Let's go to Britain

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  • LETS VISIT THE UK

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  • THE 1ST GAME

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  • GeneralInformation100200300400500GeographicalPosition100200300400500PoliticalSystem100200300400500

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  • GENERAL INFORMATION100

    What does the UK consist of?England and ScotlandGreat Britain and Northern IrelandEngland, Scotland and WalesEngland, Scotland, Wales and the Irish Republic

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    What is the official language in the UK?EnglishWelshIrishScottish

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    What is the British Queens name?AnneElizabeth IElizabeth IIZara Anne Elizabeth

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    When do the British people celebrate Christmas?On the 24th of DecemberOn the 25th of DecemberOn the 26th of JanuaryOn the 7th of January

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    What is the nickname of the British flag?Union JackOld GloryDigger

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  • GEOGRAPHICAL POSITION100

    Where is the UK situated?On the Irish IslandsOn the Britannia IslandsOn the Welsh IslesOn the British Isles

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    What is the capital of the UK?BelfastEdinburghLondonCardiff

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    What separates Great Britain from Europe?The Irish SeaThe North SeaThe English ChannelThe Celtic Sea

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    What ocean is the UK washed by?The Atlantic OceanThe Pacific OceanThe Arctic OceanThe Indian Ocean

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  • GEOGRAPHICAL POSITION500

    What is the highest peak in the UK?The Dark PeakBen NevisThe White PeakKinder Scout

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  • POLITICAL SYSTEM100

    Who is the head of the UK?The QueenThe PresidentPrime MinisterThe House of Lords

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    Which house of the British Parliament is elected by the people?The House of LordsThe House of Commons

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    What does the Lord Chancellor sit on?The throneThe woolsackThe bagpipeThe ferry

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    What does the Cabinet traditionally drawn from?Members of the Prime Ministers partyMembers of the House of LordsMembers of the House of CommonsMembers of the Royal Family

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    Where does the Parliament meet?

    In Westminster AbbeyIn the National AssemblyIn the Buckingham PalaceIn the Palace of Westminster

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  • THE 2ND GAME

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  • Places12345678910

    Faces12345678910

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  • Tower of LondonThe National GalleryTower BridgeWestminster Abbey

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  • The Houses of ParliamentThe National GalleryTower BridgeWestminster Abbey

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  • The Houses of ParliamentThe National GalleryBuckingham PalaceWestminster Abbey

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  • The Houses of ParliamentThe National GalleryBuckingham PalacePiccadilly Circus

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  • Big BenThe National GalleryBuckingham PalacePiccadilly Circus

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  • Big BenThe National GalleryBuckingham PalacePiccadilly Circus

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  • Big BenWestminster AbbeyBuckingham PalacePiccadilly Circus

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  • Big BenWestminster AbbeyBuckingham PalaceSt. Pauls Cathedral

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  • Trafalgar SquareWestminster AbbeyBuckingham PalaceSt. Pauls Cathedral

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  • Trafalgar SquareThe Tower of LondonBuckingham PalaceSt. Pauls Cathedral

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  • Queen VictoriaFlorence NightingaleAgatha ChristieMargaret Thatcher

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  • William ShakespeareOliver CromwellIsaac NewtonWinston Churchill

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  • William ShakespeareOliver CromwellIsaac NewtonWinston Churchill

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  • Robert BurnsJames CookHoratio NelsonWinston Churchill

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  • Robert BurnsJames CookHoratio NelsonWinston Churchill

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  • Queen VictoriaFlorence NightingaleAgatha ChristieMargaret Thatcher

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  • William ShakespeareOliver CromwellIsaac NewtonWinston Churchill

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  • Queen VictoriaFlorence NightingaleAgatha ChristieMargaret Thatcher

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  • Robert BurnsJames CookHoratio NelsonWinston Churchill

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  • William ShakespeareOliver CromwellIsaac NewtonWinston Churchill

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  • THE 3RD GAME

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  • The way of lifeY / NEducation

    Y / N Culture

    Y / N Sport

    Y / N Music

    Y / N Holidays

    Y / NTraditions

    Y / N Cities

    Y / N Wars

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  • Have the relations between the membersof a family become more democratic in the UK?Yes, they have.No, they havent.

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  • Are all children in the UK educated according to the same programme?Yes, they are.No, they are not.

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  • Are annual festivals of music and dramavery popular in the UK?Yes, they are.No, they are not.

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  • Are cricket, the Boat Race, the Derby andthe Royal Ascot very important nationalsporting events?Yes, they are.No, they are not.

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  • Do people from the UK listen to the folkmusic only?Yes, they do.No, they do not.

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  • Do people from London celebrate the Easter?Yes, they do.No, they do not.

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  • Are clubs one of the English traditions?Yes, they are.No, they are not.

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  • Was London founded by the Romans?Yes, it was.No, it was not.

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  • Did the war between the Lancastrians and the Yorkists get the name of the War of Roses?Yes, it did.No, it did not.

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  • Thanks for being with us today

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