Sunday, 5 February 2017

Life in the UK Test » 27 พร้อมเฉลย

Life in the UK Test » 27   พร้อมเฉลย

  1. Around 4,000 years ago, people learned to make bronze, we call this period
  2. The Council of Europe is ______ for the protection and promotion of human rights in member countries
  3. St George is the Patron Saint of ______
  4. More serious civil cases (for example, when a large amount of compensation is being claimed) are dealt with in the ______ in England, Wales and Northern Ireland
  5. ______ first visited Britain in AD 789 to raid coastal towns and take away goods and slaves
  6. In Scotland, serious cases are heard in a ______ with either a sheriff or a sheriff with a jury
  7. Good citizens are an asset to the UK
  8. The Council of Europe has ______ member countries, including the UK
  9. The UK is located in the ______ west of Europe
  10. There are also several islands which are closely linked with the UK but are not part of it:
    (Choose any 2 answers)
  11. In Britain its tradition to eat ______ on Christmas
  12. The official name of the country is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  13. Cricket originated in ______ and is now played in many countries
  14. Areas of what is now Scotland were never conquered by
  15. The United Kingdom's constitution is written by
  16. Adult citizens of other EU states who are resident in the UK can vote in all elections
  17. When did people learn how to make weapons and tools out of iron?
  18. In Elizabeth I's time, English settlers first began to colonise the eastern coast of
  19. What are the Grand National, FA Cup, the 'Open' and Wimbledon?

  1. The second-largest party in the House of Commons is called
  2. The UK is a Security Council member of ______
  3. Eid ul-Fitr and Diwali are the National days
  4. On April Fool's day people normally give each other presents
  5. Many people continue to visit ______ for holidays and for leisure activities such as walking, camping and fishing

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