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The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
The British monarchy and a parliamentary democracy
The idea of democracy. The political system of the UK.
Democracy Greek 	demos - “the people” 			kratein - “to rule” political system...
What does “democracy” mean ? All people and authorities follow the constituti...
Can you explain such words as a monarchy an absolute monarchy a parliamentary...
A Monarchy is a form of government in which a monarch, usually a single perso...
A minister, a cabinet, a department, a constitution, an opposition, a prime M...
Match the words and their definitions. Monarchy Parliamentary monarchy Absolu...
To appoint the Prime Minister To determine the policy To delay the bill To re...
To oppose the government policy To make laws To discuss the bill To approve t...
Britain is a parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarch. Queen Eli...
THE MONARCH is the official head of state; has mostly representative function...
MONARCHY is the oldest form of government in the United Kingdom.
THE MONARCH Is the official head of state and an integral part of Parliament...
Queen Elizabeth II
She was born on 21 April, 1926; was married to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edi...
In law, the Queen is the head of the executive, legislature, judiciary, the C...
Queen Elizabeth II She is one of the longest-reigning monarchs in British his...
The Queen and the royal family continue to take part in many traditional cere...
The Government The British Government consists of the Prime Minister and othe...
 The Prime Minister David Cameron
The Cabinet The Cabinet is the committee at the centre of the British politic...
British Parliament
The main functions of Parliament are: to pass laws; to provide, by voting ta...
 The Parliament was formed in 1707
The House of Commons Meets at the Palace of Westminster MPs in the House of C...
The House of Lords
Great Britain Political system	A parliamentary democracy with a constitutio...
Britain is a parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarch. Queen Eli...
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№ слайда 1 The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Описание слайда:

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

№ слайда 2 The British monarchy and a parliamentary democracy
Описание слайда:

The British monarchy and a parliamentary democracy

№ слайда 3 The idea of democracy. The political system of the UK.
Описание слайда:

The idea of democracy. The political system of the UK.

№ слайда 4 Democracy Greek 	demos - “the people” 			kratein - “to rule” political system
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Democracy Greek demos - “the people” kratein - “to rule” political system in which the people of a country rule through any form of government they choose to establish The word «democracy» is translated from Greek as «the power of people».

№ слайда 5 What does “democracy” mean ? All people and authorities follow the constituti
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What does “democracy” mean ? All people and authorities follow the constitution. People elect their representatives to rule the country. People do what they want within the framework of the law. People say what they think. People elect the head of the state directly. People can live in any place they choose.

№ слайда 6 Can you explain such words as a monarchy an absolute monarchy a parliamentary
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Can you explain such words as a monarchy an absolute monarchy a parliamentary monarchy

№ слайда 7 A Monarchy is a form of government in which a monarch, usually a single perso
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A Monarchy is a form of government in which a monarch, usually a single person, is the head of state. An absolute monarchy is a monarchical form of government where the king and queen have absolute power over everything. Parliamentary monarchy - a state headed by a monarch who is not actively involved in policy formation or implementation .

№ слайда 8 A minister, a cabinet, a department, a constitution, an opposition, a prime M
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A minister, a cabinet, a department, a constitution, an opposition, a prime Minister, to coordinate, to control [kqn'troul], ceremonial ["serI'mounjql], monarch ['mOnqk], monarchy, democracy, parliament, policy, politician ["pOlI'tIS(q)n], democratic, parliamentary ["pa:lq'ment(q)rI], political

№ слайда 9 Match the words and their definitions. Monarchy Parliamentary monarchy Absolu
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Match the words and their definitions. Monarchy Parliamentary monarchy Absolute monarchy To become a monarch To restore a monarchy Royalty Royal a form of government in which the head of state is a monarch a monarch does what Parliament tells her (him) the power of a monarch is complete, total without limits to become a king or queen to bring back a monarchy members of royal families (either individually or collectively) a member of a royal family relating to or suitable for a king or queen

№ слайда 10 To appoint the Prime Minister To determine the policy To delay the bill To re
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To appoint the Prime Minister To determine the policy To delay the bill To revise the bill To examine the bill To vote (on) the programme To draft the programme To sign a bill To pass a new law To rule the country

№ слайда 11 To oppose the government policy To make laws To discuss the bill To approve t
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To oppose the government policy To make laws To discuss the bill To approve the bill To challenge the bill To give the royal assent

№ слайда 12 Britain is a parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarch. Queen Eli
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Britain is a parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarch. Queen Elizabeth II is the head of state, but she has no real power. Her role is mostly ceremonial Who rules the country in fact? The monarch or Parliament?

