1. Which AFL club is unofficially known as the Shinboners?
2. Who debuted as lead singer of Big Brother and the Holding Company in 1966?
3. Which country is home to Kruger National Park?
4. The chemical formula NH3 is which pungent inorganic compound?
5. Who wrote the What Katy Did
series of children’s book?
Susan Coolidge (real name Sarah Chauncey Woolsey).
6. Syrah and which other full-bodied red wine come from the same grape?
7. In the NATO phonetic alphabet, which name represents the letter ‘C’?
8. Vietnam was once a colony of which nation?
9. Do snakes have eyelids?
10. In Shakespeare’s Hamlet
who was “a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy”? (Bonus point for naming the American author of the novel Infinite Jest
Yorick. (Bonus point: David Foster Wallace.)
This article was first published in the print edition of The Saturday Paper on
Mar 9, 2019 as "Vietnam was once a colony of which nation?".
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