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Junior Kalakumbh Prelims Answers

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This is the quiz i conducted for 6th and 7th std students for a fest.

This is the quiz i conducted for 6th and 7th std students for a fest.


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  • 1. Kalakumbh Quiz Prelims
  • 2. Rules
    • 20 qs.
    • No negative marking
    • 6 “Star”- ed questions will be used to break ties.
    • This is a quiz and not a spelling test, so spellings don’t count as long as answers makes some sense to the QM.
    • All the best.
  • 3. Question 1
    • The name of which fictional villain when roughly translated, means ‘flight of death’ or ‘steel death’ in French and Catalan?
  • 4. Answer
    • Lord Voldemort
  • 5. Question 2
    • “ In the dark blue sky you keep,
    • And often through my curtains peep,
    • For you never shut your eye,
    • Till the sun is in the sky ________________________”
    • Fill in the blank, which is also the name of this extremely famous poem.
  • 6. Answer
    • Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
  • 7. Question 3
    • The natural satellites of the planet Uranus have all been named after what?
  • 8. Answer
    • Named after Shakespearean Characters
  • 9. Question 4
    • What word evolved from Greek for 'Instruction in the circle of arts and sciences'?
    • Most of you would have read this before coming to this quiz.
  • 10. Answer
    • Encyclopaedia
  • 11. Question 5
    • Nicolas Copernicus wrote, "In the midst of all dwells the ______. For who could set this luminary in another or better place in this most glorious temple, than whence he can at one and the same time brighten the whole".
    • Fill in the blank to identify what Copernicus is talking about?
  • 12. Answer
    • SUN / Helios
  • 13. Question 6
    • It was conceived and designed by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, had a framework designed by Alexandre Eiffel. It was delivered in 1884, eight years late for the purpose for which it had been intended. What is it?
  • 14. Answer
    • The Statue of Liberty
  • 15. Question 7
    • In 57 BC, Julius Caesar, on defeating the forces of Pontus, sent a curt dispatch to the Roman Senate describing his campaign there. What did it say?
  • 16. Answer
    • Vini,Vedi,Vici / “I came, I saw, I conquered”
  • 17. Question 8
    • Adult humans have twelve molars, in four groups of three at the back of the mouth.
    • What is the third (rearmost) molar in each group called?
  • 18. Answer
    • Wisdom Tooth
  • 19. Question 9
    • The lesser-known version is "DVORAK". What is the better known version?
    • Hint : Quite popular among the youth because of the advent of modern age mobile phones.
  • 20. Answer
    • QWERTY. These are the different types of Keypads
  • 21. Question 10
    • Which famous sporting arena was the site for the landing of the Martians on earth in HG Well’s “the war of the worlds”?
  • 22. Answer
    • Wimbledon
  • 23. Question 11
    • Logo of????
  • 24. Answer
    • Lufthansa Airlines
  • 25. Question 12
    • In Which “Country” is this located?
  • 26. Answer
    • Vatican. The building was St. Peter’s Basilica
  • 27. Question 13
    • Whose hat?
  • 28. Answer
    • Mario……………
  • 29. Question 14
    • Which sport is played on an oval-shaped,500 feet (150 m) long and 180 feet (55 m) wide pitch, with a small central circle approximately 10 feet (3.0 m) in diameter by three Chasers, two Beaters, one Keeper and one Seeker?
  • 30. Answer
    • Quidditch
  • 31. Question 15 Google doodle on whose birthday?
  • 32. Answer
    • Uncle Pai (Ananth Pai)
  • 33. Question 16
    • The national sport of Bangladesh derives its name from a Tamil word meaning “holding of hand”, which is a crucial aspect of play.
    • India has been unbeaten champion in all versions of the World Cup event of this sport.
    • Which sport is this?
  • 34. Answer
    • Kabaddi
  • 35. Question 17
    • Identify this logo associated with entertainment industry.
  • 36. Answer
    • Balaji Telefilms
  • 37. Question 18
    • In Mexico in March 2007, in an attempt to lower the number of weapons on the street, what did the government offer to anyone who turned in a weapon?
    • Hint: It’s the favourite pass time of most of the people here.
  • 38. Answer
    • X-Box 360
  • 39. Question 19
    • How do we better know the “Zero Engine Noise” version by Maruti Suzuki?
  • 40. Answer
    • Maruti Suzuki “ZEN”. ZEN stands for Zero Engine Noise.
  • 41. Question 20
    • ___ ___ _____ appears to have been a development of the earlier line 'So long, ____!', which had been used in 1929 Bosko cartoon.  It may also, have been influenced by a British cartoon from 1926 in the Jerry The Troublesome Tyke series. This ended with 'And ____ ___!'.  The phrase was first used at the end of a 1930 by a Warner Bros. special cartoon and was spoken by the character Bosko. Though it is mostly remembered with the association to a stutter and a certain nervous pig. 
    • Which phrase am I talking about?(Three word answer)
  • 42. Answer
    • “That’s All Folks”