(The questions are in the form of an online slideshow. Includes answers.)
In Dec 2018, we conducted a fifty question yearender quiz on the year 2018.
Here’s a sample of the questions:
According to the 2018 book "Fire and Fury", Donald Trump likes to eat fast food at McDonald's because (your choices):
He owns McDonald's shares
He is afraid of being poisoned
In France, which of these items must be compulsorily carried in a vehicle? As a result, many French agitations have now been using it as a high-profile object, giving its name to a series of 2018 protests. Your choices:
A Red Cross Flag
A Swiss Army Knife
A yellow, high-visibility vest
In 2018, actors Woody Harrelson and Tom Hollander, Ellis Reppen, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, sportsman Sergey Karjakin, designer Daniel Weil, and Lucy Hawking, daughter of physicist Stephen Hawking all were given a 'first mover' advantage. What did they all get to do?
Which word, which can precede words like the ones given below, was chosen by Oxford Dictionaries as its 'Word of the Year'?
“Chemical, Masculinity, Substance, Gas, Environment, Relationship, Culture, Waste”
Actress Tabu plays a femme fatale in the 2018 thriller 'Andhadhun'. Her character is named after a Bollywood actress because of that actress's work in an 80s blockbuster. Who is this person?
English football's governing Football Association suspended a referee in a Women's Super League match in Oct. That was partly because he forgot a coin for the pre-match toss, and because of what he did instead. What did the referee do instead of the toss?