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Questions about english and england to use as a TEFL class

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English Banana.com Test Your Research Skills You Either Know It Or You Dont! 1 For more fun tests, quizzes and games log onto www.englishbanana.com now! This worksheet can be photocopied and used without charge Use a research library or the internet to find the answers to this quick quiz: 1. The capital city of Luxembourg is __________________.2. The six English counties that start with the letter S are:______________________________________________________3. Tea bags were invented in 1908 by __________________.4. A male horse is known as a __________________.5. The United Nations was founded in __________________.6. The acronym UNICEF stands for______________________________________________________7. The Greek god __________________ represented the sun.8. The patron saint of lovers is __________________.9. __________________ won the Pulitzer Prize in the US for her novelThe Shipping News in 1994.10. Mikhail Gorbachev won the Nobel Peace Prize in ________________.11. Sorbitol is used in many foods as a __________________.12. The capital of the Australian state of Queensland is _______________.13. The first Australian Prime Minister was __________________.14. In England, the Battle of __________________ Field took place in1485. 15. Lento is a musical term meaning to play __________________.English Banana.com Test Your Research Skills You Either Know It Or You Dont! 1 For more fun tests, quizzes and games log onto www.englishbanana.com now! This worksheet can be photocopied and used without charge Answers: 1. The capital city of Luxembourg is Luxembourg.2. The six English counties that start with the letter S are: Shropshire,Somerset, South Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Suffolk and Surrey.3. Tea bags were invented in 1908 by Thomas Sullivan.4. A male horse is known as a stallion.5. The United Nations was founded in 1945.6. The acronym UNICEF stands for UN International ChildrensEmergency Fund.7. The Greek god Apollo represented the sun.8. The patron saint of lovers is St. Valentine.9. E Annie Proulx won the Pulitzer Prize in the US for her novel TheShipping News in 1994.10. Mikhail Gorbachev won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1990.11. Sorbitol is used in many foods as a sweetener.12. The capital of the Australian state of Queensland is Brisbane.13. The first Australian Prime Minister was Edmund Barton.14. The Battle of Bosworth Field took place in 1485.15. Lento is a musical term meaning to play slowly.