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Who wants to be a powerpoint aire

This Quiz has questions rated adult difficulty.

Who wants to be a Powerpoint-aire?

By Dayle Wheeler


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The Game and Rules

(Get a pencil, a notepad and a calculator.)

For each question you get a certain amount of points, add these up. You can get point deductions though by doing the following:

Every time you use phone a friend, 50/50 or ask the audience you must subtract a quarter of what points you earn for that question. (E.g. If you earn 500 points, you must subtract 125 points each time you use a lifeline for that question.)

You can only use the same lifeline once on each question (You can’t phone a friend four times for the same answer!)

If you use the internet or a book of any kind you will fail the quiz.

You should; enjoy yourself. Be honest and DON’T cheat!

Enter and become, a Powerpoint-aire!


This is the 100 point question

Give up!

This is the 100 point question!

What is the currency in China?

A: Dollar

B: Pesos

C: Yuan

D: Euro

Ask the audience

50/50

Phone a friend


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B: Pesos

C: Yuan

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Phone a friend


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Phone a friend!

Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Phone a friend

Phone a friend!

Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Ask the audience

Answer Question

Ask the Audience


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Answer 50/50


Scientist

Answer Question

Scientist

Its obviously Yuan's. I visited China last month to meet a colleague.

I’m 100% positive, I know this as well as I know my Physics.


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Scientist

Answer 50/50

Its obviously Yuan's. I visited China last month to meet a colleague.

I’m 100% positive, I know this as well as I know my Physics.


Historian

Answer Question

Historian

Let me think. Its on the edge of my tongue. What is it?

I visited China on my honeymoon. But I just can’t remember. The time is running out I can’t answer it. Sorry.


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Historian

Answer 50/50

Let me think. Its on the edge of my tongue. What is it?

I visited China on my honeymoon. But I just can’t remember. The time is running out I can’t answer it. Sorry.


Refuse collector

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Refuse Collector

I can’t afford to go on holiday, so I haven’t been to China. I presume the money is Pesos’ as it ain’t Dollars or Euros!


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Refuse Collector

Answer 50/50

I can’t afford to go on holiday, so I haven’t been to China. I presume the money is Pesos’ as it ain’t Dollars or Euros!


School teacher

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School Teacher

I don’t teach Chinese but I know this. It’s not Dollars or Euros; (Definitely not.) And I’m sure it isn’t Pesos’ so it is Yuan's. Its quite simple really.


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School Teacher

Answer 50/50

I don’t teach Chinese but I know this. It’s not Dollars or Euros; (Definitely not.) And I’m sure it isn’t Pesos’ so it is Yuan's. Its quite simple really.


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Give up!

Second Question; a little harder but worth 200 points!

When was Geoffrey Chaucer born?

A: 1969

B: 1347

C: 1343

D: 1679

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B: 1347

C: 1343

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Phone a friend1

Phone a friend!

Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


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Phone a friend!

Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Ask the audience1

Answer Question

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Scientist1

Answer Question

Scientist

Geoffrey Chaucer? My I don’t know. If he was a scientist I would but he isn’t so, well, what can I say? I don’t know! Well I’m sorry for wasting your time.


Scientist2

Answer 50/50

Scientist

Geoffrey Chaucer? My I don’t know. If he was a scientist I would but he isn’t so, well, what can I say? I don’t know! Well I’m sorry for wasting your time.


Historian1

Answer Question

Historian

My knowledge is of battles and famous wars. But I think that Geoffrey Chaucer was born in 1343. No, actually let me think. That’s wrong, he was born in 1347.


Historian2

Answer 50/50

Historian

My knowledge is of battles and famous wars. But I think that Geoffrey Chaucer was born in 1343. No, actually let me think. That’s wrong, he was born in 1347.


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Refuse Collector

Wasn’t he that famous pirate or something? You know the guy who Nelson beat! Yeah that would have been the 1600’s wouldn’t it! So I think… 1679. That’s the answer, I’m sure of it.


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Refuse Collector

Wasn’t he that famous pirate or something? You know the guy who Nelson beat! Yeah that would have been the 1600’s wouldn’t it! So I think… 1679. That’s the answer, I’m sure of it.


