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STRANGE BRITISH TRADITIONS BOG SNORKELING The world's premier Bog Snorkeling event is held in August each year in Powys, Wales. The first World Bog Snorkeling Championship held in 1985. Basically participants dive into a bog, wearing goggles, a pair of flippers and a snorkel, they then proceed to race each other along a 120ft trench filled with mud. Gog...

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BRITISH NATIONAL SYMBOLS

2 INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................3 1. BRITISH NATIONAL SYMBOLS...

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BRITISH CULTURE Etiquette

BRITISH CULTURE Etiquette Table of contents Everyday etiquette Time Eating etiquette English literature Sports Everyday Etiquette In general the British prefer to be introduced to strangers, if at all possible wait for a third party introduction when meeting someone new. Great Britain (especially England) is a non touching culture. When greeting someone a handshake accompanied by a "Pleased...

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British famous writers

f am o us writ er s British (1 9 0 0- 19 97 ) r itc he t t Victor Sawdon P · writer and critic · short stories · 1920 1930 was writing newspapers and reviews for different papers · knighted in 1975 · President of the worldwide association of writers · 40 books ( 190 3...

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THE BRITISH ISLES

THE BRITISH ISLES Briti saared moodustavad saarte rühma loodepiirkonna rannikul Euroopas. Idas on Põhjameri,mis on rikas nafta ja gaasi poolest ning mis peseb oma rannikut. Läänes on Atlandi ookean ja Keldi meri. Iiri meri ja St George'i väin eraldavad Inglismaad Iirimaast. Inglise kanal laieneb Inglismaa ja Prantsusmaa vahele. See ühendab Atlandi ookeanit...

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The British - Who Are They?

Their culture is rich and varied. Theatre The British have a tradition of theatre. Long, long time ago the culture of theatre was introduced from Europe to the British by the Romans. Many auditoriums were constructed across the country. The most famous British playwright is obviously William Shakespeare. He li...

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Geography and climate/weather

the second thing that pops into my mind the weather and how they talk and complain that the weather is bad and it is raining, The weather in the UK is actually changeable and it doesn't rain all the time They are in the Temperate climate zone and the Gulf stream affect their weather. so there are no extreme weather conditions M...

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English studies British history

English studies British history Eleri Pärna Form 9 2010 About 1.What is Stonehenge? 2. Who were the Celts and the Druids? 3. When did the Romans invade Britain? 4. Why did Julius Ceasar call the land Albion ? 5.Why and who built the Hadrian Wall? 6. When did the Saxons settle in Britain? 7. When did the Vikings first raid Britain? 8. Who were the Norm...

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The Most Influential Figures in British History

In my opinion Elizabeth I, Queen Victoria and Winston Churchill are the ones who stand out and have had the biggest impact on British history. Firstly, Elizabeth I made a great impression on British history as she kept England from major wars during her reign, the kingdom expanded and she supported culture . The rule of...

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Summary Education

For example they have go to school 2 years earlier than us. Primary school is for pupils aged 5-11. Though schooling is only compulsory from age 5 in the UK, children most commonly enter Reception Class aged 4 in the academic year in which they will reach their 5th birthday. When pupils are aged 7 they sit Key Stage 1 [SAT...

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Nimetu

C. Largest City: New York City President: Barack Obama Population over 300 million 50 States Location Famous person Barack Obama George Washington Michael Jordan Neil Armstrong Al Capone Walt Disney Thomas Alva Edison Henry Ford Elvis Presley Famous places Rocky Mou...

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Inuit Culture

1. Inuk Hunter Some Inuit still follow a nomadic way of life, while others are involved in the administration and development of northern Canada (Corel Professional Photos). 2. Inuit Man Photograph by Robert Flaherty, 1911, who found in him "a humanity so golden that he carried it with him ever afterward as a touchstone of judgement" (courtesy British Library). 3. Inuit Whale Hunt Group preparing for the hunt (courtesy Lewis Parker). 4. Inuk and Pack Dog The First Nations brought dogs with them to the Americas (courtesy Library and Archives Canada). Ignored Group The Inuit have never been subject to the INDIAN ACT and were largely ignored by government until 1939, when a court decision ruled that they were a federal res...

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Ringo Starr

Ringo Starr * He joined The Beatles in 1962, taking over Pete Best. * Before he played in The Beatles, he played in another Liverpool groups, for example Rory Storm and Hurricanes. DRUMS, RINGO USED IN THE BEATLES: *Ludwig Super Classic Drumset *Ludwig Black Oyster Pearl Drumset...

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Dialects of English

Europe Great Britain (British English) · Black British English · England (English language in England) o Northern Cheshire Cumbrian (Cumbria including Barrow-in-Furness) Geordie (Newcastle upon Tyne) Lancastrian (Lancashire) Scouse (Merseyside)...

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Trafalgar Square

At its centre is Nelson's Column, which is guarded by four lion statues at its base. Statues and sculptures are on display in the square, including a fourth plinth displaying changing pieces of contemporary art, and it is a site of political demonstrations. The name commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar (1805), a British naval victory of the Napoleonic Wars. The original name was to have been "King William the Fourth's Square", but George Ledwell Taylor suggested the name "Trafalgar Square". The northern area of the square had been the site of the King's Mews since the time of Edward I, while the southern end was the original Charing Cross, where the Strand from the City met Whitehall, coming north from Westminster. As the midpoint between these twin cities...

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Summary of Tower Bridge

It is close to the Tower of London, which gives it its name. It has become an iconic symbol of London. The bridge consists of two towers which are tied together at the upper level by means of two horizontal walkways which are designed to withstand the horizontal forces exerted by the suspended sections of the bridge on the landward sides of the tower...

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Daniel Radcliffe Presentation

H Beginning of his life · Born in July 23, 1989 · Born in West London , England · An only child · Wanted to be and actor at 5 Career · Got the part of Harry Potter in 2000 · Has played the lead actor in Harry Potter for all seven movies · Has received multiple awards for his performances in movies ...

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Presentation about Scotland National Symbols

Andrew's Cross · from the 12 th century · blue background over which is placed a white representation of an X-shaped cross · 'Royal Flag' of Scotland or the 'Rampant Lion' · red lion on a gold field · Scottish monarchs or government officials · by William the Lyon in 1165 FLOWER ·...

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The Witch Trials in Salem

The long-term result of amalgamation of distinct types of magic-worker into one is the considerable present-day confusion as to what witches actually did, whether they harmed or healed, what role they had in the community, whether they can be identified with the "witches" of other cultures and even whether they existed as anything other than a projection. Present-day beliefs about the witches of history attribute to them elements of the folklore witch, the charmer, the cunning man or wise woman, the diviner and the astrologer. Powers typically attributed to European witches include turning food poisonous or inedible, flying on broomsticks or pitchforks, casting spells, cursing people, making livestock ill and crops fai...

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English Myths and Legends

English Myths and Legends The World Around is not just round, The Myths have shadown' forth. And Yet, we'll go, And me and thou No, nothing shows the way in rows. Catherine J. A Mermaid and a Magic Comb · Curry, Cornwall, England · 1700-1800 · Lost items by the beach · One old mad found a magical comb · Love, yet unhappiness · Decision to spli...

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