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england – ‘Angle-land’. The Angles and the Saxons became the most powerful tribes in England with the Saxons in southern England and the Angles in the north.
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England London London is the capital and largest urban area of England and the United Kingdom. Stonehenge Stonehenge is a prehistoric and mysterious circle of upright stones in southern England. Construction on the great monument began 5,000 years ago; the famous stones that still stand today were put in place about 4,000 years ago. Humber Bridge The Humber Bridge, which was completed in 1981, held the record for the longest span in the world

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ENGLAND ENGLAND IS A COUNTRY THAT IS PART OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. IT SHARES LAND BORDERS WITH SCOTLAND TO THE NORTH.ENGLAND FLAG IS RED CROSS AND A WHITE BEHIND.THE ROSE IS A SYMBOL IN ENGLAND. THE ENGLAND NATIONAL FOOTBALL TEAM, WHOSE HOME VENUE IS WEMBLEY STADIUM, WON THE 1966 FIFA WORLD CUP AGAINST THE WEST GERMANY NATIONAL FOOTBALL TEAM WHERE THEY WON 4­2, WITH GEOFF HURST SCORING A HATRICK. THE RED DOUBLE-DECKER BUSES IN LONDON HAVE BECOME A SYMBOL OF ENGLAND. ROBIN HOOD IS FAIRY TALE STAR. THE AIRPORT IS OWNED AND OPERATED BY HEATHROW AIRPORT HOLDINGS, WHICH ALSO OWNS AND OPERATES THREE OTHER UK AIRPORTS.

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England Annabel Mett ja Kristina Smirnova 8.b Englands Geography · England is a part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, its an island situated off the North West coast of Europe. · Bordered by Scotland in the north, the North Sea in the east, the England Channel in the south and Wales in the west. · Most of England is rolling hills. · Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in England with an elevation of 978 meters. Key Facts on England · Major Cities: London-Leeds-Liverpool-Manchester. · Capital: London with a population of 7,556,900. · Population: 51,446,000 inhabitants. · Geographic size: 130,395km². · National Anthem: None. God Save the Queen, Land of Hope and Glory. · Currency: Pound sterling (GBP). · Distribution: Males: 48,7% Females: 51,3% Climate of England · England has a temperate climate, with mild winters with temperatures not much lower than 0 C,

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England

Capital and largest city is London Its has consitutional monarchy Monarch is Elizabeth II Total area is 130,395 km2 Population is 51,446,000 million, around 84% of the population of the UK Currency is Pound stearling(GBP) Has left-hand traffic Patron saint is ST. George Geography England comprises the central and southern two-thirds of the island of Great Britain, in addition to a number of small islands of which the largest is the Isle of Wight Much of England consists of rolling hills, but it is generally more mountainous in the north with a chain of mountains, the Pennines, dividing east and west Other hilly areas in the north and Midlands are the Lake District, the North York Moors, and the Peak District The largest natural harbour in England is at Poole, on the south-central coast. Some regard it as the second largest harbour in the world, after Sydney Coast

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England

England Map Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Places to visit in England: Trafalgar Square­ one of the most famous public arenas in the western world.(London) Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Big Ben-is the nickname for the great bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London Click to edit Master text styles

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About England

However there are only nine other countries with more people, and London is the world's seventh biggest city. When you travel about the country you can see how the scenery changes right in front of your eyes. Highlands turn into lowlands; forests and hills turn into meadows and plains very quickly. It's hard to believe, but in Great Britain one you can find practically any type of scenery. Britain is unusually beautiful country! England can be divided for four parts: the Southeast, the Southwest, East Anglia, the Midlands and the North of England. The Southeast is a highly populated region of England. London, the capital of the UK, and such historical cities as Windsor, Dover and Brighton are situated here. When people travel to Britain by sea or by air they usually arrive in the Southeast, for this is where the main passenger ports and airports are

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England Sightseeing

1986 in a co-listing with Avebury henge monument, and it is also a legally protected Scheduled Ancient Monument. Biggest stone is press 26 ton. Cambridge'is College was founded in the 13.century. this is world oldest ang the best collage. Oxford college Is founded in 1379. The College's motto, created by William of Wykeham, is "Manners Makyth Man" Lake District Also known as The Lakes or Lakeland, is a rural area in North West England. A popular holiday destination, it is famous for its lakes and its mountains. The central and most-visited part of the area is contained in the Lake District National Park-- one of fourteen National parks in the United Kingdom. It lies entirely within Cumbria, and is one of England's few mountainous regions. All the land in England higher than three thousand feet above sea level lies within the National Park. The Lake District also contains Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England.

