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GREAT BRITAIN QUIZ
ROUND 1 COUNTRIES, CAPITALS, FLAGS
Match the names of the countries with their capitals and flags England Scotland Wales Northern Ireland 1 2 3 4 London Edinburg Belfast Cardiff
ROUND 2 Symbols
England Scotland Wales Northern Ireland Match the national symbol with the name of the country
ROUND 3 What? Where? When?
Who is the national hero of Britain, the defender of the poor? Who is considered to be the national poet of Scotland? What is the London home of the Queen? What was the first most terrible prison in Great Britain? How is the British flag often called? Who was the first woman Prime Minister of Great Britain? What English scientist did an apple fall on his head and help him to discover a physics law? Where are the British kings and queens crowned? Which was the year of the Great Fire in London? What is the famous airport in London? How is the London underground often called? What is Hamley’s? What’s the highest mountain in the UK? Who lives at 10 Downing Street in London? The mysterious Loch Ness Monster is from …
What city stands on the river Thames? The legend says that without them the Tower will fall. Where is London’s zoo? The Princess Diana was the wife of …? Sir Christopher Wren built … In what city did the Beetles start their career? What is the name of the well-known Scottish poet? Why do the British speak so much about the weather? What can you see at Madam Tussaud’s Museum? What animal is pictured on the national flag of Wales? What London museum has the biggest collection of books? The museum at Baker Street in London is devoted to this character. What English writer was born on Stradford-upon-Avon? Which of the London museums has the Whisper Gallery? In this country the national clothes are the skirts.
Round 4 Name the famous places of interest
Round 5 Famous British People
Match the names of the famous people with their achievements and descriptions 1. Isaac Newton a. afamous painter 2. Alexander Bell b. wrote “Robinson Crusoe” 3. William Turner c. created SherlockHolmes 4. Jonathan Swift d. “Theiron lady” 5. Alexander Fleming e. openedpenicillin 6. Conan Doyle f. Wrote “Alice in Wonderland” 7. Lewis Carol g. invented a telephone 8. Margaret Thatcher h.a well-known Scottish poet 9. Rudyard Kipling i. thelegendary group“Beatles” 10. Robert Burns j. the author of “The Jungle Book (Mowgli)” 11. William Shakespeare k. wrote “The Adventures of Gulliver” 12. Daniel Defoe l. The most famous English writer, the author of “Romeo and Juliet” 13. JohnLennon,George Harrison,Paul McCartney,RingoStarr m.opened the law of universal gravitation
Round 6 PROVERBS
Betterlatethannever EastorWest-homeisbest My home is my castle Live and learn All'swellthatendswell Curiositykilledthecat Don’t carry yourcoals to Newcastle Rome was not built in a day A friend in need is a friend indeed Business before pleasure Brevity is the soul of wit The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence Actions speak louder than words A cat in glovescatches no mice Handsome is that handsome does The leopard cannot change his spots There is no smoke without fire Every thing is good in its season
ROUND 7 HOLIDAYS
True or false? In Britain Christmas is celebrated on the 25-st of December. On the 31-st of October the British celebrate Easter. “Jack-o’-Lantern” is made from melon. The British play jokes and tricks on the 1-st of May. On St. Patrick’s Day the Irish dress in red and wear a rose on their clothes. Mother’s Day is celebrated in May.
Eggs and chocolate rabbits are the symbol of Easter. Good Friday is the Friday before Christmas. Hogmanay is the Irish name of New Year’s Eve. The British remember those who died in the World Wars on Remembrance Day. On the 7-th of November the English celebrate Guy Fawkes’ Day. Boxing Day is celebrated on the 26 of December. True or false?
ROUND 8 Solve the crossword, find the key word
What is the traditional Christmas dish in Britain? “Winnie-the-Pooh” was written by Alan … What is the name of the British Queen? The name of the famous British politician was Winston … What is the oldest university in Britain? St. Valentine’s Day is observed in … (month) What was the political nickname of Margaret Thatcher? … Lady? Solve the crossword and find the key to complete the sentence- The British royal coat-of-arms shows a lion and a … 4 2 3 5 6 7 1
A lion and a unicorn
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