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The Great Big 2020 Quiz!

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  • Question /

    The US presidential election is scheduled to take place during which month of 2020?

    • September
    • October
    • November
    • The election is not scheduled for 2020
  • Question /

    Which version of Microsoft Windows will lose its extended support during 2020?

    • Windows 7
    • Windows 98
    • Windows 10
    • Windows 3.11
  • Question /

    The UK is scheduled to leave which international organisation during 2020?

    • North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
    • European Union
    • Paris Climate Accords
    • United Nations
  • Question /

    In May 2020, the Eurovision Song Contest is scheduled to take place in which country?

    • Israel
    • Turkey
    • Netherlands
    • Norway
  • Question /

    How do you write 2020 in Roman numerals?

    • MMCC
    • XXMM
    • MMXX
    • XXOXXO
  • Question /

    In July and August, which country will host the 2020 Summer Olympics?

    • Japan
    • New Zealand
    • Argentina
    • Ireland
  • Question /

    In 2020, COUNTRY A will stop cutting down trees in return for $150 million paid by COUNTRY B. Which countries are we talking about?

    • COUNTRY A: Guatemala, COUNTRY B: Canada
    • COUNTRY A: Liberia, COUNTRY B: Norway
    • COUNTRY A: Norway, COUNTRY B: USA
    • COUNTRY A: Vietnam, COUNTRY B: New Zealand
  • Question /

    How many days will there be in 2020?

    • 360
    • 365
    • 366
    • All of the above

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  1. 6 correct, but the trick in the last question is a bit unfair. It’s like saying that I have £10 in my wallet when I actually have £20. I can just see a child at school getting away with answering a teacher’s question by giving an answer along those lines – or rather I can’t!

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