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Karol Gerłowicz, 2010-06-03
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Edukacja europejska, Konkursy

Wewnątrzszkolny konkurs wiadomości o Unii Europejskiej (w języku angielskim).

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Wewnątrzszkolny konkurs wiadomości o Unii Europejskiej

NAME................................................................... DATE...................... CLASS............................. TOTAL .............../69 PLACE....................


I. Answer the following questions:
1. What is EU short for? __________________
2. How many members are there in EU? __________________
3. Circle only the names of the EU members from the list below:
Luxembourg Belgium Monaco Moldova Scotland Bulgaria Estonia Lithuania Italy Norway The Netherlands France Poland Russia Switzerland Canada Turkey Vatican San Marino Romania Crete Island Ireland
4. What is the biggest city in EU? __________________
5. What is the EU currency? __________________
6. How often does the European Council meet? __________________
7. How many members are there in the European Court of Human Rights? __________________
8. Who are the fathers of the United Europe? ___________________________
9. When did Poland join the EU? ___________________________
10. What is the capital of Latvia? __________________
11. Name the main institutions of the EU? __________________
12. Where is the Court of Justice of the European Union? __________________
13. What are the working languages of the EU? __________________
14. Is the Council of Europe one of European Institutions? __________________
15. Which six countries signed the Treaty setting up the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC)
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II. Match the dates and the events.

1. the Treaty of Amsterdam _______
2. the Single European Act _______
3. the Treaty of Paris, which set up the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) _______
4. the Treaty of Nice ______
5. the Treaty on European Union (Maastricht,) _______
6. the Treaties of Rome, which set up the European Economic Community (EEC) and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) _______
7. the Treaty of Lisbon _________


a) 2001
b) 2007
c) 1951
d) 1957
e) 1992
f) 1997
g) 1986
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III. Choose the correct answer.

1. Who was named the first President of the European Central Bank?
a. Alan Greenspan
b. Wim Duisenberg
c. Jean Monnet
d. Claude Monet
2. Who is the President of the European Commission?
a. Romano Prodi
b. Jacques Delors
c. José Manuel Durão Barroso
d. Jacques Chirac
3. The European Parliament now may have how many members since 2009?
a. 435
b. 270
c. 736
d. 586
4. Who is the President of European Parliament:
a. Margot Wallström
b. Jerzy Buzek
c. Carl Bilet
d. Javier Solana
5. How long does the tenure (kadencja) of European Parliament last?
a. 5 years
b. 4 years
c. 6 years
d. 3 years
6. How many Commissioners are there in European Commission?
a. 15
b. 20
c. 27
d. 30
7. Which country was not eligible for the 2003/2004 accession?
a. Slovenia
b. Poland
c. Estonia
d. Ukraine
8. When did Switzerland join the EU?
a. 1957
b. 1973
c. 1981
d. never
9. What’s the title of the Anthem of European Union?
a. Ode to Love
b. Ode to Joy
c. Ode to Tolerance
d. Ode to Hope
10. The European Central Bank (ECB) is located in:
a. London
b. Frankfurt
c. Berlin
d. Florence
11. Are these facts and names (Nobel Prize, Ingmar Bergman, Pippi Long Stocking, cold) from:
a. Denmark
b. Sweden
c. Norway
d. Finland
12. Are these names (paella, bullfighting, Juan Carlos, De Falla) connected with
a. Greece
b. Spain
c. Brazil
d. Portugal
13. Which country lead the Presidency in the Council of European Union in the first half of 2010?
a. Spain
b. Poland
c. Sweden
d. the Czech Republic
14. What is the capital of the European Union?
a. Geneva
b. Strasbourg
c. Brussels
d. Paris
15. Where are the following monuments:
........... The Collosseum, .......... Westminster Abbey, ...........The Parthenon
a. Athens b. Rome c. London
16. Which is the highest mountain in Europe?
a. Mount Everest
b. Ben Nevis
c. Gerlach
d. Mont Blanc
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IV. What is this? Explain it in English.
a) a deliberative body –

b) an executive body –

c) a judicial body –

d) an executive organ of The European Union –

e) a treaty –

f) constitution -
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V. What are Luxembourg, Strasbourg and the Hague famous for?










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VI. What word is missing?
................... Council
................... Commission
................... Convention of Human Rights
................... Parliament
................... Court of Human Rights
The Single ………… Act
Court of Justice of the ……… Union
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VII. Which names of the European institutions and a post include ‘human rights’?






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VIII. Match the countries with their capitals.
.......... Ireland, .......... the United Kingdom, .......... Spain, .......... Denmark, .......... Finland, .......... Sweden,
.......... Germany, .......... Austria, .......... Belgium, .......... Luxembourg, .......... Portugal, .......... Greece, .......... France, .......... Italy, .......... the Netherlands, .......... Norway, .......... Turkey, ………. Romania
a – Dublin, b – Brussels, c – Paris, d – Geneva, e - Amsterdam, f - Luxembourg,
g - Ankara, h – Madrid, i – Lisbon, j – Copenhagen, k – Helsinki, l – Stockholm,
m – Vienna, n - Berlin, o – London, p – Oslo, q – Rome, r – Athens, s -Bucharest.


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