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Who Wants to be a Millionaire. Question 1 Who invented the seed drill?. Susan Tully. Jethro Hill. Jethro Tull. Jethro Till. Question 2 When did Britain’s war with France end?. 1815. 1715. 2015. 1915. Question 3 Where did villagers collect firewood from?. The shop. Back gardens.

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Who wants to be a millionaire

Who Wants to be aMillionaire


Who wants to be a millionaire

Question 1

Who invented the seed drill?

Susan Tully

Jethro Hill

Jethro Tull

Jethro Till


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Question 2

When did Britain’s war with France end?

1815

1715

2015

1915


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Question 3

Where did villagers collect firewood from?

The shop

Back gardens

Fallow field

Common Land


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Question 4

Which of these people did not help to change agriculture?

Arthur Young

Robert Bakewell

Jethro Tull

Samuel Crompton


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Question 5

Where were most of the crops in England grown?

Southern England

Eastern England

Northern England

Western England


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Question 6

Which of these did not help to produce more crops?

Selective Breeding

Crop rotation

Enclosure

New fertiliser


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Question 7

Who wrote ‘Annals of Agriculture’, a farming magazine?

Arthur Young

Arthur Strong

George IV

George III


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Question 8

Which of these was not a crop recommended by Townshend in his four crop rotation ?

Turnips

Potatoes

Clover

Wheat


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Question 9

In which period was the largest number of Enclosure Acts passed?

1790-1815

1760-1789

1730-1759

1820-1850


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Question 10

What name is given to the method of sowing seed common before Tull’s invention?

Broadcast sowing

Subsistence sowing

Televised sowing

Broadseed sowing


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Question 11

Which of these was not a problem of the Open Field System?

Poor community spirit

Wasting time

Little experimentation

Poor quality animals


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Question 12

Which of these groups gained most from Enclosure?

Large landowners

Squatters

Politicians

Small farmers


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Question 13

Who arranged meetings to spread new agricultural ideas?

Thomas Coke

Thomas Cook

Thomas Cooke

Tomas Koch


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Question 14

A tenant farmer…

Rents land to someone

Rents land from someone

Buys land

Sells land


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Question 15

On average, how much fatter were animals after selective breeding was introduced?

Ten to twelve times

Five to six times

Two to three times

Four to five times


I think the answer is a

A

I Think the Answer is A


I think the answer is b

B

I Think the Answer is B


I think the answer is c

C

I Think the Answer is C


I think the answer is d

D

I Think the Answer is D


I think the answer is don t know

I’m not too sure

I Think the Answer is Don’t Know


Audience a

A B C D

Audience A


Audience b

A B C D

Audience B


Audience c

A B C D

Audience C


Audience d

Audience D

A B C D


Audience draw

A B C D

Audience Draw


You leave with nothing

You leave with nothing


You leave with 1000

You Leave with £1000


You leave with 32 000

You Leave with £32,000


Congratulations you are today s millionaire

CONGRATULATIONS!You are today’s MILLIONAIRE!


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