Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 11

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Words in English like ‘Cow’, ‘Apple’ and ‘Summer’ are traced back to

Which of the following is not welcomed by the British Society?

Who was the first prime minister of Great Britain?

Among the following which is the National Anthem of the UK?

Which of the following countries jointly developed supersonic passenger aircraft, Concorde?

Minor disputes can be settled informally by the small claims procedure without appointing any lawyer?

Origin of Presbyterian Church can be traced to

It is illegal to sell tobacco products to anyone less than 19 years of age.

Number of local authorities in London is

Maiden Castle is located in

Act of Union of 1707 better known in Scotland as

Which of the following countries, did NOT support the Allies?

In the Crimean War Britain fought against

What is the existing nature of the monarchy in the UK?

Among the following places where is Scottish Grand National held?

Which of the following islands comes under British Overseas Territories?

Which is the birthplace of William Shakespeare?

On the first day of the Battle of Somme what volume of casualties did Britain suffer?

What game is traditionally played in pubs across UK?

In the Citizenship Survey of 2009 what percentage of people claimed to be Hindu?

Ireland had faced a famine in 19th century because of failure of certain crop. Identify the crop.

Which of the following groups had formally started anti-slavery groups in the late 1700?

Which of the following countries was not an original constituent in the European Economic Community (EEC) in 1957?

Pride and Prejudice is written by

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