Skirt of Elizabeth I – level 1
This news is from a small village. It is in England. The church in the village has a piece of cloth. People think that it is old.
Scientists study the cloth. They say that it belonged to Queen Elizabeth I. She was in power from 1558 to 1603.
The cloth was part of the queen’s skirt. It is Queen Elizabeth’s only piece of clothing that we have today.
Difficult words: cloth (a fabric, a textile, a material for clothes), belonged (past of “belong”; if something belongs to you, you have it).
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