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About United Kingdom

About United Kingdom
Created by Quizmagic Team on May 07, 2013 05:53 PM.
A quiz to test your knowledge of the United Kingdom (UK). This quiz will randomly give 15 questions about landmarks, literature, famous personalities of United Kingdom. For example - Do you know who is the only British Prime Minister to be awarded a Nobel Prize? or which is the OLDEST University in the United Kingdom?
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15
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Sample Questions

Question 1
"The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side" is a crime fiction novel written by Agatha Christie. The title of this novel is a phrase from a poem by one of the great English poets of the past. What is the name of this poet?
Leigh Hunt
William Wordsworth
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Question 2
The well known fictional detective named "Hercule Poirot" was created by Agatha Christie, the famous British crime fiction author. What is the nationality of this detective?
British
French
Belgian
Irish
Question 3
Who said the words "not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more…" in the play "Julius Caesar" by written by William Shakespeare?
Cassius
Antony
Casca
Brutus
Question 4
In which field did a British Prime Minister receive the Nobel Prize?
Physics
Literature
Peace
Economics
Question 5
Who is the only British Prime Minister who was awarded a Nobel Prize?
Margaret Thatcher
Sir Winston Churchill
Harold Macmillan
Harold Wilson
Question 6
Which of these famous British inventors is credited with having created the first jet engine?
Frank Whittle
Christopher Cockerell
John Logie Baird
Richard Trevithick
Question 7
Which of these famous British explorers travelled to Mecca in disguise?
Richard Francis Burton
Sir Walter Raleigh
Francis Bacon
James Cook
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