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The Stuarts


Test 6

1. Choose the right option. Who was the first Stuart on the Britain’s thrown?

A Charles I B Games I C George I

2. Choose the right option. What king was described as “the wisest fool in Christendom”?

A Charles I B Games I C George I

3. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). The Stuarts believed in the divine right of kings.

4. Choose the right option. What king preferred to rule without Parliament and was a success.

A Charles I B Games I C George I

5. Choose the right option. Who made laws in the 17th century?

A the king B Parliament

6. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). The king could not dissolve parliament.

7. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). The Stuarts supported the Kirk as it had a more democratic organization.

8. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). The Stuarts hated puritans and their idea of Presbyterian Church.

9. Chose the right option. Guy Fawkes tried to… .

A make a new law on taxation B blow up the Houses of Parliament C control the national budget D build a clock tower

10. Chose the right option. What holiday is celebrated on 5 November in Britain?

A Halloween B Thanks giving day C Guy Fawkes Day D Constitution Day

11. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). Parliament was supported by population, the navy, and the merchants.

12. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). Cromwell’s Army consisted of educated men who fought for their beliefs.

13. Chose the right option. .… of the MPs did not want to put the king on trial.

A a third B two thirds C a quarter D a half

14. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). After king’s execution Parliamentary rule was very popular.

15. Chose the right option. How long was Britain a republic?

A. 10 years B 11 years C 15 years D 20 years

16. Chose the right option. When was the republic over?

A. 1658 B. 1660 C. 1666 D. 1678

17 Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). Cromwell used the army to maintain law and order in the country.



18. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). The idea of using the army to maintain law and order in the country has been very popular with British people since those days.

19. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). Cromwell’s government forbade celebrating Christmas and Easter.

20. Choose the right option.”…never said a foolish thing, nor ever did a wise one” Who are the words about?

A Charles I B Charles II C Games I

21. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). Catholics were allowed to hold public office.

22. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). Charles II was attracted to the Catholic Church.

23. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). There was a catholic plot to murder Charles II and put his brother James on the thrown.

24. Chose the right option. What are Nonconformists?

A Catholics B. Methodists C Puritans

25. Chose the right option. What event was called the Glorious revolution?

A Coronation of William of Orange B Coronation of Mary C Coronation of James I

26. Chose the right option. The “concent of the people” led to the idea that ……… should be the overall power in the state.

A Parliament B king

27. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). According to The Act of Settlement only a protestant can inherit the crown.

28. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). The Act of Settlement has remained in force since 1701.

29. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). In 1707 Scotland and England united.

30. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). Scotland has kept its own legal and judicial system and its own separate Church.

31. Chose the right option. Whose battlecry is this “No Surrender!”

A. Ulster Catholics’ B. Ulster Protestants’

32. Choose the right option(s). Who were main enemies of Britain in the 17th century?

A Spain B Holland C France D Portugal E Germany F Italy

33. Choose the right option. What country did sugar come from to Britain?

A Egypt B India C China D Cuba

34. Choose the right option(s). What events are connected with Puritanism?

A a new translation of the Bible B the formation of sects C social work of Quakers D growth of trade unionism   E colonizing Africa F colonizing America   F Jews were allowed to return to Britain

35. Choose the right option(s). What ideas are close to the Quakers?

A equality of sexes B pacifism C fight for good working conditions D gin drinking E ideas of violence F ideas of beating children

36. Choose the right option. “Every scientific idea must be tested by experiment”.Who do these words belong to?

A Isaac Newton B Francis Bacon C Jeffery Chaucer D William Marlee

37. Match scientists, dates and discoveries:

1 Isaac Newton 2 William Harvey 3 Edmund Halley A 1628 B 1666 C 1682 d the circulation of blood e tracking a comet f the mathematical principle of natural philosophy

38. Choose the right option. What type of transport became the main one in the 17th century?

A railways B waterways C buses

39. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). Most towns had proper shops by 1690.

40. Money could buy a high position in British society. What did new and old gentry call themselves. Match.

1. New gentry A. squires

2. Old gentry B. yeomen

41. Choose the right option. The rich spent their free time in (1)......, the poor in (2)…. .

A coffeehouses B alehouses

42. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). The population in the Tudor times rose rapidly.

43. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). The population in the Stuart age decreased.

44. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). In the Stuart age most people married in their mid twenties.



45. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). Methods of upbringing were not strict in the Stuart age.

46. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). Absolute obedience of children and wife were not expected.

47. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). Children were frequently beaten.

48. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). British women had no right on whatever property they had brought into a marriage.

49. Agree (write T) or disagree (write F). Scottish women were more independent than English.

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