Grammar Quiz

Articles with Proper Nouns Quiz


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___ Westminster Palace is home to ___ British Houses of Parliament

A. the, the

B. -, the

C. the, –

D. -, –


London is the capital of England and was built along ___ river Thames

A. the

B. –


___ Big Ben is not the name of the iconic clocktower, it is called the Elithabeth tower and ___ Big Ben is the name of the bell, that restes behind the clock face

A. the, the

B. -, the

C. the, –

D. -, –


___ Globe is an open-air amphitheater, where shows primarily run in spring through fall

A. the

B. –


___ Westminster Abbey, which is the part of the church in England, is not to be confused with ___ Westminster Cathedral, a catholic church in central London

A. the, the

B. -, the

C. the, –

D. -, –


___ St. Paul’s Cathedral is the representative of the spirit of London and has survived during the World War II

A. the

B. –


At the north of the Square, stands ___ National gallery, one of Londons most important museums with painting spanning 6 centuries

A. the

B. –


Adjacent to ___ Buckingham palace is the charming ___ St. James’s Park, where you can find ducks, swans and even pelicans

A. the. the

B. the, –

C. -, the

D. -, –


The tallest structure along the banks of ___ river Thames and one of the newest is ___ London Eye

A. -, the

B. the, the

C. -, –

D. the, –


Since 1837 ___ Buckingham Palace has been the official residence and principle workplace of the monarchy in London

A. the

B. –


___ Trafalgar Square plays host to numeral cultural events, performances, public demonstrations and celebrations

A. the

B. –


Millenium Bridge connects the north and south banks of ___ Thames with ___ St. Paul’s cathedral to the north and Shackspeare’s globe to the south.

A. the, the

B. -, the

C. the, –

D. -, –


___ British Museum, dedicated to human history and art, was first opened to the public in 1759

A. the

B. –




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