1：Celtic peoples inhabiting Britain called ().
2：Emperor Hadrian built a massive wall right across the country, named ().
3：The Anglo-Saxon invaders shaped England into () major kingdoms.
4：The Anglo-Saxon spoke a language which we now call ().
5：Anglo-Saxon couldn’t conquer ().
1：() actually managed to hold back the Vikings.
智慧树正确答案：Alfred the Great
2：() was the queen of Ethelred and later the queen of Canute.
3：The nike name of King Edward was ().
智慧树正确答案：Edward the Confessor
4：Famous Vikings number one was King ().
智慧树正确答案：Canute the Great
5：Which modern day words for days of the week originate from the Vikings?()
1：William Conqueror won the Battle of （）， then he became the first Norman King.
2：William the Conqueror had () sons.
3：William the Conqueror built at least 90 castles for ().
智慧树正确答案：a kind of protection
4：Norman Conquest happened on the year of ().
5：() of England marked the establishment of feudalism in England.
1：The Angevin Empire, also called ().
智慧树正确答案：the House of Plantagenet
2：() owned more land in France than the French King .
3：Henry’s quarrels with (), have cast a long shadow over his reign.
4：Richard I was called ().
智慧树正确答案：the Lion Heart
5：King John was forced to accept the historic Magna Carta,and in English it is called ().
智慧树正确答案：the Great Chapter
1：The Wars of the Roses were a series of dynastic wars for ().
智慧树正确答案：the throne of England
2：Queen Margaret of Anjou was the ().
3：Elizabeth Woodville was the ().
4：Elizabeth Woodville became a queen when married with Edward IV.That was her () mariage.
5：King Henry VI had ()that he couldn’t run the country.
1：The reign of the Tudor dynasty also became known as the time of the () in England.
2：Henry VIII had () wives.
3：How many days did LADY JANE GREY be the Queen of Tudor?()
4：Mary I persecuted 300 Protestants earned her the nickname ().
5：Queen Elizabeth never married all her life, regarded as a () married her nation.
1：James VI of Scotland succeeded to the English throne, and he was () of England in the Union of the Crowns.
2：James I firmly believed “the Divine Right of Kings”, which held that a king’s actions are approved of ().
3：Gunpowder plot was an assassinate toward () in 1605.
4：The supporters of Parliament were called () while the adherents of the King were called Cavaliers.
5：Who was the leader of New Model Army?()
1：George III was interested in agricultural improvement, so he was given the nickname ().
2：In 1801, under the Act of Union, Great Britain and Ireland were united a single nation, the United Kingdom, George III became the first king of the ().
3：Queen Victoria came to the throne shortly after her () birthday.
4：Britain was considered the Empire on which ().
智慧树正确答案：the sun never set
5：The great Victorian Era has left us one legacy that we still enjoy today, that is the British ().
1：George V first made () broadcast across the Empire at Christmas in 1932.
2：King Edward VIII abdicated because he fell in love with ().
3：King George VI was the origin figure of movie ().
智慧树正确答案：The King’s Speech
4：() has become the United Kingdom’s longest-reigning monarch, that means she has ruled for longer than any other Monarch in British history.
5：Diana died on Sunday, August 31，1997, following a () crash in Paris.
1：In the movie Brave Heart, the Scottish national hero () gathered his people, and defeated England army.
2：Traditionally, Scotsmen don’t wear underwear with kilts?()
智慧树正确答案：No, they don’t.
3：The haggis is made of the liver, heart and lungs of a ( ).
4：The national flower of Scotland is：
5：At the battlefields bagpipes have led many brave soldiers to fight, the pipers’duty was to stand on the battlefield and play stirring tunes to rouse his () out of trenches and into battle.
1：The famous Irish Proverb is “It’s easy to halve the () where there’s love”.
2：Irish in a New World was the flood of Irish into the ().
3：The author of poem When You Are Old is (). He is regarded by many as Ireland’s greatest ever poet.
智慧树正确答案：William Butler Yeats
4：Claddagh ring represents ().
智慧树正确答案：all of above
5：The Irish claim that they have been making wine () for anywhere between 1000 and 1600 years.
1：Wales has ( ) National Parks and five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
2：There is a () dragon on the national flag of Wales.
3：In Wales legend, Arthur was ( ) for sure. He lived in Wales landscape and lived in Welsh heart.
4：To mark the St David, Welsh people around the world wear one or both of their national emblems - a ( ) or leek.
5：According to legend on the eve of the battle against the Saxons St David advised the Britons to wear ( ) in their caps so as to easily distinguish friends from foes.
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