UK Country Quiz-Multiple Choice

How well do you know the UK? Find out in this multiple choice quiz!
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Last updated: August 2, 2022
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First submittedAugust 2, 2022
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1. The UK is made up of...
England, Scotland, Norway
England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland
England, Scotland, Wales, and Japan
The UK?
The Union Act of 1707 united the kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Wales. Though by then, Wales was a constituent kingdom under the English Crown
2. The Eurostar takes you from...
Lodon to Paris
Leeds to Amsterdam
Edinburgh to Berlin
London to Paris
The Eurostar Train was opened to the public on November 14, 1994. The train takes you under the English Channel into Paris.
3. How many bombing raids were carried out on London during WWII?
There were about 71 different bombing raids on London during "The Blitz" from 1940 to 1941. Source:
4. About how many tourists visit the UK each year?
Popular locations include: Trafalgar Square, Stonehenge, and the British Museum!
5. What is the national anthem of the UK?
God Svave the Queen/King
God Save Jesus
Rule Britannia
God Save the Queen/King
God Save the Queen/King was adopted as the national anthem of the United Kingdom in September of 1745.
6. The UK colonised about...
25% of the world
56% of the world
7% of the world
16% of the world
At its peak in 1922, the British Empire controlled about 25% of the world's land, and ruled over more than 450 million people. At the time, the population of the world was about 1.8 billion.
7. What was the official end of the British Empire?
The loss of the Thirteen Colonies
The War of 1812
The loss of Hong Kong
The death of King George
When the British ceded Hong Kong to the People's Republic of China, many considered the defacto end of the British Empire
8. How many prime ministers has the UK had?
There have been 55 prime minesters to date, with the last person filling the position being Borris Johnson
9. What are the most common baby names in the UK?
Thomas and Cassandra
Edward and Sarah
Samuel and Victoria
Oliver and Olivia
Oliver and Olivia are by far the most common baby names in the UK, with about 25% of the local authorities saying that Oliver and Olivia were their most popular names in 2020.
10. The UK is part of...
The European Union
The Collective Security Treaty Organization
The United Kingdom is a founding member of NATO, signing the treaty in tandem with the United States on July 21, 1949.
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