2016 Free Practice Test 3

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People may refer to their nationality as British, English, Scottish, Welsh or Irish, but they all have British citizenship. True or False?

The values and principles of the UK are based on history and traditions. True or False?

Which is one of the fundamental principles of British life?

The Wars of the Roses were fought in _____.

Extremism or intolerance is acceptable in British society. True or False?

The Bailiwicks is a Crown dependency. True or False?

As a permanent resident or citizen of the UK you should:

Isle of Man, Bailiwicks and Guernsey are not part of the United Kingdom or overseas territories of the United Kingdom. True or False?

The Guernsey is a Crown dependency. True or False?

What are the crown dependencies of the UK?

The United Kingdom is made up of

What was the symbol of the House of Lancaster?

As a permanent resident or citizen of the UK you should:

To become a citizen or permanent resident you must:

British society is founded on fundamental values and principles which all those living in the UK should respect and support. TRUE or FALSE?

What is the official name of the UK?

The Isle of Man is a Crown dependency. It is closely linked with the UK but not part of it. True or False?

Who won the Wars of the Roses?

Respect the rights of others, including their right to their own opinions. TRUE or FALSE?

Which of the following is a British overseas territory?

Who wrote The Canterbury Tales?

Which TWO of the following are part of the UK?

The term ‘Great Britain’ does not include

What was the symbol of the House of York?

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