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Students will have to fill in the blanks with words from the video, they also will have to answer some true or false sentences
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The video is about quen elizabeth royal facts and enlists things that the queen can or can't do
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7 minutes 51 seconds
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Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
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Grammar practice
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Intermediate (B1)
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This resource is intended for:High schoolers
High schoolers
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1. Choose the correct options.
Queen Elizabeth is considered a modern monarch because in 1976 she sent the first e-mail and uses other social plataforms
2. Fill the gap.
since then, she's continued to stay in touch with herthrough ....
3. Choose the correct options.
when the tweets are signed Elizabeth R. means that someone from her staff sent the twit on her name
4. Fill the gap.
... and everyone up to andthe future queen of England was doing their part to the country back on its
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... though women from across the country found it in theirto donate their ownshe wasn´t able to use these ...
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She speaks french asto theElizabeth was schooled in many important diciplines
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… anyone who has perused ELizabeth's thewikipedia page will beto point out that her birthday ...
8. Fill the gap.
in the United Kingdom, she alsoher birthday on the second saturday in June
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Queen ELizabeth has two birthdays because of the weather so outdoor ceremonies won't be disrupted
10. Fill the gap.
On March 11 2004 The Queenthe first lady's onlyin the storied and lengthy history of Buckingham palace
11. Fill the gap.
who despite her cosiderable work in the field ofandlaw, was often described simply as the prime minister's wife
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on October 12th 1986 Queen Elizabeth IIthe first british monarch tofood on chinese soil
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imagine you are the Queen and you want to tell one of your bodyguards that the person your are currentlywith is a total
14. Fill the gap.
notis Queen Elizabeth II the only person in Britain who is allowed to drive without ashe is also ...
15. Choose the correct options.
Queen Elizabeth learnt to drive in 1845
16. Fill the gap.
Elizabeth was appointed to the auxiliary territorialthe femaleof the british army in 1945
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it stands to reason that if you're the queen of The United Kingdom, Canada,and New Zealand, you can be afforded certain
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it is because quote a britishis issued in the name of her
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