№ слайда 13 THE MONARCH is the official head of state; has mostly representative function
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THE MONARCH is the official head of state; has mostly representative functions THE GOVERNMENT The Prime Minister is the head of the government; is the leader of the party with the majority of seats in the House of Commons The Cabinet About 20 ministers; determines government policies Non-Cabinet Ministers PARLIAMENT THE PEOPLE (all men and women over 18) appoints appoints chooses chooses Is responsible to elect The House of Commons (about 650 elected MP) makes laws; discusses political problems the House of Lords (over 1.100 permanent non-elected members – peers and life peers) Examines and revises bills from the House of Commons; can delay bills for one year

№ слайда 14 MONARCHY is the oldest form of government in the United Kingdom.
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MONARCHY is the oldest form of government in the United Kingdom.

№ слайда 15 THE MONARCH Is the official head of state and an integral part of Parliament
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THE MONARCH Is the official head of state and an integral part of Parliament in her constitutional role; has mostly representative functions; gives the royal assent to the bills passed by the House of Commons (общин) and the House of Lords; is the head of the Commonwealth of Nations

№ слайда 16 Queen Elizabeth II
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Queen Elizabeth II

№ слайда 17 She was born on 21 April, 1926; was married to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edi
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She was born on 21 April, 1926; was married to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, on 20 November, 1947; ascended the throne on 6 February 1952; and was crowned on 2 June, 1953.

№ слайда 18 In law, the Queen is the head of the executive, legislature, judiciary, the C
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In law, the Queen is the head of the executive, legislature, judiciary, the Commander-in-Chief of all armed forces of the Crown and the head of the Established Church of England. In practice, she has little direct power.

№ слайда 19 Queen Elizabeth II She is one of the longest-reigning monarchs in British his
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Queen Elizabeth II She is one of the longest-reigning monarchs in British history She is widely respected for the way in which she performs her duties and is generally popular

№ слайда 20 The Queen and the royal family continue to take part in many traditional cere
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The Queen and the royal family continue to take part in many traditional ceremonies.

№ слайда 21 The Government The British Government consists of the Prime Minister and othe
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The Government The British Government consists of the Prime Minister and other Ministers. A prime minister is the head of government. He is the leader of the party with the majority seats in the House of Common The Prime Minister takes policy decisions with the agreement of his ministers.

№ слайда 22  The Prime Minister David Cameron
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The Prime Minister David Cameron

№ слайда 23 The Cabinet The Cabinet is the committee at the centre of the British politic
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The Cabinet The Cabinet is the committee at the centre of the British political system and the supreme decision-making body in government.

№ слайда 24 British Parliament
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British Parliament

№ слайда 25 The main functions of Parliament are: to pass laws; to provide, by voting ta
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The main functions of Parliament are: to pass laws; to provide, by voting taxation, the means of carrying on the work of government; to scrutinize government policy and administration; to debate the major issues of the day.

№ слайда 26  The Parliament was formed in 1707
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The Parliament was formed in 1707

№ слайда 27 The House of Commons Meets at the Palace of Westminster MPs in the House of C
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The House of Commons Meets at the Palace of Westminster MPs in the House of Commons are elected for a period of five years

№ слайда 28 The House of Lords
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The House of Lords

№ слайда 29 Great Britain Political system	A parliamentary democracy with a constitutio
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Great Britain Political system A parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarch The head of state The Queen The legislative branch Parliament The House of Commons The House of Lords The executive branch Queen The Prime Minister The cabinet Non-Cabinet Ministers

№ слайда 30 Britain is a parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarch. Queen Eli
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Britain is a parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarch. Queen Elizabeth II is the head of state, but she has no real power. Her role is mostly ceremonial. And the Queen and the royal family continue to take part in many traditional ceremonies. Her power is limited by Parliament. Parliament comprises the House of Commons, the House of Lords and the Queen in her constitutional role. The center of Parliamentary power is the House of Commons. The House of Commons makes laws, discusses political problems. The party which has majority of the seats in the House of Commons is called the Government.

