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I. Read the following unfinished statements or questions carefully. For eachunfinished statement or question four suggested answers marked A, B, C and D are given. Choose the one you think best completes the statements oranswers the question.
1. The first known settlers of Britain were the ____.
C. Beaker Folk
2. The Celts' religion was ____.
3. Roman control was only effective in ____.
D. The southeast of Britain
4. Christianity was first brought to England by the ____.
5. The Romans remained in control of Britain for nearly 400 years and they
pulled out in ____.
A. 306 AD
B. 410 AD
C. 446 AD
D. 1066 AD
6. Which of the following tribes came to Britain first?
A. The Angles.
B. The Saxons.
C. The Gaels.
D. The Jutes.
7. ____ became the first real king of England, though he did not assume that style.
8. ____ became the first Archbishop of Canterbury.
C. St. Augustine
9. The Vikings began to attack various parts of England from the end of the ____century.
10. Who were the ancestors of the English and the founders of England?
A. The Anglo-Saxons.
B. The Normans.
C. The Vikings.
D. The Romans
11. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
A. Alfred the Great started the English navy.
B. Alfred the Great reorganized the Saxon any, making it more efficient.
C. Alfred the Great established schools and formulated a legal System.
D. Alfred the Great impose a tax, called the Danegeld, on the Saxons.
12. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
A. Canute was chosen by the Witan as king of England.
B. Canute was a warrior king and fought many battles against the Normans.
C. Canute pided power between Danes and Saxons.
D. Canute forced Malcolm II, king of the Scots, to recognize him as overlord.
13. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. Edward the Confessor was more French than English.
B. Edward the Confessor filled his court with 'foreign' favorites.
C. Edward the Confessor was on very good terms with his father-in-law,Earl Godwin.
D. Edward the Confessor appointed a Norman priest Archbishop of Canterbury.
14. When Edward the Confessor died, ____was chosen by the Witan as king Of England.
A. the king of Norway
B. Harold Godwinson, Earl of Wessex
C. Edgar, Edward's nephew
D. Tostig, the deposed Earl of Northumbria
15. Tostig, Harold's brother, joined____, and made an attempt to recover his lost earldom of Northumbria.
A. Harold Hardrada, King of Norway
B. Edgar, Edward's nephew
C. Malcolm II, King of the Scots
16. William, Duke of Normandy, fought King Harold of England at the Battle of Hastings in____.
17. William won the Battle of Hastings. Later, on____, he was crowned king of England.
A. Easter Day
B. St. Andrew's Day
C. Christmas Day
D. Boxing Day
18. William, Duke of Normandy, is now known as____.
A. William the Confessor
B. William Lion-Heart
C. the father of the British navy D. William the Conqueror
19. Most of the land belonging to the Saxons was confiscated by William and given to____.
A. the Norman barons
B. the Danes
C. the Irish
D. the Scots
20. The Norman Conquest is perhaps ____event in English history.
A. a trifling
B. the best-known
C. a horrifying
D. a sensational
1. B 2. C 3. D 4. A 5. B 6. C 7. B 8. C 9. B 10. A 11. D 12. B 13. C 14. B 15. A 16. B 17. C 18. D 19. A 20. B