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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3679: English monarchy from 1066 to 2005.
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    English monarchy from 1066 to 2005.

    Here is the history of the English monarchy from 1066 to 2005.Take care, all dates have to be write in letters.

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    1. I am the most famous Queen of the 19th century. ( )   [qu...] (2 words)

    2. I was first known as James VI of Scotland. ( )   [ja...] (3 words)

    3. I initiated the Act of Supremacy of 1534. ( )   [he...] (3 words)

    4. I was at the head of the only Republic, the UK experienced. ( )   [ol...] (2 words)

    5. I was the first german-born king. ( )   [ge...] (3 words)

    6. I opposed the 'none-conformists' in the 1660's. ( )   [ch...] (3 words)

    7. I won the battle of Hastings in 1066. ( )   [wi...] (3 words)

    8. I became a monarch after the Glorious Revolution in 1688. ( )   [wi...] (3 words)

    9. I married Wallis Simpson and renounced to the throne. ( )   [ed...] (3 words)

    10. I was everybody's grandma , I died in 2002. ( )   [qu...] (2 words)

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