School teacher1

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School Teacher

Geoffrey Chaucer,

I’m not sure. I know it’s in the 1300’s but that’s about it. Sorry I can’t help much.


School teacher2

Answer 50/50

School Teacher

Geoffrey Chaucer,

I’m not sure. I know it’s in the 1300’s but that’s about it. Sorry I can’t help much.


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Will I be keeping these 300 points?

What is the capital of Monaco?

A: Europe

B: Bridgetown

C: Honolulu

D: Ville

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50/50

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50/50

Give up!

What is the capital of Monaco?

B: Bridgetown

D: Ville

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Phone a friend


Phone a friend2

Phone a friend!

Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Phone a friend3

Phone a friend!

Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Scientist3

Scientist

Answer Question

Honolulu is Hawaiian, so its not that and it’s not Europe. Bridgetown sounds like a small town so that could be the capital city. But I’m not entirely sure.


Scientist4

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Scientist

Honolulu is Hawaiian, so its not that and it’s not Europe. Bridgetown sounds like a small town so that could be the capital city. But I’m not entirely sure.


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Historian

Answer Question

Monaco is the smallest country in the world. I don’t know if that helps at all. But I do know that it is probably Ville or Bridgetown.


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Historian

Monaco is the smallest country in the world. I don’t know if that helps at all. But I do know that it is probably Ville or Bridgetown.


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Refuse Collector

I know that! It’s Ville. My son went there with his university. My son brought back loads of pictures. Lovely place it is. Yeah Ville. I know this 10’000%


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Refuse Collector

Answer 50/50

I know that! It’s Ville. My son went there with his university. My son brought back loads of pictures. Lovely place it is. Yeah Ville. I know this 10’000%


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School Teacher

I’m sorry but I don’t know. If I taught Geography I might know. But I can only guess that it is Bridgetown or Ville.


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School Teacher

Answer 50/50

I’m sorry but I don’t know. If I taught Geography I might know. But I can only guess that it is Bridgetown or Ville.


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Give up!

For five hundred points here is the question…

How many actors have played James Bond?

A: 6

B: 12

C: 5

D: 9

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50/50

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You’ve done it! 500 points!

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50/50

Give up!

How many actors have played James Bond?

A: 6

C: 5

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Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


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Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Scientist5

Answer Question

Scientist

James Bond, well. Lets me think. Sean Connery, Peirce Brosnan. I can’t think of anymore. But two isn’t an option. Sorry.


Scientist6

Scientist

Answer 50/50

James Bond, well. Lets me think. Sean Connery, Peirce Brosnan. I can’t think of anymore. But two isn’t an option. Sorry.


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Historian

I haven’t watch a James Bond film for years! So I can’t help you there.


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Answer 50/50

I haven’t watch a James Bond film for years! So I can’t help you there.


Refuse collector1

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Refuse Collector

Five. That’s all I have to say.


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Five. That’s all I have to say.


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School Teacher

My brother watches James Bond. I think there have been nine James Bonds as they look different every film!


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School Teacher

My brother watches James Bond. I think there have been nine James Bonds as they look different every film!


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The 1000 point question

The 1000 point question!

Give up!

The internet site ‘Wikipedia’ is what?

A: A game site

B: A forum

C: A TV Guide

D: An encyclopaedia site

50/50

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Give up!

The internet site ‘Wikipedia’ is what?

B: A forum

D: An encyclopaedia site

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Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


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Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Scientist7

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Scientist

I use Wikipedia myself sometimes, so I should know what it is.

It’s an encyclopaedia site. Very helpful it is.


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Scientist

I use Wikipedia myself sometimes, so I should know what it is.

It’s an encyclopaedia site. Very helpful it is.


Historian3

Answer Question

Historian

When I was in university I used Wikipedia. I still do sometimes. It’s an encyclopaedia site. I recommend it.


Historian4

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Historian

When I was in university I used Wikipedia. I still do sometimes. It’s an encyclopaedia site. I recommend it.


Refuse collector2

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Refuse Collector

It sounds like a game site to me. But I wouldn’t know anyway. I have to use the computers at my library because I can’t find a good one cheap enough!