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England athletics

Sander 8.B Amateur Athletic Association of England - AAA is the oldest national governing body for athletics in the world , having been established on 24 April 1880. In the past, it has effectively overseen athletics throughout Britain. Now, it supports regional athletic clubs and works to develop amateur athletics in England alone.This includes the English cross country association. the UK national championships in athletics • They were a major event in the UK athletics calendar. • Unlike the AAAS championships, which were usually open to overseas athletes, the UK championships were only open to competitors from the United Kingdom • In 1980, the event incorporated the British trials for the olympic games. Thank you for listening!

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Queen Victoria and Victorian England

Kadri Laur PRG 11B. 26.05.07 Queen Victoria and Victorian England (Queen Victoria is supposed to have said this as a 10-year-old girl on learning that she was likely to become queen in the future: I will be good.) VICTORIA (r. 1837-1901) Victoria was born at Kensington Palace, London, on 24 May 1819. She was the only daughter of Edward, Duke of Kent. The Duke and Duchess of Kent selected the name Victoria but her uncle, George IV, insisted that she be named Alexandrina after her godfather, Tsar Alexander II of Russia

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Economy of england

processing, computers, cars. South East Oxford,Reading,Windsor The largest oil Fruit refinery,hovercroft farms,Lamberhurst, factories,nuclear Apples,hops,brewing power station, beer East of Cambridge , Norwich , Fishing , cereals, sugarbeet, England Ipswich, fruit and vegetables , raise turkeys, sheep and cattle West Birmingham, Hereford, There are many fruit farming, sheep Midlands Warick, Worcester, different industries farming, market Warwickshire like ceramics farming

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Weather in England

Weather in England Britain is an island country and the surrounding sea gives England a varied climate. The main influence on climate is close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, that's why the climate of England is classified as oceanic climate , with warm summers, cool winters and much rain throughout the year. As Britain have such a variable climate changing from day to day, it is difficult to know what weather will be on next day. In general there are warm summers and cool winters. Summers are cooler than those on the continent, but the winters are colder. Eastern parts are drier, cooler and less windy. Northern areas are generally cooler, wetter and have a

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England - MS PowerPoint

England Agnes Tael Xb Part of The UK Land borders with Scotland and Wales Includes over 100 smaller islands Total area 130395 km² Politics constitutional monarchy and parliamentary democracy leading parties Conservatives and Labour party member of the European Union Population Climate 51 000 000 people Temterate maritime 395 people per km² climate biggest influences come from the proximity to the Atlantic Oean Economy one of the largest in in the world average GDP per capita of £22,907 regarded as a mixed market economy official currency is the pound sterling Education optional nursery, primary, secondary Sixth form college Sports Thank you for your attention!!

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Education in England

Compulsory education in Britain starts at the age of 3-5. Primary (infancy) School and move to a secondary school at 11 or 12. Primary (infant) Years 1-2 Age 5-7 Primary(junior) 3-6 5-7 secondary 7-9 11-14 Secondary 10-11 14-16 Sixth form Lower sixth form ­ 1 year 16-18 Upper sixth form ­ 1 year A-level ­ advanced level. Higher level academic exams that are taken mostly by people around the ae of 18 who wish to go on to higher education. GCSE ­ general certifcate of Secondary Education. The exams taken by 15 to 16 year olds in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Marks are iven for each subject separately. Grades are A-G. A, B and C are regarded as good Grandes. Private school ...

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Easter in England

Easter Biscuits are sometimes called "Cakes", and are eaten on Easter Sunday. They contain spices, currants and sometimes grated lemon rind. Games for Children Egg Huntvery special treats for kids. Chocolate eggs are hidden for the children to find. Egg rolling or the egg race, when competitors try to be the first to roll their egg across a course or down a hill... without breaking it! More traditions Morris Dance is the biggest attraction of Easter jubilation in England. This dance is always staged by professional male troupes who observe old spring dances to frighten away the evil spirits of winter. The attire of the dancers is extremely traditional wherein they wear white shorts, red sashes, black trousers and straw hats. Red and green ribbons along with flowers and streamers are also added to their attire to make their look all the more colorful. Churches are beautifully decorated with different color flowers.