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The Political System of The UK



Politics is part of our lives. It is everywhere: in newspapers, on the radio and on TV. And today we are going to speak about the British monarchy and a parliamentary democracy.

The idea of democracy plays a great role in politics. The word “democracy” is translated from Greek as “the power of people”.

Greek demos - “the people”

kratein - “to rule”

It is a political system in which the people of a country rule through any form of government they choose to establish.

What do you think “democracy” means?

Well, democracy means:

  • All people and authorities follow the constitution.

  • People elect their representatives to rule the country.

  • People do what they want within the framework of the law.

  • People say what they think.

  • People elect the head of the state directly.

  • People can live in any place they choose.

What about the political system of the United Kingdom?

Do you know the type of ruling this country?

Explain such words as monarchy, an absolute monarchy, a parliamentary monarchy.

A Monarchy is a form of government in which a monarch, usually a single person, is the head of state.

An absolute monarchy is a monarchical form of government where the king and queen have absolute power over everything.

A Parliamentary monarchy - a state headed by a monarch who is not actively involved in policy formation or implementation.

b) When you listen to a politician who speaks English you can understand some words without translation. Find the Russian equivalents.

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EXERCISE 1

Remember all new words:

  • To appoint the Prime Minister

  • To determine the policy

  • To delay the bill

  • To revise the bill

  • To examine the bill

  • To vote (on) the programme

  • To draft the programme

  • To sign a bill

  • To pass a new law

  • To rule the country

  • To oppose the government policy

  • To make laws

  • To discuss the bill

  • To approve the bill

  • To challenge the bill

  • To give the royal assent

Britain is a parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarch - Queen Elisabeth II as a head of state. Who rules the country in fact? The monarch or Parliament?

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THE MONARCH

Is the official head of state and an integral part of Parliament in her constitutional role; has mostly representative functions; gives the royal assent to the bills passed by the House of Commons (общин) and the House of Lords; is the head of the Commonwealth of Nations.

Who is the official head of state now?

Queen Elizabeth II .She was born on 21 April, 1926; was married to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, on 20 November, 1947; ascended the throne on 6 February 1952; and was crowned on 2 June, 1953. In law, the Queen is the head of the executive, legislature, judiciary, the Commander-in-Chief of all armed forces of the Crown and the head of the Established Church of England. In practice, she has little direct power. She is one of the longest-reigning monarchs in British history She is widely respected for the way in which she performs her duties and is generally popular. The Queen and the royal family continue to take part in many traditional ceremonies.



How much power does the Queen have? 

The Queen is a symbol of the country history and its traditions. She is very rich. She travels about the United Kingdom, meets different people and visits schools, hospitals and other special places. So do all the members of the Royal family: the Queen’s husband, her son Prince Charles, the Queen’s daughters: Princess Anna and Princess Margaret.

At the beginning of the century many countries all over the world were ruled by Britain. All of them were included into the British Empire and were its colonies. India, Pakistan, Ceylon, for example, were among them. Now these countries are independent states. But in 1949 Britain and the former colonies founded the Commonwealth. The Commonwealth (Содружества наций) includes many countries such as Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and others.

The Queen of Great Britain is also the Head of Commonwealth and the queen of Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

The real power in the country belongs to the British Parliament and to the British Government.

Do you know when limits began to the placed on the powers of the monarch? As far back as 1215 when barons forced King John to recognize in the Magna Carta that they had certain rights. The constitutional monarchy we know today developed in the 18th and 19th centuries, as day-to-day power came to be exercised by Minister in Cabinet.

The Queen, however, has powers that can surprise many. She can choose a Prime Minister, dissolve the Parliament and declare war like an absolute monarch.

