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British Citizenship Quiz

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Players must answer a set of questions divided into three rounds by showing a card with the correct answer (A, B, C or D). …

Players must answer a set of questions divided into three rounds by showing a card with the correct answer (A, B, C or D).

The aim of the game is to revise and learn about British cultural issues by playing the British Citizenship Quiz.

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  • 1. BRITISH CITIZENSHIP QUIZ How much do you know about the UK?
  • 2. Did you know that you must pass the "Life in the UK Test" to get your British citizenship, or to stay in Britain as a permanent resident? Let's find out if you could become a British citizen!
  • 3. FIRST ROUND
  • 4.
    • The Tube
    • The West End
    • Soho
    • Cabbie
    The underground in London is also called …
  • 5.
    • skirts
    • shamrocks
    • mittens
    • kilts
    Scots wear …
  • 6.
    • the longest river
    • the highest mountain
    • the largest county
    • the smallest island
    Ben Nevis is ...
  • 7.
    • England, Scotland and Wales
    • England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
    • England and Scotland
    • England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland
    The United Kingdom is made up of:
  • 8.
    • a seaside resort
    • a concert
    • the moon
    • the toilet
    If you go to the loo , you go to … INFORMAL ENGLISH
  • 9.
    • the blue, white and red
    • the Union Jack 
    • St George’s cross
    • the double cross
    The British flag is commonly known as …
  • 10.
    • Edinburgh
    • St. Andrews
    • Cambridge
    • Oxford
    Which is the oldest university?
  • 11.
    • Germany
    • Portugal
    • France
    • Spain
    In 2008 Sky Sports broadcast an advertisement so that British football fans could support … in the EuroCup
  • 12.
    • A dancer
    • An actor
    • A street artist
    • A singer
    Who is Banksy? ???
  • 13.
    • will lose your driving license
    • will lose points
    • will receive points
    • won’t be allowed to drive for 1 week
    If you commit a driving offence, you …
  • 14.
    • euro
    • pound
    • dollar
    • yen
    The official currency of northern Ireland is the …
  • 15.
    • The rose
    • The thistle
    • The shamrock
    • The daffodil
    Which flower is the national emblem of England?
  • 16. SECOND ROUND
  • 17.
    • Scotland
    • England
    • Wales
    • Northern Ireland
    Which UK country has bilingual road signs?
  • 18.
    • Gatwick airport
    • Standsted airport
    • Heathrow airport
    • London City airport
    The busiest airport in London is …
  • 19.
    • Prince Charles
    • Prince Harry
    • Prince Edward
    • Prince William
    Who is the current heir to the British throne?
  • 20.
    • A new type of music player
    • A monetary policy
    • A member of parliament
    • A type of postman
    What is an MP?
  • 21.
    • Manchester
    • Birmingham
    • Glasgow
    • Cardiff
    The largest city in the UK is London, which is the second largest city?
  • 22.
    • mustn’t
    • do not have to
    • should
    • have to
    In London city centre, motorists … pay the congestion charge.
  • 23.
    • England
    • Wales
    • Scotland
    • Northern Ireland
    In the Royal Coat of Arms, the unicorn stands for …
  • 24.
    • broadsheets
    • free newspapers
    • tabloids
    • quality newspapers
    The yellow press is also known as …
  • 25.
    • St. Patrick
    • St. Andrew
    • St. David
    • St. George
    Who is the patron saint of England?
  • 26.
    • An umbrella
    • A cup of tea
    • A television set
    • A type of hat
    A brolly is … INFORMAL ENGLISH
  • 27.
    • aye
    • loch
    • haggis
    • wee
    The Scottish word for lake is …
  • 28.
    • A cigarette
    • A cup of tea
    • ₤ 1
    • Cheap wine
    A quid is … INFORMAL ENGLISH
  • 29. THIRD ROUND
  • 30.
    • immigrants
    • people with a TV set /TV sets
    • American immigrants
    • people who watch some private channels
    The TV license is paid by …
  • 31.
    • Brighton
    • Stratford-upon-Avon
    • Oxford
    • Cambridge
    In which town was Shakespeare born?
  • 32.
    • The rose
    • The thistle
    • The shamrock
    • The daffodil
    What flower is the national emblem of Scotland?
  • 33.
    • A house
    • A phone box
    • A bus
    • A taxi
    What is a double-decker? ???
  • 34.
    • Belfast
    • Cardiff
    • Swansea
    • Glasgow
    What is the capital of Wales?
  • 35.
    • credit cards
    • passports
    • identity cards
    • driving licences
    British citizens don’t have …
  • 36.
    • cheap wine
    • expensive wine
    • cheap meat
    • expensive meat
    Plonk is ... INFORMAL ENGLISH
  • 37.
    • The republican and the democratic party
    • The conservative and labour party 
    • The republican and conservative party
    • The conservative and the democratic party
    Which are the largest political parties in the UK?
  • 38.
    • The obituaries
    • The agonie aunt section
    • A naked woman
    • The horoscope
    If you read The Sun , what do you find on page 3?
  • 39.
    • allowed in the countryside
    • forbidden in cities
    • allowed
    • forbidden
    In the UK, homeschooling is …
  • 40.
    • build
    • design
    • blow up
    • paint
    Guy Fawkes tried to … the Houses of the Parliament.
  • 41.
    • ale
    • lager
    • cider
    • stout
    If you want to drink a pint of strong dark beer, ask for a pint of …
  • 42. BRITISH CITIZENSHIP QUIZ And the winners are ...

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