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Q1 What is the UK’s largest lake? (by measurement) Q2 What actor, destined for stardom, played the corpse in the 1983 film The Big Chill? Q3 What Shakespeare play was the inspiration for the film ‘Ten Things I Hate About You’? Q4 Where did Roger Bannister run the first sub-four-minute mile in 1954? Q5 Who, in 1991, became the first driver to win the first four races of a Formula One season? Q6 In which year was the Great Plague? Q7 The Tolpuddle Martyrs were transported to which country in 1834? Q8 King Zog was the ruler of which country between 1928 and 1939? Q9 Who wrote ‘Catch 22’? Q10 What does the chemical symbol ‘K’ stand for ? V

Verona wrote:

Q1 What is the UK’s largest lake? (by measurement) Q2 What actor, destined for stardom, played the corpse in the 1983 film The Big Chill? Q3 What Shakespeare play was the inspiration for the film ‘Ten Things I Hate About You’? Q4 Where did Roger Bannister run the first sub-four-minute mile in 1954? Q5 Who, in 1991, became the first driver to win the first four races of a Formula One season? Q6 In which year was the Great Plague? Q7 The Tolpuddle Martyrs were transported to which country in 1834? Q8 King Zog was the ruler of which country between 1928 and 1939? Q9 Who wrote ‘Catch 22’? Q10 What does the chemical symbol ‘K’ stand for ? V A1 - Lough Neagh - not so many eels in it any more but still the largest freshwater lake at almost 400 sq km A2 - Sean Connery A3- taming of the Shrew A4 - :?: A5 - :?: A6 - 1665 A7 :?: A8 :?: A9 Joseph keller A10 Potassium R xo [/a]

Q2 What actor, destined for stardom, played the corpse in the 1983 film The Big Chill? Kevin Costner Q4 Where did Roger Bannister run the first sub-four-minute mile in 1954? Oxford Q5 Who, in 1991, became the first driver to win the first four races of a Formula One season? Ayrton Senna Q7 The Tolpuddle Martyrs were transported to which country in 1834? Australia Q8 King Zog was the ruler of which country between 1928 and 1939? Albania

tyronerose wrote:

Q2 What actor, destined for stardom, played the corpse in the 1983 film The Big Chill? A1 - Lough Neagh - not so many eels in it any more but still the largest freshwater lake at almost 400 sq km A2 - Sean Connery No… sorry A3- taming of the Shrew A4 - :?: A5 - :?: A6 - 1665 A7 :?: A8 :?: A9 Joseph keller A10 Potassium R xo [/a][/b]

No. 2 not Sean Connery

durhamviper wrote:

Q2 What actor, destined for stardom, played the corpse in the 1983 film The Big Chill? Kevin Costner Q4 Where did Roger Bannister run the first sub-four-minute mile in 1954? Oxford Q5 Who, in 1991, became the first driver to win the first four races of a Formula One season? Ayrton Senna Q7 The Tolpuddle Martyrs were transported to which country in 1834? Australia Q8 King Zog was the ruler of which country between 1928 and 1939? Albania

Correct, you get the teasmaid :lol: :lol: :lol:

Verona wrote:

Q1 What is the UK’s largest lake? (by measurement) Q2 What actor, destined for stardom, played the corpse in the 1983 film The Big Chill? Q3 What Shakespeare play was the inspiration for the film ‘Ten Things I Hate About You’? Q4 Where did Roger Bannister run the first sub-four-minute mile in 1954? Q5 Who, in 1991, became the first driver to win the first four races of a Formula One season? Q6 In which year was the Great Plague? Q7 The Tolpuddle Martyrs were transported to which country in 1834? Q8 King Zog was the ruler of which country between 1928 and 1939? Q9 Who wrote ‘Catch 22’? Q10 What does the chemical symbol ‘K’ stand for ? V

  1. Conniston 2.dunno 3.The taming of the shrew 4.dunno 5.Senna 6.1350 7.Australia 8.Abyssinia 9 Joe Heller 10. potassium

crumbs wrote:

  1. Conniston X Lough Neagh 2.dunno Kenin Costner 3.The taming of the shrew 4.dunno Oxford 5.Senna 6.1350 X 1665 7.Australia 8.Abyssinia X Albania 9 Joe Heller 10. potassium