From pumpkin, playing tricks by children.

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From pumpkin, playing tricks by children.

a) at b) by c) behind d) under

  1. The monarch delivers the speech … the Throne in Westminster Palace on the at the official opening of a new session of Parliament on the holiday of State Opening the Government.

a) at b) on c) in d) from

  1. A session of the British Parliament* usually startbegins … the end of October or in the beginning of November, or after general election.

a) at b) on c) in d) from

  1. Christmas Day is the most important … all bank holidays.

a) at b) with c) in d) from

12.8.Boxing Day (celebrated on the 26 th of December, 26) is called so, as all presents

12. are given … boxes.

a) on b)at c) in d) to

  1. On Latе Summer Bank Holiday (on the 28 th of August) people usually go … the coast or to events such as Edinburgh Festival and etc.

a) tob) at c) in d) on

14.8.Spring Bank Holiday takes place each year on the last Monday … May in


Wales, and Northern Ireland.

a) to b) on c) with d) in

15. Sports Day is one day each year in Britain when most of children …

Schools takes takes part in outdoor sports competitions.

a) at b) on c) with d) in

16. St. David’s Day (on the 1st of March) is the Day … the Patron Saint of

Wales, a church festival, a national holiday of Wales.

a) in b) to c)of d) between

17. April Fools’ Day is the day on the 1st of April in English-speaking

countries when when people play tricks … each other.

a) on b) to c) with d)in

18.8.Battle of Britain Day (the 15th of September, 15) commemorates British Air


Victory … German Air Forces in autumn of 1940.

a) over b) to c) with d) in

The Edinburgh Festival is a festival of music and drama that is held in

19. Edinburgh (Scotland) … three weeks every summer weeks since 1947.

a) in b) for c) over d)to

20. On Green Ribbon Day (День Зеленой Лентыthe 17th of) on March, 17all Irish

People whenever they

live, put … a shamrock into buttonholes of their


a)on b) to c) with d)in

21.8.The festival of Bonfire Night on the 5th of November is connected … a

  1. Famous Gunpowder Plot in 1605. 1605 in the British history.

a) by b) to c) with d) on

  1. Under Bonfire Night* is meant also Guy Fawkes Night because of the

name …

… oneone of the plotters.

a) at b) in c) on d) of

  1. The Gunpowder Plot* was planned to blow … the Parliament while King James was inside. a) upb) in c) on d) of
  2. Originally Guy Fawkes Night was celebrated earlier as Protestant’s victory … Catholics.

a) over b) on c) in d) with

  1. The festival Guy Fawkes Night is now enjoyed … every British now.

a) to b) by c) on d) in

  1. Halloween (also Hallows’ Eve)* is the night of 31st of October once believed … the past that ghosts could be seen.

a) to b) on c) in d) over

  1. Now on Halloween in Britain, it is the time on Halloween in Britain when children have parties, dress dress up as witches, make lanterns … of pumpkin, play trick or treat.

a) to b) on c) in d) out

The inside of Halloweenthe pumpkin should be removed out on Halloween, the

  1. burning candle is put … it to frighten people. a) to b) on c) in d) into

29.8.… the second March Sunday in March all British mothers in Britain receive gifts and

  1. cards from

Their fromchildren.

Their children on Mothering (Mother’s) Day.

a) To b)On c)In d) Into

30. … English traditions people give their fathers cards, or another presents on the

Third June Sunday in June, on Fathers’ Day..

a) Through b) According to c) Across d) Beside

ТЕСТ № 5.


1. Great Britain … for 1000 kilometers from the South to the extreme North.


a)stretch b) stretches c) stretched d) will stretch

2. The beautiful Loch Ness … tourists by its legendary monster.

a)attractsb) attract c) attracted d) will attracts

3. The summers … usually cool and rainy in Great Britain*.

a)were b)be c) is d) are

4. There … much rain and fog in autumn and winter in Great Britain.

a)were b) be c) is d) are

5. In practice the Sovereign* in Great Britain … , but … rule.

a)reigns …, … doesn’t b) reign … , … doesn’t

c) reigns … , … not d) reigns … , … do not

6. The Cabinet of Ministers in Great Britain … of the leading members of

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