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the House – а) дворец б) палата в) домthe House of Lords – а) дом лордов б) палата лордов в) палата аристократовMember of Parliament –а) гражданин парламента б) член парламента в) член советаhereditary peers –а) наследственные пэры б) наследственные аристократы в) наследственные члены парламентаlife peers –а) пэры на время б) пожизненные пэры в) живые аристократыbill –а) законопроект б) счет в) документgeneral election –а) общий конкурс б) общественное голосование в) общие выборыthe House of Commons – а) палата простых б) палата обычных в) палата общин parliament. monarchy government the Prime Minister the Speaker the Lord Chancellor chamber to debate to elect to vote for/against to approve smth./smb. to inherit smth. to represent smb. to sit the head of the state to consist of парламент монархия правительство Премьер Министр Спикер Лорд Канцлер палата обсуждать выбирать одобрять наследовать представлять заседать глава государства состоять из голосовать за/против incompetent personal achievements agreement to limit power Queen / King law woolsack throne to preside over to form legislative branch некомпетентный личные достижения соглашение ограничивать власть королева/король закон мешок с шерстью трон председательствовать образовывать законодательный орган Britain is a parliamentary monarchy. Officially the head of the state is the king or queen. The Houses of Parliament (symbol of London), called officially the Palace of Westminster, were a place for kings and queens. Parliament represents the legislative branch. Parliament in Britain has existed since 1265. Parliament consists of two chambers or houses: the House of Lords and the House of Commons. The House of Lords. The House of Commons. 1. In the UK there is no president, the Queen is …… of the …….2. There are two Houses in the Parliament: …………… and …………………………….. 3. People who sit in the_______ of Commons are called …..4. People who sit in the …… of Lords are called ……….5. British people ……. for MPs at a general ……….6. The party which wins a general ………… forms the ………….. and their leader becomes the ……………….7. After the Queen approves the bill, it becomes ………. Now fill in the gaps with the new words. (№1) 1. In the UK there is no president, the Queen is the head of the state. 2. There are two Houses in the Parliament: the House of Lords and the House of Commons. 3. People who sit in the House of Commons are called MPs. 4. People who sit in the House of Lords are called peers. 5. British people vote for MPs at a general election. 6. The party which wins a general election forms the government and their leader becomes the Prime Minister. 7. After the Queen approves the bill, it becomes law. Check your answers. 1. The British Parliament sits in two buildings. 2. There is a general election when the Queen decides. 3. If there was a general election in 2004, the next general election should be in 2009 or earlier. 4. Life peers get into the House of Lords because their parents were rich. 5. Every member of the House of Lords and the House of Commons is called an MP. 6. Most members of the House of Lords are very clever and competent. 7. Members of Parliament represent everyone in the country. 8. Members of the House of Lords form the British government. 9. The Queen is the head of the government. 10. The United Kingdom is a monarchy. Say true or false. If false correct the sentence. (№2) This is the Speaker. 2 This is the House of Lords This is the Lord Chancellor This is the Woolsack This is the throne This is the House of Commons These are red lines on the carpet This is a long corridor where MPs come to vote 2 Match the pictures with their descriptions KEY: 1-g 2-a 3-e 4-d 5-c 6-b 8-h 10-f Answer the questions 1.Where does the British Parliament sit? 2.How many houses does it consist?. 3.Who sits in the Houses of Commons? 4.Who presides over the House of Commons? 5.How often do British people vote for MPs? 6.What people does the House of Lords consists of? 7.Who presides over the House of Lords? 8.Where does he sit? 9.Who is the head of the state? 10.What does she do? 11.What kind of state is the UK ?