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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #84174: Wedding - Kate & William
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    Wedding - Kate & William


    Special page: William & Kate - the royal wedding

    FOCUS ON THE ROYAL WEDDING

    The engaged  couple

    Prince William
    The (bride)groom
     

    Catherine Middleton

    The bride

     

    The engagement ring 

     

    Their family

    Prince William's family (the royal family)

     

    Catherine Middleton's family 

     

    People around the couple

    William's groomsmen

    (Men who help the groom)

     

    Catherine's bridesmaids
    (Women who help the bride)
     

    William's best man

    (male witness)

     

     

    Catherine's maid of honor

    (female witness) 

     

    Ring bearer

    (A boy who brings wedding rings)

     

    The flower girl

    (A girl who throws rose petals

    on the passageway.) 

     

    __________________________________________________________________________

     

    Clothes and accessories for a wedding

    Petticoat

     

     

    Wedding dress

    Train

     

    Wedding veil

     

     

    Diadem

     

    Long gloves

     

    Waistcoat and a

    floppy neck-tie lavalliere 

     

    Wedding suit

      

     

    Top hat

      

     

     

    Royal wedding day

    White wedding in
    Westminster Abbey

     

    Bride's arriving 

     .

    Ceremony

     

    Vows (I will) and exchange of the wedding rings
    They are proclaimed 
    husband and wife.

     

    Royal wedding parade in the first royal horse-drawn carriage through London to Buckingham Palace.

     

    The newly weds appear on the balcony of

     Buckingham Palace.

     

     

    __________________________________________________________________________ 

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    Comprehension :

    William asked for Catherine's hand in marriage and gave her .
    Who has given formal consent to Prince William and Catherine Middleton’s marriage ?
    Prince Harry will be this man who acts as a witness at the wedding. He is William's .
    During the , after the exchange of , the brings the two wedding rings to the couple.


    Let's take a look at Kate's wedding clothes.

    The underskirt she will wear under her wedding dress :
    A small crown with precious stones put on her head :
    Her wedding dress is made longer by a portion of material at the back . It is the
    Piece of tulle more or less transparent used to conceal the head of the bride :







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