Quiz: Calling All Jeopardy Fans! Can You Get 10/15 On This Tricky Test?


What is "bring it on"?

If you're a trivia master or fan of Jeopardy, take this fun jeopardy style quiz about general knowledge to see if you'd be a good contestant!

 Feb 07, 2018

1 of 15Pick your answer!

This number, one of the first 20, uses only one vowel (4 times!).
What is 17?
What is 14?
What is 2?

2 of 15Pick your answer!

This President is often associated with having wooden teeth.
Who is Donald Trump?
Who is George Washington?
Who is Abraham Lincoln?

3 of 15Pick your answer!

In the United States, this breed of dog is commonly known as a firehouse dog.
What is a Golden Retriever?
What is a Dalmatian?
What is a German Shepard?

4 of 15Pick your answer!

"Call me Ishmael" is the iconic opening line of this novel.
What is Animal Farm?
What is Moby Dick?
What is the Scarlet Letter?

5 of 15Pick your answer!

The language spoken in the Netherlands.
What is Dutch?
What is Farsi?
What is Danish?

6 of 15Pick your answer!

This animal is a member of the marsupial family.
What is a frog?
What is a kangaroo?
What is a giraffe?

7 of 15Pick your answer!

In the famous painting, Mona Lisa is missing this feature.
What are eyebrows?
What is a nose?
What are ears?

8 of 15Pick your answer!

This substance is made up of highly organized particles of carbon.
What is granite?
What is diamond?
What is salt?

9 of 15Pick your answer!

The Statue of Liberty was a gift from this country.
What is France?
What is England?
What is Germany?

10 of 15Pick your answer!

This city is known as the home of jazz.
What is Austin?
What is Nashville ?
What is New Orleans?

11 of 15Pick your answer!

This is the fictional home of Batman.
What is a Smallville?
What is a Gotham?
What is a New York City?

12 of 15Pick your answer!

The supercontinent that existed during the late Paleozoic and early Mesozoic eras.
What is Hawaii?
What is Pangaea?
What is Antarctica?

13 of 15Pick your answer!

These are the feuding families in Romeo and Juliet.
Who are the Montagues and the Capulets?
Who are the Dukes and Smiths?
Who are the Shakespeares and the Romulets?

14 of 15Pick your answer!

This color cannot be made by mixing two other colors.
What is purple
What is green?
What is red?

15 of 15Pick your answer!

The Greek God of the sky.
Who is Zeus?
Who is Poseidon?
Who is Athena?
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