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  • 1. Sightseeing in London Ljudmila Medvedeva Ühisgümnaasium 2003 Koolitaja : Olga Anisimova 2003
  • 2. 1.The Thames is the name of
    • a) a tower.
    • b) a river.
    • c) a square.
  • 3. 2.Piccadilly Circus is
    • a) the meeting point of six streets.
    • b) the London Circus.
    • c) one of London’s concert halls.
  • 4. 3.The London home of the Queen(Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II) is
    • a) Windsor Castle.
    • b) Buckingham Palace.
    • c) the Palace of Westminster .
  • 5. 4.The London Zoo is in
    • a) Hyde Park.
    • b) St James’s Park.
    • c) Regent’s Park.
  • 6. 5. Speaker’s Corner is in
    • a) Hyde Park.
    • b) St James’s Park.
    • c) Regent’s Park.
  • 7. 6. The architect Sir Christopher Wren ’ s greatest work was
    • a)      The British Museum.
    • b)      Westminster Abbey.
    • c)      St. Paul’s Cathedral
    •  
  • 8. 7. The statue of Admiral Nelson is in
    • a)      Piccadilly Circus.
    • b)      Trafalgar Square.
    • c)      the Tower of London.
  • 9. 8.Westminster Abbey is
    • a) a royal cathedral.
    • b) a royal church.
    • c) a royal museum.
  • 10. 9. You can see them (“Beefeaters”)
    • a) near Buckingham Palace.
    • B) at Whitehall.
    • c) in the Tower of London.
  • 11. 10. Londoners call London’s Underground railway
    • a)    the metro.
    • b)    the subway.
    • c) the tube
  • 12. 11. The Tower of London was built in 11 th century as
    • a) a royal palace.
    • b) a prison.
    • c) a fortress.
  • 13. 12. The National Library is in…
    • a) the British Museum.
    • b) the Tate Gallery.
    • c) the National Gallery. 
  • 14. 13. The residence of English Prime Minister is in
    • a) Whitehall.
    • b) Downing Street.
    • c) Fleet Street.
  • 15. 14. The famous clock tower Big Ben is a part of
    • a) the Tower of London.
    • b)the Palace of Westminster.
    • c)Westminster Abbey.
  • 16. 15.The Queen’s gold and diamonds are kept in
    • a) the Tower of London.
    • b) Buckingham Palace.
    • c) Westminster Abbey.
    •  
  • 17. 16. The tourists can watch Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace at 11. 30 a.m.
    • a) on holidays .
    • b) only at weekends.
    • c) every day.
  • 18. 17. Oxford street is London’s
    • a) main shopping centre.
    • b) ”the press” street.
    • c) street with many government buildings.
  • 19. 18. The Union Jack, the flag of the United Kingdom, is made up of
      • a) two crosses.
      • b) three crosses.
      • c) four crosses.
  • 20. 19. Most of London’s banks and offices are in
    • a) the City.
    • b) the West End.
    • c) the East End.
  • 21. 20. The ravens live in the Tower of London as
    • a) very nice birds.
    • b) its guard.
    • c) a part of its history.