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  • Using The EU, UN and Commonwealth Quiz

    The Quiz tests students' knowledge and understanding of the EU, UN and Commonwealth.

    • The quiz gives a set of factual questions with answers to choose from. Every answer comes with a 'right' or 'wrong' response and an explanation of this.
    • The quiz can be used as a fun starter before visiting specific activities. Alternatively, it can be used in between activities to provide a quick learning challenge - or to round off a topic.
    • Encourage students to do the quiz as often as they like. They can always learn more from the information given in the answers.
    Quiz questions

    1. The European Parliament meets in one of these cities. Which one?
      (a) Basel
      (b) Berlin
      (c) Brussels (correct)

    2. What is the main currency used in the European Union?
      (a) Dollars
      (b) Euros(correct)
      (c) Pounds

    3. How did the British government find out whether their citizens wanted to stay in the European Union?
      (a) They called an election
      (b) They held a referendum(correct)
      (c) They voted in parliament

    4. Which of these roles does the UN not do?
      (a) Maintain international peace and security
      (b) Promote respect for human rights and fundamental freedom
      (c) Regulate the terms of world trade(correct)

    5. Is the UN a permanent member of the UN Security Council?
      (a) Yes (correct)
      (b) No

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