Test yourself

Complete the sentences with the correct forms of the words given in brackets.

1.  Prime Minister has (appointment) (1 p.) a practising surgeon as a minister at the Department of Health.

2.  Great Britain (declaration) (1 p.) war on Germany on 4 August 1914.

3.  Before a General Election, Parliament (dissolution) (1 p.) by Royal Proclamation.

4.  (dissolve) (1 p.) is granted by the monarch at the request of the prime minister.

5.  Zimbabwe's High Court declared that the invalidation or (withdraw) (1 p.) or cancellation of the applicant's passport was unlawful, null, void and of no force and effect.

6.  Ukrainian President has threatened to use his right to (calling) (1 p.) early elections if a new coalition is not formed within 30 days.

7.  More than a million British passports have (issuance) (1 p.) to immigrants over the past decade according to new Government figures. The 1,020,510 total - an average of 102,000 every year - means an immigrant is granted British citizenship every five minutes.