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UK Quiz-Multiple Choice

This is a UK Quiz. Do you know these facts on the country?
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Last updated: April 21, 2021
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1. What is the capital of Wales?
Birmingham
Montreal
Belfast
Cardiff
2. In which of these cities was William Shakespeare born in?
London
Oxford
Stratford-upon-Avon
Glasgow
3. Which one of these is the Conwy Castle?
4. Which two bodies form the English Parliament?
House of Knights/House of Bishops
House of Commons/House of Lords
House of George I/House of Queen Elizabeth I
House of London/House of Edinburgh
5. Why is 7/14/2019 so special?
A war ended
Tea was invented
Big Ben was finished
CWC and Wimbeldon finals took place
6. True or False: Butter Chicken is the UK national dish
True
False
7. What was invented in the UK?
8. True or False: There is no such thing as Commonwealth Day
True
False
9. Who was king for only a year?
Victoria
George I
Edward VIII
Edward VII
10. True or False: Queen Elizabeth became queen in 1926
True
False
3 Comments
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Level 78
Apr 21, 2021
Qn 5 doesn't make any sense in UK. There is no 14th month. Question 6 is just plain wrong.
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Level 36
Apr 21, 2021
1. You are right, there is no 14th month, the date is July 14th 2019

2. Search on Google "UK National Dish" it is called chicken tikka, or butter chicken.

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Level 78
May 3, 2021
I would disagree on the national dish question, whilst Chicken Tikka may be very popular (Similar but nor exactly the same as Butter Chicken, which incidentally is rare in the UK) the mostly recognised national dish(although there is no official designation) is Fish and Chips.

Also you wrote the date in the US way rather than UK, we very rarely do this.