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British Culture Quiz

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British Culture Quiz

What do you know about the UK?

1. What’s in a shepherd’s pie?
a) shepherds b) pork c) lamb d) beef

2. Which three British women have held top leadership roles in the UK for a combined total of 143 years and counting? (Clue - 2 past one present)
Answer: Queen Elizabeth II (69 years), Queen Victoria (63 years), Margaret Thatcher (11 years)

3. How many Harry Potter books are there?
a) 6 b) 7 c) 8 d) too many
(7 - Philosopher's Stone (1997) Chamber of Secrets (1998) Prisoner of Azkaban (1999) Goblet of Fire (2000) Order of the Phoenix (2003) Half-Blood Prince (2005) Deathly Hallows (2007)

4. Which language that was not English was the official language of England for 300 years?
a) Norwegian b) Gaelic c) French d) Welsh

5. What would you do with ‘bangers and mash’?
a) Set fire to it b) wear it c) eat it d) play with it

6. According to many foreign visitors, what is really annoying about English bathrooms?
a) Not enough toilet paper b) carpets c) lack of mixer taps d) scratchy towels

7. The Lion and the Unicorn appear on the Royal Coat-of-Arms. The lion represents England, what does the unicorn represent?
b) Scotland b) Wales c) Ireland d) the Royal Family

8. Traditionally, what accompanies fish & chips?
a) salt and ketchup b) curry sauce c) ketchup and mayonnaise d) salt and vinegar

9. Which of the following is NOT a supermarket chain in the UK?
a) Tesco b) William Hill c) ASDA d) Morrisons

10. If you go into a pub in Britain with friends, how do you usually order your drinks?
a) Sit down and wait for the waiter b) sit down and put your hand up c) one of you has to go to the bar, buy all the drinks, pay and carry them back to your table d) serve yourself and pay at the end of the night

11. Who is the Patron Saint of England?
a) St. Patrick b) St. James c) St. Michael d) St. George

12. If someone in England says “Come and have dinner with us” what time should you go?
a) 12-2pm b) 2-4pm c) 6-8pm d) 9-10pm

13. What’s the second largest English city by population?
a) Manchester b) Cambridge c) Birmingham d) Liverpool
2019 – London 8.96 m / Birmingham 2.93 m / Manchester 2.84 m / Liverpool 1.42 m / Cambridge 158,000

14. There are 6 inhabitants of the Tower of London that are still not allowed to leave. Who are they?
Answer: the 6 black ravens

15. Which of the following is a British newspaper?
b) The Door b) The Frame c) The Wall d) The Mirror

16. According to experts, how often does the British accent change?
a) whenever there’s a stranger around b) every 25 miles c) from city to city d) never

17. The Mousetrap, first performed in 1952, is a murder mystery play and the longest-running West End show. Who wrote it?
b) Agatha Christie b) Charles Dickens c) Arthur Conan-Doyle d) George Orwell

18. What do you do with a Yorkshire Pudding?
c) Wear it b) eat it with sugar c) use it to hide unwanted foods d) eat it with meat and gravy

19. Who invented the sandwich?
a) The Dame of Baguette b) The Earl of Sandwich c) The Duke of Roll d) The Prince of Pasty

20. Which place is the Queen NEVER allowed to enter?
d) A pub b) The House of Commons c) Wembley Stadium d) Soho

21. What do Scottish people do on Burn’s night?
a) Have a special dinner & read poetry b) dress up in red costumes c) burn unwanted furniture in the garden d) light fires


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