Friday, 3 February 2017

Life in the UK Test » 19 พร้อมเฉลย

Life in the UK Test » 19   พร้อมเฉลย

  1. The Speaker is elected by
  2. For some Scottish people, ______ is a bigger holiday than Christmas
  3. There are ______ members on the UN Security Council
  4. Northern Ireland and Scotland have their own banknotes, which are valid everywhere in the UK
  5. 1st April is the day when people may play jokes on one another, but only ______
  6. People lived in roundhouses and buried their dead in tombs called
  7. The King or Queen rules the country
  8. Citizens of the United Kingdom, the Irish Republic, or the Commonwealth, aged ______, may stand for public office
  9. People under ______ are not allowed to participate in the National Lottery
  10. The capital city of Scotland is ______
  11. Political parties are particularly busy at
  12. One of the most important responsibilities of all residents in the UK is
  13. It was during the 3rd and 4th centuries AD that the first ______ communities began to appear in Britain
  14. Bank Holidays are at the beginning of May, in late May or early June, and in August
  15. Which is April Fools' Day?
  16. Selling or buying drugs such as heroin, cocaine, ecstasy and cannabis is allowed in the UK
  17. The Ashes are a series of Test
  18. In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, serious offences are tried in front of a judge and a jury in a
  19. A popular way for people to stay in touch with friends, organise social events, and share photos, videos and opinions is possible via social networking websites such as:
    (Choose any 2 answers)

  1. What is the name of the major tennis championship in the UK?
  2. The electoral register is supervised
  3. Elections to the European Parliament use a system of ______, where seats are allocated to each party in proportion to the total number of votes it has won
  4. The Church of England is also known as The Anglican Church?
  5. The UK faces terrorist threats from Al Qa'ida, its affiliates and like-minded organisations
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