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Life In The UK Test Practice 11

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Do You Know How is the Church of England often called?

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The Anglican Church

Is Below Statment is True OR False ?St George is the national saint of Northern Ireland

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1 March: St David’s Day, Wales 17 March: St Patrick’s Day, Northern Ireland

Do You Know Which of the following was written by Lord Byron?

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Is Below Statment is True OR False ?Henry VIII’s fourth wife, Anne of Cleves was a Spanish princess

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Is Below Statment is True OR False ?Only members of the public who have their name on the electoral register can listen to debates in the Palace of Westminister in the House of Lords

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Do You Know What do the Brit Awards celebrate?

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Do You Know Magistrates and Justices of the Peace (JPs) are members of what?

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Local Community

Do You Know People living and working in towns after Black Death led to the development of what?

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Following the Black Death, the smaller population meant there was less need to grow cereal crops.

Do You Know In Elizabeth I’s time, English settlers began to colonise which part of the world?

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Do You Know Which official holiday is celebrated on the 30th November in Scotland?

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Do You Know What are TWO of the activities that you might be involved in when canvassing?

Please select 2 correct answers

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Political parties are particularly busy at election times. Members work hard to persuade people to vote for their candidates – for instance.

Do You Know In which UK country can you find the best preserved prehistoric village in northern Europe?

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Skara Brae on Orkney, off the north coast of Scotland, is the best preserved prehistoric village in northern Europe.

Do You Know In which years did British Film Studios flourish?

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British studios flourished in the 1930s. The 1950s and 1960s were a high point for British comedies.

Do You Know Which of the following is a fundamental principle of British Life?

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The fundamental principles of British life include: Democracy

Is Below Statment is True OR False ?Discrimination in the workplace is a criminal offence

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An example of civil laws are disputes over wages and cases of unfair dismissal or discrimination in the workplace.

Do You Know Which of these statements is correct?

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Is Below Statment is True OR False ?At the beginning of the Middle Ages, Ireland was an independent country

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At the beginning of the Middle Ages, Ireland was an independent country.

Is Below Statment is True OR False ? It is illegal for shops and businesses to not accept the banknotes of Northern Ireland and Scotland

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Is Below Statment is True OR False ?The Welsh language, spoken in Wales and is taught in schools and universities, is a completely different language from English

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Do You Know How long does it take to give blood?

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Donated blood is used by hospitals to help people with a wide range of injuries and illnesses.

Do You Know Who is considered ineligible to do jury service?

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Everyone who is summoned to do jury service must do it unless they are not eligible (for example, because they have a criminal conviction).

Do You Know Who gets appointed by local authorities to be the ceremonial leader of the council?

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Do You Know Which TWO British Actors have recently won Oscars?

Please select 2 correct answers

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Is Below Statment is True OR False ? Falkland Islands are a Crown Dependency

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