Test your general knowledge with our weekly quiz. By Cindy MacDonald.
No. 291
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1. Only three countries are landlocked by a single country. Name one. (Bonus points for naming the other two.)
2. In which year was the Australian Broadcasting Corporation founded: (a) 1929; (b) 1939; or (c) 1949?
3. Who preceded Jacinda Ardern as prime minister of New Zealand?
4. Before 2020, Renée Zellweger had won one Oscar. For which film?
5. What nationality was composer Franz Liszt?
6. The Italian phrase “la dolce vita” translates to “the sweet what”?
7. The scapula is commonly known as the what?
8. Name the boxer who last month became WBC heavyweight champion.
9. Was Constantine the Great a Greek or Roman emperor?
10. March 7 marks the one-year anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s first post on which social media site?

This article was first published in the print edition of The Saturday Paper on Mar 7, 2020 as "In which year was the Australian Broadcasting Corporation founded?".

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Cindy MacDonald
is The Saturday Paper’s deputy editor.