Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 5

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Which religion were followed / practiced by the Huguenots?

The House of Commons is more powerful than The House of Lords.

Where is St Patrick's Day celebrated on 17th March?

The clock tower is named _________ in honour of Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012.

What is the name of the place termed as the ‘Home of Golf’ in Scotland?

If police officers are corrupt or misuse their authority they are severely punished.

The Normans used a system of land ownership known as

In the 2009 Citizenship Survey, ______ of people identified themselves as Muslim.

Is the statement TRUE or FALSE?


In England structures built for living during the Bronze Age were normally of Round shape?

What type of government does the UK have?

The UK crowned Queen Victoria as its Queen in the year of ?

Boudicca was one of the tribal leaders who

The Prime Minister is

Which TWO of the following are correct?

There are ______ who are specialists in particular areas, and their knowledge is useful in making and checking laws.

Where in the UK is the Giant’s Causeway situated?

Is the statement True or False?


You can volunteer with the police, and become a special constable or a lay (non-police) representative.

One of the most famous battles of the Hundred Years War was

Queen Victoria introduced the Victoria Cross Medal during the ______

England has ______ flower associated with it and sometimes worn on national saints' day.

How long did the Romans stay in Britain ?

The "Hundred Years War" between France and Britain were actually fought for how many years?

An international organisation working to prevent war and maintain peace is

Bonfire Night occasion is celebrated on ______.