Improve your cultural knowledge of London.

May 31, 2012

Hi guys!

We're going to do another fun London culture quiz. Answer the questions and see how many you get right:

London quiz questions.

1. In which big park in London can you find speaker's corner?

2. What do London buses, postboxes and some phoneboxes have in common?

3. What is the name of Shakespeare's theatre?

4. What are Stanstead, Luton and Gatwick?

5. When is the Union Jack flag flown at Buckingham Palace?

6.  What is Harrods?

7. How much do you have to pay to get into most London museums?

8. What is the West end?

9. Which famous communist is buried in Highbury cemetery?

10. What kind of music is Ronnie Scott's famous for?

11. What is the most expensive area of London on the monopoly board?

12. What is the name of the football stadium that the English national team uses?

13. Where in London is the Royal observatory?

14. What happens at Wimbledon every summer?

15. What is the name of the magazine/website that people use to see what entertainment/shopping e.t.c. they can find in London?

Answers: How well did you do?

1.  Hyde Park. People go there to talk about politics.

2. They are all red, although the red phoneboxes aren't really that common anymore.

3. The Globe.

4. Airports.

5. When the Queen is not in the palace. If she is there the Royal standard is shown.

6. A famous department store in Knightsbridge.

7. Nothing! They are nearly all free.

8. It is an area near Charing Cross that has a lot of theatres, with their play and musicals.

9. Karl Marx.

10. Jazz.

11. Mayfair. And it's the most expensive in real life too.

12. Wembley.

13. Greenwich.

14. A global tennis competition.

15. Time out.

Ok guys. How was that? Hope you did well. If not at least you probably learnt something.

Anyway, there is final quiz coming soon, this time on the history of London.

Good luck with your English!

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