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You Bet! Country Studies Game

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Great Britain

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Final Game

Symbols People Dates Traditions Sights & Monuments Sports Towns & Cities

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The Land 10

What parts does England consist of?

Basically we can name North of England, Midlands, Heart of England, East, South-East and South-West

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The Land 20

What’s the name of the biggest of the British Isles?

Great Britain. It’s simply Great Britain!

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The Land 30

The Thames is the most important river of England, but which is the longest one?

The Severn is. It runs through Wales and England and is 220 miles (354 km) long.

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The Land 40

This place in the North of England is especially attractive for tourists for its scenery

It’s Lake District

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The Land 50

If you travel this part of the country up to the ocean, you’ll find yourself at the place which is called very simply: “Land’s End”. Where is it situated?

It’s the most western point of England. It’s a cape in the South-West.

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Literature 10

“To be or not to be?” – this character asked himself. Who is the author?

William Shakespear is the author of “Hamlet”.

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Literature 20

One of Shakespeare’s tragedies tell a story of two lovers who were not allowed to be together because of their families’ hatred. What are their names, famous all over the world?

Romeo and Juliet

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Literature 30

“My heart’s in the Highlands, my heart is not here, My heart’s in the Highlands a-chasing the deer, A-chasing the wild deer and following the roe – My heart’s in the Highlands wherever I go!” Who is the author of this poem?

Robert Burns, the famous Scottish poet

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Literature 40

The name of this writer, author of “Ivanhoe” and “Rob Roy”, is deeply connected with Princess Street in Edinburgh. Who is this writer?

Sir Walter Scott

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Literature 50

This Englishwoman is merely called “the queen of detective stories”. Her novels, created at the beginning of the 20th century, are still popular all over the world. What’s her name?

Agatha Christie

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Politics 10

Who does the power belong to in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Nothern Ireland?

The power in the UK belongs to the Parliament and the Prime Minister.

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Politics 20

How many Houses does the British Parliament include? Which ones?

They are two: the House of Commons and the House of Lords

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Politics 30

Great Britain used to be a huge Empire. What happened to the most of the former British Colonies?

They formed the Commonwealth

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Politics 40

He is the elder son of Queen Elisabeth II and therefore he is the heir of the British Throne. Can you remember his name?

Prince Charles

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Politics 50

Just an address: 10 Downing St., London. Who lives there? Can you remember at least one name?

British Prime Ministers - Gordon Brown since 27 June 2007 Tony Blair John Major Margaret Thatcher …

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History 10

It happened in 1666 and it destroyed ¾ of London. What was it?

The Great Fire Of London

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History 20

He was a French and he invaded the British Isles in the 11th century. He took over England and became King of England under the name of…

William the Conqueror

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History 30

Who founded the town of London (Londinium those days)?

The Romans did.

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History 40

Which of the Roman emperors first came to the British Isles?

Julius Caesar

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History 50

He was an English general and politician and he lead the army against King Charles I in the Civil War. He finally became Lord Protector of England. What is his name?

Oliver Cromwell

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London 10

Which square is the centre and the heart of London?

Trafalgar Square

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London 20

This street is known as the shopping paradise, with all the best shops along it. It’s name has become the synonym for exclusive shopping in London.

Oxford Street

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London 30

The Tower of London is famous for its black ravens. What’s the reason for keeping them?

The legend says: “As long as ravens stay in the tower of London, the Crown will last”.

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London 40

The Royal Residence in London is the Buckingham Palace. You can see a monument in front of it. Who is the monument to?

It’s Queen Victoria memorial.

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London 50

There is a large and beautiful concert hall in London built after Queen Victoria’s husband’s death. What’s the name of this building?

Royal Albert Hall

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Symbols

What is the Union Jack made up of and what do these mean?

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People What’s her name?

Elizabeth-Mary-Alexander Windsor Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

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Dates

When did Queen Elisabeth II come to the throne?

In 1952.

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Traditions

This celebration started after the unlucky Gunpowder Plot. People still burn fires that autumn night. What do they call it?

Guy Fawkes Day

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Sights & Monuments

In which part of the country is this monument situated?

The Stonehenge is in Wiltshire in the South-West of England

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Sports

A bat-and-ball team sport that is first documented as being played in southern England in the 16th century, is still popular especially in British schools.

It’s cricket

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Towns and Cities

This industrial city on the North-West coast of England has become famous all over the world for The Beatles.

Liverpool

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