Refuse collector3

Answer 50/50

Refuse Collector

It sounds like a game site to me. But I wouldn’t know anyway. I have to use the computers at my library because I can’t find a good one cheap enough!


School teacher3

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School Teacher

I use Wikipedia for my teaching. The answer is D. I know that 100% You won’t find anyone more sure than me.


School teacher4

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School Teacher

I use Wikipedia for my teaching. The answer is D. I know that 100% You won’t find anyone more sure than me.


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Question six for 2500 points

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Question six for 2500 points!

When was Concords' last flight?

A: October 24th 2003

B: September 17th 1946

B: September 17th 1946

C: October 18th 2003

D: October 21st 2003

D: October 21st 2003

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50/50

When was Concords' last flight?

A: October 24th 2003

C: October 18th 2003

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Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Phone a friend5

Phone a friend!

Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Scientist8

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Scientist

I’m pretty sure it’s the 18th of October. I went on Concorde once. Amazing experience. Air travel went one large step back when Concorde stopped flying. The one which blew up wasn’t even a fault of Concorde!


Scientist9

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Scientist

I’m pretty sure it’s the 18th of October. I went on Concorde once. Amazing experience. Air travel went one large step back when Concorde stopped flying. The one which blew up wasn’t even a fault of Concorde!


Historian5

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Historian

Concorde will be put down in history. It’s a shame it doesn’t fly any more. I had a flight scheduled to Paris on the 30th. I was disappointed when I was told they were stopping flying them on the 24th!


Historian6

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Historian

Concorde will be put down in history. It’s a shame it doesn’t fly any more. I had a flight scheduled to Paris on the 30th. I was disappointed when I was told they were stopping flying them on the 24th!


Refuse collector4

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Refuse Collector

When I was a kid I wanted to be a pilot. I’d play in the garden and pretend to be an aeroplane. When I heard about Concorde my dream came back to life. But look where I am? No-where near my dream. Concorde stopped flying on the 24th.


Refuse collector5

Answer 50/50

Refuse Collector

When I was a kid I wanted to be a pilot. I’d play in the garden and pretend to be an aeroplane. When I heard about Concorde my dream came back to life. But look where I am? No-where near my dream. Concorde stopped flying on the 24th.


School teacher5

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School Teacher

I don’t know, I wish I did. I watched one take off once. But that’s the most contact I’ve had with the plane. I now it was in 2003 they stopped flying. But I can’t give anything precise.


School teacher6

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School Teacher

I don’t know, I wish I did. I watched one take off once. But that’s the most contact I’ve had with the plane. I now it was in 2003 they stopped flying. But I can’t give anything precise.


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Question seven for 5000 points

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Question seven for 5000 points!

What is the Great Lion called in the Chronicles of Narnia?

A: Alan

B: Aslan

C: Alsatian

D: Alaska

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What is the Lion called in the Chronicles of Narnia?

B: Aslan

C: Alsatian

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Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Phone a friend7

Phone a friend!

Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Scientist10

Scientist

Answer question

The Chronicles of Narnia are excellent books, if you haven’t read them I recommend them. The lion is called Aslan.


Scientist11

Scientist

Answer 50/50

The Chronicles of Narnia are excellent books, if you haven’t read them I recommend them. The lion is called Aslan.


Historian7

Historian

Answer question

Deary me, I haven’t read the Chronicles of Narnia since I was a child! I remember there were good books. I ought to read them again. The Lions name is on the tip of my tongue. I can nearly remember it; Just about!

Sorry, I can’t help, it’s on the tip of my tongue though!


Historian8

Historian

Answer 50/50

Deary me, I haven’t read the Chronicles of Narnia since I was a child! I remember there were good books. I ought to read them again. The Lions name is on the tip of my tongue. I can nearly remember it; Just about!

Sorry, I can’t help, it’s on the tip of my tongue though!


Refuse collector6

Refuse Collector

Answer question

Aslan, Aslan, Aslan. That’s his name. I remember buying those books for me kid when he was young. We read them as bed time stories. He loved the books., though to be honest so did I!


