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Материалы к игре "Кто возьмет миллион?" на английском языке
16.02.2011, 14:11:12
Game 1

Put the countries in the order of their size from the largest to the smallest
a) Kazakhstan
b) Russia
c) Great Britain
d) Austrailia

1. The Union Jack is…
a) the flag of the UK
b) the flag of Scotland
c) the flag of Wales
d) the flag of England
2. Where was William Shakespeare born?
a) London
b) Scotland
c) Stratford-upon-Avon
d) Wales
3. The head of State in Britain is
a) The Prime Minister
b) the President
c) the Queen
d) the Speaker
4. A VIP is a
a) very important person
b) very interesting person
c) very ill person
d) very intelligent person
5. In the UK, what do children hang up for Santa Claus to put their presents?
a) hats b) caps c) shoes d) socks
6. What can you see in Trafalgar Square?
a) Nelson Statue
b) King Memorial
c) Queen Memorial
d) Piccadilly Circus
7. The second most widely spoken language in the USA is …
a) Spanish
b) Italian
c) Chinese
d) French
8. Great Britain is separated from the continent by …
a) the Pacific Ocean
b) the Irish Sea
c) the Bristol Channel
d) the English Channel
9. The Great Fire of London broke out in …
a) 1066 b) 1766 c) 1106 d) 1666
10. Who was Shakespeare’s father?
a) dancer
b) farmer
c) politic
d) glove maker
11. When can you see the flag over the Queen’s residence?
a) when she is out
b) At 10 o’clock
c) When she is at home
d) When she has a party
12. How many stars does the flag of the US consist of?
a) 40 a) 50 c) 30 d) 13
13. Covent Garden is now …
a) a cinema
b) A theatre
c) A tourist shopping center
d) A fruit and vegetable garden
14. London is more than …
a) 1000 years old
b) 2000 years old
c) 3000 years old
d) 4000 years old
15. Albert Einstein was an American …
a) poet
b) scientist
c) artist
d) singer

Test 2

Selection level
Put the letters in the order of the alphabet
a) Y
b) J
c) B
d) M

1. How many oceans are there in the world?
a) 5
b) 6
c) 3
d) 4
2. Who is the author of "Romeo and Juliette”?
a) Somerset Maugham
b) William Shakespeare
c) Joahn Rouling
d) Charles Dickens
3. What is the smallest country in the world?
a) The Vatican
b) Alzhir
c) France
d) Australia
4. The name of the river in London is ...
a) The Volga
b) The Thames
c) The Nile
d) The Severn
5. When was Shakespeare born?
a) 1564
b) 1666
c) 1765
d) 1690
6. The capital of the USA is …
a) Washington DC
b) New York
c) San Francisco
d) London
7. The legend says that without them the Tower will fall.
a) the pigeons
b) The cats
c) The ravens
d) The horses
8. The American flag has …
a) 13 stripes
b) 20 stripes
c) 30 stripes
d) 50 stripes
9. Where is the Statue of Liberty situated?
a) New York
b) Atlanta
c) California
d) Massachusetts
10. Where can you say everything you want?
a) Regent’s Park
b) St. James’s Park
c) Central Park
d) Hyde Park
11. Americans celebrate it on the fourth of July
a) St. Valentine’s Day
b) Thanksgiving Day
c) Mother’s Day
d) Independence Day
12. Shakespeare’s mother was the …
a) daughter of a politician
b) daughter of a glove-maker
c) daughter of a farmer
d) daughter of a singer
13. Westminster Abbey is
a) The famous Royal Church
b) The palace
c) The castle
d) The monastery
14. You need help with a telephone call so you ask for the …
a) call girl
b) operator
c) police
d) teacher
15. The National Gallery is in …
a) Picadilly Circus
b) Parliament Square
c) Trafalgar Square
d) Leicester Square
Test 3

Selection level
Put the symbols according to the countries: Scotland, England, Northern Ireland, Wales.
A) Daffodil
cool
Thistle
C) Shamrock
D) Rose

1 The population of Kazakhstan is …
a) About 12 million
b) About 16 million
c) About 20 million
d) About 10 million
2. Britain’s population is more than … million people
a) 56
b) 5,6
c) 560
d) 7
3. Who was the first president of the USA?
a) George Washington
b) Albert IV
c) Bill Klinton
d) George Bush
4. What is the capital of Canada?
a) New York
b) Washington
c) Ottawa
d) Chicago
5. The official residence of the president in Washington
a) The White House
b) The British Museum
c) Federal Congress
d) Dawning st.10
6. When did William Shakespeare die?
a) 1564
b) 1664
c) 1666
d) 1616
7. The flag of the USA is called…
a) White stars
b) Flag with stars
c) Stars and stripes
d) Blue and red
8. Where are many British kings, queens and famous people buried?
a) In the Tower of London
b) In St. Paul’s Cathedral
c) On the river bank
d) In Westminster Abbey
9. Solve the riddle.
When I go, I don’t speak. But when I stop, I lie. What am I?
a) Road
b) Pen
c) Clock
d) wind
10. When you go to a friend’s house, you take off your …
a) Boots
b) Coat
c) Jewelry
d) watch
11. What is the longest river in the world?
a) The Mississippi
b) The Niagara
c) The Amazon
d) The Nile
12. What is the capital of Egypt?
a) Ankara
b) Ottawa
c) Tokyo
d) Cairo
13. Westminster is the … centre of London.
a) Cultural
b) Political
c) Business
d) industrial
14. Sir Christopher Wren built …
a) Buckingham Palace
b) Westminster Abbey
c) St. Paul’s Cathedral
d) The Tower of London
15. In what country do men wear skirts?
a) Scotland
b) China
c) India
d) Japan

