A Modern Thriving Society Test 2

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Sir Anthony Van Dyck was a famous:

In which of these years Britain did not host the Olympic Games?

What is the name of the Scottish painter who is the creator of the work The Origin of Painting?

How many national parks are there in England, Wales and Scotland?

Once Guy Fawkes attempted to blow up the Parliament House. In which year was that?

Fill the gap with appropriate month’s name, to complete the line of the poem ‘HOME THOUGHTS FROM ABROAD’ BY Robert Browning. Oh, to be in England now that _____s there .

Yorkshire Pudding is a famous delicacy. What exactly is it?

Whiich building in London has The Elizabeth Tower as one of its part?

Which of these is not a Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera?

Which of the family member was Muslim prophet Ibrahim willing to sacrifice before God?

What is the full form of the acronym BBC which is publicly financed broadcasting system in the UK?

Which of these is not a renowned architect?

In the British countryside which of the following cannot be considered as a leisure activity?

What is the capital city of Wales?

In which sport Ellie Simmonds is a Paralympic gold medallist?

Every year Formula 1 Grand Prix race is held in Britain.

Many television programmes in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are broadcasted in a different language.

For which of these sport activities are there ample opportunities in the UK?

Is there anything wrong with the following statement? Sir Ian Botham was the captain of the England rugby team.

Which of the following are traditional PUB /public house activities?

What is the full form of BAFTA the British equivalent of the Oscars?

Which of the following books are not an work of Graham Greene?

What are biomes known as, which are found in the Eden Project?

Which statement out of the following is correct?

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