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Find out how well you know about Ireland

Find out how well you know about Ireland

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  • 1. Просекина Т.В. Ireland Quiz
  • 2. Do you know Ireland well? • Read the questions and choose the correct answer to fill in the gap
  • 3. The population of Ireland is……. A 3 million B 4,234 million C 6 million
  • 4. True
  • 5. False
  • 6. Another name of the Irish Republic is………. A Eire B Greenland C Kingdom
  • 7. True
  • 8. False
  • 9. The capital of Ireland is………… A Derry B Limerick C Dublin
  • 10. True
  • 11. False
  • 12. The capital of Northern Ireland is…. A Ulster B Belfast C Cork
  • 13. True
  • 14. False
  • 15. The national symbol of Ireland is…. A O’Carolan’s Harp B Bald Eagle C the maple leaf
  • 16. True
  • 17. False
  • 18. Who is at the head of the state of Ireland? A Prime Minister B King C President
  • 19. True
  • 20. False
  • 21. The war of Independence split the island into the Independent Irish Free State and Northern Ireland. A 1919 – 1921 B 1727 - 1729 C 1889 - 1895
  • 22. True
  • 23. False
  • 24. The currency of the Irish Republic is…… A The British pound sterling B US dollar C Australian dollar
  • 25. True
  • 26. False
  • 27. The main colours of the Irish flag are…. A black white red B green white orange C green white red
  • 28. True
  • 29. False
  • 30. The Northern Ireland is washed by….. A the Irish sea B the Black sea C the Pacific ocean
  • 31. True
  • 32. False
  • 33. “ The Book of Kells” is on permanent display at………… A Trinity College B Clontarf Castle C Irish Houses of Parliament
  • 34. True
  • 35. False
  • 36. Finish the Irish proverb: “ A……is a stranger you haven’t met yet.” A brother B friend C companion
  • 37. True
  • 38. False
  • 39. People say,” May the luck of the…. Be with you!” A world B people C Irish
  • 40. True
  • 41. False
  • 42. St. Patrick is the ……saint of Ireland. A father B patron C saving
  • 43. True
  • 44. False
  • 45. St.Patrick was a Christian missionary and used a shamrock to explain about the….. to the Irish. A holy trinity B love C laws of nature
  • 46. True
  • 47. False
  • 48. A Leprechaun is a type of fairy in Irish……… A humour B cartoons C folklore
  • 49. True
  • 50. False
  • 51. St.Patrick’s Day is celebrated on the….. A 17th of March B 18th of May C 17th of April
  • 52. True
  • 53. False
  • 54. Another superstition says that if you ….. a four leaf clover it will bring you good luck. A find B will find C found
  • 55. True
  • 56. False
  • 57. The Leprechaun’s pot of gold is believed to be at the end of the…… A bush B rainbow C road
  • 58. True
  • 59. False
  • 60. The water in the …….. has been dyed green since 1962 on Patrick’s Day. A Chicago River B Shannon River C Liffey River
  • 61. True
  • 62. False
  • 63. The traditional meal is corned beef, potatoes and……… A carrots B tomatoes C cabbage
  • 64. True
  • 65. False
  • 66. The Irish Republic consists of…. counties. A 15 B 28 C 32
  • 67. True
  • 68. False
  • 69. The Irish Free state or Eire was officially proclaimed an independent state in……. A 1939 B 1949 C 1959
  • 70. True
  • 71. False
  • 72. The longest river in Ireland is…….. A the Tar B the Derry C the Shannon
  • 73. True
  • 74. False
  • 75. This Irish city name sounds like a woman’s name………. A Lena B Kate C Nina
  • 76. True
  • 77. False
  • 78. The President of Ireland is usually directly elected by the people for………….years. A five B seven C four
  • 79. True
  • 80. False
  • 81. Which other country is St.Patrick patron saint of? A Nigeria B Algeria C Cameroon
  • 82. True
  • 83. False
  • 84. The most famous feature of Blarney Castle in County Cork, Ireland is……. A the crown B the well C the stone
  • 85. True
  • 86. False
  • 87. Europe’s tallest mobile sculpture ”Wave” is in……. A Dublin B Galway C Waterford
  • 88. True
  • 89. False
  • 90. Ireland’s winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature: A George Bernand Shaw B Wlliam Faulkner C John Galsworthy
  • 91. True
  • 92. False
  • 93. The most popular sport in Ireland is….. A Ice Hockey B Gaelic Football C baseball
  • 94. True
  • 95. False
  • 96. UNESCO protects one of Northern Ireland’s top tourists attractions. What is it? A Irish oak B The Giant’s Causeway C shamrock
  • 97. True
  • 98. False
  • 99. There is a public holiday on the 12th of July in Ireland. A Pancake Day B Saint Patrick’s Day C the anniversary of the Boyne
  • 100. True
  • 101. False
  • 102. Newgrange is more than 500 years older than the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt. What is it? A the passage tomb B a castle C a city
  • 103. True
  • 104. False
  • 105. The end ;)

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