Aprende Inglés en Cádiz
Centro Preparador de Exámenes Oficiales de Inglés de A2, B1, B2, y C1.
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Greetings, people!!! En nuestras academias de inglés sabemos bien que la mejor forma de practicar el vocabulario sin necesidad de darse interminable panzadas de estudiar en casa es a través de los juegos; y un juego que nos permite practicar nuestros conocimientos del mundo a demás de nuestro inglés son las preguntas de verdadero/falso.

Pues hoy os hemos traído un listado que usamos en nuestra academia de Cádiz con nuestros alumnos. Es súper fácil de hacer, sólo tenemos que imprimir esta lista de afirmaciones y batirnos en duelo por turnos. ¿Quién gana? El primero en acertar un número estipulado de antemano o bien quien haya acertado correctamente más afirmaciones en un tiempo determinado.

Eso es todo, simple y divertido… enjoy!!!

  • 1 The United Kingdom runs under a unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy, while the head of state being Queen Elizabeth II.
  • 2 They have the 3rd largest economy in Europe.
  • 3 The United Kingdom is also the 8th largest economy in terms of purchasing power parity, and they contribute greatly to the world’s economy.
  • 4 Automobiles generate around 26.6 billion pounds of revenue each year.
  • 5 Agriculture is also a large part of the nation’s economy. They grow over 60% of their own foods.
  • 6 The last Ice Age shaped the geography of the United Kingdom. Today, most of the nation is covered in steep mountains and low valleys.
  • 7 Scotland is home to many small lochs, or narrow streams of water. Legend has it that a giant monster named Nessie can be found in Loch Ness in Scotland.
  • 8 The sports football, rugby, golf, boxing, and cricket were all invented in the United Kingdom.
  • 9 The author of the Harry Potter series, J.K. Rowling is from the United Kingdom.
  • 10 England is the largest country in the United Kingdom.
  • 11 The Summer Olympics were held in England three times
  • 12 The Queen’s Birthday is celebrated each year in the United Kingdom during a weekend in June. On the day of celebration there is a parade and many parties. Most businesses are closed,
  • and families get together to have family time.
  • 13 St. Patrick’s Day is a public holiday celebrated in Northern Ireland. Irish people drink beer and spirits while eating pink bacon and celebrating with grand parties.
  • 14  Whenever a royal is married, there is often a holiday. In 2011 when Prince William and Catherine Middleton were married the day was considered a national holiday and everyone was
  • given the day off from work and school.
  • 15 In Scotland, Boxing Day is celebrated each year on the day after Christmas. It commemorates the day in which servants used to receive their gifts from their employers. Today, it is simply
  • known as a bank holiday, and often isn’t celebrated very extravagantly.
  • 16 Big Ben in London actually doesn’t refer to the clock. Big Ben is the bell that is located in the clock tower.
  • 17 For over 300 years, French was the official language of the nation.
  • 18 There is not a point in Britain that is more than 75 miles away from a coastline. Due to this, many British people find themselves vacationing on the beach.
  • 19 Buckingham Palace in England has its very own police station.
  • 20 There are more chickens in England than there are humans.
  • 21 The first King of England, William the Conqueror made a law that everyone had to be in bed by 8pm.
  • 22 The earliest rail lines in the world were found in the United Kingdom.
  • 23 Each year it is estimated that over 80,000 umbrellas are lost in London.
  • 24 The United Kingdom includes the following countries: Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and England.
  • 25 When Scotland was added in 1707, the area became known as Great Britain. The addition of Ireland in 1801 brought about the name change to the United Kingdom.
  • 26 England is the most populous country in the United Kingdom.
  • 27 The official name for the United Kingdom is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
  • 28 The United Kingdom’s 7,700 miles of shoreline is the perfect habitat for a variety of seabirds and seals.
  • 29 In 2016, citizens voted for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union.
  • 30 Almost 60% of people in the United Kingdom are Christian.
  • 31 English is the official language of the United Kingdom. However, there are several regional languages that are recognized, including Welsh, Irish, Cornish, and and Scottish Gaelic.
  • 32 The United Kingdom is home to 28 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and Cities, including Bath, Canterbury, and Chester.
  • 33 It is legal for children over 5 to consume alcohol at home or in other private areas in the United Kingdom.
  • 34 In terms of area, the United Kingdom is smaller than the state of Oregon.
  • 35 London, England was the first city in the world to have an underground subway system.
  • 36 Queen Elizabeth became the longest-reigning monarch in the United Kingdom in 2015.
  • 37 The oldest home in the U.K. is about 6,000 years old. It is furnished with furniture made of stone, which still remains today.
  • 38 The United Kingdom has a limit of 12 minutes of commercials per hour of television.
  • 39 Prince Charles has been heir to the throne for over 60 years.
  • 40 Over 30% of women in the United Kingdom have had an abortion in their lifetime.
  • 41 165 million cups of tea per day are consumed in the United Kingdom.
  • 42 Over 300 languages are spoken in London — more than any other country in the world.
  • 43 Stonehenge was built approximately 3,000 years ago and is even older than the Great Pyramids of Egypt.
  • 44 There are over half a million vegans living in the United Kingdom.
  • 45 The British Pound reached a 31-year low following the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union.
  • 46 Turning back the clock hands of Big Ben takes a total of four hours.
  • 47 The largest Italian restaurant in the world is located in Britain. The Aakash seats up to 750 people.
  • 48 After hosting the 2012 Olympics, London became the first city to host the games three times.
  • 49 Windsor Palace is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world.
  • 50 Britain is the only country in the world that does not have a written constitution.

¡Una cosita! En esta lista son todas verdad. Para darle variedad al juego, lo que hacemos es leerlas tal cual, aleatoriamente, o hacerles algún cambio improvisado. De esta manera fomentamos la creatividad y le damos intriga al juego.

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