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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
The female equivalent of a king is a:

The male equivalent of a duchess is a:

The crowning ceremony of a king or queen is called a:

The person who is heir to the throne is described as being:

When a king or queen resigns from their position, this is called:

The traditional title for the eldest son of the British king or queen is the:

In the UK, the government makes the big decisions, and the monarch has to agree. This arrangement is called a:

The four main royal residences are in London, Berkshire, Norfolk and:

When a family member inherits the throne, this is called:

There was a change in the UK law in 2013 to give female royal children an equal right with male royal children to:


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47 Comments on “The British Royal Family: Everything you need to know”


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What an incredible lesson about the history of the monarchy in England!!!
Thank you so much Gill ;)

Saturday, September 30th 2017

I only come here to put the first comment😁

Saturday, September 30th 2017

Thank you very much for this lesson, teacher Gill. It’s been very interesting and I’ve learned curious pieces of information. I got 100 in the test. I’m pleased.
I hope your next video class. See you soon.

Saturday, September 30th 2017

VERY GOOD LESSON!

Saturday, September 30th 2017

Dear Gill!

Some time ago, I asked you to make a video about royal titles and you agreed. Thank you for keeping your word! It’s an amazing lesson indeed!! It’s much better than I had imagined. Your lessons are incredible, beyond doubt. :-)

I’m looking forward to seeing your next lesson.

Saturday, September 30th 2017

THANK YOU SO MUCH! :)

Saturday, September 30th 2017

I can’t believe that I spent half hour listening about royal family. But it was interesting. The life of these people gave subject for many films. I remember several: Elizabeth, The Young Victoria, The King’s Speech, The Queen, all of them great movies. Thank Gill for this lesson!

Saturday, September 30th 2017

Thank you very much for interesting story about British monarchy! I really enjoy your lesson!
I am looking forward to next your lesson.
Irina

Saturday, September 30th 2017

Interesting, indeed…!

Saturday, September 30th 2017

Interesting lesson

Saturday, September 30th 2017

Thank you very much,Ms. Gill!

Saturday, September 30th 2017

    Thanks Gill for the very important lesson. I very like the monarch government system, and I believe that my country Brasil, came back to their fist system of government that was a monarch until 1889. The British Royal family is a example of this government system. Thanks

    Sunday, October 1st 2017

I laught when she said that was a King who was German, because was more importand be protestand that speak english, but she didn’t know if finally he learned english because was very dificult learn it because EngVid didn’t exist. lol.

Saturday, September 30th 2017

Thanks Gill for the very important lesson. I very like the monarch government system, and I believe that my country Brasil, came back to their fist system of government that was a monarch until 1889. The British Royal family is a example of this government system. Thanks

Sunday, October 1st 2017

Thank you so much, Gill. A wonderful lesson, very usefull information. I didn’t know the hereditary is so complicated, you cleared it up perfectly!

Sunday, October 1st 2017

Hi Gill! I am here again.

I am writing one more time because I forgot to ask you a question in my former comment. I would like to know if there is another kind of answer besides “bless you” when someone sneezes. I mean, another answer less religious. In Portuguese there are two ones: “Bless you!” and “Health!”.

Thank you in advance!

Sunday, October 1st 2017

    Hi Eduardo — thanks for your question. The only other thing that I’ve heard people say is actually in German, as a kind of joke — people say “Gesundheit” !! (which I think means Health)

    Thursday, October 12th 2017

      Thank you very very much, dear Gill! You are always so gentle and kind. I am going to use “Gesundheit” from now on. ;-)

      Friday, October 13th 2017

      That is right. “Gesundheit” in German means Health. The people in Germany say that when someone sneezes.

      It is interesting to know. I did’nt know that before.

      Saturday, October 14th 2017

If i meet a Queen or King how I should call them?
Highness?

Monday, October 2nd 2017

    You must call her as “Her Majesty”

    Saturday, October 7th 2017

      Hi people!

      As far as I know, we should use “Your Majesty” if you are addressing yourselves to a king or queen (for instance, if you are talking to the Queen Elizabeth II), and “His Majesty” or “Her Majesty” if you are talking about him or her with someone else.

      Take care!

      Friday, October 13th 2017

    hi brodjag — I hope this link helps —
    https://www.royal.uk/greeting-member-royal-family

    Thursday, October 12th 2017

Thank you for this wonderful lesson…I really love it.

Monday, October 2nd 2017

It has been a very interesting video class about the Royal Family and his story. Thanks a lot, teacher Gill, very useful as always.

Monday, October 2nd 2017

I am a Pakistani student.Would you kindly temm me that is there any whimperative and cumulative sentences in English?

Monday, October 2nd 2017

Very interesting information, Gill. Thank you so much.

Monday, October 2nd 2017

Dear professor Gill,I don’t have enough words to
thank you for this enriching lesson.
I thank you very much.
This is what Engvid is all about.

Monday, October 2nd 2017

thank you so much

Monday, October 2nd 2017

I like this lesson

Monday, October 2nd 2017

It was a pleasant lesson!

Tuesday, October 3rd 2017

Very nice lesson. Thank you!

Tuesday, October 3rd 2017

a v Kieve vse takie krasivie?

Wednesday, October 4th 2017

Thanks Jill for the good lesson.

Wednesday, October 4th 2017

Great Lesson, Gill!

Wednesday, October 4th 2017

Very good lesson.Thank you!

Thursday, October 5th 2017

it’s a good lesson about history of united kingdom

Thursday, October 5th 2017

9/10!
Thank you so much teacher Gill for your informative lesson.

Saturday, October 7th 2017

Got 08/10. â˜ș Excellent lesson. Thanks Gill.

Monday, October 9th 2017

Thank you very much for such an important lesson! I teach children and they know so little about the Royal Family, now I can tell them a lot of interesting things))

Monday, October 9th 2017

thank you

Saturday, October 14th 2017

OW that was an interesting lesson

Sunday, October 15th 2017

It’s great! Well-structured information and easy (but not primitive) language. Thank you.

Tuesday, October 17th 2017

Besides english, we’ve learnt history and political systems on this very interesting lesson. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with all of us Mrs Gill!

Tuesday, October 17th 2017

Dear Gil,
could you clarify one thing? Which one is correct? 1 “I hope you have been sincere” or 2 “I hope you were sincere”.
Thanks

Thursday, October 19th 2017

What an awesome lesson which was presented by an awesome teacher. Thank you very much Gill, it’s my first time to watch a video about kingdom family. Even though in my country there is a lot of history about it, but it never attracts me to watch the video. Your lesson really really made me so curious and I watched it so focus. I ask your permission for saving your video and taking a screen capture of it for delivering as my classroom material. Best regard for you Gill from Indonesia. Love it.

Saturday, October 21st 2017

please talk about the Victorian period.

Sunday, November 26th 2017
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