Life in the UK: Everyday Knowledge for Residents
This book (coming in a compact 6" by 9" size) is based on the Home Office official second edition book "LIFE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM - A Journey to Citizenship". It is a perfect book from which to understand how the UK works and is ideal for anyone new to the UK. The book also contains the relevant material for the Life in the UK Test (similar to the Home Office official publication and written under copyright) and includes 96 questions to test your readiness for the test for those who want to become permanent residents or British Citizens. Questions have been built around what you need to know to pass the test and important aspects of living in Britain.
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