Test 4

Selection level
Arrange these American holidays as they appear in the year
a) Valentine’s Day
b) New Year
c) Halloween
d) Christmas

1. The American flag has ….
a) 13 stripes
b) 30 stripes
c) 50 stripes
d) 51 stripes
2. Where is the Statue of Liberty located?
a) California c) New York
b) Atlanta d) Massachusetts
3. A popular American food is …
a) only fresh vegetables
b) barbeque ribs
c) fish and chips
d) fruit salad
4. Most movies are made in …
a) San Francisco c) Japan
b) Chicago d) Hollywood
5. Which country started the Christmas tree tradition?
a) Germany c) Norway
b) Russia d) England
6. Many stores close every …
a) Afternoon c) Sunday
b) Saturday d) Monday
7. In which month is Thanksgiving Day celebrated?
a) December c) February
b) November d) March
8. Which of these characters wasn’t created by Walt Disney?
a) Mickey Mouse c) Bugs Bunny
b) Donald Duck d) Pluto
9. Brunch is a combination of breakfast and lunch. Americans usually eat brunch on …
a) Sunday c) Friday
b) Tuesday d) every day
10. In restaurants we usually leave a …
a) 25-35 % c) 40-50 %
b) 10-20 % d) 35-45 %
11. The Wright brothers built the first …
a) telephone c) photograph
b) car d) airplane
12. A car with the letters MD on the license plate belongs to a …
a) diplomat c) detective
b) doctor d) dancer
13. What sports event takes place in diamond?
a) hockey c) volleyball
b) baseball d) football
14. He became rich and famous before he was 30
a) M. Twain c) J. London
b) R. Bradbury d) Walt Disney
15. He was shot (assassinated) in Ford’s Theatre.
a) Abraham Lincoln c) India
b) F.D. Roosevelt d) Japan

Test 5

Selection level
Arrange these cities from the youngest to the oldest
a) Boston
b) Moscow
c) St. Petersburg
d) Kaluga

1. Who was the 1 president of the U.S.A?
a) George Bush c) Bill Clinton
b) Albert IV d) George Washington
2. Who discovered America?
a) Christopher Columbus
b) George Washington
c) The Pilgrims
d) Amerigo Vespuchy
3. In the UK what do children hang up for Santa Claus to put their presents?
a) hats c) shoes
b) socks d) caps
4. At the movies people often eat…
a) popcorn c) nut
b) grapes d) chocolate
5. NBC, CBS, and ABC are…
a) government agencies
b) television stations
c) medical groups
d) sport association
6. Many people think the number thirteen brings…
a) happiness c) new job
b) money d) bad luck
7. At a cafeteria people…
a) eat only fast food c) leave a tip
b) serve themselves d) sleep
8. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. won the Nobel Prize for…
a) medicine c) science
b) literature d) peace
9. He is known as the " King of Jazz ”
a) Louis Armstrong c) Steven Spielberg
b) Elvis Presley d) Barbаrа Streisand
10. An average American lives about …
a) 65 years c) 75 years
b) 70 years d) 55 years
11. When were electric Christmas tree lights first used …
a) 1785 c) 1935
b) 1895 d) 1940
12. Abraham Lincoln was the …
a) 1st president c)16th president
b) 3rd president d) 40th president
13. He wrote imaginative science-fiction stories
a) Ray Bradbury c) Ernest Hemingway
b) Robert Frost d) Jack London
14. The first university in America was …
a) Boston c) Cambridge
b) Harvard d) Oxford
15. If you find a four leaf clover, you will
a) fall in love c) have good luck
b) fall off a ladder d) find a new friend
Test 6

Selection level
Arrange the weekdays as they appear in the week
a) Sunday
b) Friday
c) Tuesday
d) Wednesday

1.Christopher Columbus thought he had reached
a) America c) India
b) China d) Japan
2. Washington D.C is …
a) a district c) a county
b) an island d) a state
3. America celebrates it on the 4th of July.
a) Independence day c) Mother’s day
b) Thanksgiving day d) Father’s day
4. What is the financial and business centre of London?
a) City c) West End
b) East End d) North
5. Which country started the Christmas tree tradition?
a) Norway c) Turkey
b) Finland d) Germany
6. A women who is six feet tall is
a) very short
b) slim
c) very tall
d) medium height
7. Some people think it is a bad luck to break …
a) a window c) a glass
b) a mirror d) a cup
8. In the 1920s the Charleston was a popular …
a) restaurant c) song
b) clothes d) dance
9. The telephone was invented by …
a) Henry Ford
b) Alexander Bell
c) Donald Duck
d) Robert Frost
10. Christopher Columbus landed America in …
a) 1492 c) 1942
b) 1620 d) 1498
11. His real name was Samuel Clemens.
a) Ray Bradbury c) Mark Twain
b) Ernest Hemingway d) Jack London
12. Who is regarded as the most successful director of Hollywood?
a) Louis Armstrong
b) Elvis Presley
c) Barbara Roosevelt
d) Steven Spielberg
13. Eleanor Roosevelt dealt with …
a) foreign affairs c) education
b) writing poems d) army
14. Benjamin Franklin wrote one of the most famous …
a) declarations c) proclamations
b) autobiographies d) emancipations
15. Who was looking for gold in Alaska?
a) Alexander Bell
b) Jack London
c) Ray Bradbury
d) Ernest Hemingway

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