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Practice 5

  1. 1. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? London Edition
  2. 2. Instructions:Make a click on the correct answer
  3. 3. Question 1
  4. 4. London is in…A LondonB U.K.C EnglandD Spain
  5. 5. London is in…A LondonB U.K.C EnglandD Spain
  6. 6. 100 Yen
  7. 7. Question 2
  8. 8. What’s the statue in Piccadilly Circus?A FrancoB WortexC ErosD St. Paul
  9. 9. What’s the statue in Piccadilly Circus?A FrancoB WortexC ErosD S.t Paul
  10. 10. 200 Yen
  11. 11. Question 3
  12. 12. What is London’s most famous square?A Covent GardenB Trafalgar squareC Seven DialsD Russell Squares
  13. 13. How many active volcanoes in Japan?A Covent GardenB Trafalgar SqauareC Seven dialsD Russell Squares
  14. 14. 300 Yen
  15. 15. Question 4
  16. 16. Where does the Queen of England live in London?A St. Paul’s CathedralB At the streetC In a little houseD Buckingham Palace
  17. 17. Where does the Queen of England live in London?A St. Paul’s CathedralB At the streetC In a little houseD Buckingham Palace
  18. 18. 500 Yen
  19. 19. Question 5
  20. 20. The name of the mostimportant art museum in London is…A Science museumB Trafalgar museumC The national GalleryD Albert’s museum
  21. 21. Japan is made up of how many islands?A Science museumB Trafalgar museumC The national galleryD Albert’s museum
  22. 22. 1,000 Yen
  23. 23. Question 6
  24. 24. What’s the most famous store in the world?A HarrodsB ParrodsC CarrodsD Tarrods
  25. 25. What’s the most famous store in the world?A HarrodsB ParrodsC CarrodsD Tarrods
  26. 26. 2,000 Yen
  27. 27. Question 7
  28. 28. What famous school isclose to Windsor castle?A St. Paul’sB St. George’sC St. Albert’sD St. Victoria
  29. 29. What famous school isclose to Windsor castle?A St. Paul’sB St. George’sC St. Albert’sD St. Victoria
  30. 30. 4,000 Yen
  31. 31. Question 8
  32. 32. What’s the tallest building in London?A One London SquareB One Apple SquareC One Lemon SquareD One Canada Square
  33. 33. What’s the tallest building in London?A One London SquareB One Apple SquareC One Lemon SquareD One Canada Square
  34. 34. 8,000 Yen
  35. 35. Question 9
  36. 36. Where are many of the great and famous of Britain’s past buried?A FuguamiB ChickiarmiC Westminster AbbeyD Torigami
  37. 37. Where are many of the great and famous of Britain’s past buried?A FuguamiB ChickiarmiC Westminster AbbeyD Torigami
  38. 38. 16,000 Yen
  39. 39. Question 10
  40. 40. What colours make up the London flag?A red and pinkB white and blueC red and greenD white and red
  41. 41. What colours make up the Japanese flag?A red and pinkB white and blueC red and greenD white and red
  42. 42. 32,000 Yen
  43. 43. Question 11
  44. 44. Which Cathedral didChristopher Wren build?A St. Paul’s CathedralB Albert’s MuseumC Westminster AbbeyD St. Albert’s Memorial
  45. 45. Which Cathedral didChristopher Wren build?A St. Paul’s CathedralB Albert’s MuseumC Westminster AbbeyD St. Albert’s Memorial
  46. 46. £64,000
  47. 47. Question 12
  48. 48. Which of these parks is from London?A Fish parkB Pinetons parkC Pompeu FabraD Central Park
  49. 49. Which of these parks is from London?A Fish parkB Pinetons parkC Pompeu FabraD Central Park
  50. 50. 125,000 Yen
  51. 51. Question 13
  52. 52. What was the name of Queen Victoria’s husband?A Prince PaulB Prince ErosC Prince AlbertD Prince of Love
  53. 53. What was the name of Queen Victoria’s husband?A Prince PaulB Prince ErosC Prince AlbertD Prince of love
  54. 54. 250,000 Yen
  55. 55. Question 14
  56. 56. Who was Madame Tussaud?A A famous QueenB A famous sculptressC A famous writerD A famous actress
  57. 57. Who was Madame Tussaud?A A famous QueenB A famous sculptressC A famous writerD A famous actress
  58. 58. 500,000 Yen
  59. 59. Question 14
  60. 60. What’s a Bobby?A a policemanB a form of transportC a drinkD a famous rock star
  61. 61. What’s a Bobby?Yes, A Bobby is a policeman!!!
  62. 62. £1,000,000 Yen
  63. 63. Congratulations! Now you are millionaire!!!
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