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Тест по страноведению для 8 класса тема "Великобритания"

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8 КЛАСС ТЕСТ № 3 ВАРИАНТ 1


1. In Britain the New Year is

  1. not as widely celebrated as Xmas b) widely celebrated c) not celebrated

2. The tradition connected with the New Year is called

  1. first man b) first foot c) first woman

3. The most common type of celebration New Year is

  1. going to the restaurant b) a party c) sleeping all the night

4. The first visitor to enter the house on New Year’s morning must be

  1. a woman b) a child c) a man

5. The first visitor to enter the house on New Year’s morning must bring

  1. chocolate and wine b) food and coal c) food and wood

6. The 24th of June is

  1. the shortest day of the year b) the longest day of the year c)the lightest day of the year

7. Stonehenge is situated in

  1. Yorkshire b) Wiltshire c) Lancashire

8. Stonehenge is …. years old

  1. 5000 b) 3000 c)4000

9. The biggest stones of Stonehenge are … metres high

  1. 15 b) 12 c) 13

10. The British Queen

a) has two birthdays b) celebrates her birthday in May c) is a strange person

11. On St Valentine’s people

  1. set off firecrackers b) dye eggs c) send heart-shaped cards

12. At Easter people

  1. set off firecrackers b) dye eggs c) send heart-shaped cards

13 At Halloween

  1. set off firecrackers b) dye eggs c) make fancy costumes and put them on

14. At Guy Fawkes’ Night people

  1. set off firecrackers b) send heart-shaped cards c) make fancy costumes and put them on

15 St Valentine’s Day is celebrated

  1. on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 14th of February

16. Halloween is celebrated

  1. on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 5th of November

17 Guy Fawkes’ Night is celebrated

  1. on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 5th of November

18. Xmas is celebrated

  1. on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 5th of November

19 St Valentine was not

a) a doctor b) a priest c) teacher

20. Thanksgiving Day is celebrated

  1. On the first Sunday after the full moon after the 21th of March

  2. On the fourth Thursday of November c) On the fourth Tuesday of November






8 КЛАСС ТЕСТ № 3 ВАРИАНТ 2



1. Xmas is celebrated

a) on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 5th of November

2. St Valentine was not

a) a doctor b) a priest c) teacher

3. Thanksgiving Day is celebrated

  1. On the first Sunday after the full moon after the 21th of March

  2. On the fourth Thursday of November c) On the fourth Tuesday of November

4. At Halloween

  1. set off firecrackers b) dye eggs c) make fancy costumes and put them on

5. Halloween is celebrated

  1. on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 5th of November

6. Guy Fawkes’ Night is celebrated

  1. on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 5th of November

7. In Britain the New Year is

  1. not as widely celebrated as Xmas b) widely celebrated c) not celebrated

8. The tradition connected with the New Year is called

  1. first man b) first foot c) first woman

9. The first visitor to enter the house on New Year’s morning must be

  1. a woman b) a child c) a man

10. At Guy Fawkes’ Night people

a) set off firecrackers b) send heart-shaped cards c) make fancy costumes and put them on

11. St Valentine’s Day is celebrated

  1. on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 14th of February

12. The first visitor to enter the house on New Year’s morning must bring

  1. chocolate and wine b) food and coal c) food and wood

13. The 24th of June is

  1. the shortest day of the year b) the longest day of the year c)the lightest day of the year

