Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 10

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Who was Henry Purcell?

Name the flower that is often linked with Wales

A monument is built at the Trafalgar Square, London in memory of an Admiral who lost his life in the sea while fighting for England in 1805. What was the name of the Admiral?

The person who makes sure that Rules and orders are maintained in the House of Commons during political debates is known as

Britain’s recognition of the independence of ‘American colonies’ took place in the year

Which of the following committees do not have The UK as a member?

Who invented Television?

In Scotland which of the following acts is better known as The Act of Union of 1707?

When did Winston Churchill join the Parliament?

Which of the following did the Normans use for recording details of ownership of land and livestock across England?

Refugees who entered Great Britain between 1680 and 1720 are termed as

The popular term used for public houses is

What is the age group covered in The National Citizen Service programme?

In the Citizenship Survey of 2009 what is the percentage of people claimed they were Hindus?

Who defeated The Vikings?

What is the name of the birthplace of William Shakespeare?

In which British city ‘The Royal Crescent’ is located?

Mrs. Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s first woman Prime Minister, was first elected as a Conservative MP. In which year was that?

In which year did Queen Victoria became the Queen of United Kingdom?

The ship ‘HMS Victory’ that was used by Admiral Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar, is presently preserved at

Which is the term more popularly used for The Middle Ages?

What percentage of total population of the UK does Northern Ireland constitute?

What is the Minimum age for buying a lottery ticket in The United Kingdom?

Of the following sports which one is considered to be the home sports of St Andrews in Scotland?