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<ul><li><p>English Banana.com Test Your Research Skills </p><p>You Either Know It Or You Dont! 1 </p><p>For more fun tests, quizzes and games log onto www.englishbanana.com now! </p><p>This worksheet can be photocopied and used without charge </p><p>Use a research library or the internet to find the answers to this quick quiz: </p><p>1. The capital city of Luxembourg is __________________.</p><p>2. The six English counties that start with the letter S are:</p><p>______________________________________________________</p><p>3. Tea bags were invented in 1908 by __________________.</p><p>4. A male horse is known as a __________________.</p><p>5. The United Nations was founded in __________________.</p><p>6. The acronym UNICEF stands for</p><p>______________________________________________________</p><p>7. The Greek god __________________ represented the sun.</p><p>8. The patron saint of lovers is __________________.</p><p>9. __________________ won the Pulitzer Prize in the US for her novelThe Shipping News in 1994.</p><p>10. Mikhail Gorbachev won the Nobel Peace Prize in ________________.</p><p>11. Sorbitol is used in many foods as a __________________.</p><p>12. The capital of the Australian state of Queensland is _______________.</p><p>13. The first Australian Prime Minister was __________________.</p><p>14. In England, the Battle of __________________ Field took place in1485. </p><p>15. Lento is a musical term meaning to play __________________.</p></li><li><p>English Banana.com Test Your Research Skills </p><p>You Either Know It Or You Dont! 1 </p><p>For more fun tests, quizzes and games log onto www.englishbanana.com now! </p><p>This worksheet can be photocopied and used without charge </p><p>Answers: </p><p>1. The capital city of Luxembourg is Luxembourg.</p><p>2. The six English counties that start with the letter S are: Shropshire,Somerset, South Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Suffolk and Surrey.</p><p>3. Tea bags were invented in 1908 by Thomas Sullivan.</p><p>4. A male horse is known as a stallion.</p><p>5. The United Nations was founded in 1945.</p><p>6. The acronym UNICEF stands for UN International ChildrensEmergency Fund.</p><p>7. The Greek god Apollo represented the sun.</p><p>8. The patron saint of lovers is St. Valentine.</p><p>9. E Annie Proulx won the Pulitzer Prize in the US for her novel TheShipping News in 1994.</p><p>10. Mikhail Gorbachev won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1990.</p><p>11. Sorbitol is used in many foods as a sweetener.</p><p>12. The capital of the Australian state of Queensland is Brisbane.</p><p>13. The first Australian Prime Minister was Edmund Barton.</p><p>14. The Battle of Bosworth Field took place in 1485.</p><p>15. Lento is a musical term meaning to play slowly.</p></li></ul>