Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 17

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What is the name of the residence of the British prime minister?

Who defeated The Vikings?

Did Rudyard Kipling born in South Africa?

Which two countries collaborated together in the development of the supersonic passenger aircraft, Concorde?

How many years of accession did Queen HM Elizabeth II celebrate on 2012 Diamond Jubilee?

Who was the author of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?

What was the percentage of people who said that they belonged to no religion in 2009 citizenship survey?

What is the title given to the person who chairs the debates in the House of Commons?

10 Downing Street is the official residence of

Who was the famous poet behind Auld Lang Syne?

To which the language of Iron Age was associated?

Who was the first prime minister of Great Britain?

Which British law issues the decisions on repairs and evictions between landlords and tenants?

Which two countries jointly developed the world's only supersonic passenger aircraft, the Concorde?

In the year 1939, which country was invaded by Germany and thus provoked UK to declare war on Germany?

Florence Nightingale was born in which country?

Which country in the year 1982 invaded The Falklands and thus prompting UK to send naval forces in defense?

The Magna Carta is a popular term for

How many countries represent the United Nations (UN)?

In which year did the Concorde, the world's only supersonic passenger aircraft take first flight?

How much percentage of the total population of the UK constitutes Scotland?

The Channel Islands are self-governing dependencies of the Crown of England but they are not part of the United Kingdom.

The Scottish physician and researcher John Macleod is associated with the discovery of

Who was Robert Burns?