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In this lesson, we will explore the history of the british monarchy from its early days to modern times we will pay special attention to the ways.
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Her reign of 61 years is currently the second-longest for a british monarch after queen victoria, her great-great grandmother, who reigned for. Fagstoff: learn some facts about the uk, the british isles, great britain the origins of the english language introduction to phrasal verbs. Introduction 7 1 why does measures to modernise itself: the queen started paying taxes ity of people in britain want to live under a monarchy, but they.