Nov 162012
 

1. When did Trinidad and Tobago become independent?
a) 12 February 1959
b) 21 May 1956
c) 31 August 1962
d) 11 November 1965

2. Which is the longest river in Trinidad and Tobago?
a) Caroni
b) Navet
c) Cauva
d) Ortoire

3. Which is the capital of Trinidad and Tobago?
a) Plymouth
b) Port of Spain
c) Roxborough
d) Scarborough

4. Which is the currency of Trinidad and Tobago?
a) Dollar
b) Guilder
c) Peso
d) Krone

5. Which is the highest mountain in Trinidad and Tobago?
a) Tamana
b) Kalmit
c) Aripo
d) Galtymore

6. Who was the president of Trinidad and Tobago in 1993?
a) Noor Mohammad Hassanali
b) Arthur Robinson
c) Hansraj Sumairsingh
d) Dhanraj Singh

7. Who was the prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago in 2004?
a) Basdeo Panday
b) Patrick Manning
c) Vincent Lasse
d) Rupert Griffith

8. When was Eric Williams prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago?
a) 2001-2003
b) 1991-1996
c) 1984-1989
d) 1962-1981

9. Which is the official language of Trinidad and Tobago?
a) Catalan
b) English
c) Spanish
d) Gaelic

10. What is the area of Trinidad and Tobago?
a) 4,824 sq. mi.
b) 3,624 sq. mi.
c) 1,978 sq. mi.
d) 5,412 sq. mi.

Trinidad And Tobago Quiz Answers

1. When did Trinidad and Tobago become independent?
c) 31 August 1962

2. Which is the longest river in Trinidad and Tobago?
d) Ortoire

3. Which is the capital of Trinidad and Tobago?
b) Port of Spain

4. Which is the currency of Trinidad and Tobago?
a) Dollar

5. Which is the highest mountain in Trinidad and Tobago?
c) Aripo

6. Who was the president of Trinidad and Tobago in 1993?
a) Noor Mohammad Hassanali

7. Who was the prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago in 2004?
b) Patrick Manning

8. When was Eric Williams prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago?
d) 1962-1981

9. Which is the official language of Trinidad and Tobago?
b) English

10. What is the area of Trinidad and Tobago?
c) 1,978 sq. mi.

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