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The Geography and Political Outlook of the UK
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1._________________ is the official name of the state which is situated on the British Isles. 2. The capital of Great Britain is _______________. 3. The capital of Scotland is __________________. 4. The capital of Northern Ireland is______________. 5. The capital of Wales is_________________. 6. Ireland and Great Britain are separated by___________________. 7. The UK is separated from the continent by_____________________. 8. Once______________________used to be a part of the continent. 9. The UK is washed by________ in the west. 10. The UK is washed by________ in the east.
a) _______ British Isles; b) _______ Cardiff; c) _______ Scots; d) _______ Atlantic Ocean; e) _______ Wales; f) _______ Straits of Dover; g) _______ English Channel; h) _______ English; i) _______ Irish Sea; j) _______ United Kingdom.
London English The English English Cardiff Edinburgh The Welsh Welsh The Irish Country Capital People Language Great Britain Paris The British Irish England London The Welsh Welsh Scotland Cardiff The Scotch Scottish Wales Edinburgh The English Scottish Northern Ireland Belfast The English Irish
Власть _____________________ Символ _____________________ Глава государства _____________________ Империя _____________________ Политика _____________________ Юрист _____________________ Королевский _____________________ Принадлежать _____________________ Закон _____________________ Избирать _____________________ Включать _____________________ Постоянный _____________________
In Britain the Queen 2) In 1949 Britain and the former colonies 3) The Commonwealth includes many countries 4) The Queen of Great Britain is alsо 5) The real power in the country belongs to 6) The British Parliament has two houses: 7) The House of Commons 8) The House of Lords 9) The British people elect … the Head of Commonwealth. … such as Canada, Australia, New Zealand and others. … is the Head of State. … founded the Commonwealth. … the House of Commons and the House of Lords. … the British Parliament and to the British Government. …does not have much power but it is very important as it can discuss and change laws, it can delay laws too. … makes laws about the policy of the country, taxes and many other things. … 650 members of the House of Commons every five years.
1) Tomatoes grown here. 2) The floor is wash every morning. 3) Cheese has made from milk. 4) Neither Jack nor his brother like football. 5) The Hills have no apple – trees in their garden too. 6) Only English are spoken here. 7) A shop is a building where things sell. 8) We usually are translated texts. 9) These games is played after classes. 10) Cars make in this plant.
1. My grandparents grew those tomatoes. 2. Tom bought the tickets. 3. David washed the car. 4. Helen makes cakes every Sunday. 5. Uncle Tom will paint the house next week. 6. Granny always decorate the Christmas tree. 7. My sister finished the work. 8. Polly and Bob met him. Those tomatoes are grown by my grandparents. 2. The tickets were bought by Tom. 3. The car was washed by David. 4. Cakes are made by Helen every Sunday. 5. The house will be painted next week by uncle Tom. 6. The Christmas tree is always decorated by granny. 7. The work was finished by my sister. 8. He was met by Polly and Bob.