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The official home of the British royal family in London, containing almost 600 rooms.
Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace
A theatre where Shakespeare’s plays were first performed. Destroyed in the 17th century, rebuilt in 1996.
The Globe Theatre The Globe Theatre
It is the tallest Ferris wheel in Europe, and the most popular paid tourist attraction in the United Kingdom
London Eye London Eye
It is a famous road junction, built in 1819. It is situated close to major shopping and entertainment areas in the heart of the West End.
Piccadilly Circus Piccadilly Circus
A fortress, built in the 11th century. Early in its history it was a royal residence and prison, now it’s a museum.
The Tower of London The Tower of London
A bridge which crosses the River Thames, just to the east of the Tower of London. Often used as a symbol of London.
Tower Bridge Tower Bridge
A very large gothic church in Westminster. Almost all British kings and queens have been crowned there
Westminster Abbey Westminster Abbey
The building in which the members of the British parliament meet.
Houses of Parliament Houses of Parliament
A large park in central London, which includes a speaker’s corner, a place where ordinary people can make speeches.
Hyde Park Hyde Park
One of the most distinctive buildings in the City of London. It’s the blue coloured, glass office tower.
The Gherkin The Gherkin
A museum that contains models of famous people, both living and dead, made of wax. It was started in 1802.
Madame Tussaud’s Madame Tussaud’s
A famous building which contains a large and important collection of ancient art, writings, coins, drawings
The British Museum The British Museum
Guards at the Tower of London, who wear a traditional old-fashioned red uniforms and guard the crown jewels.
A typical British bus with two levels. Some of them specialise in short sight-seeing tours for tourists.
A double ducker A double ducker
A small building containing a telephone for use by the public.
A phone box A phone box
An official metal box in a public place, into which people can put letters to be collected and sent by post.
A mailbox mailbox
Can you recognize these famous English people? (Write their name and occupation)
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First do the quiz and then write the letter of the correct answer to the corresponding numbers in the crossword Who was the longest serving British monarch? b) Queen Elizabeth I f) Queen Victoria n) Queen Mary 2. Who wrote ‘Wuthering Heights’? a) Charlotte Bronte o) Emily Bronte i) Anne Bronte 3. Who is the founder of the Theory of Evolution? s) Charles Darwin g) Isaac Newton p) George Stevenson 4. Which of the following bands is not British? j) The Rolling Stones k) Pink Floyd l) U2
5. Which of the following actors is not a Sir? c) Charlie Chaplin x) Peter Ustinov b) Roger Moore 6. What did Isaac Newton discover? e) the Theory of Relativity a) the Law of Gravitation u) the phenomenon of electromagnetism 7. Who wrote the ‘Lord of the Rings’? h) J.R.R. Tolkien v) J.K. Rowling m) Lewis Carroll
8. Which actress played in ‘The Pirates of the Carribean’? y) Cameron Diaz z) Gwyneth Paltrow w) Keira Knightley 9. Which of the following actors has not played the role of ‘James Bond’? g) Roger Moore q) Michael Caine p) Daniel Craig 10. What was Florence Nightingale’s profession? d) a doctor m) a teacher r) a nurse
11. Who is the ‘father’ of ‘Sherlock Holmes’? d) Sir Arthur Conan Doyle c) Agatha Christie f) George Orwell 12. In which sport was Bobby Moore famous? g) soccer j) cricket l) tennis 13. Who was the first to contact the Australian Aborigines? i) Francis Drake e) James Cook w) Sir Walter Raleigh 14. In what age was Queen Elizabeth II crowned? m) 25 n) 27 t) 30
15. Who said ‘To be or not to be’? u) Lord Byron o) Charles Dickens y) William Shakespeare 16. Who is said to be a non-historical figure? x) Robin Hood c) King Arthur h) Jack the Ripper 17. Winston Churchill was awarded the Nobel Prize of r) medicine a) peace i) literature
18. How many of his wives did Henry VIII have executed? k) 1 c) 2 p) 3 19. When did Prince Charles marry Diana? z) 1980 j) 1981 q) 1982 20. When was John Lennon murdered? m) 1980 n) 1985 s) 1978 21. Alexander Fleming received a Nobel Prize for discovering t) the penicillin p) the radio u) the telephone
22. What was Mary Shelley to Percy Byshe Shelley? v) his sister u) his daughter z) his wife 23. Who is known as ‘Mr Bean’? g) Ben Kingsley p) Rowan Atkinson n) Colin Firth 24. Who starred in ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’? u) Audrey Hepburn v) Elizabeth Taylor b) Julie Andrews 25. Who entered the Guinness Book for selling more than 1.6 million tickets in one day? k) Elton John d) David Bowie v) Robbie Williams 26. Which team did David Beckam use to play for? k) Manchester United l) Liverpool a) Aberdeen
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