1.The Romans brought ____ to England after they invaded the British Isles.
2. The Chartist Movement took its name from____
A The Agreement of the People
B The Bill of Rights
C The People’s Charter
D The Great Chart
3. The Hundred Years’ War between Britain and France was fought ____
A from1327 to 1453
B from 1337 to 1453
C from 1347 to 1453
D 1357 to 1453
4. ____is usually considered as the national symbol of New Zealand.
A The kiwi
B Lake Taupo
C Mount Cook
5. ____was written by Jane Austin.
A Jane Eyre
C Wuthering Heights
6. _____is written by Theodore Dreiser.
A A Pslam of Life
B Sister Carrie
C Moby Dick
7. ____ wrote The Grapes of Wrath.
A John Steinbeck
B Eugene O’Neil
C. F.Scott Fitzgerald
D Theodore Dreiser
8. Which of the following is not a compound word?
9.Which of the following groups are complementary antonyms?
10 ____can be defined as the study of how speakers use the sentences of the language to effect successful communication.
C applied linguistics
1.On August 22, 1642, the First Civil War began. The king’s men were called Cavaliers, and the supporters of Parliament were called Roundheads.
2.Charles was tried by a High Court of Justice, found guilty of have levied war against his kingdom and the Parliament, condemned to death, and executed on a scaffold outside the Banqueting House at Whitehall on January 30, 1649.