Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 7

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Who wrote ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’?

Among the following which option is not a requirement for becoming a permanent resident or citizen of the UK?

In UK which of these licence is necessary for watching TV, computer or any other medium that can be used for watching TV?

Certain London buildings of the 19th century, for example: House of Parliament and St Pancras Station, follow typical architectural style. Which architectural style are these associated with?

The number of countries that are member in the Council of Europe is

5th November is renowned as

In the 11th century what was the name of the English ruled area around Dublin- Ireland?

Number of crosses in the Union Flag is?

Which expertise out of the following did the Romans bestow on Britain during their rule?

When was the ‘Forced Marriage Protection’ Orders introduced in England, Wales and Northern Ireland?

Laws that are made by the EU are also referred as

United Kingdom flag created in 1801 is popularly known as

Which was the most popular occupation of the Iron Age?

Remembrance Day is closely associated with a flower in this list. Which flower is it?

Out of the following which country did not gain its independence from the British in 1947?

In the UK the traditional pub game is

Who were called Picts?

The frequency with which the electoral register is updated?

Out of the following statement which one does NOT apply to The United Nations?

By which of the following river is the London Eye located?

The festival Hanukkah lasts for

Term Magna Carta is used to mean

Roald Dahl is renowned for?

Sherlock Holmes, the fictional detective was created by

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