Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 13

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

Who is the author of Pride and Prejudice?

The term ‘Black Death’ was associated with the disease

When did the Roman army finally leave Britain?

What is the maximum penalty amount for watching TV without having a TV licence?

Which one among the following is a part of the British Overseas Territories?

Which was the most popular profession during the Iron Age?

Which of the following does NOT come under the purview criminal law?

Ireland is not included in ‘Great Britain’

Which disease was accorded the term ‘The term Black Death’?

Under whose leadership did the Romans invade Britain in 55 BC?

First influx of Christian communities in Britain dates back to

Who decides legal verdict on lesser crimes?

The 6th of June 1944 on which ‘The allied forces’ landed in Normandy came to be known as?

The Isle of Man is included in ‘Crown Dependencies’

Legal system on disputes between landlords and tenants over issues such as repairs and eviction are addressed under the law

In which of these cities St.Paul’s Cathedral is located?

Which of the following societies evolved during the reign of Charles II?

The statue of Boudicca is located in

During the Bronze Age the typical structure of houses were

This is NOT considered a basic tenet of British life. What is it?

New Year in Scotland is also known as

Queen Elizabeth I was a

Britain’s original settlers were

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