Refuse collector7

Refuse Collector

Answer 50/50

Aslan, Aslan, Aslan. That’s his name. I remember buying those books for me kid when he was young. We read them as bed time stories. He loved the books., though to be honest so did I!


School teacher7

School Teacher

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It’s Aslan. When I was a class teacher I read the Chronicles to my pupils. I’m surprised you don’t know; I thought everyone had read the Chronicles of Narnia!


School teacher8

School Teacher

Answer 50/50

It’s Aslan. When I was a class teacher I read the Chronicles to my pupils. I’m surprised you don’t know; I thought everyone had read the Chronicles of Narnia!


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For 8000 points here is question 8

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For 8000 points here is question 8…

What colour is the gemstone Tsavorite?

A: Green

B: Blue

C: Red

D: Orange

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50/50

What colour is the gemstone Tsavorite?

A: Green

B: Blue

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Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Phone a friend9

Phone a friend!

Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Scientist12

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Scientist

That gem is in my wife's ring! Its green and my. It is the most beautiful shade of green imaginable. It is absolutely gorgeous; I wish that ring was mine! Well, not exactly…


Scientist13

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Scientist

That gem is in my wife's ring! Its green and my. It is the most beautiful shade of green imaginable. It is absolutely gorgeous; I wish that ring was mine! Well, not exactly…


Historian9

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Historian

I don’t have a clue! I don’t know why you rang me?


Historian10

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Historian

I don’t have a clue! I don’t know why you rang me?


Refuse collector8

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Refuse Collector

What a strange word, I can’t even say it!


Refuse collector9

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Refuse Collector

What a strange word, I can’t even say it!


School teacher9

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School Teacher

If you expect me to know your standards are too high!


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School Teacher

If you expect me to know your standards are too high!


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Question 9 can win you 16000 points!

What is Jambalaya?

A: A jam spongecake

B: A rice dish with shrimps

C: An alcoholic strawberry drink

D: A biscuit with a strawberry jam center

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What is Jambalaya?

A: A jam spongecake

B: A rice dish with shrimps

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Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Phone a friend11

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Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Scientist14

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Scientist

Jambalaya is a rice dish. I tried some in Louisiana while on holiday. It was tasty. Shame you can’t buy some over in England. And if you can, I’d like to know where!


Scientist15

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Scientist

Jambalaya is a rice dish. I tried some in Louisiana while on holiday. It was tasty. Shame you can’t buy some over in England. And if you can, I’d like to know where!


Historian11

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Historian

I do not know. I presume it is the alcoholic strawberry drink, that sounds quite nice actually.


Historian12

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Historian

I do not know. I presume it is the alcoholic strawberry drink, that sounds quite nice actually.


Refuse collector10

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Refuse Collector

Yum, food! I think it is spongecake because of the ‘jam’ part. I like cake though I think I need to cut down a bit.


Refuse collector11

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Refuse Collector

Yum, food! I think it is spongecake because of the ‘jam’ part. I like cake though I think I need to cut down a bit.


School teacher11

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School Teacher

Sounds like D to me. A bit like Jammy Dodgers. Ech! Horrible things. My mum made lovely homemade jam biscuits for me as a kid.


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School Teacher

Sounds like D to me. A bit like Jammy Dodgers. Ech! Horrible things. My mum made lovely homemade jam biscuits for me as a kid.


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32 000 points is available for question 10

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32’000 points is available for question 10!

When was the poem ‘The Comic Adventures of Old Mother Hubbard and Her Dog written by Sarah Catherine Martin?

A: Between 1668-1726

B: Between 1568-1668

C: Between 1868-1926

D: Between 1768-1826

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When was the poem ‘The Comic Adventures of Old Mother Hubbard and Her Dog written by Sarah Catherine Martin?

A: Between 1668-1726

D: Between 1768-1826

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Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


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Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


Scientist16

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Scientist

I am sorry but I don’t know.


Scientist17

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Scientist

I am sorry but I don’t know.


Historian13

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Historian

I was give that poem in my grandfathers will. The date on it I think was… 1768-1826. So its D!


Historian14

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I was give that poem in my grandfathers will. The date on it I think was… 1768-1826. So its D!