But these days the Queen’s influence is mainly informal. She has a right and a duty to express her views on government matters to the Prime Minister at their weekly audience. But these meetings and all communications between the Monarch and her Government remain strictly confidential. Having expressed her views, the Queen follows the advice of her Ministers.


EXERCISE 2

Decide if these statements true or false according to the text.

  1. Limits began to be placed on the powers of the monarch in 1215.

  2. King John was forced to recognize that the barons had certain rights.

  3. The constitutional monarchy we know today developed in the 19thcentury.

  4. Nowadays the Queen’s influence is mainly formal.

  5. The Queen has a right and a duty to express her views on government matters to the Prime Minister at their monthly audience.

  6. The Queen acts on the advice of her Ministers.


THE GOVERNMENT

The British Government consists of the Prime Minister and other Ministers.

the Prime Minister is the head of government; is the leader of the party with the majority seats (места) in the House of Commons

the Cabinet - about 20 ministers; determines government policies and coordinates government departments

Non-Cabinet Ministers


PARLIAMENT

the House of Commons - (about 650 elected MPs - members of Parliament) makes laws; discusses political problems

the Official Opposition - the largest opposition party; forms the Shadow Cabinet (“теневойкабинет)

the House of Lords - (over 1,100 permanent, non-elected members; peers (пэры, лорды) and life peers) examines and revises bills from the House of Commons; can delay bills for one year

The British Parliament

The British Parliament is the oldest in the world. It originated in the 12th century. The British Parliament consists of the House of Lords and the House of Commons and the Queen as its head. The House of Commons plays the major role in law-making. It consists of Members of Parliament (called MPs for short). Parliamentary elections are held every 5 years and it is the Prime Minister who decides on the exact day of the election. The minimum voting age is 18. The leader of the opposition is a recognized post in the House of Commons. The parliament and the monarch have different roles in the government and they only meet together on symbolic occasions, such as coronation of a new monarch or the opening of the parliament. The House of Commons is made up of six hundred and fifty elected members, it is presided over by the speaker, a member acceptable to the whole house. The House of Lords has more than 1000 members, although only about 250 take an active part in the work in the house. Members of this Upper House are not elected.

The real power in the country belongs to the British Parliament and to the British Government. The British Parliament has two “houses”: the House of Lords and the House of Commons. The House of Lords doesn’t have much power but it is very important as it can offer and change laws, it can delay laws too.

The House of Commons makes laws about the policy of the country, taxes and many other things.


THE PEOPLE

(All men and women over 18)


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So, let’s summarize the information about the British political system.

Britain is a parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarch. Queen Elizabeth II is the head of state, but she has no real power. Her role is mostly ceremonial. And the Queen and the royal family continue to take part in many traditional ceremonies. Her power is limited by Parliament. Parliament comprises the House of Commons, the House of Lords and the Queen in her constitutional role. The center of Parliamentary power is the House of Commons. The House of Commons makes laws, discusses political problems. The party which has majority of the seats in the House of Commons is called the Government. Elections, in which citizens over 18 may vote, are held every five years.


EXERCISE 3

Answer the questions.

  1. Who is the Head of State in the UK?

  2. Who is the head of the government in the UK?

  3. Do the people elect the Prime Minister directly?

  4. How many Houses does it consist of?

  5. Which House represents the people of Britain?

  6. How often do British people vote for MPs?

  7. What are the members of the House of Commons called?

  8. Does the Queen rule the country?

  9. What does the Queen do?

  10. What do you know about the Royal family?

  11. What countries were included into the British Empire at the beginning of the century?

  12. What happened in 1949?

  13. Who does the real power in Britain belong to?

  14. What do you know about the British Parliament?

  15. Why is the House of Lords very important?

  16. How often do the British people elect members of the House of Commons?


EXERCISE 4

Find the correct statement.

