We’ll listen to the poem and read it We’ll practise our words We’ll do some grammar We’ll learn some information about the Queen
The King asked The Queen, and The Queen asked The Dairymaid: "Could we have some butter for The Royal slice of bread?“ The Queen asked the Dairymaid, The Dairymaid Said, "Certainly, I'll go and tell The cow Now Before she goes to bed." The Dairymaid She curtsied, And went and told the Alderney: "Don't forget the butter for The Royal slice of bread." The Alderney said sleepily: "You'd better tell His Majesty That many people nowadays Like marmalade Instead."
slice of bread Curtsy Alderney Marmalade
The (1) asked The(2) and The (2) asked The Dairymaid:
"Could we have some (3) for The Royal slice of (4) ?“
The (5) asked the Dairymaid, The (6) Said, "Certainly,
I'll go and tell The (7) Now Before she goes to (8) ."
The Dairymaid She curtsied, And went and told the Alderney:
"Don't forget the (9) for The Royal slice of (10) ."
The (11) said sleepily: "You'd better tell His Majesty That many people nowadays Like (12) Instead."
Let’s study the British way of ruling the country!
She is the head of state but she doesn’t rule the country and has no power. And, of course, the Queen is very rich.
Travel about the UK and visit schools, hospitals and other special places.
It offers laws It changes laws It delays laws
About the policy of the country About taxes (налоги) And about many other things
1. Who is the symbol of the state in Britain? The Queen is. Does the Queen have much power? No, she doesn’t. What places do the Queen and the members of her family visit? They visit schools, hospitals and other special places. Who does the real power in the country belong to? The British Parliament.
How many Houses does the Parliament consist of? It consists of two Houses. What are they? The House of Lords and the House of Commons. What does the House of Lords do? It offers, changes and delays laws. What does the House of Commons do? It makes different laws.