Life in the UK Test Practice 2024

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The pass mark for this practice Life in the UK test is 18 out of 24 and you will get an instant pass or fail grade after submitting your answers. Good luck!

1. Which statement below is correct?

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2. TRUE or FALSE: Lobby and pressure groups work to influence government policies in Britain.

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3. TRUE or FALSE: Montserrat and the Cayman Islands are British Overseas Territories.

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4. What historic event took place in England in 1066?

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5. A speech is normally given to open the new parliamentary session each year, who gives this speech?

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6. Which of the following events extended the maximum duration of Parliament to 10 years?

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7. Where in the UK would you find Skara Brae?

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8. Income derived from TV licensing payments are used to ___.

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9. All of these are traditional UK foods EXCEPT:

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10. TRUE or FALSE: An allotment is a piece of land that is rented for the purpose of growing fruits and vegetables.

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11. In which year did the United Kingdom join the EU?

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12. Housesteads and Vindolanda are names of famous ____.

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13. Boxing Day is normally celebrated ___.

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14. Which statement below is true?

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15. What do Sir William Golding and Harold Pinter have in common?

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16. Which statement below is true?

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17. TRUE or FALSE: You must be at least 16 years old to ride a moped.

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18. TRUE or FALSE: The words “Great Britain” refers to England, Scotland and Wales, not to Northern Ireland.

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19. Which statement below is correct?

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20. Which landmark would you need to visit if you want to see the Crown Jewels?

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21. What two freedoms do permanent residents and citizens of the United Kingdom enjoy? (Choose 2 answers)

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22. Which statement below is correct?

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23. Which statement below is true?

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24. What is William Blake, John Keats and Lord Byron famously known for?

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Life in the UK Mock Test 2024