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Getting To Know Hungary

This is another fill-in quiz. Just complete the sentences correctly in English, learn about Hungary, and enjoy the quiz 

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    The capital of Hungary ___ Budapest.

    • are
    • is
    • was
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    Budapest ___ situated ___the two banks of the Danube.

    • is/on
    • are/in
    • the/at
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    The two banks are ___ by six roads and two railway bridges.

    • connect
    • connecting
    • connected
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    Almost two-thirds of the territory of Hungary consists ___ fertile plains.

    • of
    • on
    • in
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    July and August ___ the two sunniest months, with almost 300 hours ___ sunshine.

    • is/in
    • are/of
    • are/the
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    Lake Balaton is ___ lake in Central Europe which can be reached by taking the M7 from Budapest.

    • big
    • bigger
    • the biggest
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    The sporting season ___ the resort town of Balaton begins around the middle of May with the festivities at Balatonfured

    • of
    • at
    • in
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    Pecs, one of the oldest cities ___ Transdanubia and was originally a Celtic settlement.

    • in
    • of
    • on
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    ___1367 the first university in Hungary was opened in Pecs.

    • At
    • Of
    • In
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    Szeged is one of Hungary’s most important university cities; the open-air Theater Festival ___ each summer and enjoys an international reputation.

    • is held
    • hold
    • helded
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    The national dish of Hungary ____ goulash.

    • are
    • is
    • was

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      • I have no problem with my English. You must be saying this because I am not a native speaker. The only reason why errors creep in is because there is no edit button. I post and then see those errors. And by the way it is not ‘practice make perfect’ but ‘practice makes it perfect’

        • The original quote is practice makes perfect and I am not saying your English is not good but if you do find that sometimes errors creep in as they do for me too then what helps me is that I have Grammarly checking my writing as I write and showing me the errors which I can correct right away before posting

          • The original idiom as you say could be what you have said but I will never use it as grammatically it is not correct.

            Virily is a drop where I can practice my English by the way (lol) Sad part about virtual interaction is one hardly knows how good or bad a person’s knowledge is in any field. The less we assume the better for our souls (lol)

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