General Knowledge Quiz Questions(page#9)

 

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MCQs: General Knowledge from 161 to 180

161. The world’s first movie theater was——
(A) The Dolby Theatre
(B) Rodgers Theatre
(C) L’Ideal Cinema
(D) Berlin Wintergarten theatre

162. The history’s first short silent film was presented in the Berlin Wintergarten theatre in——
(A) 1890
(B) 1895
(C) 1900
(D) 1905

163. The oldest still-active cinema in the world is——
(A) The Dolby Theatre
(B) Rodgers Theatre
(C) L’Ideal Cinema
(D) Berlin Wintergarten theatre

164. The oldest still-active cinema, L’Ideal Cinema, is located in——-
(A) Aniche
(B) Paris
(C) Berlin
(D) London

165. Charlie Chaplin, one of the most important figures in the history of the film industry was a/an _______ actor.
(A) American
(B) English
(C) German
(D) Spanish
166. Anton Chekhov, a famous playwright and short story writer was also a/an——–
(A) engineer
(B) lawyer
(C) politician
(D) medical doctor

167. The Jazz Age in which jazz music and dance styles became popular started in——-
(A) 1900s
(B) 1910s
(C) 1920s
(D) 1930s

168. The Jazz Age is often referred to in conjunction with the——-
(A) Adult Twenties
(B) Roaring Twenties
(C) Sexy Twenties
(D) Modern Twenties

169. The sexual revolution also known as sexual liberation throughout the Western world was started in——-
(A) 1950s
(B) 1960s
(C) 1970s
(D) 1980s

170. The famous composer Ludwig van Beethoven was a/an ________ composer.
(A) American
(B) English
(C) German
(D) Russian
171. Which novel is sometimes called the world’s first novel or the world’s first modern novel?——-
(A) Don Quixote
(B) City of the Sun
(C) The Tale of Genji
(D) Utopia

172. Which novel is considered as the first European novel of the modern——–
(A) Don Quixote
(B) City of the Sun
(C) The Tale of Genji
(D) Utopia

173. The novel “Don Quixote” was a _______ novel.

(A) French
(B) German
(C) Spanish
(D) Russian

174. The book “Utopia” that describes a fictional island society was written by——-
(A) William Shakespeare
(B) Bernard Shaw
(C) Vladimir Nabokov
(D) Thomas More

175. The play “The Doctor’s Dilemma” was written by———
(A) William Shakespeare
(B) Bernard Shaw
(C) Vladimir Nabokov
(D) Thomas More
176. F. Scott Fitzgerald, was __________ novelist and short story writer.
(A) American
(B) English
(C) German
(D) Russian

177. Ernest Hemingway was a/an ________ novelist, short story writer, and journalist.
(A) American
(B) English
(C) German
(D) Russian

178. Leo Tolstoy was a/an ________ writer.
(A) American
(B) English
(C) German
(D) Russian

179. The novels “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” and “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” were written by——-
(A) F. Scott Fitzgerald
(B) Mark Twain
(C) Leo Tolstoy
(D) Ernest Hemingway

180. Mark Twain was the pen name of——–
(A) Charles Dickens
(B) Samuel Clemens
(C) Oscar Wilde
(D) Jack London

ANSWERS: MCQS: General Knowledge

161. (D)  Berlin Wintergarten theatre
162. (B)  1895
163. (C)  L’Ideal Cinema
164. (A)  Aniche
165. (B)  English
166. (D)  medical doctor
167. (C)  1920s
168. (B) Roaring Twenties
169. (B)  1960s
170. (C)  German
171. (C)  The Tale of Genji
172. (A)  Don Quixote
173. (C)  Spanish
174. (D)  Thomas More
175. (B)  Bernard Shaw
176. (A)  American
177. (A)  American
178. (D)  Russian
179. (B)  Mark Twain
180. (B)  Samuel Clemens