1.Which of the following tribes first came to Britain?
A Roman B Anglo-Saxons C Jutes D Celts
2.The Hundred Years’ War between Britain and France was fought ____.
A from 1327 to 1453 B from 1337 to 1453
C from 1347 to 1453 D from 1357 to 1453
3.The Republic of Ireland became independent in the year ____
A 1918 B 1920 C 1945 D 1949
4.The English Civil War is also called ____
A the Puritan Revolution B the second Magna Carta C the Long Parliament D the Anglican War
5.Britain is separated from the rest of Europe by the English Channel in the ____ and the North Sea in the east,
A east B south C west D north
6.The largest lake in Britain is ____.
A. Loch Lomond B the Lough Neagh C Windermere D Ullswater
7.Where do the majority of people in Scotland live?
A In the Highlands B In the central Lowlands C In the Uplands D In the west of Scotland
8.In Britain only about ____ of the population are farmers but they manage 70% of the land area.
A 2% B 3% C 4% D 5%
9.The two important crops in Britain are ____
A barley and corn B wheat and rice C barley and oats D wheat and barley
10.In Britain, children from the age of 5 to 16 ____
A can legally receive partly free education
B can legally receive completely free education
C can not receive free education at all
D can not receive free education if their parents are rich
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"When people succeed, it is because of hard work, Luck has nothing to do with success." Do you agree or disagree with the quotation above? Use specific and examples to explain your