Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 20

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‘Armed forces’ members are eligible for public office

How many American colonies declared independence from Britain in 1776?

Who said “I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat”.

Which age came after the Bronze Age?

Indicate international meet that was held in London in the year 2012.

Church of England is also formally known as:

Hundred Years War actually lasted for how many years?

Which of these regions was chosen to remain a British Overseas Territory?

Usual opening time for pubs in the morning is

How many years did Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II complete as Queen on her 2012 jubilee?

The term Magna Carta is used for

What percentage of total population does Wales’ constitutes in the UK

Who among the following is not a poet?

Maximum penalty for watching TV without obtaining a TV licence?

In 1930 Sir Frank Whittle is credited with the discovery of?

In ‘Common Law’ the term precedence is meant to indicate

Big Ben (the Great Bell of the clock) is around?

Who was the first prime minister of Great Britain?

Number of members make up a jury in England, Wales and Northern Ireland?

Former British Prime Minister Clement Attlee belonged to

Which sport is played at the Royal Ascot?

English playwright ‘The Midsummer Night’s Dream’ was written by?

How was the power of its nobility affected during the reign of Henry VII in England?

Which item did Sir Tim Berners-Lee invent in the 1990s?

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