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Jadwiga Starnawska-Przydacz
Język angielski, Konkursy

Szkolny konkurs wiedzy o Wielkiej Brytanii

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Szkolny konkurs wiedzy o Wielkiej Brytanii

Autorem konkursu jest Jadwiga Starnawska-Przydacz

Miejsce konkursu.............................................................................
Imię i nazwisko ucznia.......................................................................
Data............... Czas: 45 minut Max ilość punktów: 64
Ilość uzyskanych punktów.......................

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1. The capital city of Great Britain is:
a. Manchester
b. Glasgow
c. Birmingham
d. London

2. The United Kingdom consists of:
a. England, Scotland and Republic of Ireland
b. England, Wales and Scotland
c. England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
d. England and Northern Ireland

3. The famous river of London is called:
a. the Sine
b. the Nile
c. the Thames
d. the Amazon

4. The population of Great Britain is about:
a. 60 million
b. 50 million
c. 55 million
d. 65 million

5. The United Kingdom's flag is:
a. a British flag
b. the Broads
c. a Scot
d. the Union Jack

6. The English emblem is:
a. a red tulip
b. a red rose
c. a lion
d. an owl

7. The Scottish emblem is:
a. a thistle
b. a leek
c. a daffodil
d. a rose

8. The Irish emblem is:
a. a rose
b. a tulip
c. a shamrock
d. a leek

9. St Valentine's Day is celebrated on the:
a. 17 th March
b. 14 th February
c. 20 th February
d. 25 th February

10. Stonehenge was built in about 2000 BC as:
a. a temple
b. a wall
c. a museum
d. a market

11. At Stonehenge, on the 24 th June in the morning the sun shines on one famous stone which is called:
a. the Hill Stone
b. the Heel Stone
c. the Yellow Stone
d. the Shine Stone

12. Someone who lives in London is called:
a. a Londonian
b. a Londoner
c. a Londiner
d. a Londonist

13. October 31st is Hallowe'en and you can meet that night:
a. witches and ghosts
b. bonfires
c. Christmas trees
d. budgies

14. Which of these is associated with the Tower of London:
a. a policeman
b. a beefeater
c. a Londoner
d. a cockney

15. The Queen lives at:
a. Houses of Parliament
b. Covent Garden
c. Westminster Abbey
d. Buckingham Palace

16. Traditionally people decorate their Christmas trees on:
a. Halowe'en
b. Boxing Day
c. Christmas Eve
d. Christmas Day

17. Maundy Thursday is the day before:
a. Christmas
b. Easter
c. St David's Day
d. Midsummer's Day

18. A twentieth-century British Christmas dinner is:
a. roast turkey with carrots, potatoes, fish and chips and apple-pie
b. roast turkey with cucumbers, brown bread, ham and ice-cream
c. roast turkey with cabbage, smoked dish, plums and apples
d. roast turkey with carrots, potatoes, peas, Brussels sprouts and Christmas pudding

19. The Queen is the only person in Britain with two birthdays. Her "official" birthday is on the second Saturday in June. There's a traditional ceremony which is called:
a. the Changing of the Guard
b. the Trooping of the Colour
c. the Lord Mayor's Show
d. the Ceremony of the Keys

20. Traditionally Parliament is opened every autumn by:
a. the Prime Minister
b. Tony Blair
c. the Queen
d. the President

21. In a real English breakfast you have:
a. fried eggs, bacon, cucumbers and apples
b. boiled eggs, smoked fish and pancakes, toast and jam
c. fried eggs, oranges, porridge and tea with lemon
d. fried eggs, bacon, sausage, tomato and mushrooms, toast and marmolade

22. Haggis is a traditional food from:
a. Wales
b. Scotland
c. England
d. Ireland

23. Haggis consists of:
a. meat, onions, flour, salt and pepper
b. flour, eggs, milk and chocolate
c. flour, eggs, milk, apples and sugar
d. flour, eggs, milk, sugar and lemon

24. Britain's two oldest universities are:
a. Brighton and Oxford
b. Brighton and Cambridge
c. Oxford and Cambridge
d. Oxford and Brighton

