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Designed by English teacher Aysilu Minullina School № 153 Kazan t o gather собираться palace дворец r iverside берег реки t o exist существовать g overnment правительство r eign царствование i mposing внушительный, импозантный House of Commons Палата общин o ver над The Houses of Parliament, called officially the Palace of Westminster, is the place where members of Parliament gather to make laws. The Palace of Westminster stands on the riverside near Westminster Abbey. Parliament in Britain has existed since 1265 . It has been the home of government in England for nine hundred years. Having been organized in the reign of king Edward I it is the oldest Parliament in the world. There are two imposing well known towers in two corners of Westminister Palace. The clock tower called Big Ben . When the House of Commons is still sitting after dark, there is a light over the face of Big Ben. Victoria tower All the time Parliament is in session, a flag can be seen over Victoria tower. the Lionheart львиное сердце o utside снаружи t o consist of состоять из c hamber палата парламента h ouse of Lords Палата лордов s carlet алый h er Magesty ее величество s ession сессия b ench скамья r oyal королевский Statue of Richard the Lionheart outside the Houses of Parliament Statue of Oliver Cromwell outside Westminster Hall at the Houses of Parliament Parliament consists of two houses or chambers: the House of Lords and the House of Commons . The House of Lords is decorated in scarlet and gold. This is where Her Majesty the Queen comes to open the Parliament session each November. Benches are red in the House of Lords. throne трон regal canopy королевский полог to be located располагаться duke герцог chairperson председатель Lord Chancellor Лорд - канцлер opposite напротив Woolsack набитая шерстью подушка wool шерсть The royal throne and the regal canopy are located at one end of the chamber . Queen Elizabeth II sits with her husband Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. The chairperson of the House of Lords is Lord Chancellor. He sits opposite the queen on the Woolsack, a large bag of wool covered with red cloth. It shows that wool made England rich. covered покрытая с loth ткань Mace жезл to represent представлять a uthority власть Speaker спикер State E ntrance парадный вход Peers l obby фойе Палаты Лордов s itting заседание of the House of Lords during sittings in the Houses of Parliament. The Mace of the Lord of Chancellor, which represents his authority as Speaker Peers Lobby , State Entrance The benches are green in the House of Commons. The members of the House of Commons sit on two sides of the hall. the start of each parliamentary sitting; this is the Speaker’s sceptre . In the centre of the floor stands the Table of the House, on which the mace is placed at s ceptre скипетр d ebates дебаты d uty обязанность t o keep order следить за порядком t o elect избирать S trangers gallery галерея для посетителей i nterior интерьер The Speaker is elected by all the members of the House of Commons. The Speaker is the chairperson at all the debates in the House of Commons, and it is duty to keep order. Tourists who visit the Houses of Parliament may sit in the Strangers Gallery looking down into the House of Commons and listen to the debates. Visitors get a tour of the central lobby of the Houses of Parliament . Houses of Parliament, St. Stephens Hall Interior . Where is the Houses of Parliament? May tourists listen to the debates? Who is the chairperson of the Houses of Commons? Who is the chairperson of the Houses of Lords? Why does the Chancellor sit on the Woolsack?