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Sounds like a funny poem. I would like to read it!


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Sounds like a funny poem. [Laugh] I would like to read it!


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I teach language, not history.


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I teach language, not history.


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Question 11 for 64 000 points

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Question 11 for 64’000 points!

Where would you find the Sphenoid bone?

A: Part of the vertebral column

B: Part of the thoracic cage

C: Part of the skull

D: Part of the foot

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Where would you find the Sphenoid bone?

B: Part of the thoracic cage

C: Part of the skull

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Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


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Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

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Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


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You can find the Sphenoid bone in your skull. It is just at the side of your eye socket and above the jaw. So it is…answer C!


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You can find the Sphenoid bone in your skull. It is just at the side of your eye socket and above the jaw. So it is…answer C!


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I don’t know myself. But it sounds like a foot bone. But that’s the best I can do. Sorry


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I don’t know myself. But it sounds like a foot bone. But that’s the best I can do. Sorry


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Erm, well. To be honest I have not the faintest idea.

It is a strange word though ain’t it!


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Erm, well. To be honest I have not the faintest idea.

It is a strange word though ain’t it!


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I can’t help you here. Sorry!


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I can’t help you here. Sorry!


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Get question 12 right for a whopping 120 000 points

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What is the Urtica dioica better know as?

A: Dock

B: Stinging nettle

C: Bindweed

D: Rosebay Willow (Herb)

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What is the Urtica dioica better know as?

B: Stinging nettle

D: Rosebay Willow (Herb)

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Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


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Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


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The Urtica dioica is better known as the stinging nettle. If you ever get stung by one of those wrap a dock leaf round your hand. Funny really. That’s an option.


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The Urtica dioica is better known as the stinging nettle. If you ever get stung by one of those wrap a dock leaf round your hand. Funny really. That’s an option.


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I don’t know how I know this but it is the stinging nettle. It is probably stored from university. Oh well. I’m pretty sure that’s the answer.


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I don’t know how I know this but it is the stinging nettle. It is probably stored from university. Oh well. I’m pretty sure that’s the answer.


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Ooh Latin! The posh language. I don’t know any of that language. Well I do know that’s Latin. Does that help?


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Ooh Latin! The posh language. I don’t know any of that language. Well I do know that’s Latin. Does that help?


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I can understand a little Latin, but not much. And I especially don’t know the names of any plants.


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I can understand a little Latin, but not much. And I especially don’t know the names of any plants.


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Amazing your on 250 000 points

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Amazing! Your on 250’000 points!

What is a pippin?

A: Orange

B: A pied piper

C: apple

D: a pin for needle work

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Super ever question that million has got closer and closer

Super. Ever question that million has got closer…and closer!

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What is a pippin?

C: apple

D: a pin for needle work

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School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


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Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

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Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

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Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


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Scientist

A pippin is an apple. It’s a red and yellow dessert apple. Yummy in apple pie. Ooh, that reminds me, its my turn to cook tomorrow!


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Scientist

A pippin is an apple. It’s a red and yellow dessert apple. Yummy in apple pie. Ooh, that reminds me, its my turn to cook tomorrow!


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Historian

An apple, I need my five a day. I have plenty of vegetables but not enough fruit. Ooh I love bananas and pears. A pair of pears! Hehehe!


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An apple, I need my five a day. I have plenty of vegetables but not enough fruit. Ooh I love bananas and pears. A pair of pears! Hehehe!


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A pippin sound like a pin, because of the ‘pi’ part. Yes it is probably D, a pin for needle work. But I suppose ‘pip’ for the apple. Hmmm!? A challenge.


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A pippin sound like a pin, because of the ‘pi’ part. Yes it is probably D, a pin for needle work. But I suppose ‘pip’ for the apple. Hmmm!? A challenge.


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Lovely apples. That’s what a pippin is, it is! My mum makes lovely apple pie. I helped her when I was a kid, we used Pippins for that!


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School Teacher

Lovely apples. That’s what a pippin is, it is! My mum makes lovely apple pie. I helped her when I was a kid, we used Pippins for that!


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Can you beat 14 and win million

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Northern Lights was written by which author?

