Life in the UK Mock Practice Test 2

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The 'Swinging Sixties' refers to the 1860s.

Pantomimes are plays based on fairy stories

What is Hogmanay?

During Queen Elizabeth I's reign, English settlers began to colonise

Which court deals usually with divorce cases in Scotland?

Some people rent land called ______, where they grow fruit and vegetables.

Elderly population is being declined in the UK

Florence Nightingale is famous for her work on children's education in the 19th century.

Who opens the new parliamentary session each year in the UK?

Who worked on steam power which helped the progress of the Industrial Revolution ?

The event that occurs every year on the 3rd Sunday in June is

The Speaker of the House of Commons

"The Troubles" were about

A driving licence held by a driver over 70 should be renewed ______

If your driving licence is from a country in the European Union

Which of the following is correct?

In 1805 at the Battle of Trafalgar, Admiral Nelson defeated the German fleet.

How are proceedings in Parliament recorded?

St David is the patron saint of which country of the United Kingdom?

What is played at important national occasions and at events attended by the Queen or the Royal Family?

From age ______, you can be asked to serve on a jury.

What flower is traditionally worn by people on Remembrance Day?

The first Jews to come to Britain since the Middle Ages settled in London in ______

Who built the Tower of London?