New Life in the UK 3rd Edition Test 11

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Shakespeare was a great English playwright. TRUE or FALSE?

Which of the following statements is correct?

What is a fundamental principle of British life?

What is the title of the UK National Anthem?

Which of the following statements is correct?

Which of the following statements is correct?

D-Day refers to what event in British history?

Which TWO principles are included in the European Convention on Human Rights?

In everyday language people may say, ‘rain stopped play’. With which sport is this phrase associated?

Who do some local councils appoint as a ceremonial leader?

Which TWO of the following were famous Victorians?

Which part of the UK is associated with Robert Burns (1759–96)?

Which sport can be traced back to 15th-century Scotland?

Which is the UK’s most popular sport?

What were TWO important aspects of the Reform Act of 1832?

Which of the following statements is correct?

The Home Secretary is the government minister responsible for managing relationships with foreign countries. TRUE or FALSE?

What must police officers do?

In 1833 a law abolished slavery throughout the British Empire. TRUE or FALSE?

The Channel Islands are a part of the UK. TRUE or FALSE?

Which TWO of the following issues can the Northern Ireland Assembly make decisions on?

People over 75 years of age do not have to pay for a television licence. TRUE or FALSE?

By joining a political party, what TWO activities might you be involved in?

Which TWO people are famous UK sports stars?

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