Friday, 3 February 2017

Life in the UK Test » 21 พร้อมเฉลย

Life in the UK Test » 21   พร้อมเฉลย

  1. Traditionally, what do children do on Mother's Day?
  2. Forced marriage is where one or both parties do not or cannot give their consent to enter into the partnership
  3. The word 'Great Britain' refers to
    (Choose any 3 answers)
  4. When is Christmas Day?
  5. The Commonwealth Membership is
  6. If you are arrested and taken to a police station, a police office will tell you
  7. How many countries are members of the Commonwealth?
  8. The House of Lords has more powers then the House of Commons
  9. What does MEP stand for?
  10. People eat pancakes, which were traditionally made to use up foods such as egg, fat and milk before fasting during Lent
  11. Solicitors are trained lawyers who give advice on legal matters, take action for their clients and represent their clients in court
  12. The Bronze Age was followed by ______
  13. Do you need to buy a TV Licence if there are no TVs in your house but you watch it on a computer/smart phone/tablet as it's being broadcast?
  14. People open their Christmas presents during Easter
  15. The government is usually formed by the party that wins the majority of constituencies
  16. In England, Wales and Scotland, Magistrates and Justices of the Peace (JPs) usually work unpaid and do not need legal qualifications
  17. The Queen can only, in a famous phrase,
  18. Which one of these is England's largest national park?
  19. During the period of 1600, Ireland was an almost completely ______ country

  1. People in the UK are living longer than ever before because improved living standards and better health care
  2. What is the Battle of Agincourt?
  3. The Ceremonial duties performed by the monarch include, reading of Queen's Speech and opening and closing of Parliament
  4. Police officers must
    (Choose any 3 answers)
  5. How many Assembly Members are there in the National Assembly for Wales?
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