Quiz: a week in 12 questions + Caption Competition

  1. When were all-inclusive “package holidays” invented?
    1. around 1980
    2. around 1580
    3. around 1850
  2. Why are the Stonewall riots famous?
    1. For ending apartheid in South Africa
    2. For launching the LGBTQ+ movement
    3. For establishing the right to silence
  3. What does FDR most commonly refer to?
    1. Franklyn D Roosevelt, US president
    2. Full Dress Rehearsal
    3. Formal Dining Room
  4. How many people in the world have died of Covid-19?
    1. 5,000
    2. 500,000
    3. 50,000
  5. Which pests were we warned about this week?
    1. Cannibal rats
    2. Killer cows
    3. Bird-sized wasps
  6. Which company lost $45billion in value last week?
    1. Nandos
    2. Facebook
    3. Starbucks
  7. How many trees are there in the world?
    1. 300 billion
    2. Three trillion
    3. 30 trillion
  8. Who is the worst president in history according to Donald Trump?
    1. George Bush
    2. Donald Trump
    3. Barack Obama
  9. How many billionaires own the same amount as the poorest half of the world’s population?
    1. 26 million
    2. 2,600
    3. 26
  10. What did the ancient Greeks call dinosaurs?
    1. Terrible lizards
    2. Savage giants
    3. Land whales
  11. In which country was paper invented?
    1. Egypt
    2. China
    3. Finland
  12. In which country were hundreds of elephants found dead last week?
    1. Nigeria
    2. Botswana
    3. Zimbabwe

Caption competition

Last week’s winner

“When you run out of web-shooter…” Hampton College

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

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