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Angol érettségi - nyelvhelyesség 2014.május/2.

Középszintű angol érettségi 2014. május - 2. nyelvhelyesség feladat.

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THE HISTORY OF THE YEOMAN WARDERS

The guards at the Tower of London (0) are called Yeoman Warders. In principle they are responsible (1) looking after any prisoners at the Tower and safeguarding the British crown jewels, but in practice they act as tour guides and are (2) tourist attraction in their own right. Nobody knows more about the history of the Tower (3) them and no visit is complete without joining one of their tours. Having guarded this royal palace and fortress for centuries they will fascinate you with amazing stories, passed on (4) generation to generation.

The Yeoman Warders (5) originally Henry VIII’s bodyguard. In 1509, he decided to leave twelve of his old and sick Yeoman behind in the Tower (6) protect it. He took the rest of the bodyguard away with him. The twelve he left are the “ancestors” of the twelve Yeoman Warders (7) guard the Tower still today.

Their nickname is Beefeater, which people often think comes (8) the French word – 'buffetier'. Buffetiers were guards in the palace of French kings. They protected the king’s food. Actually , it is more probable that the name Beefeater dates from the time (9) the Yeoman Warders were given chunks of beef as part of their salary.

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