  1. The Queen votes on the bills.

  2. The Queen signs the bills.

  3. The Queen has mostly representative functions.

  4. The Queen rules the country.

  5. The government represents the legislative branch of power.

  6. The government represents the executive branch of power.

  7. The Cabinet is responsible for government policies.

  8. The Cabinet Ministers revise bills from Parliament.

  9. Parliament represents the legislative branch of power.

  10. Parliament represents the executive branch of power.

  11. The House of Commons controls the government.

  12. The Government controls the House of Commons.

  13. The House of Lords has the power to delay bills for one year.

  14. The House of Lords opposes the decisions of the House of Commons.

  15. The Cabinet coordinates the work of the government departments.
    The Cabinet makes laws.

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How is the word “democracy” translated fromGreek?



What means democracy”?

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.



Explain, what is monarchy?



Explain, what is an absolute monarchy?



Explain, what is a parliamentary monarchy?



Who rules the country in the UK?



Who is the head of the Government in the UK?



Do the people elect the Prime Minister directly?



How many Houses consists the Parliament of?



Which House in the Parliament represents the people of Britain?



Who is the Head of State in the UK?



Explain the Abbreviation for MPs?

How often do British people vote for MPs?



Who in the UK can elect MPs?



How are the members of the House of Commons called for short?



Does the Queen rule the country herself?



What does the Queen do?



The head of what is the Monarch of the UK?



What role plays the Monarch in public life of the Great Britain?



What do you know about the Royal family?



What countries were included into the British Empire at the beginning of the century and why?



What was happened in 1949?



Whom does the real power in Britain belong to?



What do you know about the British Parliament?



Why is the House of Lords very important?



How often do the British people elect members of the House of Commons?



Whom does the legislative power in the UK belong to?



Whom does the executive power in the UK belong to?



What are the main political parties in the UK?



What is the main function of the House of Commons?



What is the main function of the House of Lords?



What is the main function of the Shadow Cabinet?



Which of Houses does the Shadow Cabinet belong to?



What party elects the Prime Minister?



Who and how becomes the seat in the House of Lords?



Who has the right to elect the House of Commons?



Who has the right to become the Member of the House of Lords?



What are the main responsibilities of the Local Government of the UK?



What is the official name of the Britain?



What is the design of the national flag of the UK?



What are the main functions of the Government?



Who gives the royal assent to the low?



Who opposes the government policy?



Who revise and examine the bill?



Who can delay the bill and for what time?



Which authority determines the policy of the UK?



The Members of what Upper House are not elected?



What authority and how many times can delay the bill?



Who appoints the Prime Minister?



What authority passes a new law?



What power has the Monarch in the UK?



How the Queen can express her views on government matters to the Prime Minister?



Who is the head of British army?



What is the British Government consists of?



What main duties has the Cabinet in the UK?



What Upper House is Final Court of Appeal?



Who decides on the exact day of the election in the UK?



What is the minimum voting age in the UK?



How many members is the House of Commons made up?



Whom is the House of Commons presided by and why?



How many members has the House of Lords?



How many members of the House of Lords take an active part in its work?



Whom does the real power in the UK belong to?



Who is the head of British church?



What authority in the UK has the final judicial power?

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Тест по тема: Политическая система Великобритании

(11 класс)



  1. How is the word “democracy” translated from Greek?

  1. the power of people

  2. the power of nation

  3. the play with people

  4. the power of the Queen



  1. What means a parliamentary monarchy?

  1. the king and queen have absolute power over everything

  2. people have absolute power over everything

  3. a state is headed by a monarch who is not actively involved in policy formation or implementation.

