Chapter 4 Test 4

Chapter 4 Test 4




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Chapters 1 & 2Chapter 4Chapter 5
Test 1.2Test 4.1Test 5.1
Chapter 3Test 4.2Test 5.2
Test 3.1Test 4.3Test 5.3
Test 3.2Test 4.4Test 5.4
Test 3.3Test 4.5Test 5.5
Test 3.4Test 4.6Test 5.6
Test 3.5Test 4.7Test 5.7
Test 3.6Test 4.8Test 5.8
Test 3.7Test 4.9Test 5.9
Test 3.8Test 4.10Test 5.10
Test 3.9Test 4.11Chapter 6
Test 3.10Test 4.12Test 6.1




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Life in the UK Test 1Life in the UK Test 13Life in the UK Test 26
Life in the UK Test 2Life in the UK Test 14Life in the UK Test 27
Life in the UK Test 3Life in the UK Test 15Life in the UK Test 28
Life in the UK Test 4Life in the UK Test 16Life in the UK Test 29
Life in the UK Test 5Life in the UK Test 17Life in the UK Test 30
Life in the UK Test 6Life in the UK Test 18Life in the UK Test 31
Life in the UK Test 7Life in the UK Test 19Life in the UK Test 32
Life in the UK Test 8Life in the UK Test 20Life in the UK Test 33
Life in the UK Test 9Life in the UK Test 21Life in the UK Test 34
Life in the UK Test 10Life in the UK Test 22Life in the UK Test 35
Life in the UK Test 11Life in the UK Test 23Life in the UK Test 36
Life in the UK Test 12Life in the UK Test 24Life in the UK Test 37
Life in the UK Test 25Life in the UK Test 38

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Remembrance Day commemorates those who died fighting for the UK and its allies. Originally it commemorated the dead of the First World War, which ended on 11 November 1918. People wear poppies (the red flower found on the battlefields of the First World War). At 11.00 am there is a two-minute silence and wreaths are laid at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London.
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