II дистанционная гимназическая викторина (ответы)

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Answers (ответы) 4 класс

1.      False (Russia is the biggest country in the world)

2.      False (There are 50 states in the USA)

3.      False (The capitol is Washington D.C.)

4.      True

5.      True

6.      False (New York is the biggest city in the USA)

7.      True

8.      True

9.      False (It’s in Chicago)

10.  True

Answers 5-6 forms

Who wants to be the champion?

1.Put these British holidays in order (starting from December):

St.Valentine’s Day, Christmas, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, April Fool’s Day

Christmas, St. Valentine’s Day, April Fool’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day


2. Put these Queens and Kings in chronological order:

Elizabeth II, King Henry VIII, Queen Victoria, Elizabeth I

King Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, Queen Victoria, Elizabeth II


3. The oldest part of London is:

The City, the West End, the East End, the North End

The City


4. Which is the nearest neighbour to Great Britain?

France, Italy, Ireland, Spain



5. The first colonists started the tradition of :

Halloween, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, Memorial Day

Thanksgiving Day


6. Your friend has a birthday. What do you say?

How do you do? Many happy returns! Get better! Don’t worry!

Many happy returns!


7. Who was the youngest elected President in the history of the USA?

Lincoln, Kennedy, Washington, Roosevelt



8. Christopher Columbus discovered:

The United States of America, Central America, South America, North America

Central America


9. In Australia winter comes in:

December, January, June, July



11.                       Hyde Park is in:

The City, the North End, the East End, the West End

the West End



A quiz: “What? Where? When?” The theme is “English-speaking countries”

1.     What does the word “Albion”, the poetic name of Great Britain, mean?



2.     How many bronze lions can you see at the foot of the monument to Admiral Nelson?



3.     Who was the first woman Prime Minister in the UK?

Margaret Thatcher


4.     What is the traditional male costume in Scotland?

The kilt


5.     What is another name of the Houses of Parliament?

Palace of Westminster


6.     On what river is Washington situated?

The Potomac River


7.     What is the nickname of the US government?

Uncle Sam


8.     What was the name of the Australian continent when Cook explored its eastern coast?

New Holland


9.     What domestic animal outnumbers people in Australia?

The sheep


10.                       Which of the US Presidents was a Hollywood  actor?

Ronald Reagan


11.                        Where is the Sleeping Beauty’s  Castle situated?

In Disneyland


12.                        What is the second name of the Washington memorial?

“the pencil”


13.                       Which of the famous Sherlock Holmes’s stories is named after a horse?

“Silver Blaze”


14.                       What and when is “question time”?

It is the period of time in the British Parliament when ministers answer the members’ questions. “Question Time” is shown on television


15.                       Why is the English policeman called “a bobby”?

This name comes from the first name of Robert Peel who was the founder of the English police in the 19th century


ANSWERS 9 form

1.     I am an insect, & the first half of my name reveals another insect. Some famous musicians had a name similar to mine. What am I? 


2.     What building has the most stories? 

A Library

3.     What letter is next in this sequence?
M, A, M, J, J, A, S, O,__ 

These are the first letters of the months of the year

4.     What is the best month for a parade? 


5.     What comes once in a minute, twice in a moment, but never in a thousand years? 

The letter M

6.     Pronounced as one letter, 
And written with three, 
Two letters there are, 
And two only in me. 
I'm double, I'm single, 
I'm black, blue, and gray, 
I'm read from both ends, 
And the same either way. 
What am I?

an eye

7.     How could a cowboy ride into town on Friday, stay two days, and ride out on Friday? 

His horse is named Friday!