This Life in the UK practise test quiz consists of ten multiple-choice questions. Only one answer is right.
Please read all the questions carefully before answering.
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Roman emperor Julius Caesar unsuccessfully tried to invade Britan in 55BC.
The Canterbury Tales tell:
Where did the first Viking invaders came from?
In the Northern Ireland election, how does the voting process differs from rest of the UK?
What was the Government of Wales Act (1998) about?
The King Cnut The Great was King of:
London's Tate Modern once used to be a:
Traditional Scottish Haggis dish contains:
Before Roald Dahl became famous for writing what was his profession?
Insulin was co-discovered by three Canadians and:
You need to score 75% to pass this quiz. How much did you score?