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Q 1. Let’s get started! Look at the CLUES on the cards and tell us what they are referring to here.

Choices:

Reptiles
Amphibians
Birds
Mammals

Right Answer:
Reptiles

Q Alt 1. Let’s get started! Look at the CLUES on the cards and tell us what animal belongs to the same class.

Choices:

Frog
Turtle
Salamander
Gecko

Right Answer:
Turtle

Q Alt 1-2. Let’s get started! Look at the CLUES on the cards and tell us what they are referring to here.

Choices:

Mammals
Birds
Reptiles
Amphibians

Right Answer:
Birds

Q Alt 1-3. Let’s get started! Look at the CLUES on the cards and tell us what they are referring to here.

Choices:

Mammals
Reptiles
Amphibians
Birds

Right Answer:
Amphibians

Q Alt 1-4. Let’s get started! Look at the CLUES on the cards and tell us what animal belongs to the same class.

Choices:

Frog
Turtle
Salamander
Gecko

Right Answer:
Gecko

Q 2. In which city would you find these two places? Type the answer below!

Right Answer:
New York City

Q Alt 2. In which city would you find these two places? Type the answer below!

Right Answer:
Paris

Q Alt 2-2. In which city would you find these two places? Type the answer below!

Right Answer:
Rome

Q 3. Look at these clues. Where in the world are these locations?

Choices:

England
Scotland
Ireland
United States

Right Answer:
England

Q Alt 3. Look at these clues. Where in the world are these locations?

Choices:

London
Cambridge
New York City
San Francisco

Right Answer:
New York City

Q Alt 3-2. Look at these clues and select another song written by the singer that sang these two songs!

Choices:

Tiny Dancer
Sign of the Times
Shape of You
Careless Whisper

Right Answer:
Tiny Dancer

Q Alt 3-3. Look at these clues and select the singer that sang these two songs!

Choices:

Harry Styles
Madonna
Elton John
Ed Sheeran

Right Answer:
Elton John

Q Alt 3-4. Where is endemic this beautiful bird?

Choices:

Galápagos Islands
Pink City Islands
Victoria Island
Hatia Islands

Right Answer:
Galápagos Islands

Q 4. Although he’s played a range of characters, this actor mostly performs in what type of genre?

Choices:

Horror
Dramatic
Comedic
Musical

Right Answer:
Comedic

Q Alt 4. The wheel is really spinning! Which children’s film was this actor not in?

Choices:

Dr. Dolittle
Shrek
Over the Hedge
The Haunted Mansion

Right Answer:
Over the Hedge

Q Alt 4-2. The wheel is really spinning! Both of these clues are related to what creature?

Choices:

Ghost
Frankenstein’s Monster
Goblin
Vampire

Right Answer:
Vampire

Q Alt 4-3. To which superfamily belongs this interesting creature?

Choices:

Hymenoptera
Squamata
Dyctioptera
Pompiloidea

Right Answer:
Pompiloidea

Q 5. Use the CLUES on the cards and tell us what kind of animals these are!

Choices:

Reptiles
Amphibians
Mammals
Fish

Right Answer:
Mammals

Q Alt 5. Use the CLUES on the cards and tell us who sang these tunes!

Choices:

Lana Del Rey
Madonna
Demi Lovato
Lady Gaga

Right Answer:
Madonna

Q Alt 5-2. Use the CLUES on the cards and tell us where you would you find these two things!

Choices:

Australia
England
Japan
United States

Right Answer:
Australia

Q Alt 5-3. Use the CLUES on the cards and tell us where you would you find these two things!

Choices:

England
United States
Germany
France

Right Answer:
England

Q Alt 5-4. Can you tell us where you would you find these two things!

Choices:

England
France
Germany
United States

Right Answer:
France

Q 6. Which of these two foods contains the highest amount of these two clues?

Choices:

Cauliflower
Apples
Milk
Turkey

Right Answer:
Milk

Q Alt 6. What are these two clues referring to?

Choices:

Types of hats
Types of pianos
Types pastries
Types of dogs

Right Answer:
Types of dogs

Q Alt 6-2. What exactly are these two clues referring to?

