Here are some interesting
questions on sports - answer them or ask them - you will enjoy them.
How do you measure
Which country used
the first adhesive postage stamp?
(b) United States
(d) United Kingdom
option is (d): United Kingdom.
The first adhesive postage stamp, commonly referred to as the Penny Black,
was issued in the United Kingdom in 1840.
Which of the
following was invented in 1837?
(e) Postage Stamp
option is (e): Postage Stamp
The postage stamp was invented in England in 1837 by a schoolmaster named
Rowland Hill. Because of his efforts, for which he was knighted, the first
postage stamp was issued on May 6, 1840. The British Penny Black stamp was
engraved with the profile of Queen Victoria.
Which bird can fly
(a) Blue Jay
(b) American Robin
(c) Northern Mocking Bird
(d) Red-tailed Hawk
option is (e): Hummingbird
Hummingbirds can hover in mid-air by rapidly flapping their wings 12–90
times per second (depending on the species). They can also fly backwards,
and are the only group of birds able to do so.
From which country
originated the Halloween?
(a) United States
option is (c): Ireland
Halloween began in Ireland as the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. Celts
believed that on the night before the new year, the boundary between the
worlds of the living and the dead became blurred. On the night of October
31st, they celebrated Samhain, when it was believed that the ghosts of the
dead returned to earth.
Halloween is the
festival of Pumpkins. Which state in the US grows most pumpkins?
(d) North Carolina
option is (c): Illinois
Illinois produces 95% of all the pumpkins, and 80% of all the pumpkins grown
in the US are grown in the 90 miles radios of Peoria, Illinois. Most
pumpkins are grown for canning.
Which weather rating
scale measures the intensity of a tornado based upon the damage that it
(a) Fujita Scale
(b) Richter Scale
(c) Saffir-Simpson Scale
(d) NESIS Scale
(e) Scoville Scale
The correct option is
(a): Fujita Scale
Richter Scale is for
On which day Abraham
Lincoln was assassinated?
(a) Labor Day
(b) Christmas Eve,
(c) New Year's Day,
(d) Good Friday,
(d) Election Day
The correct option is
(d): Good Friday.