Quick Quiz #5

Hello again and welcome to our fifth Quick Quiz to test your little grey cells, as Poirot might say.

It’s just for fun. There’s no prize. It might just pass a few minutes while you’re having a break.

The results will appear on the Chase website at 10am on February 8, 2021.

Get thinking!

  1. In cricket, what does MCC stand for?
    A) Middlesex Cricket Club
    B) Merseyside Cricket Club
    C) Marylebone Cricket Club
  2. Peter Wyngarde played the foppish author Jason King in which ‘60s TV adventure series?
    A) The Champions
    B) Department S
    C) The Man from UNCLE
  3. Which US president served for the shortest period?
    A) Zachary Taylor
    B) James Abram Garfield
    C) William Henry Harrison
  4. What does the S stand for in T S Eliot’s name?
    A) Stearns
    B) Sebastian
    C) Sisyphus
  5. What is the scientific name for the swift?
    A) Delichon urbicum
    B) Apus apus
    C) Hirundo rustica
  6. What is Clyde Tombaugh famous for discovering?
    A) The melting point of lead
    B) A new species of spider
    C) The planet Pluto
  7. What is the nickname of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club?
    A) The Lilywhites
    B) The Valiants
    C) The Iron
  8. Who is the only British Prime Minister to have been assassinated?
    A) William Cavendish-Bentinck
    B) William Lamb
    C) Spencer Perceval
  9. Which British city appeared in the name of a 1970 live album by The Who?
    A) Leeds
    B) Birmingham
    C) Manchester
  10. In the TV series Killing Eve, what is the name of the female assassin?
    A) Eve Polastri
    B) Carolyn Martens
    C) Villanelle

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