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Life in the UK test 4

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1) What is the limit for money to make the small claims procedure in Wales and England?  image
[A] £3,000 Correct Answer
[B] £10,000 Correct Answer
[C] £9,000 Correct Answer
[D] £6,000 Correct Answer
2) Which one of these is the birthplace of Florence Nightingale?  image
[A] France Correct Answer
[B] Australia Correct Answer
[C] Italy Correct Answer
[D] The United Kingdom Correct Answer
3) Where is ship HMS Victory situated currently? img
[A] Edinburgh Correct Answer
[B] Portsmouth Correct Answer
[C] London Correct Answer
[D] Wales Correct Answer
4) What is needed to apply for UK Citizenship? img
[A] Have a bachelors degree Correct Answer
[B] Be able to drive Correct Answer
[C] Have a driving license Correct Answer
[D] Speak and read English Correct Answer
5) What started the "constitutional monarchy"? img
[A] The French Revolution Correct Answer
[B] The Magna Carta Correct Answer
[C] The Glorious Revolution Correct Answer
[D] The English Civil War Correct Answer
6) On which date is, is Halloween celebrated? img
[A] 29th of October Correct Answer
[B] 31st of October Correct Answer
[C] 31st of September Correct Answer
[D] 1st of November Correct Answer
7) Lent is known as? image
[A] The 40 days before Easter Correct Answer
[B] A month after Easter Correct Answer
[C] A month before Christmas Correct Answer
[D] The 40 days after Christmas Correct Answer
8) Which king is responsible for uniting people to defeat the Vikings? btn
[A] James VI Correct Answer
[B] Henry V Correct Answer
[C] King Alfred the Great Correct Answer
[D] Harold Correct Answer
9) Who was designated as the first woman Prime Minister of the United Kingdom? button
[A] Margaret Thatcher Correct Answer
[B] Florence Nightingale Correct Answer
[C] Mary Robinson Correct Answer
[D] Dame Eugenia Charles Correct Answer
10) In 1901, what was the population of the UK? right button
[A] 10 million Correct Answer
[B] 20 million Correct Answer
[C] 40 million Correct Answer
[D] 50 million Correct Answer
11) In the 19th century, which one of these styles of architecture became highly popular? right button
[A] Bauhaus Correct Answer
[B] Gothic Correct Answer
[C] Brutalist architecture Correct Answer
[D] Neoclassical Correct Answer
12) For how many years did England remain a republic? right button
[A] 12 years Correct Answer
[B] 17 years Correct Answer
[C] 5 years Correct Answer
[D] 11 years Correct Answer
13) Which place is known as the home of golf in Scotland? right button
[A] St Andrews Correct Answer
[B] Scottish Highlands Correct Answer
[C] Edinburgh Correct Answer
[D] Inverness Correct Answer
14) From which country the engineers came during the middle ages? right button
[A] Russia Correct Answer
[B] Germany Correct Answer
[C] Monaco Correct Answer
[D] Holland Correct Answer
15) Which one of these is offered to the residents of the United Kingdom? right button
[A] Free home gadgets license Correct Answer
[B] Untaxed income Correct Answer
[C] Wealthy Life Correct Answer
[D] Freedom of belief and religion Correct Answer
16) During WWII, who was elected as the Prime Minister of the UK? right button
[A] Winston Churchill Correct Answer
[B] Margaret Thatcher Correct Answer
[C] Charles Grey Correct Answer
[D] Lord John Russell Correct Answer
17) In the 2004 Summer Olympic Games, who won 2 gold medals for running? right button
[A] Percy Williams Correct Answer
[B] Dame Ellen MacArthur Correct Answer
[C] Dame Kelly Holmes Correct Answer
[D] Marcell Jacobs Correct Answer
18) Which of these below is known as the National Anthem of the United Kingdom? right button
[A] God Save the Queen Correct Answer
[B] God Save the UK Correct Answer
[C] The Star Correct Answer
[D] The Bayamo Anthem Correct Answer
19) Who is the winner of gold medals in rowing in five consecutive Olympic Games? right button
[A] Jason Kenny Correct Answer
[B] Sir Chris Hoy Correct Answer
[C] Sir Steve Redgrave Correct Answer
[D] Isabell Werth Correct Answer
20) What is the language spoken by the people of the Iron Age? right button
[A] English Correct Answer
[B] Spanish Correct Answer
[C] Portuguese Correct Answer
[D] Celtic Correct Answer
21) Gilbert and Sullivan are known for writing which of these operas? right button
[A] Jesus Christ Superstar Correct Answer
[B] William Tell Correct Answer
[C] Madama Butterfly Correct Answer
[D] HMS Pinafore and The Mikado Correct Answer
22) Where is the festival Fringe celebrated? right button
[A] Sweden Correct Answer
[B] New York Correct Answer
[C] Edinburgh Correct Answer
[D] London Correct Answer
23) When is the Boxing Day celebrated? right button
[A] The day after Christmas Day Correct Answer
[B] The day before Christmas Day Correct Answer
[C] Two days before Easter Correct Answer
[D] The day after Easter Correct Answer
24) 50% discount on TV licence is given to whom? right button
[A] Blind people Correct Answer
[B] Homemakers Correct Answer
[C] Unemployed people Correct Answer
[D] Students Correct Answer
 

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