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This 7 question word test will reveal which social class you are

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You've clicked on it because you're British. And if there's one thing British people are interested in, it's class. Whether you're a straw-boater Henley chap (see above) or a cor blimey working-class oik, it's the national obsession.

But these days, it's not quite as simple as it used to be, with a variety of middle classes emerging to muddy the waters. Fortunately, help is at hand in the form of this excellent test: simply choose which word you use in seven different scenarios and you'll discover which class you belong to.

Would Sir like a napkin while he completes the quiz? Or a serviette? Think carefully before you answer...

 

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