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10 England-London, Wales-Cardiff, England-London, Wales-Cardiff, Scotland-Edinburgh, Northern Ireland-Belfast Name all the parts of Great Britain and their capitals. Show them on the map
20 The Severn, 290 km, in Northern Wales What is the longest river in the U.K.? Where is it?
30 Because of warm air that comes from the Atlantic and Gulfstream Why is English climate warmer than other Northern European countries?
40 Ben Nevis in Highlands of Scotland is 1343 m high What is the highest mountain in the U.K.? How high is it? Where is it? Ben Nevis in Highlands of Scotland is 1343 m high
50 The Northern Sea; The Strait of Dover, 32 km wide The Northern Sea; The Strait of Dover, 32 km wide. What separates Great Britain from the continent? How wide is the narrowest past? What is its name?
10 The Tribes of the Iberians who came to the British Isles from the North of Spain about 3000 years ago Who were the first inhabitants of The British Isles?
, Richard I When was the Magna Carta signed? Which king signed it?
30 21 st October,1805; the British Royal Navy fought against the Fleets of France and Spain. Admiral Viscount Lord Nelson got a brilliant victory but was killed in the battle. What year did the Trafalgar battle take place? Who got the victory in it?
40 The Normans. Who brought Latin and French civilization to Britain? 4. Who brought Latin and French civilization to Britain?
50 Scotland 5. What country did the Romans give the name Caledonia?
10 he Nelsons Column The Nelsons Column 1.What monument can we see in the center of Trafalgar Square?
20 Stratford–upon-Avon, The Globe The birthplace of famous English writer W. Shakespeare, The birthplace of famous English writer W. Shakespeare, the name of his first theater?
30 It is the largest four-faced Clock Tower, chiming clock in the world. It is situated at the north-eastern end of the Houses of Parliament 3. What is Big Ben? Where is it? 3. What is Big Ben? Where is it?
40 Hyde Park 4. What park is Speakers Corner in?
50 Piccadilly Circus, There is a statue of Eros in the middle of it. 5. This round place is often called the Centre of London. What is there in the middle of it?
10 on October 31; All Hollows Eve, The Day Before All Saints Day 1.When is Halloween celebrated? 1.When is Halloween celebrated? What does the word Halloween mean?
When do Englishmen celebrate Hogmanay? a)on December 25 b) on December 31 c) on November 5 d) on October 31
30 a leek or a daffodil; a leek or a daffodil; both plants are traditionally regarded as national emblems. 3. What do Welshmen wear on St. Davids Day? Why?
40 New Years Eve 4. Auld Lang Syne is often sung on … 4. Auld Lang Syne is often sung on …
50 The London Notting Hill Carnival takes place during the bank holiday at the end of August. starting on Sunday and finishing on Monday evening, from 9am until 7pm each day. starting on Sunday and finishing on Monday evening, from 9am until 7pm each day. 5. What British festival is the second largest carnival in the world? 5. What British festival is the second largest carnival in the world? When does it take place?
10 Captain James Cook. Captain James Cook. 1. What famous English navigator discovered and explored New Zealand and eastern Australia?
Who is the architect of the famous St. Pauls Cathedral? 2. Who is the architect of the famous St. Pauls Cathedral? A. Michelangelo B. Sir Christopher Wren A. Michelangelo B. Sir Christopher Wren C. Masterly D. Charles Barry C. Masterly D. Charles Barry
30 Isaac Newton A son of a poor farmer. Studied at Cambridge, A son of a poor farmer. Studied at Cambridge, later became the President of Royal Society. Buried in Westminster Abbey. One of the greatest scientists in the world.
40 Charlie Chaplin One of the most famous English actors who was born in He was a film director and one of the most creative and influential personalities of the silent-film era. In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked him the 10th greatest male screen legend of all time.
50 Winston Churchil A political leader of Great Britain. The prime-minister from A political leader of Great Britain. The prime-minister from A British officer and a big political figure who influenced the World War II.