1. Watch the video
2. Match the vocabulary with their definitions
2. Prime Minister
3. Houses of Parliament
4. Bank notes
a) The part of the earth’s surface that is not covered by water.
b) The head of an elected government; the principal minister of a sovereign or state.
c) A person who owns or manages a farm.
d) The part of the land adjoining or near the sea.
e) A piece of land surrounded by water.
f) A town or city with a harbour where ships load or unload.
g) A naturally raised area of land, not as high or craggy as a mountain.
h) A piece of paper money.
i) A building devoted to the worship of a god or gods.
j) Of small width in relation to length.
k) The land and scenery of a rural area.
l) A large area of water surrounded by land.
m) All the inhabitants of a particular place.
n) (In the UK) the Houses of Lords and Commons regarded together, or the building where they meet (the Palace of Westminster).
o) Fix a postage stamp or stamps on to (a letter).
3. Answer the comprehension questions
1. What 4 countries are part of Great Britain?
2. What's the population of Great Britain?
3. How many people live in Wales?
4. Where does the Prime Minister live?
5. Where can you find the Queens head?
6. What is a very popular place for tourists to visit?
7. What can you visit in Edinburgh?
8. Where was William Shakespeare born?
9. Cambridge and Oxford are famous for their Universities, what else are the famous for?
10. How many national parks does Britain have?
11. Why do lots of people visit the Lake District?
12. Where is Stonehenge?
13. What is the name of the national park in Wales?