Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 16

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For which novel the satirical novelist Evelyn Waugh best known for?

Who wrote The Canterbury Tales?

In which year did Ireland become republic?

Which is the place that is associated with the dish haggis, a sheep's stomach stuffed with offal, Suet, onions and oatmeal?

Who was Anne of Cleves, the fourth wife of Henry VIII?

From where did the Vikings come from?

From which year did the newspapers operate without a government license?

What was the other university, apart from London universities that was credited with the discovery of the DNA molecule in 1953?

What is the native of Queen Boudicca?

Which of the following is NOT one of the fundamental principles of British life?

Is selling tobacco to people less than 19 years illegal?

What is the minimum age to be a school governor or a member of a school board?

What is the name of official flag of the UK created in 1801?

In the "Common law" what does the term precedence refer to?

Who invented Hovercraft?

When did the Romans finally leave Britain?

What is the popular name of the great bell in the clock at the houses of parliament in London?

Where was Florence Nightingale born?

Where was the Scottish Grand National held?

Who was Catherine of Aragon, the first wife of Henry VIII?

What is the name of largest national park in England?

The Bronze Age was followed by

How many years ago did the farmers start migrating to Britain?

How long does a newly qualified driver need to display an R plate in Northern Ireland?

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