Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 4

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What is the name by which people of the whole world know the World’s Largest Clock Tower located near to the Palace of Westminster in London?

In 20th Century what is the most successful joint aviation landmark project of UK with France, the result of which was operative for 27 yrs. all over the Globe?

How many constituencies are there in whole of the UK for which MPs are elected?

Which of the following statements is correct?

In consequent to so many faiths and beliefs some Church in England even today follows that old Prayer Book which was written during the regime of King Edward VI. What was the name the prayer book?

What TWO actions can a judge take if a public body is not respecting someone’s legal rights?

In which year Oliver Cromwell breathed his last?

What is the name of the organisation which responsible for prevention of war and establishment of Global peace?

Which of the following statements is correct?

In which country Florence Nightingale was born?

Which TWO persons are popular authors of Novels of 19th century?

In the UK what is the percentage of Children living under single parenting families?

Which of the following was never owned by Charles II in his life time?

Around which period establishment of Anglo Saxon kingdoms were noted in Britain?

Which TWO records tell us about England during the time of William I?

What is the approximate percentage of English people found to be religious and regular visitor of Church?

What is the National Flower of Scotland?

Is the statement below True or False.


Once you become a citizen of the UK, it does not fall as mandatory to maintain laws and rules of the country and you can do or act as per your own will and wish.

Is the statement below True or False.


The UK is the first country to be successful in Cloning mammals.

Which king defeated the Vikings?

What was the name of the Battle in which Duke of Wellington fought with Napoleon and also defeated him?

Indicate the name of the terrible Battle fought in 1916 in which the figure of casualties of British soldiers on the very first day was more than 60,000?

Is the statement TRUE or FALSE?


Statistics of the recent survey shows that nearly 50% of the young adult population has consumed Drugs at least once in their life time.

Which of these statements is correct?

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