1. Which planet's day is longer than its year?
2. In Greek mythology, where do righteous souls go after death?
 Elysian Fields
3. What is the name of the closest star to Earth?
 The Sun
4. Who, in 1960, became the first woman Prime Minister in the world?
 Sirimavo Bandaranaike
5. What is one millionth of a metre called?
 A micron
6. Which ancient thinker is said to have had a golden thigh?
7. Which English cricket county did W. G. Grace represent?
8. How do we commonly know the science of dactylography?
9. What is the scientific name given to tea?
 Camellia Sinensis
10. In Japanese what word means "they who serve"?