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人文知識 Test One

1. The Presidents during the American Civil War was _____. A. Andrew Jackson B. Abraham Lincoln C. Thomas Jefferson D. George Washington

2. Which of the following is Not a political division on the island of Great Britain? A. England B. Scotland C. Ireland D. Wales

3. _____ is the world’s largest exporter of mutton. A. New Zealand B. Australia C. Canada D. America

4. Which of the following does not belong to the first English-American colony? A. New Mexico B. Connecticut C. Delaware D. Virginia

5. The Statue of Liberty is located _____.

A. in Arizona B. at Boston Harbor C.in Washington D. at New York Harbor

6. The ancestors of English are ______. A. Celts B. Anglo-Saxons C. Scots D. Irish

7. Canada was originally one colony of _____. A. England B. America C. Australia D. Spain

8. The traditional dividing line in America between “east” and “west” is _____. A. the Appalachinas B. the Rockies

C. the Mississippi River D. the Rio Grade River

9. New Englanders were originally known as _____, which come to stand for all Americans.

A. Yankees B. Uncle Sam C. Hippies D. Puritans

10. The famous Silicon Valley is in the state of ___. A. Florida B. California C. Arizona D. Michigan

Unit Two

1. The capital of New Zealand is ____. A. Christchurch B. Auckland C. Wellington D. Hamilton

2. Which of the following is NOT a U.S. news and cable network?

A. ABC B. CNN

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C. CBS D. BBC

3. The First Continental Congress was held in 1774 in _____. A. New York B. Washington C. Philadelphia D. Louisiana

_____.

A. the Celts B. the Anglo-Saxons C. the Brythons D. the Iberians 5. The head of Canada is _____. A. the Prime Minister B. the British Monarch C. the governor-General D. the Cabinet

6. _____ has the world’s oldest written constitution and political party. A. Britain B. America C. Canada D. Australia

7. Of the five Great Lakes, _____ is the only one that lies entirely in the U.S. A. Lake Superior B. Lake Huron C. Lake Michigan D. Lake Erie

8. The symbol of the Democratic Party in the United States is ____.

A. the elephant B. the donkey C. the bear D. the eagle

4. The first known settlers of Britain were

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9. The Queen of the United Kingdom is the head of ____.

A. the executive B. the legislature C. the Parliament D. the churches 10. Which sport is regarded as typically English?

A. Snooker B. Cricket C. Rugby D. Tennis

Unit Three

1.Who were the natives of Australia before the arrival of the British settlers?

A. The Aborigines B. The Maori C. The Indians D. The Eskimos 2. Where is Edinburgh ?

A. In Wales B. In Scotland C. In Northern Ireland D. In Ireland

3. _____ is Canada’s largest city and the provincial capital of Ontario?

A. Vancouver B. Ottawa C. Montreal D. Toronto

4. Of all the states of America, ____ is the

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largest in area.

A. Alaska B. Rhode Island C. Texas D. Hawaii

5. The Great Council is known to be the prototype of the current ____.

A. British government B. British parties C. British Parliament D. British courts

6. The economic problem caused by the depression in 1920 was finally solved by ____.

A. World War II B. the New Deal C. the presidential election D. technological development 7. The United Kingdom is a ____.

A. colony B. unitary C. federal state D. feudal country

8. The largest city in New Zealand is ____. A. Wellington B. Dunedin C. Auckland D. Christchurch

9. The official name of Great Britain is ____.

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A. the United Kingdom B. the United Kingdom of Great Britain

C. the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland

D. the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Island

10. For nearly ____ years Britain was under the Roman occupation.

A. 300 B. 400 C. 500 D. 600

Unit 4

1.The Prime Minister in Britain is head of _____.

A. the Shadow Cabinet B. the Parliament C. the Opposition D. the Cabinet

2. _____ is the capital of New South Wales, and the oldest and largest city in Australia. A. Melbourne B. Sydney C. Darwin D. Canberra

3. Which of the following is NOT the

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