UK Citizenship Practice Test 13

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Which of the following statements are correct?

How many years ago Britain was connected to the mainland of Europe?

Is the statement below True or False.


As a citizen of the UK it is not compulsory for anyone to maintain laws and rules of the country and one can do or act as per his own will and wish.

Tentatively around which time the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms were established in Britain?

Hadrian’s Wall was built to keep out whom?

Which of the following languages were the medium of communication of the first farmers arrived in Britain?

In which Age were the COINS first made in UK ?

Who were the other people invaded Britain post AD 410 after the Romans left Britain?

Is the statement below True or False.


Britain do not welcome the people who are positive contributors to the UK.

Is the statement below True or False.


A person is referring his nationality as a Welsh. It means he is not a British citizen.

What were ‘the Troubles’ about?

Who are the people having invaded Britain during AD 789 and robbed the Britons, and took away people as slaves?

According to the historians, the first farmers after arrival built houses, tombs, monuments etc. in Britain. Can you identify any of the structures built by them.

Is the statement below True or False.


Earlier about 10000 years ago Britain was connected to the mainland of Europe.

From which of the following places did the Vikings arrive?

Which of the following is one of the fundamental principles of the UK and need to be abided by?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE?

People are able to buy National Lottery tickets in the UK if they are aged 14 or over.

Which TWO chambers form the UK Parliament?

Who was the first Archbishop of Canterbury?

Is the statement below True or False.


Anglo-Saxons were Christians when they first came to Britain.

Is the statement below True or False.


Great Britain do not include Northern Ireland.

Around 4,000 years ago, people learned to make bronze. We call this period the Bronze Age.

Which Saxon King lost to the Duke of Normandy in the battle of Hastings?

Why was William the Duke of Normandy known as William the conqueror?