Ada is one of the last few contestants on the Greatest Assessment Match Ever. The stern and humourless quizmaster, Mr Hopkins, is giving her her final test before the end of the show. The dialogue goes as follows:
Hopkins: What name was given to the period of severe dust storms across the US and Canada in 1930?
Ada: The Dust Bowl.
Hopkins: Who was the third president of Finland, and when was he elected?
Hopkins: Time's up! In what year was the film Caught, directed by Max Ophüls, released?
Hopkins: In 1833, a law was passed in Russia banning what?
Hopkins: What is the name given to the parties hit by Cambridge University students at the end of the academic year ever since 1834?
Ada: They hit the May Ball...? Yes, May Balls.
Hopkins: Which musical have showgoers been hitting continuously since 1935 in the West End of London?
Hopkins: What were you doing three years before the start of World War Two?
Ada: I wasn't born that long before wartime!
Hopkins: What device is used for blocking an electrostatic field, and when was it invented?
Ada: A Faraday cage. It was invented by Michael Faraday in 1837.
Hopkins: Do you consider yourself to be attractive for a 38-year-old woman?
Ada: If you keep asking me personal questions, I'm going to get up and run out of the room!
Hopkins: I, being a fan of 2048, was wondering if anyone has any proven strategies for playing 2048?
Ada: Now you've got me completely stumped. I don't know.
Hopkins: Congratulations! You have answered every question correctly except for one. Please go to the white room to await the others' results. Soon you will know whether you have successfully beaten the competition to become the final champion.
What is the hidden meaning behind the above dialogue?
Bonus: which one question did Ada not answer correctly?