1)the term "constitutional monarchy" means that the uk controls parliament and head of state is the monarch. 2)monarh has the title of king and gives royal assent bill passed by parliament. 3). legislative power is vested in parliament consisting of two houses. 4) members of the house of commons of the real body elected by the people running the country.5) the prime minister is appointed by the queen and appoints cabinet.
1. nina (to celebrate) her birthday yesterday. her room looked beautiful, there (to be) many flowers in it. when i (to come) in, somebody (to play) the piano, two or three pairs (to dance).
2. listen! somebody (to play) the piano.
3. i (to like) music very much.
4. when i (to look) out of the window, it (to rain) heavily and people (to hurry) along the streets.
5. what you (to do) at seven o'clock yesterday? — i (to have) supper.
6. when i (to come) home yesterday, i (to see) that all my family (to sit) round the table. father (to read) a letter from my uncle who (to live) in kiev.
7. where you (to be) yesterday? — i (to be) at home the whole day. — how strange. i (to ring) you up at two o'clock, but nobody (to answer). — oh, i (to be) in the garden. i (to read) your book and (not to hear) the telephone.
8. what you (to do) five o'clock yesterday? — i (to work) in the library. — i (to be) in there, too, but i (not to see) you.
9. yesterday i (to work) at my english from five till seven.
10. it (to rain) the whole day yesterday.
11. where you sister (to be) now? — she (to be) in her room. she (to do) her homework.
1) do you do any
2) what for students are there in your school?
3) do you find it easy to make
4) have you become in the way you study?
5) would you like to in the uk or the us, for example?
6) would you prefer to live at home or in a hall
7) is it easy to get a in your country if you don't have enough money to study?