History and geography of the UK
Political life of the UK
Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
History and geography of the USA
Political life of the USA
100

Name the flag of the UK

Union Jack

100

The real power in the country belongs to

the Prime Minister

100

Name the capitals of these countries

Edinburg, Cardiff, Belfast

100

Name the ship which brought the first settlers to the New World

"Mayflower"

100

Name the three branches of the government

The Congress, the president, the Supreme Court

200

Name three well-known queens and kings.

Henry IV, Elizabeth I, Victoria, Elizabeth II

200

Name 3 places of interest in London

Westminster Abbey, Piccadilly Circus, St Paul's Cathedral, the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace... 

200

The biggest city in Scotland

Glasgow

200

The three mighty rivers of the USA

The Mississippi, the Missouri, the Colorado

200

The term of the president is

4 years
300

England is separated from the continent by

the English Channel

300

The Tower of London was built by... Why did he build it?

William the Conqueror. He was afraid to be killed by the local people

300

Name the island where Northern Ireland is situated

Ireland

300

What do the Americans call themselves?

melting pot

300

The number of members in the House of Representatives

435

400

Name 5 big cities in England

London, Manchester, Liverpool, Oxford, Cambridge, Bristol, Bath, Brighton, Birmingham, Newcastle ...

400

How is the British Parliament divided. Name the parts.

The Hoise of Lords and the House of Commons

400

Name the symbols of these countries

A thistle, a daffodil and a shamrock

400

When does the country celebrate the Independence Day?

the 4th of July  

400

Who was the president during the World War II?

Franklin D. Roosevelt

500

Name the parts Britain is divided into

The Southeast, the Southwest, the North, the Midlands, East Anglia

500

How many members of the House of Commons are there?

650

500

The second highest mountain in Great Britain is called

Snowdon

500

Why do they eat turkeys for the Thanksgiving Day?

Because it helped the first settlers to survive when they were struggling with hunger. 

500

Who was the youngest American president?

John F. Kennedy

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