A Modern Thriving Society Test 9

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Which of the following statements is correct?

What is Lucky Jim?

On which part of the UK did Sir Walter Scott write about?

Approximately, what was the total population in UK in 2010?

With what activity is the O2 Arena in Greenwich connected?

Which are the two rival University teams between which a famous boat race is contested on the River Thames each year?

The official church of the state in Britain is the Church of England, which is called the Episcopal Church in Scotland and the US and where else in the world?

Which imaginary fictional detective was created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle?

Which of the following statements is correct?

What is the name of the flower to be put in the gap to complete the final word of this extract from William Wordsworth's famous poem. ... all at once I saw a crowd, a host of golden ______

Which of the following films was directed by David Lean?

In UK what is the London Eye?

Which of the population statistics below accurately describes state wise population distribution in UK?

Which religion was Guy Fawkes from, of Gunpowder Plot fame?

In the UK people of over what age are eligible for a free television licence?

Which of the following is also known as Sir Edward Elgar Pomp and Circumstance March No 1?

Indicate the incorrect statement?

Find out from the following what is wrong with the statement. Musicals such as Cats, The Phantom of the Opera and Evita was written by Tim Rice in collaboration with Julian Lloyd Webber.

The word Khalsa is associated with which community in the UK?

Lighted Candles housed in Pumpkins, are used to celebrate which tradition?

How many different track and field events comprise the heptathlon?

Which of these following statements about ethnic diversity in the UK is NOT true?

In the UK what is name of the event that is celebrated by decorating a tree?

Where in the UK is National Horse racing Museum located?