The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. King and queen words – match the words and the description. Throne Monarchy Crown Your majesty Palace Reign Tax Jubilee Diamond celebration. A type of government that is ruled by a king or queen. A big party The place a king lives
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King and queen words – match the words and the description. • Throne • Monarchy • Crown • Your majesty • Palace • Reign • Tax • Jubilee • Diamond • celebration • A type of government that is ruled by a king or queen. • A big party • The place a king lives • The seat where a queen sits • What a king wears on his head • The money you pay to the government • The celebration of an event that happened many years ago • To be the king or queen of a country • What you call the queen • A valuable stone.
Are these sentences about the queen true or false? • Her name is Queen Elizabeth the second. • She has been the queen for the last 60 years. • There will be a big celebration in the UK and a special holiday to mark the event. • She is the only the second king or queen to be on the throne for sixty years. • The flag of the UK is called the ‘Union Jack’. They are all TRUE !
Talk about these monarchy questions with your partner. • Do you have a king or queen in your country? Who is the leader? Tell me about them. • Are there any problems with having a monarchy? • Can you name any other members of the British monarchy? Tell me about them. • What would you say if you met the leader of your country? 5. What is the flag of your country called? What does it look like? 6. What is national anthem of your country? Can you sing it? What’s it about? 7. Are you nationalistic? That means that you LOVE your country. 8. What would you do if you were king or queen of your country?