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W. Shakespeare W. Shakespeares father, John Shakespeare was

a) a teacher b) a glove-maker c) a doctor. They lived in

a) Hanley Street b) Oxford Street c) Wood Street W. Shakespeare was f born on

a) June 1, 1560 b) Mau 5, 1464 c) April 23, 1564 William went to

a) a grammar school b) a private school c) a technical school He married Anna Hathaway when he was

a) 20 b) 21 c) 18 He had children

a) 3 b) 2 c) 1 In 1587 he went to work in

a) London b) New York c) Stratford First, he began to work in a

a) theatre b) play house c) school He did his job

a) badly b) without interest c) very well Shakespeare became famous after

a) 1595 b) 1594 c) 1590 In 1599, he became one of the partners in management of the theatre

a) Covent Garden b) La Scala c) The Globe He was the author of over

a) 40 plays b) 30 plays c) 50 plays He died in

a) 1616 b) 1620 c) 1630 In Shakespeares times, young womens parts were played by

a) old women b) girls c) boys Actors first began performing to the public in

a) theatres b) inn yards c) hotels After the death of Shakespeare the English Renaissance Theatre

a) declined b) didnt decline c) began to prosper


America The capital of the USA is

a) New York b) Washington c) Chicago d) Los Angeles The capital of the USA is situated in

a) Florida b) Texas c) California d) The District of Columbia The US Congress has its seat in

a) The white House b) The Capitol c) New York d) Boston The white House is

a) The Residence of President b) The seat of the US Congress

c) The famous national picture gallery d) The seat of the Prime Minister The biggest industrial city in the USA is

a) Washington b) New York c) Chicago d) Philadelphia The President is elected for years

a) 5 b) 3 c) 6 d) 4 In a group of people left England for the New World on board the ship

a) 1620; Mayflower b) 1650; St. Victoria

c) 1520; St. Mary d) 1615; Mayflower They set up a colony and called it

a) Colorado b) New England c) New World d) Texas is Americas harvest festival

a) St. Valentines Day b) Thanksgiving Day c) The Easter d) Christmas The first American flag had stripes and stars.

a) 1;1 b) 50;50 c) 20;15 d) 13;13 Alaska is also called

a) The Green Mountain State b) The Great Land

c) The white State d) The Sunshine State The Statue of Liberty was presented to America by the people of

a) Italy b) England c) France d) Canada The first president of the USA was

a) G. Washington b) A. Lincoln c) G. Kennedy d) Rusvelt The highest building in Washington is

a) The white House b) The Capitol c) The Lincoln Memorial d) The Washington Monument


Australia Australia is seem to people

a) an unusual world b) an upside-down world c) a strange world Australia was discovered by

a) Ch. Columbus c) unknown explorer

b) Captain Cook d) Marko Polo Of first settlements was the most important

a) Sydney c) Brisbane

b) Canberra d) Adelaide The early settlers were very to the aborigines

a) kind b) cruel c) indifferent () The Constitution of Australia was introduce in

a) 1900 c) 1901

b) 1905 d) 1898 Australias greatest river is

a) The Mississippi c) The Yukon

b) The Thames d) The Murray The main occupation in Australia is

a) agriculture c) food industry

b) machine building d) ship-building Today there are about 15 million in Australia, most of then are of origin.

a) Roman c) British

b) Franch d) Scandinavian The Capital of Australia is

a) Sydney c) Canberra

b) Melbourne d) Adelaide The strangest of native Australian animals is

a) the kangaroo c) the dingo

b) the platypus d) the emu is a comical looking animal.

a) the platypus c) the kangaroo

b) the echidna d) the koala The only killer among the native animals is

a) the echidna c) the kangaroo

b) the dingo d) the koala

13. and are represented on the Australian coat-of-arms ().

a) the emu and the dingo c) the emu and the kangaroo

b) the kangaroo and the koala d) the coala and the dingo

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