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Викторина к уроку английского языка для учащихся 9 – 11х классов
What is the nickname of the British flag?
what is the capital of Scotland?
Whose birthplace is Stratford upon-Avon?
What is the symbol of Northern Ireland, a shamrock or a thistle?
What is the official residence of the British Queen?
What is the nickname of Margaret Thatcher, the previous Prime-Minister or the UK?
What river does London stand on?
What is the capital of Wales?
What is the central square of London?
What holiday is celebrated on the 31st of October?
What is the capital of Northern Ireland?
How many parts does the UK consist of?
What are the two oldest universities of the UK?
Oxford and Cambridge
In what take of Scotland does the mysterious monster live?
What is the poorest part of London, East End or West End?
What city is the birthplace of the group the Beatles?
What holiday do the British celebrate on the 5th of November?
Guy Fawkes Night.
What traditional song is usually performed on a British birthday party?
In what park is so called Speakers’ Corner situated?
In Hyde Park.
What vegetable is traditional on Halloween?
What is the symbol of Wales?
Name the degrees of comparison of the adjective “great”.
Greater - the greatest.
For the adverb of the adjective “slow”
Translate the phrase “слева от стола”.
To the left of the table.
What is the auxiliary verb in the Past Simple?
What great historical event happened in 1066?
The battle of Hastings, The Normans’ conquest.
Name the third form of the verb “teach”.
Where are the British kings crowned?
In Westminster Abbey.
Name the plural of the word “mouse”.
Where does The Changing of the Guard take place?
The Forecourt of Buckingham Palace.
Form the adjective from the noun.
What is the English equivalent of the verb “должен”?
Name the definite article.
Translate the phrase “слушать радио”.
Listen to the radio.
Name the synonym of the word “small”.
Is the word “money” countable of uncountable?
Name three forms of the verb “sweep”.
Sweep, swept, swept.
Name the fifth letter of the English alphabet
Name the degrees of comparison of adjective “wonderful”.
More wonderful; the most wonderful.
Name the third form of the verb “find”.
Name the plural of the noun “sheep”.
Form the adjective from the noun “rain”.
Name the second form of the verb “speak”.
Name the eighth letter of the English alphabet.
What animal is Australia famous for?
What is the capital of Australia?
What are the colors of the national Canadian flag?
Is Australia situated in the southern of northern hemisphere?
Name the biggest island and the smallest continent in the world?
What is the common name of the takes Ontario, Superior, Erie, Huron, and Michigan?
The Great lakes.
What is the capital of Canada?
What is depicted on the national Canadian flag?
A maple leaf.
How many states does the USA consist of?
Who discovered the American continent?
What oceans in the USA washed by?
The Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans.
What are the official languages in Canada?
What is the nickname of New York?
What is the longest river of the USA?
What is the name of the island in New York where the Statue of Liberty stands?
Manhattan Island or Liberty Island.
In what British museum can people see the wax copies of famous people?
In Madam Tussaud’s Gallery.
Name an English poet and writer who wrote beautiful pomes called sonnets.
What was the name of the leader of the group the “Beatles”?
Was Gershwin an American or British composer?
Who is the head of state in Scotland?
The Queen of the UK.
When did Queen Elizabeth II ascend the throne?
In February, 1952.
What British writer is the author of fantasy tales “The Hobbits”, and “The Lord of the Rings”?
Name a famous national Scottish musical instrument.
What’s the name of the London underground.
What do the letters MP stand for?
Member of Parliament.
How many wives Henry VIII had?
In England the English live, in Scotland..?
How many children Shakespeare had?
What was Shakespeare’s wife name?
The creator of Mickey Mouse.
This famous admiral won the battle of Trafalgar.
It’s been a fortress, a palace and a 200. Now it’s a museum.
What is a double-decker?