***  Like us on FACEBOOK  ***
Buy Quiz Books Here

My Favourite FREE Quiz Sites:

Bill Turnbull Quiz Site | Bob's (Mobocurt) Quiz Site
Lots more FREE Quizzes here.
 Visit the sites for their latest quizzes.

UK Pub Quiz

Home | About Us | Older News | Latest Quizzes | Questions Series 1 | Questions Series 2 | Letter Quizzes | Guest Quizzes | Tie Breakers | Picture Quizzes
Pub Quizzes | FREE Gifts for YOU | Capital Cities (World) | State Capitals List | Quiz Articles | Offers/Bargains | Contact us | Links

More Information


Quiz4FREE: Doing our bit to save the British Pub! Support our cause, go along to your local Pub Quiz.

Remember to check the answers with another source! When compiling large numbers of questions, mistakes can and sometimes do happen. Tip: A quick way to check the questions and/or answers is to use Google.

Find us on FaceBook

Quiz 113b  by John Clark


Which vegetable would you be eating if you ordered 'aloo' in an Indian restaurant?



How many sides does a rhombus have?



Chinstraps and Gentoos are both types of what?



In what country is Nokia based?



What deadly sin is also a type of animal?



What is the name of the character played by Angela Lansbury in 'Murder, She Wrote' ? 

Jessica Fletcher


Introduced in New York in 1950 what was the first credit card?

'Diners Club'


What UK government-funded company traditionally employing disabled people in manufacturing was founded in 1945 to provide work for injured soldiers?



Mallard is the official world speed record holder of what?

Steam locomotive (126mph, 203 km/h, 3 July 1938


What traditionally mysterious, increasingly transparent organization is referred to as 'The Craft'?



What famous detective/crime writer was the first goalkeeper and a founder of Portsmouth United Football Club?

Arthur Conan Doyle (creator of Sherlock Holmes)


Who was the last head of state of the Soviet Union?

Mikhail Gorbachev (1988-91, by which time the Soviet Union had fragmented into different nation states, including Russia, led by Boris Yeltsin)


An anagram of a famous sports person: 'WIRELESS ANIMAL'?  (6, 8)

Serena Williams


How many cross-stars feature in the Subaru automotive badge logo?



What is the art of Japanese flower arranging called?



In electronics what does LED stand for?

Light Emitting Diode


Which musician received the first gold disc, in 1941?

'Glen Miller' ('Chattanooga Choo-choo')


In which sport would a niblick be used?

Golf (It is an old name for a 9 iron but can still be heard and used on a golf course today)


What planet is nearest to the Sun?



What is a tree or shrub called that sheds its leaves annually?



View our You Tube intro here: Quiz4FREEintro  And PLEASE share it with your contacts. Thanks. Jim

Add a Connections Round to your quiz

If you like my quizzes please tell your friends. If not please tell me

Back to Free questions series 2


If you require Quiz Books: Then please use this safe link to: Quiz Books From Amazon and this safe link for: More Quiz Books and Games

(It costs nothing to look and if you purchase any item from Amazon UK using these links, I will receive a small commission to help with the running costs of this site. Thank you. Jim)

Home | About Us | Older News | Questions Series 1 | Questions series 2 | Letter Quizzes | Guest Quizzes | Tie Breakers | Picture Quizzes
Pub Quiz | FREE Gifts for YOU | Capital Cities (World) | State Capitals List | Quiz Articles | Offers/Bargains

This site is provided for your enjoyment, I would be grateful if you can let me know of any mistakes or problems with this site. Thank you.

Blog | Legal page |  Contact Us  |  Links | Sitemap | Halloween Questions | Christmas Questions | All The Christmas No. 1s | St. Valentine's Day | Hosting
This site and it's contents are copyright (C) www.Quiz4free.com   2007/17. All rights reserved