Life in the UK Test 18

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Correct Answer: B True.
A Alexander the Great
B Julius Caesar
C Marcus Aurelius
D Napoleon
Correct Answer: B Julius Caesar
Correct Answer: A 43 A D
A Denmark, Norway, and Sweden
B Italy, Spain, and Portugal
C Mexico
D Singapore and Indonesia
Correct Answer: A Denmark, Norway, and Sweden
A 1000 AD
B 200 BC
C 789 AD
D 900 AD
Correct Answer: C 789 AD
A The Battle of Bannockburn
B The Battle of Hastings
C The Battle of Marston Moor and Battle of Naseby
D The Battle of Trafalgar
Correct Answer: C The Battle of Marston Moor and Battle of Naseby
A Paganism
B Puritanism
C Roman Catholic
D The Church of England
Correct Answer: C Roman Catholic
A The first Bengal Society
B The first Bengal army
C The first curry house
D The first supermarket
Correct Answer: C The first curry house
Correct Answer: B Emmeline Pankhurst
Correct Answer: A False.
Explanation: Roughly 84% of the population lives in England, Scotland makes up around 8%, Wales is at 5%, and Northern Ireland less than just 3%
A St. Andrew's Day on the 30th of November
B St. David's Day on the 1st of March
C St. George's Day on the 23rd of April
D St. Patrick's Day on the 17th of March
Correct Answer: C St. George's Day on the 23rd of April
Correct Answer: A False.
Explanation: There are two formats - Rugby Union and Rugby League.
A Sail around the world, single-handedly
B Sail around the world, single-handedly and without stopping
Correct Answer: B Sail around the world, single-handedly and without stopping
A Charles Dickens
B Graham Greene
C JK Rowling
D Robert Louise Stevenson
Correct Answer: A Charles Dickens
A Free school meals
B Government MP's
C Rich shareholders
D The BBC
Correct Answer: D The BBC
A England
B Northern Ireland
C Scotland
D Wales
Correct Answer: B Northern Ireland
21. What is the opposition? Mark one answer
A France
B Russia
C The Enemy
D The second largest party in the House of Commons
Correct Answer: D The second largest party in the House of Commons
Correct Answer: B True.
Explanation: You can go to the relevant government website to organise.
23. What is a jury? Mark one answer
A Members of the public chosen at random
B Volunteers from the public
Correct Answer: A Members of the public chosen at random
A Coffee plantations
B Food providers
C State benefits
D The National Trust
Correct Answer: C State benefits