

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