25. Ascot is a small, quiet town in the south of England but in June for a week it becomes the centre of the:
a. horse-racing world
b. tennis
c. sailing
d. football

26. Londoners from the east of London are:
a. Londonians
b. Londiners
c. Cockneys
d. Londoners

27. William the Conqueror and his army landed in England from France in the year:
a. 1166
b. 1066
c. 1266
d. 1410

28. The guards at the Tower of London are called:
a. Beefeaters
b. Cockneys
c. policemen
d. soldiers

29. A long time ago the Tower of London was:
a. a museum
b. a prison
c. a hotel
d. a market

30. The highest mountain in Scotland is:
a. Ben Nevis
b. Big Ben
c. Snowdonia
d. the Peak District

31. The biggest inland lake in Scotland is:
a. Loch Lomond
b. Loch Ness
c. Loch High
d. Loch Moor

32. The capital city of Scotland is:
a. Edinburgh
b. Cardiff
c. Birmingham
d. Glasgow

33. A long time ago the Scots built many large churches beside the river. These churches were called:
a. abbeys
b. temples
c. shrines
d. sanctuaries

34. Sir Walter Scott was a famous:
a. scientist
b. engineer
c. priest
d. writer

35. There are some national parks in Great Britain. Name five of them: .....................
.............................................................................................

36. There are a lot of historic buildings in London. Name three of them: .....................
.............................................................................................

37. You can see a lot of museums and art galleries in London. Name three of them: .......................................................................................

38. April Fool's Day in Britain is a very old tradition from the Middle Ages. At this time servants were masters for one day a year. They gave orders to their masters. Now April Fool's Day is different. It's a day for....................................... ...........................

39. Name ten cities in Great Britain:...........................................................
.............................................................................................

40. Name four rivers in Great Britain:...............................................................

41. Name the British festivals which are on:
a. 5 th November................................................
b. 24 th December...............................................
c. 1 st April.......................................................

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1. d. London 2. c. England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland 3. c. the Thames
4. a. 60 million 5. d. the Union Jack 6. b. red rose 7. a. thistle 8. c. shamrock
9. b. 14 th February 10. a. temple 11. b. the Heel Stone 12. b. Londoner
13. a. ghosts and witches 14. b. beefeater 15. d. Buckingham Palace 16. c. Christmas Eve
17. b. Easter 18. d. roast turkey with carrots, potatoes, peas, Brussels sprouts and Christmas pudding 19. b. the Trooping of the Colour 20. c. the Queen 21. d. fried eggs, bacon, sausage, tomato and mushrooms, toast and marmolade 22. b. Scotland 23. a. meat, onions, flour, salt and pepper 24. c. Oxford and Cambridge 25. a. racing-horse world
26. c. Cockneys 27. b. 1066 28. a. Beefeaters 29. b. prison 30. a. Ben Nevis
31. a. Loch Lomond 32. a. Edinburgh 33. a. abbeys 34. d. writer 35. Dartmoor, Exmoor, Lake District, Snowdonia, the Trossachs 36. St Paul's Cathedral, Westminster, the Tower of London 37. British Museum, Madame Tussaud's Museum, the National Gallery
38. jokes and tricks 39. Portsmouth, Bristol, Cardiff, Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Norwich, Liverpool, Manchester, Plymouth 39. Trent, Ouse, Tees, Tyne, Tweed, Mersey, Severn, Clyde 41. a. Guy Fawkes' Day 41. b. Christmas Eve 41. c. April Fool's Day
 

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   Komentarze
  • Dorota, 2005-03-29

    Świetny konkursik wiedzy o Wielkiej Brytani szczegulnie mi się przyda
    do szkolnego konkursu! Dzięki za umieszczenie go w necie

  • AnitaKate, 2005-05-13

    Świetny pomysł i wspaniale skrupulatnie opracowany - gratuluję
    dociekliwości i wiedzy!

  • Monika, 2005-10-09

    Bardzo fajny konkurs. Szczególnie mi sie podoba dlatego, że są tam
    pytania, na które trzeba udzielić samodzielnej odpowiedzi i zwycięzca
    na pewno nie będzie przypadkowy. Na pewno skorzystam z pomysłu.
    Dziękuję bardzo.



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