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Пособие содержит разработанные с учетом ФГОС тесты по страноведению для школьников 4-11 классов, изучающих английский язык углубленно.
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Test 1. London

Test 1. London

1. Londinium was built by…

а) the Celts

b) the Normans

c) the Romans

2. Londinium is an old name of…

а) Leeds

b) Liverpool

c) London

3. London fire took place in …

а) 1665

b) 1666

c) 1766

4. The oldest part of London is

а) the Town

b) the City

c) the Village

5. The Tower of London was…

а) а market

b) а prison, a King’s zoo, a fortress, a palace

c) а theatre

6. The White Tower was built by…

а) Elizabeth I

b) Henry VIII

c) William I

7. People think that London will be rich until … live there.

а) Black dogs

b) Black ravens

c) Black cats

8. Sir Christopher Wren built…

а) Westminster Palace

b) Westminster Abbey

c) St Paul’s Cathedral

9. Admiral Nelson’s column stands in the middle of…

а) Trafalgar Square

b) Piccadilly Circus

c) Parliament Square

10. The British Prime Minister lives at…

а) 10 Wall Street

b) 10 Downing Street

c) 10 Baker Street

11. Big Ben is the name of…

а) a London souvenir

b) the clock and the bell

c) a mountain

12. Westminster Abbey has…

а) one tall tower

b) two tall towers

c) four tall towers

13. Westminster Abbey is more than…

а) six hundred years old

b) seven hundred years old

c) nine hundred years old

14. The Queen of England lives in…

а) Buckingham Palace

b) Westminster Palace

c) Winter Palace


Test 2. The United States of America

Test 2. The United States of America

1. America was discovered by…

a) Amerigo Vespucci

b) Christopher Columbus

c) James Cook

2. Christopher Columbus was born in…

a) a) Spain

b) Portugal

c) Italy

3. Columbus landed on….

a) the nearest islands

b) on the continent of America

c) on the continent of Africa

4. The first English settlers in America left England because they…

a) wanted to find much gold

b) didn’t like the church of England

c) didn’t like England

5. The first colonies were called…

a) New England

b) New France

c) New York

6. The new life of the first settlers was…

a) nice

b) hard

c) rich

7. In 1621 the colonists got a … harvest.

a) good

b) bad

c) poor

8. The colonists had a very good dinner…

a) to thank God for it

b) to make friends

c) to celebrate their arrival to America

9. Thanksgiving Day is celebrated ….

a) on the first Thursday in November

b) on the last Friday in November

c) on the last Thursday in November

10. There were … in America in 1733.

a) 13 colonies

b) 14 colonies

c) 15 colonies

11. Jeans were made in San Francisco by…

a) John Montana

b) Peter Rifle

c) Levi Strauss

12. George Washington was … president of the USA.

a) the second

b) the first

c) the eleventh

13. The capital of the USA is…

a) New York

b) Washington

c) Los Angeles

14. The President of the USA lives and works in…

a) the Red House

b) the Yellow House

c) the White House

15. The anthem of the USA is…

a) God Save the Queen

b) Advance Australia Fair

c) The Star-Spangled Banner

16. The official money of the USA is…

a) a dollar

b) a pound

c) a lira

17. The national symbol of the USA is…

a) the wolf

b) the eagle

c) the bear

18. The Statue of Liberty is on Liberty Island in…

a) Washington

b) New York


Test 3. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Test 3. The United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Northern Ireland

1. The official name of the UK is…

a) The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

b) The United Kingdom of Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland

c) The United Kingdom of Great Britain

2. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland consists of…

a) England, Scotland and Wales

b) England and Northern Ireland

c) England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

3. The two biggest islands of the UK are…

a) Great Britain and Ireland

b) Great Britain and Wales

c) Great Britain and Scotland

4. …separate the UK from Europe.

a) The Gibraltar

b) The Bering Strait

c) The English Channel and the Strait of Dover

5. The flag of the UK is…

a) the Union Jack

b) the Stars and Stripes

c) the Maple leaf

6. The Head of State in Britain is…

a) the President

b) the Parliament

c) the King or the Queen

7. The Head of the Commonwealth is…

a) the Queen

b) the President

c) the Pope of Rome

8. The British Parliament has … Houses.

a) no

b) two

c) three

9. The Houses of the British Parliament are …

a) The House of Representatives and the House of Lords

b) The House of Commons and the House of Lords

c) The House of Representatives and the House of Commons

10. The members of the House of Commons are elected

a) every five years

b) every six years

c) every seven years


Test 4. The UK holidays and traditions

Test 4. The UK Holidays and Traditions

1. Guy Fawkes Day is celebrated on the…

a) 5th of December

b) 5th of November

c) 5th of May

2. On Guy Fawkes Day children ask for…

a) some sweets

b) some cakes

c) Penny for the Guy

3. On Guy Fawkes Day children burn…

a) the scarecrow of the Guy

b) the scarecrow of winter

c) the scarecrow of autumn

4. Halloween is celebrated…

a) on the 1st of November

b) on the 31st of October

c) on the 3d of December

5. British people celebrate Christmas…

a) on the 25th of December

b) on the 25th of November

c) on the 25th of January

6. British Father Frost is usually called…

a) Santa Clause

b) Santa Andrew

c) Santa Peter

7. St Valentine’s Day is…

a) on the 14th of March

b) on the 14th of April

c) on the 14th of February

8. The Motherland of football is…

a) Brazil

b) Italy

c) England

9. International matches of … last for five days.

a) golf

b) cricket

c) tennis

10. The famous International Tennis Championship at Wimbledon takes place…

a) every June

b) every August

c) every March


Test 1. England

Test 1. England

1. England is divided into … main regions.

a) 3

b) 4

c) 5

2. The main regions of England are…

a) the North of England, the Midlands, East Anglia, the South-west, the Southeast

b) the North of England, the Midlands, West Anglia, the South-west, the Southeast

c) the North of England, the Midlands, East Anglia, the South-west, the South

3. The County of Kent, which is known as the garden of England is in ….

a) the Southeast

b) the Southwest

c) East Anglia

4. The famous Stonehenge and Land’s End are situated in…

a) the North of England

b) the Southwest

c) the Southeast

5. Oliver Cromwell, an English general and politician was born in…

a) East Anglia

b) North of England

c) the Midlands

6. Lake District and Hadrian’s Wall are the main attractions of…

a) the North of England

b) the Southwest

c) the Southeast

7. The symbol of England is…

a) a rose

b) a thistle

c) a daffodil

8. The patron saint of England is…

a) St George

b) St Andrew

c) St Patrick

9. The flag of England is…

a) a red cross on the white field

b) a white diagonal cross on the blue field

c) a red dragon on the white green field

10. The capital of England is…

a) Manchester

b) Oxford

c) London

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