  4. the government has absolute power over everything



  1. Who is the head of the Government in the UK?

  1. the Queen or the King

  2. the Prime Minister

  3. the British Parliament

  4. the people





  1. How many Houses does the Parliament consist of?

  1. One

  2. Two

  3. Three

  4. Five





  1. Which House in the Parliament represents the people of Britain?

  1. the House of Queen

  2. the House of Lords

  3. the House of Commons

  4. the House of People



  1. Who is the official Head of State in the UK?

  1. the Prime Minister

  2. the British Parliament

  3. the people

  4. the Monarch



  1. What does the Abbreviation for MPs mean?

  1. Members of Parliament

  2. Monarch with Parliament

  3. Mother of President

  4. Members with Parliament



  1. How often do British people vote for MPs?

  1. Every three years

  2. Every four years

  3. Every five years

  4. Every ten years



  1. Who in the UK can elect MPs?

  1. all people

  2. citizens over 21 years old

  3. citizens over 18 years old

  4. citizens over 16 years old



  1. The head of what is the Monarch of the UK?

  1. the official head of state

  2. the head of the Commonwealth of Nations

  3. the head of the Established Church of England

  4. head of the British armed forces of the Crown



  1. Whom does the legislative power in the UK belong to?

  1. to the British Parliament

  2. to the Queen

  3. to the British Government

  4. to the Prime Minister





  1. Whom does the executive power in the UK belong to?

  1. to the British Parliament

  2. to the Queen

  3. to the people

  4. to the Government







  1. What is the main function of the Shadow Cabinet?

  1. to support a policy of the government

  2. to oppose the government policy

  3. to criticize the monarch

  4. to earn money





  1. Who becomes the seat in the House of Lords?

  1. all interested persons

  2. only the members of the royal family

  3. businessmen

  4. peers and life peers





  1. Who revises and examines the bill in the UK?

  1. the Monarch

  2. the people

  3. the House of Lords

  4. the House of Commons



Answer:

  1. A; 2. C; 3. B; 4. B; 5. C; 6. D; 7. A; 8. C; 9. C;

10. A, B, C, D; 11. A; 12. D; 13. B; 14. D; 15. C





Автор: Короленко Елена Владиславовна, преподаватель иностранных языков Государственного бюджетного профессионального образовательного учреждения Республики Крым «Симферопольское музыкальное училище имени П. И. Чайковского» (сокращенно ГБПОУ РК «СМУ им. П. И. Чайковского»)



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The Political System of the UK



  1. How is the word “democracy” translated from Greek?

  1. the power of people

  2. the power of nation

  3. the play with people

  4. the power of the Queen



  1. What means a parliamentary monarchy?

  1. the king and queen have absolute power over everything

  2. people have absolute power over everything

  3. a state is headed by a monarch who is not actively involved in policy formation or implementation.

  4. the government has absolute power over everything



  1. Who is the head of the Government in the UK?

  1. the Queen or the King

  2. the Prime Minister

  3. the British Parliament

  4. the people





  1. How many Houses consists the Parliament of?

  1. One

  2. Two

  3. Three

  4. Five





  1. Which House in the Parliament represents the people of Britain?

  1. the House of Queen

  2. the House of Lords

  3. the House of Commons

  4. the House of People



  1. Who is the official Head of State in the UK?

  1. the Prime Minister

  2. the British Parliament

  3. the people

  4. the Monarch



  1. What means the Abbreviation for MPs?

  1. Members of Parliament

  2. Monarch with Parliament

  3. Mother of President

  4. Members with Parliament



  1. How often do British people vote for MPs?

  1. Every three years

  2. Every four years

  3. Every five years

  4. Every ten years



  1. Who in the UK can elect MPs?

  1. all people

  2. citizens over 21 years old

  3. citizens over 18 years old

  4. citizens over 16 years old



  1. The head of what is the Monarch of the UK?

  1. the official head of state

  2. the head of the Commonwealth of Nations

  3. the head of the Established Church of England

  4. head of the British armed forces of the Crown



  1. Whom does the legislative power in the UK belong to?

  1. to the British Parliament

  2. to the Queen

  3. to the British Government

  4. to the Prime Minister





  1. Whom does the executive power in the UK belong to?

  1. to the British Parliament

  2. to the Queen

  3. to the people

  4. to the Government







  1. What is the main function of the Shadow Cabinet?

  1. to support a policy of the government

  2. to oppose the government policy

  3. to criticize the monarch

  4. to earn money





  1. Who becomes the seat in the House of Lords?

  1. all interested persons

  2. only the members of the royal family

  3. businessmen

  4. peers and life peers





  1. Who revise and examine the bill in the UK?

  1. the Monarch

  2. the people

  3. the House of Lords

  4. the House of Commons



Answer:

  1. A; 2. C; 3. B; 4. B; 5. C; 6. D; 7. A; 8. C; 9. C;

10. A, B, C, D; 11. A; 12. D; 13. B; 14. D; 15. C


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