Teacher: Compete between classes to see who can go the furthest. Race between teams/individuals collecting/losing money individually. Questions slides are ordered from $100-$1,000,000. Questions should get harder. Complete answer boxes correctly. Add images (hints) if you want. Delete this slide. Ideas:
England and Scotland A England, Scotland and Wales C Great Britain, Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic. D The United Kingdom includes … Great Britain and Northern Ireland B
pound = 100 cents A pound = 100 nickels C dollar = 100 cents B pound = 100 pence D The currency of the UK is …
shamrock A thistle C rose B daffodi l D The national emblem of Northern Ireland is the …
republic. A democratic party C monarchy B parliamentary monarchy D What kind of state is the United Kingdom?
Glasgow A Newcastle-upon-Tyne C Stratford-upon-Avon B Edinburgh D Which town is the birthplace of William Shakespeare?
Windsor Palace A Buckingham Palace C Kensington Palace B St. James's Palace D What is the name of the London's residence of Queen Elizabeth II?
General Washington A Admiral Nelson C Former prime minister Winston Churchill B William the Conqueror D Whose monument stands in the centre of Trafalgar Square?
Oxford A Exeter C Cambridge B Governor D What is the oldest university of Great Britain?
Captain Drake A Armstrong C Admiral Nelson B Captain James Cook D Who was the first Englishman to come to Australia?
William Shakespeare A Robert Burns C Charles Dickens B John Lennon D This is the monument to a famous Scottish poet
Diana Spencer A Hillary Clinton C Margaret Thatcher B Joan Rowling D She was the most famous, the most beautiful, the most photographed woman in the world. Her death in a car accident became a total shock for millions of people.
King Arthur the Lion Heart A Charles I. C William the Conqueror B Alfred the Great D Who was the King of England when the Tower of London was built?
Charles Dickens A Alexander Bell C Christopher Wren B Rastrelli D He was called the Architect of London. His best-known creations are St.Pauls Cathedral in London and the Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford.
Charles I A William the Conqueror C Henry VII B Arthur D What was the name of the only English king who was beheaded?
Elisabeth I A Mary Stuart C Elisabeth II B Victoria D She came to the throne as a young woman in 1837 and reigned until her death in During her reign Britain became a rich industrial country with a developed trade, an empire with a lot of colonies.
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