TheUKTest

Life in the UK Test » Test 25

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1. What is Christmas day?
The birth of Jesus Christ
Holidays
The death of Jesus Christ
2. How many wives did Henry VIII have?
3
4
5
6
3. Britain has a constitutional monarchy
True
False
4. How old do you have to be to have your name placed on the electoral register
16 or over
18 or over
21 or over
25 or over
5. Giving blood only takes about ______ to do
10 minutes
1 hour
3 hours
24 hours
6. A marriage should be entered into with the full and free consent of
the parents of both people involved
both people involved
the father of the husband
7. The Prime Minister appoints
The members of the cabinet
The Queen
Members of the Parliament
8. The English kings left France in the ______
1050s
1150s
1250s
1450s
9. If no party wins a majority, two parties may join together to form a coalition
True
False
10. William became king of ______ and is known as William the Conqueror
England
Scotland
Northern Ireland
Wales
11. What is the highest denomination bank note in England?
£10
£20
£50
£100
12. When did people learn to make bronze?
Around 4,000 years ago
Around 5,000 years ago
Around 6,000 years ago
Around 7,000 years ago
13. Who is responsible for keeping the dog under control?
The doctor
The owner
The council
The breeder
14. January 1st is a Public Holiday in The UK
True
False
15. How old must you be to be able to buy a lottery ticket or scratch card?
16
17
18
21
16. The capital city of the UK is ______
Edinburgh
London
Cardiff
Belfast
17. When did the Queen come to the throne?
1953
1952
1951
1950
18. In the UK, you need to be at least ______ years old to ride a moped
16
17
18
21
19. If you have a licence from any non EU country, you
may use it in the UK for up to 12 months
may use it in the UK for up to two years
may use it in the UK for up to three years
must pass the UK driving test before you can drive
20. In the 2009 Citizenship Survey, ______ of people identified themselves as Muslim
2%
4%
8%
10%
21. Each country in the UK also has its own national Football team that competes with other national teams across the world in tournaments
True
False
22. The Magna Carta established the idea that even the king was subject to the law
True
False
23. The population in the UK in 2010 was
just under 58 million
just over 58 million
just under 60 million
just over 62 million
24. In 1348, a disease, probably a form of plague, came to Britain was known as the
Great Mortality
Black Death
Great Pestilence
Great Plague
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The test is based on the offical book "Life in the UK Handbook 3rd Edition: A Guide for New Residents"