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Life In The UK Test Practice 7

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Do You Know Which patron Saint has a white cross on a blue ground?

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The Union Flag consists of three crosses: The cross of St George, patron saint of England, is a red cross on a white ground.

Is Below Statment is True OR False ? Women over 21 were allowed to vote for the first time in 1969

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The voting franchise was also extended to women over 30, and then in 1928 to men and women over 21. In 1969.

Is Below Statment is True OR False ? Radar was developed by Scotsman Sir Robert Watson-Watt

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Do You Know The Blitz is associated which event?

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Despite winning the Battle of Britain, the German air force was able to continue bombing London and other British cities at night-time.

Is Below Statment is True OR False ? EEC was set up in 1957 by six countries

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The UK originally decided not to join this group but it became a member in 1973. There are now 28 EU member states.

Is Below Statment is True OR False ? Sir Edward Elgar is known for his famous music work The Planets

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More recently, important composers include Gustav Holst (1874–1934), whose work includes .

Is Below Statment is True OR False ? Conditions in Ireland in the 19th century were much better than in the rest of the UK

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Is Below Statment is True OR False ? Those who don’t respect the law should not expect to be allowed to become permanent residents

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If you don’t respect the law you should not expect to be allowed to settle in the UK

Do You Know ‘The Mousetrap’,’Jesus Christ Superstar’ and ‘Evita’ are examples of British what?

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They are examples of theatre plays.

Is Below Statment is True OR False ? £10 £20 £50 £100 are the only banknotes currently allowed in the UK

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Do You Know Who had a great influence on the English language?

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Shakespeare had a great influence on the English language and invented many words that are still common today.

Do You Know Who established the Church of England?

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To divorce his first wife, Henry needed the approval of the Pope. When the Pope refused, Henry established the Church of England.

Do You Know How old do you have to be to stand for election as an MP?

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Anyone aged 18 or over can stand for election as an MP.

Do You Know Which TWO of these are core values and responsibilities of the British society?

Please select 2 correct answers

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to vote in local and national government elections. to work to provide for yourself and your family

Do You Know Who of the following is associated with the Bonfire Night?

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Bonfire Night, 5 November, is an occasion when people in Great Britain set off fireworks at home or in special displays.

Do You Know Which TWO countries took part in the development of Concorde?

Please select 2 correct answers

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New styles of architecture, including high-rise buildings and the use of concrete and steel, became common.

Is Below Statment is True OR False ? Christmas Day celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ

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Christmas Day, 25 December, celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ

Is Below Statment is True OR False ?Big Ben was named ‘Elizabeth Tower’ in honour of Queen Elizabeth I

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Big Ben is the nickname for the great bell of the clock at the Houses of Parliament in London.

Do You Know How often do the PM’s questions take place?

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The leader of the opposition leads his or her party in pointing out what they see as the government’s failures and weaknesses.

Do You Know In which TWO countries were PCCs elected in?

Please select 2 correct answers

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In November 2012, the public elected Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) in England and Wales.

Do You Know James Watt was famous for his work on what?

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James Watt’s work on steam power, helped the progress of the Industrial Revolution.

Do You Know What is the Church of England also known as in Scotland and the US?

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Do You Know When did newspapers begin to operate without a government licence?

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which are not controlled by the government). From 1695.

Do You Know Where were the MacDonalds of Glencoe originally from?

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The MacDonalds of Glencoe were late in taking the oath and were all killed.

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