Choices:

Auto parts
Medical instruments
Superheroes
Constellations

Right Answer:
Medical instruments

Q Alt 6-3. From which Asian culture do these two items come from?

Choices:

Thai
Chinese
Vietnamese
Japanese

Right Answer:
Japanese

Q Alt 6-4. Solve the anagram and tell us the scientific name of this animal.

Choices:

BRYONYCHUR CHYSARCOUS
AFRALGA QUIETA
ACOSTA CROUPOUS RUBARTH
DALI PHOTO

Right Answer:
BRYONYCHUR CHYSARCOUS

Q 7. The wheel spins again! What event are these two clues referring to?

Choices:

Thanksgiving
Easter
Halloween
Christmas

Right Answer:
Thanksgiving

Q Alt 7. The wheel spins again! What are these two clues referring to?

Choices:

Insect varieties
Sewing terms
Roof types
Pliers

Right Answer:
Pliers

Q Alt 7-2. Tricky, tricky. The wheel is trying to spin you out. What are these clues referring to?

Choices:

Astronomy
Biology
Anatomy
Chemistry

Right Answer:
Anatomy

Q Alt 7-3. The wheel spins again! What kind of species of animal are these two clues?

Choices:

Giraffes
Whales
Fish
Monkeys

Right Answer:
Whales

Q Alt 7-4. The wheel spins again! What are these two clues referring to?

Choices:

Anatomy
Geography
Biology
Astronomy

Right Answer:
Astronomy

Q Alt 7-5. This bird was the best candidate for the transition between non-avian dinosaurs and birds.

Choices:

In Permian
Late Jurassic
Late Paleozoic
Ordovician

Right Answer:
Late Jurassic

Q 8. Which famous comedian is associated with these two programs? Type your answer below.

Right Answer:
Ricky Gervais

Q Alt 8. What famous series are these two clues referring to? Type your answer below.

Right Answer:
Harry Potter

Q 9. The wheel spins again! Look at the clue. What kind of style is this painting?

Choices:

Post-impressionism
Surrealism
Cubism
Abstract realism

Right Answer:
Post-impressionism

Q Alt 9. The wheel spins again! Look at the clues and tell us which band we are talking about.

Choices:

Black Eyed Peas
No Doubt
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Florence and the Machine

Right Answer:
No Doubt

Q Alt 9-2. The wheel spins again! Look at the clues to figure out which event we are referring to.

Choices:

Italian cheeses
Music terms
Spanish desserts
Flower breeds

Right Answer:
Music terms

Q Alt 9-3. The wheel spins again! Name the capital city of the home country of the artist who created this artworks.

Choices:

Paris
Rome
Prague
Amsterdam

Right Answer:
Amsterdam

Q Alt 9-4. The wheel spins again! Which artist are these two clues referring to?

Choices:

Paris
Rome
Prague
Amsterdam

Right Answer:
Vincent van Gogh

Q Alt 9-5. The wheel spins again! Look at the clues to figure out which event we are referring to. Can you tell us in which month is occurs?

Choices:

January
December
November
February

Right Answer:
December

Q Alt 9-6. Solve the anagram and tell us the scientific name of this plant.

Choices:

BOYLECHELOID
ACTSCOLOMOOCHES
ARIFEALTY
ADIMYERWKLY

Right Answer:
ACTSCOLOMOOCHES

Q 10. Which actor is synonymous with these two animated films?

Choices:

Steve Carell
Catherine O’Hara
Kristen Wiig
Jim Carrey

Right Answer:
Kristen Wiig

Q Alt 10. Which actor is synonymous with these two animated films?

Choices:

Frances McDormand
Kristen Wiig
Steve Carell
Jim Carrey

Right Answer:
Frances McDormand

Q Alt 10-2. Which actor is synonymous with these two animated films?

Choices:

Catherine O’Hara
Cameron Diaz
Kristen Wiig
Jim Carrey

Right Answer:
Cameron Diaz

Q Alt 10-3. Which actor is synonymous with these two animated films?

Choices:

Jim Carrey
Kristen Wiig
Catherine O’Hara
Steve Carell

Right Answer:
Steve Carell

Q Alt 10-4. Which actor is synonymous with these two animated films?

