Burgess, claim, claimant, damnation, intervene (v), rebellion, subject, summon, uprising, unification, yoke
1.__ is made to ask for a rightful belonging. may ask for land
2.A member of the British Parliament representing a town, a borough or a university was called____________ .
3.Doing unnecessary remarks and causing the argument you into
other people's affairs.
4.A person, who swears by saying "damn" may put on the
5.__ people are placed under the control of others.
6.__ a Parliament means to call its members together.
7.__ of progressive forces may lead to establishing democratic relations in the society.
8. __ is an action of rising up against a government, not usually
9.An act or state of armed resistance to the government — may
often be suppressed.
10.__ means a subjection, bondage or servitude, when people are
suppressed by others.
Task 4.Answer the following questions.
1.Why did Henry II give a new name Plantagenet to the dynasty?
2.How did Henry II manage to restore the order in England?
3.What were the reasons of the dispute between Henry II and Thomas Becket?
4.Why did the barons rebel against John the Lackland?
5.What kind of document was Magna Carta?
6.What did the Provisions of Oxford provide?
7.How did the First Parliament work? Who were its members?
8.How did Edward I complete the subjugation of Wales?
9.What did the wish of King Edward I to conquer Scotland lead to?
10.Why wasn't Scotland conquered?
11.What were the Ordinances of 1313 aimed at?
12.What did Edward III claim when he started the Hundred Years War with France?
13.How was the control over taxation established by the Parliament?
14.Why did the 1381 Peasants' Rising start?
Task 5.Many kings from the Plantagenet Dynasty had traits which made them recognisable in the popular history. Match the traits of the kings to their names.
Task 6.Historical consequences. Match two statements from columns A and B into a compound sentence with the conjunction "so".