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Life in the UK Test » Test 12

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1. The people of the Bronze Age were accomplished
stoneworkers
metalworkers
woodworkers
glassworkers
2. The Northern Ireland Assembly has ______ elected members, known as MLAs (members of the Legislative Assembly)
108
118
128
138
3. Tobacco should not be sold to anyone under the age of
14
16
18
21
4. Until what time do people play jokes on one another on April Fool's Day?
Until 9 PM
Until 5 PM
Until noon
Until midnight
5. What is the traditional Christmas meal?
Fish and chips, followed by tea
Roast turkey and pudding made from suet, dried fruit and spices
Oatmeal with blueberries and apple pudding
Meat sausages with mashed potatoes
6. There are charities which may help people who cannot afford to pay a vet
True
False
7. Where is the Welsh language spoken?
London
Ireland
Wales
Highlands and Islands of Scotland
8. What does Christmas Day celebrate?
New Year
The end of the year
The birth of Jesus Christ
The end of the Second World War
9. On election day, you will get your ballot paper, which you take to a polling booth to
fill in front of the polling officer
fill in privately
read in front of the polling officer
10. St Andrew's Day is on the ______
23rd November
17th November
30th November
11. Drivers can use their driving licence until they are 70 years old, after that, The licence is valid for ______ year(s) at a time after driver reaches 70 years of age
one
two
three
five
12. Who is the patron saint of Northern Ireland and on which date is the feast day?
St Patrick 17th March
St Kieran 17th March
St Swithin 25th September
St Sean 1st October
13. Most shops in the UK are open ______ days a week
four
five
six
seven
14. How many members does The Northern Ireland Assembly have?
108
118
128
138
15. The leader of the opposition appoints senior opposition MPs to be
Shadow Ministers
Home Secretary
Chancellor of the Exchequer
16. The name of Admiral Nelson's ship was HMS ______
Resolution
Victory
Discovery
Bounty
17. You must pay road tax for your car
True
False
18. British branches of international charity organisations includes
Age UK
British Red Cross
National Trust
19. The Prime Minister is the head of the Commonwealth
True
False
20. More serious civil cases (for example, when a large amount of compensation is being claimed) are dealt with in the ______ in Scotland
Sheriff Court
Court of Session in Edinburgh
High Court
Peace Courts
21. Where can you get details about the small claims procedure?
(Choose any 2 answers)
from your local County Court
from your council office
from a Bus station
from Sheriff Court
22. Henry VIII needed the approval of the ______ to divorce his first wife
Bishop
Priest
Judge
Pope
23. ______ law is used to settle disputes between individuals or groups
criminal
civil
canon
common
24. Hannukah is celebrated to remember the Jews' struggle for religious freedom and it is in November or December for ______ days
six
seven
eight
nine
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The test is based on the offical book "Life in the UK Handbook 3rd Edition: A Guide for New Residents"