Choices:

Kristen Wiig
Catherine O’Hara
Jim Carrey
Cameron Diaz

Right Answer:
Catherine O’Hara

Q Alt 10-5. Which actor is synonymous with these two animated films?

Choices:

Jim Carrey
Catherine O’Hara
Kristen Wiig
Steve Carell

Right Answer:
Jim Carrey

Q Alt 10-6. What are these clues referring to?

Choices:

Ages in Earth’s history
Planets in the solar system
Classes of animals
Departments in a hospital

Right Answer:
Planets in the solar system

Q 11. What are these two clues?

Choices:

Legumes
Nuts
Berries

Stone fruits

Right Answer:
Legumes

Q Alt 11. What type of fruit are these?

Choices:

Berry
Melon
Citrus
Stone fruit

Right Answer:
Berry

Q 12. In which country will you find these two places? Type the answer below!

Right Answer:
Australia

Q Alt 12. In which country will you find these two places? Type the answer below!

Right Answer:
Austria

Q Alt 12-2. In which country will you find these two places? Type the answer below!

Right Answer:
South Africa

Q 13. Which fruit is the same type as these two clues?

Choices:

Raspberry
Banana
Grapefruit
Apple

Right Answer:
Grapefruit

Q Alt 13. What types of fruit are these?

Choices:

Squash
Berries
Citrus
Melon

Right Answer:
Citrus

Q Alt 13-2. Which country do these clues come from?

Choices:

Sweden
United States
India
Mexico

Right Answer:
Mexico

Q Alt 13-3. Where would you find these two cities?

Choices:

El Salvador
Spain
Brazil
Argentina

Right Answer:
Brazil

Q Alt 13-4. What do these two words usually relate to?

Choices:

Witches
Elves
Animals
Gnomes

Right Answer:
Witches

Q Alt 13-5. What are we referring to here?

Choices:

Types of clothing
Types of cats
Types of automobiles
Types of monkeys

Right Answer:
Types of cats

Q 14. Which country shares a border with these two clues?

Choices:

Mongolia
China
India
Russia

Right Answer:
India

Q Alt 14. Which country shares a border with these two clues?

Choices:

Netherlands
Austria
Italy
Belgium

Right Answer:
Belgium

Q Alt 14-2. Which country shares a border with these two clues?

Choices:

Mozambique
South Africa
Kenya
South Sudan

Right Answer:
South Africa

Q Alt 14-3. Which country shares a border with these two clues?

Choices:

Peru
Venezuela
Paraguay
Argentina

Right Answer:
Peru

Q Alt 14-4. Which country shares a border with these two clues?

Choices:

Morocco
Chad
Egypt
Tunisia

Right Answer:
Tunisia

Q Alt 14-5. What’s the capital of the country that shares a border with these two clues?

Choices:

Moscow
Hanoi
Yaoundé
Beijing

Right Answer:
Hanoi

Q 15. What was the profession of these TV characters?

Choices:

Private investigators
Restaurant owners
Corporate lawyers
Religious figures

Right Answer:
Private investigators

Q Alt 15. What industry where you find these positions?

Choices:

Medical
Hotel
Film
Food service

Right Answer:
Film

Q Alt 15-2. Look at the clues on the cards! Where will you find these items at?

Choices:

Auto mechanic
Hospital
School
Dentist

Right Answer:
Hospital

Q Alt 15-3. What are we talking about here?

Choices:

Cities in Tasmania
Korean cuisine
Types of martial arts
Star Trek characters

Right Answer:
Korean cuisine

Q Alt 15-4. What are these two clues referring to?

Choices:

Martial arts
Star Trek characters
Filipino cities
Indian dishes

Right Answer:
Indian dishes

Q Alt 15-5. What are these two clues referring to?

Choices:

Parts on a wagon
Types of guitars
Parts of a flower
Medical instruments

Right Answer:
Types of guitars

Q Alt 15-6. Which of these foods contains the most amount of these two clues?

Choices:

Rice
Oat
Carrots
Corn

Right Answer:
Carrots

Q 16. What topic are these two technical terms referring to?

Choices:

Electricity
Economy
Transportation
Law

Right Answer:
Law

Q Alt 16. Look at the clues on the cards to get your points! What do these clues refer to?

