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Life in the UK test 3

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1) Who was Henry Purcell?  image
[A] A writer Correct Answer
[B] A musician Correct Answer
[C] An engineer Correct Answer
[D] An actor Correct Answer
2) Which one of these significant gardens is in Wales?  image
[A] Desert Botanical Garden Correct Answer
[B] Bodnant Garden Correct Answer
[C] Werribee Park Correct Answer
[D] Jonsered Gardens Correct Answer
3) For which one of these is the judiciary responsible? img
[A] Deciding whether a person is guilty Correct Answer
[B] Interpreting the law Correct Answer
[C] Arresting people for theft Correct Answer
[D] Looking after a jury Correct Answer
4) At what time do pubs generally open? img
[A] 9:00 AM Correct Answer
[B] 1:00 PM Correct Answer
[C] 11:00 AM Correct Answer
[D] 10:00 PM Correct Answer
5) Which of these sets of countries are in Great Britain? img
[A] England, Wales, Scotland Correct Answer
[B] England, Ireland, Wales Correct Answer
[C] Wales, Norway, England Correct Answer
[D] Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland Correct Answer
6) What is the location of Loch Lomond? img
[A] Germany Correct Answer
[B] Scotland Correct Answer
[C] Russia Correct Answer
[D] The Netherlands Correct Answer
7) The coast of Australia was mapped by? image
[A] Admiral Nelson Correct Answer
[B] James Cook Correct Answer
[C] Richard A Bauman Correct Answer
[D] Louis L. Bennett Correct Answer
8) What is the percentage of the population with a grandparent born outside of the United Kingdom? btn
[A] 25% Correct Answer
[B] 15% Correct Answer
[C] 10% Correct Answer
[D] 30% Correct Answer
9) What percentage of the population of the United Kingdom is Sikh? button
[A] 1% Correct Answer
[B] 5% Correct Answer
[C] 2.5% Correct Answer
[D] 4% Correct Answer
10) What is the name of the graveyard where people of the Bronze Age used to bury dead? right button
[A] Neptune Memorial Reef Correct Answer
[B] Coffin Houses Correct Answer
[C] Round barrows Correct Answer
[D] Waverly Cemetry Correct Answer
11) In which year did World War I started? right button
[A] 1915 Correct Answer
[B] 1914 Correct Answer
[C] 1939 Correct Answer
[D] 1947 Correct Answer
12) During the middle ages, who sat in the House of Lords? right button
[A] The nobility and great landowners Correct Answer
[B] Knights Correct Answer
[C] Wealthy People Correct Answer
[D] Musicians & actors Correct Answer
13) How old is Big Ben? right button
[A] 150 Correct Answer
[B] 130 Correct Answer
[C] 100 Correct Answer
[D] 220 Correct Answer
14) What proportion of the population was killed due to the Black Death? right button
[A] One third Correct Answer
[B] One sixth Correct Answer
[C] One fifth Correct Answer
[D] One eighth Correct Answer
15) What is the name of the official report that contains every detail said in the Parliament? right button
[A] Hansard Correct Answer
[B] The Domesday Book Correct Answer
[C] Periodic Report Correct Answer
[D] Functional Report Correct Answer
16) Who is the inventor of the World Wide Web? right button
[A] Sir Tim Berners-Lee Correct Answer
[B] John Logie Baird Correct Answer
[C] Alexander Graham Bell Correct Answer
[D] Florence Nightingale Correct Answer
17) When are the General Elections held? right button
[A] Every ten years Correct Answer
[B] Every five years Correct Answer
[C] Every two years Correct Answer
[D] Every year Correct Answer
18) In which of these courts the most civil cases are heard in England and Wales? right button
[A] The Supreme Court Correct Answer
[B] The County Court Correct Answer
[C] High Court Correct Answer
[D] Crown Court Correct Answer
19) What is the ceremonial role of the monarch? right button
[A] Making judiciary policies Correct Answer
[B] Travelling in England Correct Answer
[C] Giving justice to the people Correct Answer
[D] Opening a parliamentary session Correct Answer
20) The new St. Paul Cathedral was designed by whom? right button
[A] Ivan Barma Correct Answer
[B] Sir Christopher Wren Correct Answer
[C] Joseph Strauss Correct Answer
[D] Isaac Newton Correct Answer
21) Which of these are famously known as 'Crown Dependencies'? right button
[A] Ireland and Wales Correct Answer
[B] St Helena and the Falkland Islands Correct Answer
[C] The Channel Islands and the Isle of Man Correct Answer
[D] Wales and Falkland Islands Correct Answer
22) Which one of these must be informed by the police officer after arresting somebody? right button
[A] The reason for your arrest Correct Answer
[B] To go to the police station Correct Answer
[C] To put your arms in the air Correct Answer
[D] Ask about your background Correct Answer
23) In which period did the Roman army leave Great Britain? right button
[A] AD 100 Correct Answer
[B] AD 530 Correct Answer
[C] AD 413 Correct Answer
[D] AD 410 Correct Answer
24) In which century did the Enlightenment happen? right button
[A] 19th century Correct Answer
[B] 18th century Correct Answer
[C] 16th century Correct Answer
[D] 19th century Correct Answer
 

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