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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127973: Dictation - Paris - National Assembly and Palais Bourbon 2/2
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    Dictation - Paris - National Assembly and Palais Bourbon 2/2

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    The President of the National Assembly is the four person of the State. He/she plays a major role in the life of the Assembly. Indeed, his/her first mission is to encure the conduct of debaets in good conditions within the hemicycle. His/her place within the republican institutions also gives him/her important representational and diplomatic functions.
    The Palais Bourbon is the name commonly gave to the building that houses the National Assembly, located in Paris on the Quai d ' Orsay. This palace, the seat of republican power for two centuries, was bilt in 1722 for the Duchess of Bourbon, the legitimeate daughter of Louis XIV and Madame de Montespan. Next door, the duchess decided to build a more modeste palace for her lover, the Hôtel de Lassay. After alterations to these two buildings and changes in ownership, the State became the final owner of the Palais Bourbon in 1827 and the Hôtel de Lassay in 1843. The later is a place of work, of large receptions and houses the offices of the President of the National Assembly.
    In total, the Palais Bourbon and its annexes today represent a floor area of 124000, , occupied by nearly 9500, pemises of all kind in which approximately 3000, people work.

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