Choices:

Exotic delicacy
Classic board games
European holidays
Cartoon characters

Right Answer:
Cartoon characters

Q Alt 16-2. These cute monsters produce a litter of one to three offspring, which they raise for about two years.

Choices:

True, apart from that, they are solitary creatures.
False, after six months the youngsters are independent.
True, during the vulnerable stage, the male stays with the litter.
False, after three months they are abandoned by the mother.

Right Answer:
True, apart from that, they are solitary creatures.

Q 17. We’ve decided to give you another card. The Gold card. It could be a clue or a false clue. It’s up to you if you want to use it: Can you tell us what these clues are referring to?

Choices:

Opera singers
Varieties of pasta
Types of beans
European auto makers

Right Answer:
Types of beans

Q Alt 17. Spin-o-rama! Can you tell us what these two clues are referring to?

Choices:

 

Norwegian Black Metal bands
Maglev trains
TV stations
Particle accelerators

Right Answer:
Particle accelerators

Q Alt 17-2. Spin-o-rama! Can you tell us what these two clues are referring to?

Choices:

Superheros
TV shows
News outlets
Radio programs

Right Answer:
News outlets

Q 18. The wheel lights up again! Check your clues! What are these clues referring to?

Choices:

Novels
Adult cartoons
Cryptology
Food

Right Answer:
Food

Q Alt 18. The wheel lights up again! Check your clues! What are these clues referring to?

Choices:

Animated series
Novellas
Rap artists
Telescopes

Right Answer:
Telescopes

Q 19. Which country shares its border with these two clues?

Choices:

Eritrea
Botswana
Kenya
Zambia

Right Answer:
Zambia

Q Alt 19. Take the hints! What exactly are these two clues referring to?

Choices:

Computer parts
Mountains in Bhutan
Cartoon characters
Turkish sweets

Right Answer:
Cartoon characters

Q Alt 19-2. Who are these two clues referring to?

Choices:

Jackson Pollock
Frank Sinatra
Truman Capote
Andy Warhol

Right Answer:
Andy Warhol

Q 20. Look at the clues on the cards to get your points! What do these signs stand for on the periodic table?

Choices:

Metaloid
Non-metal
Gas
Metal

Right Answer:
Metal

Q Alt 20. What exactly are these two clues referring to?

Choices:

Types of whales
Types of snow leopards
A set of tools
Types of monkeys

Right Answer:
Types of monkeys

Q Alt 20-2. Which country shares borders with the two clues?

Choices:

Hungary
Belgium
Denmark
Switzerland

Right Answer:
Hungary

Q Alt 20-3. Both of these clues appeared as?

Choices:

Jokes
Poems
Comics
Hymns

Right Answer:
Poems

Q Alt 20-4. What exactly are these two clues?

Choices:

Parts of a flower
Medical instruments
Parts of a river dam
Types of guitars

Right Answer:
Parts of a flower

Q 21. In which country was the creator of this remarkable sculpture born? Type your answer below.

Right Answer:
France

Q Alt 21. Tricky, tricky. Which language are these two expressions from? Type your answer below!

Right Answer:
Latin

Q 22. The wheel is spinning faster now! Which field of interest was this person most known for?

Choices:

Music
Architecture
Theater
Science

Right Answer:
Architecture

Q Alt 22. The wheel is spinning faster now! Which field of interest was this person most known for?

Choices:

Science
Music
Theater
Architecture

Right Answer:
Music

Q Alt 22-2. The wheel is spinning faster now! Which field of interest was this person most known for?

Choices:

Science
Music
Theater
Architecture

Right Answer:
Science

Q Alt 22-3. The wheel is spinning faster now! Which field of interest was this person most known for?

Choices:

Biology
Music
Engineering
Theatre

Right Answer:
Biology

Q Alt 22-4. The wheel is spinning faster now! Which field of interest was this person most known for?

Choices:

Science
Music
Theater
Architecture

Right Answer:
Music

Q Alt 22-5. The wheel is spinning faster now! Which field of interest was this person most known for?

Choices:

Science
Music
Theater
Architecture

Right Answer:
Theater

Q Alt 22-6. The wheel is spinning faster now! Which field of interest was this person most known for?

