Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 12

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Julius Caesar invaded Britain in

What was the most important principles of ‘The Enlightenment’

Usage of the Stonehenge in ancient times was probably for the purpose of

Carrying a gun for personal safety is permitted

In 1658 after the death of Oliver Cromwell his son succeeded him as

Christian communities arrived in Britain during

By-elections are held

The ATM (ie,cash-dispensing machine) or ‘cashpoint’ was invented by

Maiden Castle is located in

When did the UK become a member of the European Economic Community (EEC)?

Approximately how many years ago was ‘The Giant's Causeway’ created?

Legally which of these drugs can be sold in the UK?

Which one of the following book is not authored by Graham Greene?

Giant’s Causeway is found in?

Under whose command the ship ‘The Golden Hind’ circumnavigated the world?

Who was Robert Burns?

Which play writer is considered to be most influential, the influence and inventions of whom is still observed in the English language?

Sir Isaac Newton was born in

The Bill of Rights that was introduced in 1689 was to establish the rights of the

Origin of Presbyterian Churches can be traced to

Where in UK is The Eden Project located?

Church of England was established by the King

‘The Enlightenment’ was supported by

To keep away Picts (ancestors of the Scottish people) a wall was built in the north of England. Which Roman Emperor built it?