A: J.K Rowling

B: Philip Pullman

C: Tom Clancy

D: Michael Morpurgo

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Northern Lights was written by which author?

B: Philip Pullman

D: Michael Morpurgo

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Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

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School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


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Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

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Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


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Scientist

I don’t know. Though Tom Clancy and J.K Rowling definitely haven’t written it. So it is probably Michael Morpurgo.


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Scientist

I don’t know. Though Tom Clancy and J.K Rowling definitely haven’t written it. So it is probably Michael Morpurgo.


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Philip Pullman wrote Northern Lights. I read it as light reading a few years back.


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Philip Pullman wrote Northern Lights. I read it as light reading a few years back.


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I don’t have a clue!


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I don’t have a clue!


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When I taught a primary school I read this to them, I mean Northern Lights, it’s written by Philip Pullman.


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School Teacher

When I taught a primary school I read this to them, I mean Northern Lights, it’s written by Philip Pullman.


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Finale question

Finale question!

What is a minstrel?

A: A bird

B: A sweet

D: A religious preacher

C: A medieval singer

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250’000-499’999

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1 000 4 999

1’000-4’999

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5 000 9 999

5’000-9’999

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10 000 19 999

10’000-19’999

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20 000 29 999

20’000-29’999

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30 000 39 999

30’000-39’999

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40 000 49 999

40’000-49’999

You have got this far, yet you are not a Powerpoint-aire. You used all the lifeline’s most questions. You may have got far, but not far enough.

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50 000 74 999

50’000-74’999

You tried, but you couldn’t answer the questions. So you asked others. You used your lifelines a lot.

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75’000-119’999

You tried, but you couldn’t answer all questions. So you asked others.

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120’000-249’999

You were so close to a quarter of a million. But you couldn’t quite make it.

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250 000 499 999

250’000-499’999

You got to a quarter of a million and you weren’t far off 500’000 points either. If you’ve got this far you should be proud.

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500 000 749 999

500’000-749’999

You have knowledge that could beat most peoples. You have intelligence, common sense and general knowledge. When you get home you can boast your skills to the world!

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750 000 999 999

750’000-999’999

You have knowledge that could beat most peoples. You have intelligence, common sense and general knowledge. When you get home you can boast your skills to the whole wide world!

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1 million points

1 Million+ Points!

You are a genius. You know pretty much everything!

You are a Powerpoint-aire and you should be proud of yourself!

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You are a powerpoint aire

You are a Powerpoint-aire!

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What is a minstrel?

D: A religious preacher

C: A medieval singer

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Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

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Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

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Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


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Scientist

Experienced in Physics, Biology, Chemistry.

Historian

Has knowledge of the Medieval, Tudor and Victorian Periods.

Refuse Collector

Watches many films and listens to music. Preference: Classic and Comedy.

School Teacher

Head of Language Department. Knowledge in European Languages.


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Scientist

A Minstrel is a Medieval Singer. They are also a sweet but that is Minstrels. Nice they are. I think it could be a bird. Anyway, I know that the answer is Medieval Singer.


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Scientist

A Minstrel is a Medieval Singer. They are also a sweet but that is Minstrels. Nice they are. I think it could be a bird. Anyway, I know that the answer is Medieval Singer.


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Historian

I know all about minstrels. They are Medieval Singers. I know that 1 billion percent!


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Historian

I know all about minstrels. They are Medieval Singers. I know that 1 billion percent!


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Refuse Collector

Chocolate, yummy. Minstrels are a bit like Cadbury buttons, just not as nice. So a Minstrel is a sweet!


Refuse collector23

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Refuse Collector

Chocolate, yummy. Minstrels are a bit like Cadbury buttons, just not as nice. So a Minstrel is a sweet!


School teacher23

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School Teacher

I think it is a religious preacher, it might be but as I’m not religious myself I wouldn’t know!


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School Teacher

I think it is a religious preacher, it might be but as I’m not religious myself I wouldn’t know!


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Thank you for playing who wants to be a powerpoint aire i hope to see you again soon

Thank you for playing ‘Who wants to be a Powerpoint-aire?’ I hope to see you again soon.

Dayle Wheeler

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23/06/2006

23rd June


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