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George Washington was the first person to be elected the President of the United States. His political life was successful. In 1792 he was reelected for the next 4 years. Thomas Jefferson was an American outstanding man and the third President of the USA. The Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Jefferson. . In 2000 George Bush became the candidate of the President from the Republican Party. George Walker Bush is the forty-third and current President of the United States.
Constitution Judicial Executive. Legislative CONGRESS • Senate • House of Representatives • President • Vice President • Executive Office of the President • US Supreme Court • US Courts of Appeal • Special Courts
The legislative branch 1. The Congress. 2. It is a group of people elected to make laws for the country. 3. Congress has two parts: The Senate and The House of Representatives.
The senate 1. There are 100 senators. 2. Each state has two senators. 3. A Senator is in office for 6 years. This is called a “term. ” 4. Senators meet in the U. S. Capitol building
The house of representatives 1. There are 435 representatives. 2. The more people that live in a state, the more representatives it has. 3. Representatives serve for a term of two years. 4. They can be elected for more than one term.
The Executive Branch 1. The president, or Chief Executive, is the head of the government. 2. Americans vote every four years for their leader of their democratic society. 3. After elected to serve his/her country, the president lives and works in the White House. 4. The president is in charge of the armed forces. 5. The president works with leaders of other countries.
The Judicial branch 1. The Supreme Court is the highest court is the U. S. , and is the system of courts to settle questions about the laws. 2. The nine justices can serve for as long as they live, or wish to retire. 3. Each justice is chosen by the president.
-The president carries out the laws of the United States. -The Congress (Senate and House of Representatives) makes the laws. -The Supreme Court explains the laws.
Exercises 1. 1. Choose the right variant 2. 2. Match the building and their names 3. 3. Do the crossword puzzle 4. 4. Fill in the sentences with the words in the table 5. 5. Express your opinion on the Russian and American government
1. 1. The US Government has… branches. a)a) three b) four c) five 2. 2. The Congress meets in …in Washington D. C. a)a) the White House b) the Pentagon c) the US Capitol 3. 3. The US Presidents term is … a)a) 2 years b) 4 years c) 6 years 4. 4. There are … judges in the US Supreme Court. a)a) nine b) eleven c) thirteen 5. 5. The members of the House of Lords are … a)a) elected b) non- elected c) appointed
1 1 32 • The Capitol • The White House • The Supreme Court
1 2 6 5 43 1. the party that challenges the official policy 2. the name the chambers ( палаты ) of Par liament are called 3. non-elected members of Parliament 4. persons who are responsible for the gov ernment policies 5. a group of the most important ministers 6. the head of state in Britain now
presiden tt executive three House of Representatives Senate judicial elected legislative The __1__ is the head of the State. He is ___2___ by the people. The legislative’ branch of power is made up of the __3___ and the ___4___ . The US Government has ___5__ branches. The ___6___, ___7___, ___8___ branches of power are involved in the system of checks and balances.
LANGUAGE SUPPORT I THINK…BECAUSE… I BELIEVE… I WOULD LIKE TO SAY… I AM SURE… I ASSUME… IN MY OPINION… I WANT TO ADD… I AGREE (CAN‘T AGREE) WITH…BECAUSE… BESIDES… MOREOVER… FURTHERMORE…
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