Life in the UK Test 3rd Edition Practice 8

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The 3rd Sunday of June is remembered as

The Church of England is formally known as

Constituencies that have very few voters are termed as

Second World War lasted for?

What is the name of the organization that is formed comprising of European and North American nations, meant to protect each other in case of an attack.

In which part of the UK is the Giant’s Causeway located?

For how many years did Her Majesty ‘Queen Elizabeth II’ reigned as Queen on her 2012 Diamond Jubilee?

Name of the sport in which Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button are often found to be competing?

Which prehistoric monument located in the English county of Wiltshire is still seen as a landmark?

Second largest party in the House of Commons is known as

What was the name of the author of ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’?

The area around Dublin- Ireland that was ruled by the English in the 11th century was called

The National symbol for Northern Ireland is

Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy was an work of

David Allan best known for which of the following Genres?

The term precedence in ‘Common law’ refers to

Random selection of Jurors is made from the electoral register

Name the period that came after The Bronze Age.

How many crosses are found on the Union Flag?

Who invented Hovercraft?

In the UK what is the highest denomination in pound sterling allowed for circulation?

Age at which a person can stand for Parliament is

The Channel Islands are governed by their own governments

Where did the Vikings come from?

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