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Викторина на английском языке "Do You Know Great Britain?"

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English Quiz:

Do you know Great Britain?


1. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is situated … .

a) on the continent b) on the islands c) on one big island


2. The UK total area is over … .

a) 244 000 sq.km b) 300 000 sq.km c)153 000 sq.km


3. The population of the UK is over .. .

a) 80 million b) 57 million c) 47 million


4. The UK is made up of … .

a) 3 countries b) 4 countries c) 5 countries


5. The British Isles are separated from the continent by … .

a) the English Channel b) the Atlantic Ocean c) the Gulf Stream


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6. The highest mountain in Great Britain is … .

a) Everest b) the Rocky Mountains c) Ben Nevis


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7. The longest river in Great Britain is…

a) the Severn b) the Thames c) the Avon


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8. The capital of the UK is … .

a) Edinburgh b) Belfast c) London


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9. The capital of Scotland is ….

a) Cardiff b) Edinburgh c) Belfast


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10. The capital of Wales is … .

a) London b) Belfast c) Cardiff


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11. The capital of Northern Ireland is … .

a) Stratford b) Liverpool c) Belfast


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12. The capital of England is … .

a) Manchester b) London c) Sheffield



13. The UK is a … .

a) constitutional monarchy b) parliamentary republic c) federal republic


14. The Head of the UK is … .

a) the President b) the Prime Minister c) the Queen


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15. The country is governed by … .

a) the Congress b) the Parliament c) the House of Lords


16. The British Parliament consists of … .

a) three chambers b) four chambers c) two chambers


17. The official Queen’s residence in London is … .

a) Buckingham Palace b) Westminster Palace c)Hollyrood House


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18. The original name of London was .. .

a) London b) Londonius c) Londinium


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19. The richest part of London is … .

a) Westminster b) the City c) the West End

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20. The business district of London is … .

a) the East End b) the City c) the West End


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21. The old port area in the British capital is called … .

a) Docklands b) Lowlands c) Portlands


22. London Underground is known as … .

a) The Metro b) the Tube c) the Underground

23. The coronation of all British monarchs are held in … .

a) St .Paul’s Cathedral b) Westminster Abbey c) the Trinity Church


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24. The architect of St. Paul’s Cathedral was …. .

a) Rasstrelli b) Inigo Jones c) Christopher Wren


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25. Inside the dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral there is … .

a) the Whispering Gallery b) the Speaking Gallery c) the Rumour Gallery

26. The construction of the Tower of London was begun by … .

a) King Edward the Confessor b) William the Conqueror c) Henry IV


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27.The Tower of London is guarded by … .

a) Beefeaters b) London Guards c) Royal Cavalry


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28. The geographical center of London is … .

a) The City b) Trafalgar Square c) Hyde Park


29. In the center of Trafalgar Square one can see … .

a) The National Gallery b) the Statue of Eros c) Nelson’s Column


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30. The museum of wax figures is known as … .

a)The Museum of London b)Madame Tussaud’s Museum c)the British Museum


31. In front of Buckingham Palace there is the monument to … .

a) Queen Elizabeth II b) King Edward c) Queen Victoria


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32. The British Museum is famous for its … .

a) Chamber of Horrors b) secret tunnel c) library

33. Albert Hall is the biggest … in London.

a) theatre b) concert hall c) cinema


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34. The oldest university in Great Britain is … .

a) Oxford University b) Cambridge University c) London University


35 The second largest city of Britain is … .

a) Manchester b) Birmingham c) Leeds


36. Another name of Edinburgh is … .

a) Athens of the North b) Athens of the South c) Athens of the Greek


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37. Wimbledon is famous for its … .

a) football events b) tennis events c) golf events


38. Benjamin Britten was a famous British … .

a) composer b) writer c) inventor


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39. The well-known English writer Jonathan Swift wrote about … .

a) Oliver Twist b) Treasure Island c) Gulliver’s Travels


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40. William Hoggart was a famous English …

a) musician b) politician c) artist


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41. The Museum of Moving Image in London illustrates the history of … .

a) cinema b) theatre c) London Underground


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42. November, 5 is … .

a) Thanksgiving Day b) Guy Fawkes’s Day c) Halloween


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43. The British King who had six wives was … .

a) Henry VIII b) Henry IV c) Henry VI


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44. Queen Elizabeth II belongs to the House of … .

a) Tudors b) Stuarts c) Windsors


45. The coronation of Queen Elizabeth II took place in … .

a) 1963 b) 1953 c) 1943

46. The Head of the Church of England is … .

a) the Pope b) the Archbishop c) the Queen


47. The symbol of Scotland is … .

a) a pine b) a poppy c) a thistle


48. The symbol of Northern Ireland is … .

a) a daisy b) a shamrock c) a primrose


49. The symbol of Wales is … .

a) a daffodil b) a lily c) a snowdrop


50. The symbol of England is … .

a) a red rose b) a water lily c) a forget-me-not
































Keys to the English Quiz:


1b 21a 41a

2a 22b 42b

3b 23b 43a

4b 24c 44c

5a 25a 45b

6c 26b 46c

7a 27a 47c

8c 28b 48b

9b 29c 49a

10c 30b 50a

11c 31c

12b 32c

13a 33b

14c 34a

15b 35b

16c 36a

17a 37b

18c 38a

19c 39c

20b 40c








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