1. In which year did New Zealand’s population reach four million: 1995, 2003 or 2012?
  2. What country has a state broadcasting organisation with the initials RTE?
  3. What stone fruit, a common ingredient in chutney, is the national fruit of India?
  4. What was the occupation of the characters Edna Krabappel in The Simpsons, Gabe Kotter in Welcome Back, Kotter and Walter White in Breaking Bad?
  5. Would you wear, recite or sit in an inglenook?
  6. What word starting with “f” is the name of a type of musical composition associated with the classical composer Johann Sebastian Bach?
  7. In what classic dystopian novel was the main character tortured with rats?
  8. What word can follow crack, long or big?
  9. What first name is shared by American actresses with the surnames Duvall, Long and Fabares?
  10. What New Zealand provincial city has streets named after Scottish rivers?


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ANSWERS: 1. 2003; 2. Ireland; 3. Mango; 4. Teacher; 5. Sit in it; 6. Fugue; 7. Nineteen Eighty-Four; 8. Shot; 9. Shelley; 10. Invercargill.