14. Stonehenge is situated in

a) Yorkshire b) Wiltshire c) Lancashire

15 The most common type of celebration New Year is

a) going to the restaurant b) a party c) sleeping

16 Easter is celebrated

  1. On the first Sunday after the full moon after the 21th of March

  2. On the fourth Thursday of November c) On the fourth Tuesday of November

17. The biggest stones of Stonehenge are … metres high

  1. 15 b) 12 c) 13

18. The British Queen

a) has two birthdays b) celebrates her birthday in May c) is a strange person

19. On St Valentine’s people

  1. set off firecrackers b) dye eggs c) send heart-shaped cards

20. At Easter people

  1. set off firecrackers b) dye eggs c) send heart-shaped cards





8 КЛАСС ТЕСТ № 3 ВАРИАНТ 3


1 Easter is celebrated

a) On the first Sunday after the full moon after the 21th of March

  1. On the fourth Thursday of November c) On the fourth Tuesday of November

2. In Britain the New Year is

  1. not as widely celebrated as Xmas b) widely celebrated c) not celebrated

3. The tradition connected with the New Year is called

  1. first man b) first foot c) first woman

4. Xmas is celebrated

a) on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 5th of November

5 St Valentine was not

a) a doctor b) a priest c) teacher

6 The first visitor to enter the house on New Year’s morning must be

a) a woman b) a child c) a man

7 The first visitor to enter the house on New Year’s morning must bring

a) chocolate and wine b) food and coal c) food and wood

8. At Easter people

  1. set off firecrackers b) dye eggs c) send heart-shaped cards

9. The 24th of June is

  1. the shortest day of the year b) the longest day of the year c)the lightest day of the year

10 Stonehenge is situated in

a) Yorkshire b) Wiltshire c) Lancashire

11 At Halloween

a) set off firecrackers b) dye eggs c) make fancy costumes and put them on

12. Halloween is celebrated

  1. on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 5th of November

13. At Guy Fawkes’ Night people

  1. set off firecrackers b) send heart-shaped cards c) make fancy costumes and put them on

14 St Valentine’s Day is celebrated

a) on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 14th of February

15 Guy Fawkes’ Night is celebrated

a) on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 5th of November

16 Thanksgiving Day is celebrated

a) On the first Sunday after the full moon after the 21th of March

  1. On the fourth Thursday of November c) On the fourth Tuesday of November

17. The most common type of celebration New Year is

a) going to the restaurant b) a party c) sleeping

18 The biggest stones of Stonehenge are … metres high

a) 15 b) 12 c) 13

19. The British Queen

a) has two birthdays b) celebrates her birthday in May c) is a strange person

20 On St Valentine’s people

a) set off firecrackers b) dye eggs c) send heart-shaped cards






8 КЛАСС ТЕСТ № 3 ВАРИАНТ 4


1. Xmas is celebrated

  1. on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 5th of November

2 St Valentine was not

a) a doctor b) a priest c) teacher

3 The first visitor to enter the house on New Year’s morning must be

  1. a woman b) a child c) a man

4. The 24th of June is

  1. the shortest day of the year b) the longest day of the year c)the lightest day of the year

5 Stonehenge is situated in

a) Yorkshire b) Wiltshire c) Lancashire

6 The first visitor to enter the house on New Year’s morning must bring

a) chocolate and wine b) food and coal c) food and wood

7. Thanksgiving Day is celebrated

  1. On the first Sunday after the full moon after the 21th of March

b) On the fourth Thursday of November c) On the fourth Tuesday of November

8. In Britain the New Year is

  1. not as widely celebrated as Xmas b) widely celebrated c) not celebrated

9. The tradition connected with the New Year is called

  1. first man b) first foot c) first woman

10. The British Queen

a) has two birthdays b) celebrates her birthday in May c) is a strange person

11. Halloween is celebrated

a) on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 5th of November

12. At Easter people

a) set off firecrackers b) dye eggs c) send heart-shaped cards

13 At Halloween

a) set off firecrackers b) dye eggs c) make fancy costumes and put them on

14. At Guy Fawkes’ Night people

  1. set off firecrackers b) send heart-shaped cards c) make fancy costumes and put them on

15 St Valentine’s Day is celebrated

a) on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 14th of February

16 Guy Fawkes’ Night is celebrated

a) on the 31st of October b) on the 25th of December c) on the 5th of November

17 On St Valentine’s people

a) set off firecrackers b) dye eggs c) send heart-shaped cards

18 The biggest stones of Stonehenge are … metres high

a) 15 b) 12 c) 13

19 The most common type of celebration New Year is

a) going to the restaurant b) a party c) sleeping

20. You should ….. while eating

a) wave fork in the air b) speak with your mouth full c) use fork and knife properly


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