Welcome to British Life Quiz Show - photocopiables

Welcome to British Life Quiz Show - photocopiables

Welcome to British Life Quiz Show What are the rules? First Round

Choose a category Choose one of the questions in that category and answer to get the point of that question Be the first to guess the hidden picture under the quiz show questions and get one pass in the final round.

Final Round The competitor who has guessed or known the hidden picture correctly starts the final round Competitors gives facts one by one in turn from the first rounds quiz questions and get 150 points for each The competitor who cannot remember and give any facts is eliminated

The competitor who is not eliminated at the end of the show gets 300 points as a bonus The competitor with the most points is the winner

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