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Many English-speaking countries use it as their currency, adding their country's name to it.

What is the dollar?

100

It features a red dragon on a green and white background

What is the Welsh flag?

100

The national flower of  England

What is the red rose?

100

The first President of the USA.

Who is George Washington?

100

Nessie

What is the Loch Ness Monster's nickname?

200

British currency

What is the pound?

200

It features 13 stripes (for the original colonies) and 50 stars (for its 50 states).

What is the US flag?

200

A gift from the French to the United States, it symbolizes the hopes and dreams of millions of immigrants

What is the Statue of Liberty?

200

A black minister who led the fight for Civil Rights in the USA. He made a very famous speech in Washington in 1963

Who was Dr. Martin Luther King Jr?

200

He wrote Othello, Macbeth, A Midsummer Night's dream, Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet...

Who is William Shakespeare?

300

It used to be the name of a British coin. It is still used today as a currency in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, and Somalia.

What is the shilling?

300

It features a British flag in the top left-hand corner and the Southern Cross (a star constellation) on a dark blue background.


What is the flag of Australia?

300

Giant heads of former United States presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. All carved into a mountain face near Keystone, South Dakota

What is Mount Rushmore? 

300

The leading figure of the independence of India, famous for teaching non-violence.

Who was (Mohandas Karamchand) Gandhi?

300

Conservatives (= Tories) and  Labour are this country's two main political parties.

What is the United Kingdom?

400

It is currency of the Republic of Ireland.

What is the euro?

400

A combination of Saint George's cross (England), St Andrew's cross (Scotland), and St Patrick's cross (Ireland)

What is the Union Jack?

400

Written in 1814 by an American patriot, it became the US national anthem in 1931. Its name is also a nickname for the American flag.

What is the Star Spangled Banner?


400

American President who abolished slavery.

What was Abraham Lincoln?

400

A famous detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Who is Sherlock Holmes?

500

A hundred of them make a pound

What is a penny? What are pence? (one penny, two pence)

500

It is black, white, yellow, red, green and blue.  The Y shape represents convergence towards unity. Red could be for blood, black for the people, green for the land, yellow for the sun, white for peace, and blue for the open sky.


What is the flag of South Africa?

500

This elderly gentleman wearing a top hat personifies the United States. He was used in a famous recruitment poster during WW2.

Who is Uncle Sam?

500

American statesman, author, explorer, soldier, naturalist, and reformer. 26th President of the United States from 1901 to 1909. Teddy Bears were named after him.



Who was Theodore Roosevelt?

500

Democrats and Republicans are this country's main political parties.

What is the United States?

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