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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120370: The Story of Guy Fawkes
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    The Story of Guy Fawkes


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    1. The other name of Guy Fawkes Night is .

    2. Guy Fawkes was .

    3. He was .

    4. In a group of Catholics decided to take action against the King.

    5. King had succeeded to Queen Elizabeth I.

    6. The Gunpowder Plot wanted to the Parliament.

    7. A man put barrels of powder in the cellar of the Parliament.

    8. The leader of the group was .

    9. The Plot failed because a member .

    10. King James .

    11. Guy Fawkes was .

    12. The people of England were told .

    13. To celebrate, people .

    14. Today, people celebrate with and they burn dummies that look like Guy Fawkes.

    15. The dummy is made by the children and is called .









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