Choices:

Science
Music
Theater
Architecture

Right Answer:
Science

Q 23. What is the minimum age requirement to become president of the country associated with this visual clue? Type your answer below.

Right Answer:
40

Q Alt 23. We’ve decided to give you another card. The Gold card. It could be a clue or a false clue. It’s up to you if you want to use it: What natural science are we talking about? Type your answer below.

Right Answer:
Astronomy

Q Alt 23-2. We’ve decided to give you another card. The Gold card. It could be a clue or a false clue. It’s up to you if you want to use it: What topic are we talking about? Type your answer below.

Right Answer:
Fragrances

Q 24. The wheel is trying to spin you out. What are these clues referring to?

Choices:

Anatomy
Culinary arts
Literature
Music

Right Answer:
Music

Q Alt 24. The wheel spins again! Look at the clues and tell us which band we are talking about.

Choices:

Geography
Anatomy
Music
History

Right Answer:
Anatomy

Q Alt 24-2. This creature feeds mainly on small vertebrates, but sometimes also may take plant material.

Choices:

False, they are exclusively herbivores.
False, in the wild, their most common prey items are from the infraorder Isoptera.
True, they are very good nocturnal hunters.
True, they most appreciate small birds.

Right Answer:
False, in the wild, their most common prey items are from the infraorder Isoptera.

Q 25. Look at the clue on the card. In which country where will you find this magnificent landscape?

Choices:

Mexico
Madagascar
Peru
USA

Right Answer:
Peru

Q Alt 25. Look at the clues on the cards to get the points on the wheel! What do these two clues refer to?

Choices:

Opera roles
Characters in a novel
Fairy tale characters
TV series roles

Right Answer:
Opera roles

Q Alt 25-2. This geometrical form can be distorted as a lower pyritohedral symmetry.

Choices:

False, this is the nonconvex form.
True, has 12 isosceles faces.
True, has 20 triangular faces, with 5 faces meeting around each vertex.
False, its vertex figure is a pentagram.

Right Answer:
True, has 20 triangular faces, with 5 faces meeting around each vertex.

Q 26. Take a look at the clue and tell us in which country this photo was taken.

Choices:

Japan
Sweden
USA
Canada

Right Answer:
USA

Q Alt 26. Tell us what the clues here are referring to!

Choices:

Compass directions
Chess moves
Historical periods
Types of computer data

Right Answer:
Chess moves

Q Alt 26-2. This street food is the unofficial national dish of an East African country. Can you tell us which one?

Choices:

Uganda
Kenya
Burundi
Tanzania

Right Answer:
Tanzania

Q 27. What is the name of this religious demi-god? Type your answer below!

Right Answer:
Shiva

Q Alt 27. In which country is this magnificent landmark found? Type your answer below!

Right Answer:
Germany

Q 28. What is the native language spoken where this regal estate is located? Type your answer below!

Right Answer:
German

Q Alt 28. What is the native language spoken where this regal estate is located? Type your answer below!

Right Answer:
English

Q Alt 28-2. What is the native language spoken where this regal estate is located? Type your answer below!

Right Answer:
German

Q Alt 28-3. What is the native language spoken where this regal estate is located? Type your answer below!

Right Answer:
Turkish

Q Alt 28-4. What is the native language spoken where this regal estate is located? Type your answer below!

Right Answer:
English

Q Alt 28-5. What is the native language spoken where this regal estate is located? Type your answer below!

Right Answer:
French

Q 29. Where it stops, nobody knows! Can you tell us in what year this famous outlaw died?

Choices:

1898
1881
1902
1859

Right Answer:
1881

Q Alt 29. Where it stops, nobody knows! Can you tell us under which age you must be in order to win this award?

Choices:

18
25
30
40

Right Answer:
40

Q Alt 29-2. The painter of this art piece was born in which month?

Choices:

May
July
April
June

Right Answer:
July

Q 30. Now look again at the clue on the card. What mathematical or geometric term is often associated with this vegetable? Type your answer below.

Right Answer:
Fractal

Q Alt 30. Now look again at the clues on the card. Which country links both words? Type your answer below.

Right Answer:
China

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