50 Important General Knowledge Questions and Answers
Important General Knowledge Questions and Answers
50 Top Important General Knowledge Questions with Answers Part 1 (1-17)
1) Who was the author of the book Wuthering Heights?
Answer: Emily Bronte.
2) How did the Sumerians build their temples?
Answer: In the shape of tall towers.
3) How many people have walked on the moon?
4) Name a gymnosperm which yields a drug for treating asthma:
Answer: Ephedra (the drug is ephedrine).
5) The Separatists that landed at Plymouth Rock were primarily what religious affiliation?
6) What is the Sulfide ore of silver known as?
7) What British stage production did Monkee Davey Jones star in as a child?
8) What is the primary function of management?
9) What does a herpetologist study?
10) The same keys are used for encryption as well as decryption:
Answer: In symmetric encryption.
11) In which country is the great port of Antwerp?
12) Which is Very Low Frequencies (VLF) band?
Answer: 10-30 khz.
13) Solar relates to the Sun, sidereal relates to the stars and synodic relates to the moon.
14) Give an example of renewable resources:
15) Who commanded the French ships which arrived in Botany Bay on 28 January 1788?
Answer: Jean-Francois de la Perouse.
16) The Greek engineer Hero once showed his compatriots how to dig a tunnel under a mountain by starting at both ends at once. Which subject did he use to estimate the points where digging could be started simultaneously?
17) Who was the Goddess of Love and Beauty?
Most Important General Knowledge Questions Part 2 (18-34)
18) The wavelength of sound in air is 10cm. What is its frequency?
Answer: 3.3 kc/s.
19) What Italian word is used to refer to a half-story, usually between the ground and first floor?
20) Which are the four categories of traffic signs?
Answer: Warning signs, Regulatory signs, Directional informatory signs, other informatory signs.
21) What “E” is a men’s magazine famous for its “Dubious Achievement Awards”?
22) ‘Blossom by blossom the spring begins’ In which poem does this line occur?
Answer: Swinburne’s “when the hounds of spring”.
23) In 1957, an animal named Laika became the first living creature to orbit Earth; which kind of animal was she?
Answer: A dog.
24) Sun’s own sign:
25) Who discovered oxygen?
Answer: Joseph Priestly and Karl Wilhelm Scheele.
26) Is external combustion engine lighter or heavier in weight?
27) Atomic mass is expressed in atm. True or false?
28) Whose dying words were “Crito, we owe a cock to Asclepius; pay it and don’t forget.”?
29) Which nerve is located in the human jaw?
30) Who founded Motown Records?
Answer: Berry Gordy Jr.
31) Hummingbirds, native to the Americas, are the only birds capable of which maneuver?
Answer: Flying backward.
32) Which mountain in Thessaly did the ancient Greeks believe to be home of the gods?
33) What is the world’s tallest animal?
Answer: The male giraffe.
34) What was enforced by Parliament in 1379 and was the trigger that caused the ‘Peasant’s Revolt’ of UK?
Answer: Poll tax.
Important General Knowledge Online Quiz Questions and Answers Part 3 (35-50)
35) The satellite that orbits a planet is a:
36) Don River, a major river in Russia empties into which sea?
Answer: Sea of Azov.
37) Labeled arrows on diagrams should be:
38) Archaeology focuses on:
Answer: Pre-historic Societies.
39) In chemistry, room temperature is:
Answer: 25 degrees Celsius.
40) In which Asian Country the Zoroastrian religion was founded?
41) What weathering chemicals are made by decaying plants?
42) What is a bond?
Answer: Bond is a promise of the issuer to pay principal and interest at a specified time.
43) The rule to calculate Force is:
Answer: Mass X acceleration.
44) What was the name, which Henry Fox Talbot called his technique?
Answer: Calotype or talbotype.
45) What were first issued in 1950 and allowed people to ‘pay by plastic’?
Answer: Credit cards.
46) When did China join the United Nations?
47) What material forms the hard outermost layer of a human tooth?
48) French Renaissance furniture can be divided into two important styles. Which are they?
Answer: Francis 1 and Henry II.
49) Who was the first woman to be awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross medal?
Answer: Amelia Earhart.
50) The Andes Mountains are composed largely of which rocks?
Answer: Igneous rocks.