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Konkurs Wiedzy o Kulturze i Historii Krajów Anglojęzycznych

Data dodania: 2010-05-06 12:39:21
Autor: Marcin

Przedstawiam Państwu propozycje pytań/zagadnień, które można wykorzystać w przygotowaniu konkursów tematycznych w szkołach gimnazjalnych i ponadgimnazjalnych. Pytania te mogą być pomocne zarówno dla uczniów w przygotowaniu się do zmagań jak i dla nauczycieli, którzy bedę chcieli opracować test na konkurs. W naszej szkole konkursy takie odbywają sie w dwóch etapach: etap I wyłania najlepszych w szkole, etap II to finaliści ze wszystkich szkół, które biorą udział w konkursie.

 

Konkurs Wiedzy o Kulturze i Historii Krajów Anglojęzycznych

Wielka Brytania i Irlandia

  1. What is the highest mountain in Great Britain and what is its height?
  2. What is the longest river in Great Britain and what is its length?
  3. What is the currency of Great Britain?
  4. Give seven symbols which can be associated with the United Kingdom.
  5. What is the flag of Great Britain called?
  6. What are English policemen called?
  7. Where are British kings and queens crowned?
  8. Which saints are presented in the flags of England, Scotland and Ireland?
  9. Why doesn’t the British flag include any elements of the Welsh flag?
  10. What is the national sport of Great Britain?
  11. What is the emblem of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland?
  12. Who are “beefeaters”?
  13. What is the traditional English take-away dish?
  14. What is the national dish of Scotland?
  15. When is St. Patrick’s Day celebrated?
  16. How many players are there in a cricket team?
  17. Which king left the Roman Catholic Church and established the Church of England?
  18. What is the lowest place of Great Britain and how “high” is it?
  19. What is the longest market street of London called and what is its length?
  20. Who was the first Bishop of Canterbury?
  21. Who was the first woman who became the Prime Minister and how can her policy be characterized?
  22. What nickname did the first woman Prime Minister have?
  23. Who is the oldest Queen Elisabeth’s offspring?
  24. When and where did Princes Diana die?
  25. Which of the British kings had six wives? Provide their names and say which one was beheaded by this ruler?
  26. Who introduced the Order of the Garter and when was it? Who is it given to?
  27. What is the most popular Irish rock’n’roll band that recorded “Boy” (1980) or “The Joshua Tree” (1986)?
  28. What is the traditional Scottish skirt called?
  29. Where does Queen Elisabeth spend her summer?
  30. Which is “the oldest” Scottish lake and what is the monster that lives there called?
  31. Why was  Hadrian’s Wall built?
  32. Which city is the capital of the Republic of Ireland?
  33. What is the traditional Scottish musical instrument called?
  34. Give the names of the two famous university towns of Great Britain.
  35. Which is the most famous megalithic building in Great Britain?
  36. Which is the most famous prison in Great Britain?
  37. Why was Mary I called ‘Bloody Mary’?
  38. Which famous poet was born in Stratford-upon-Avon?
  39. Which Irish city is famous for conflicts between the Protestants and the Catholics?
  40. Which Irish artist wrote “Dubliners”?
  41. What is the name of the famous pop group that was formed by the four boys from Liverpool in 1960s?
  42. Who is the Prime Minister of Great Britain? Give the name of the street and the number of the house where he lives.
  43. When was the Great Fire of London?
  44. How many regiments are included in the Royal Guard?
  45. Give the names of three British broadsheets (daily) and two tabloids.
  46. What is the name of the most exclusive department store in London?
  47. What is the name of the most famous bell of Great Britain and what is the origin of its name?
  48. What temple was built (Roman times) in the place where St. Paul’s Cathedral is situated?
  49. Which park is the oldest royal park in London and which is the biggest?
  50. What is the name of the square in London where a huge Christmas tree is put and where people of London celebrate the New Year?

 

Irlandia

  1. What is the area of Ireland?
  2. What is the population? 
  3. What is the capital city of Ireland?
  4. What is Belfast?
  5. Why is the country called Green/Emerald Island?
  6. What is Ulster?
  7. What is the highest mountain and how high is it?
  8. What is the longest river?
  9. What is Lough Neagh?
  10. When did the first Celts come to Ireland?
  11. What are the four major historical parts of Ireland?
  12. What are the languages spoken in Ireland?
  13. Where is Irish Gealic spoken most often?
  14. What is CONAS ATA TU in English?
  15.  What is the major religion practiced by the Irish?
  16. What are the most important goods exported by Ireland?
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