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A LOOK AT GREAT BRITAIN

      
                                                 
 
1)Choose the right answer
 
Great Britain includes:
England, Scotland, Wales
Wales, Northern Ireland, England
England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
 
The capital city is:
Cardiff                                  
London
Edinburgh
 
The flag is called:
Stars and stripes
The Union Jack
The Crossed One
 
The flag is:
Red, white and green
Red, white and yellow
White, blue and red
 
The symbol of England is:
A rose  
A leek
A thistle
 
The symbol of Wales is:
A rose  
A leek
A thistle
 
The symbol of Scotland is:
A rose  
A leek
A thistle
 
2) Choose the answer in the box
 THE MONARCHY           
The Queen of Great Britain is. Her husband is . They have got  children. They are .
 is the heir to the throne.
You can see the Queen on . She lives in .As a Queen she often wears a . The Crown Jewels are in the . There are 38 guardians called . They wear a traditional  uniform. There are also some  flying around the tower. According to the legend at least six ravens must remain or both the tower and the monarchy will .
 
3)THE CITY OF LONDON CROSSWORD
 
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1.IT OPENS WHEN A BOAT PASSES

2. THE CROWN JEWEL ARE HERE
 
3. A FAMOUS ABBEY
 
4. IT IS A CLOCK
 
5. YOU CAN FIND NELSON HERE
 
6. THE QUEEN LIVES IN THIS PALACE
 
7. YOU CAN RELAX HERE
 
8. THE RIVER OF LONDON
 
 

 

       


 

 

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