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Life in the UK test 2

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1) What confirmation did the "Bill of Rights" give?  image
[A] Parliament's increased power Correct Answer
[B] King can punish anyone King's Correct Answer
[C] The increased power of the King Correct Answer
[D] Kings can give justice to people Correct Answer
2) Which of these country's flag isn't a part of the Union Flag?  image
[A] Denmark Correct Answer
[B] Wales Correct Answer
[C] The Netherlands Correct Answer
[D] Germany Correct Answer
3) Which one of these charities is known for working with children? img
[A] The National Trust Correct Answer
[B] The Prince's Trust Correct Answer
[C] Oxfam International Correct Answer
[D] NSPCC Correct Answer
4) The Church of England is headed by whom? img
[A] The Prime Minister Correct Answer
[B] The President Correct Answer
[C] The Monarch Correct Answer
[D] The Parliament Correct Answer
5) Which one of these cities is the capital of Wales? img
[A] Rome Correct Answer
[B] London Correct Answer
[C] Cardiff Correct Answer
[D] Budapest Correct Answer
6) For how many years did the Romans stayed in Britain? img
[A] 150 years Correct Answer
[B] 200 years Correct Answer
[C] 400 years Correct Answer
[D] 350 years Correct Answer
7) Which one of these is the primary principle of British life? image
[A] Supporting your neighbours Correct Answer
[B] The rule of law Correct Answer
[C] Attending religious festivals Correct Answer
[D] Attending prayer meetings in Church every Sunday Correct Answer
8) In which year did Ireland split into two countries? btn
[A] 1922 Correct Answer
[B] 1944 Correct Answer
[C] 1921 Correct Answer
[D] 1915 Correct Answer
9) 'The Church of England' is known by which name in the US and Scotland? button
[A] Milan Cathedral Correct Answer
[B] Peter's Basilica Correct Answer
[C] The Episcopal Church Correct Answer
[D] The State Church Correct Answer
10) The First Farmers: Where did their ancestors come from? right button
[A] South-East Europe Correct Answer
[B] West Europe Correct Answer
[C] East Europe Correct Answer
[D] North-East Europe Correct Answer
11) What did Henry VII do? right button
[A] Increased the power of the nobles Correct Answer
[B] Broke away from the Church of Rome Correct Answer
[C] Reduced the power of the nobles Correct Answer
[D] Restricted King's power Correct Answer
12) At the Battle of Waterloo, which one of these defeated Napolean? right button
[A] Louis XIV Correct Answer
[B] Henry I Correct Answer
[C] The Duke of Wellington Correct Answer
[D] William the Conqueror Correct Answer
13) The system that automatically deducts tax is called? right button
[A] PAYE Correct Answer
[B] Paypal Correct Answer
[C] Opayo Correct Answer
[D] HMRC Correct Answer
14) Who was the most popular monarch in the 16th century? right button
[A] Henry V Correct Answer
[B] Elizabeth I Correct Answer
[C] Elizabeth II Correct Answer
[D] William the Conqueror Correct Answer
15) Who takes responsibility for subjects such as health, defence, and education? right button
[A] Home Secretary Correct Answer
[B] Secretary of State Correct Answer
[C] Chancellor of the Exchequer Correct Answer
[D] Foreign Secretary Correct Answer
16) For what is the payment for TV license done? right button
[A] The BBC Correct Answer
[B] Radio Channels Correct Answer
[C] Aljazeera Correct Answer
[D] Electricity Correct Answer
17) Which of these famous avenues is situated in Scotland? right button
[A] Allianz Arena Correct Answer
[B] The SECC Correct Answer
[C] Culture Box Correct Answer
[D] Verona Correct Answer
18) Which one of these words have originated from the Viking language? right button
[A] Scunthorpe Correct Answer
[B] Chair Correct Answer
[C] Bird Correct Answer
[D] Arm Correct Answer
19) How many years ago did people learn how to make bronze? right button
[A] 2,000 years ago Correct Answer
[B] 4,000 years ago Correct Answer
[C] 3,500 years ago Correct Answer
[D] 6,000 years ago Correct Answer
20) Human Nature Ideas was developed by? right button
[A] David Hume Correct Answer
[B] Frank Adcock Correct Answer
[C] Evelyn Abbott Correct Answer
[D] Adam Smith Correct Answer
21) What was built by the first farmers in Britain? right button
[A] Houses and Monuments Correct Answer
[B] Medical Hospitals Correct Answer
[C] Theatres and Houses Correct Answer
[D] Sports Stadium Correct Answer
22) Which one of these is the residence of the Prime Minister? right button
[A] Hofburg Imperial Palace Correct Answer
[B] The Buckingham palace Correct Answer
[C] 10 Downing Street Correct Answer
[D] Quirinal Palace Correct Answer
23) Which one of these is one of the founders of the notable naval tradition in England? right button
[A] Sir Francis Drake Correct Answer
[B] William Shakespeare Correct Answer
[C] Thomas Fairfax Correct Answer
[D] Charles Mordaunt Correct Answer
24) Hadrian's Wall comes under the list of popular UNESCO World Heritage Sites right button
[A] False Correct Answer
[B] True Correct Answer
 

The 'Life in the UK Test 2' is presented in a format that closely resembles the actual test. Whilst the questions that we have selected are not the actual test questions, you can use them to find out whether you are ready to "take the actual test".