Aprende Inglés en Cádiz
Centro Preparador de Exámenes Oficiales de Inglés de A2, B1, B2, y C1.
CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: KET, PET, FIRST y ADVANCED
TRINITY COLLEGE LONDON: GESE, ISE
Homologados por el Marco Común Europeo de Referencia para las Lenguaslogo_mcerl

Greetings, people!!! En Eurocollege sabemos bien que la mejor forma de practicar vocabulario en inglés sin necesidad de darse interminable panzadas de estudiar en casa es a través de los juegos; y un juego que combina desde hace décadas el conocimiento, el vocabulario, la conversación y la diversión es el Trivial.

Pues hoy os hemos traído el que usamos en nuestra academia de Cádiz con nuestros alumnos. ¡Es súper fácil de hacer! Sólo tenemos que imprimir esta lista de preguntas y dejar que la suerte (si tenéis un dado de diez caras o cartas numeraras del 0-9 podréis sacar números del 1 al 100 aleatoriamente) elija la pregunta que nos toca responder por turnos.

¿Quién gana? Pues el primero en responder un número estipulado de antemano o bien quien haya respondido correctamente más preguntas en un tiempo determinado.

Eso es todo, simple y divertidoEnjoy!!!


  1. Who invented the telephone? (Bell)
  2. Which nail grows fastest? (middle)
  3. What temperature does water boil at? (100C)
  4. Who discovered penicillin? (Fleming)
  5. What Spanish artist said he would eat his wife when she died? (Dali)
  6. Who wrote Julius Caesar, Macbeth and Hamlet? (Shakespeare)
  7. Who wrote Lazarillo de Tormes? (anonymous)
  8. What did the crocodile swallow in Peter Pan? (alarm clock)
  9. Where was Lope de Vega born? (Madrid)
  10. Who did Lady Diana Spencer marry? (Prince Charles)
  11. Where is Mulhacen? Granada Spain
  12. How many states are there in the United States of America? (50)
  13. Which river runs through Madrid? (Manzanares)
  14. Which German city is famous for the perfume it produces? (Cologne)
  15. Who did Prince Rainier of Monaco marry? (Grace Kelly)
  16. What year did Christopher Columbus reach the other shore? (1492)
  17. When did the First World War start? (1914)
  18. What did Joseph Priesley discover in 1774? (Oxygen)
  19. Where is the smallest bone in the body? (ear)
  20. Which is the only mammal that can’t jump? (elephant)
  21. What does the roman numeral C represent? (100)
  22. What colour is a panda? (black and white)
  23. What nationality was Chopin? (Polish)
  24. What’s the best known artificial international language? (esperanto)
  25. Who lived at 221B, Baker Street, London? (Sherlock Holmes)
  26. Who cut Van Gogh’s ear? (he did)
  27. Where did Salvador Dali live? (Figueras)
  28. Who painted the Mona Lisa? (Da Vinci)
  29. How many dots are there on two dice? (42)
  30. What star sign is a crab? (cancer)
  31. In which shop can you buy notebooks in England? (stationery shop)
  32. Where does the British Prime Minister live? (10, Downing Street)
  33. How long is the compulsory military service in England? (it doesn’t exist)
  34. When did the Second World War end? (1945)
  35. What are the first three words of the bible? (In the beginning)
  36. How many children has Queen Elizabeth the Second got? (4)
  37. What’s the real name of Siddartha Gautama? (Buddha)
  38. What’s the name of the famous big clock in London? (Big Ben)
  39. Where was Christopher Columbus born? (Genova)
  40. When did the American Civil War end? (1865)
  41. What did the 7 dwarves do for a job? (miners)
  42. Who painted the Sistine Chapel? (Michelangelo)
  43. Who wrote La Colmena? (Cela)
  44. What famous detective smoked in a pipe and played the violin? (S. Holmes)
  45. Who said E=mc2? (Einstein)
  46. Which planet is nearest the sun? (Mercury)
  47. Where are the Dolomites? (Italy)
  48. What’s the capital of Kenya? (Nairobi)
  49. Which is the largest ocean? (Pacific)
  50. What’s the capital of Honduras? (Tegucigalpa)
  51. What’s the capital of Ethiopia? (Addis Abeba)
  52. How many squares are there on a chess board? (64)
  53. How many prongs are there on a fork? (4)
  54. Who starts first in chess? (white)
  55. How many events are there in the decathlon? (10)
  56. What do you use to take a cork out of a bottle? (a corkscrew)
  57. What language has the most words? (English)
  58. What’s the name of the main airport in Madrid? (Barajas)
  59. What money do they use in Japan? (yen)
  60. What year did Prince die? (2016)
  61. Who said, “I think, therefore I am”? (Descartes)
  62. Who wrote the Ugly Duckling? (Hans Christian Andersen)
  63. Where was El Greco born? (Greece)
  64. What’s the Hungarian word for pepper? (paprika)
  65. Which painter did the group Mecano write a song about? (Dali)
  66. Who sang, “I’m dreaming of a white Christmas”? (Bing Crosby)
  67. Name the two main actors in “The Sting”. (Paul Newman and Robert Redford)
  68. What year did Elvis Presley die? (1977)
  69. What film star who was in 9 and a half weeks became a boxer? (Mickey Rourke)
  70. Which was Marco Polo’s hometown? (Venice)
  71. Which Italian leader was terribly afraid of the evil eye? (Mussolini)
  72. What country gave Florida to the USA in 1891? (Spain)
  73. Who gave his name to the month of July? (Julius Caesar)
  74. Who wrote It? (Stephen King)
  75. What theatre play is performed on November first in Spain? (Don Juan)
  76. What’s the most important book in the Muslim religion? (Koran)
  77. When was Elvis’ first ever concert? (1954)
  78. Who sang “My Way”? (Frank Sinatra)
  79. Who as the main actor in “Legend”? (Tom Cruise)
  80. Who was the main actor in Pirates of the Caribbean? (Johnny Depp)
  81. What British filmmaker married Madonna ? (Guy Ritchie)
  82. What did the Montgolfier brothers invent? (the balloon)
  83. How often do elections take place? (four years)
  84. What type of elephant has got the biggest ears? (African)
  85. Who invented the electric light bulb? (Thomas Edison)
  86. What’s the smallest type of tree in the world? (Bonsai)
  87. Who invented television? (John Logie Baird)
  88. What activity other than jumping are kangaroos good at? (boxing)
  89. What’s the capital of Ecuador? (Quito)
  90. What colours make purple? (red and blue)
  91. What’s the hardest mineral? (diamond)
  92. How much does a litre of water weigh? (1kg)
  93. When did man step on the moon? (1969)
  94. What stopped in London at 3.45 on August 5th, 1975? (Big Ben)
  95. What nationality was Gengis Khan? (Mongolian)
  96. What medal did Spain Basketball Team win in 1982? (silver)
  97. What is the highest mountain in the world? (Everest)
  98. Where does the American president live? (The White House)
  99. What is the first letter on a typewriter? (Q)
  100. Which river runs through London? (Thames)

¿Quieres más trucos para aprender inglés? En nuestra academia Eurocollege, situada en la Avenida Cayetano del Toro 21  de Cádiz, tenemos una manera diferente de enseñar inglés como has visto, y podrás aprender divirtiéndote mientras te preparamos en todos los apartados del examen oficial y consigas sin ningún problema tu título oficial de inglés. ¡Sigamos practicando!

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