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Etiquette in England

Etiquette in england *meeting and greeting · The British are reserved, which may cause them to appear cool and indifferent or overly formal. In fact, they are very friendly and helpful to foreigners. · Shake hands with everyone present men, women, and children at business and social meetings. Shake hands again when leaving. · Use last names and appropriate titles until specifically invited by your British hosts or colleagues to use their first names. *body language

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Essay about England

Was the British Empire a good thing that enlarged the world creating possibilities for everyone or was it just a way for some to gain power and wealth? How is the modern-day Commonwealth different? The British Empire used to be one of the largest and wealthiest empires in the world. Its prosperity started at the early 1600s and reached its high peak at the end of the World War I. The Empire faded into the Commonwealth at the end of 1930s as one colony after another gained its independence. After studying the topic I would say that it cannot be said whether the British Empire was a very good or a very bad thing. Of course any kind of oppression should not be approved of and actually the Empire and native British forced on their way of life and culture to the colonies. On the other hand the Empire also helped its subjects to develop in a positive sense. In overall Britain ruled several parts of the world, like India, parts of Africa, ...

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Estonia vs England

Estonia vs. United Kingdom Comparing Estonia to United Kingdom, you can mostly find out the fact that the weathers aren’t so different, from my point of view atleast. Pretty rainy or wet most of the time, moderate winters and pretty average summers. Taking a look at the state systems, we can see that both countries are parliamentary government types, just the difference is that the United Kingdom is a monachry with a queen and Estonia has a president. From an economical standpoint, United Kingdom surpasses Estonia is most sectors, we can take the GDP as an example, when UK stands at 2.629 trillion then Estonia only stands at a low of 38.94 billion. That’s a huge difference, but we should concider another factor. When Estonia stands at the bottom ten of public debt, having one of the lowest ones in Europe then United Kingdom is at the top thirty, with its public debt being 89.30 percent of the GDP. ...

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Inglismaast - PowerPoint

England Area and population Total area-130,395 km² 50,346 sq mi Population- 49 446 600 (2004) National flag of England Coat of arms of England Rose · The Tudor rose is the national floral emblem of England, and was adopted as a national emblem of England around the time of the Wars of the Roses. Anthem · England does not have an official designated national anthem, as the United Kingdom as a whole has " God Save the Queen". However, the following are often considered unofficial English national anthems: · "I Vow to Thee, My Country" · "Land of Hope and Glory" · "Nimrod" · "Jerusalem" · "Heart of Oak" Climate · England has a temperate climate, with plentiful rainfall all year round, although the seasons are quite variable in temperature. However, temperatures

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Clothing of 18th in England

Clothing of 18th century in England 1750 The middle of the century marked what is perhaps the highest point of rococo style. The stiffness of the earlier years had been abandoned, and the extravagances of the seventies and the neo-classical negligence of the nineties were alike unthought of. The most typical characteristics of the century were at their most charming stage. The wig was neat and becoming. The three-cornered hat was of medium size - it had been ridiculously large in Marlborough's time, and became ridiculously small in 1790; coats and waistcoats were both dignified and graceful, the cut was good and the embroidery elegant. There was a tasteful moderation in the use of lace. Women's dress was marked by a peculiarly charming form of the side panier, and was made of bright stuffs not too rich and heavy, for one result of the large panier had been to lead to the introduction of lighter a...

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The Queens of England

Mary I Mary I, called Mary Tudor (1516-1558), Queen of England (1553-1558). Mary was born in London on February 18, 1516, the daughter of Henry VIII by his first wife, Catherine of Aragón. Because Henry divorced Catherine, Mary was declared illegitimate. Nonetheless, Henry included her in his will, and on the death of her half-brother, Edward VI, on

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Megalithic Sites in England

Megalithic Sites in England Alina Trussova 10b klass Contents Overview Purpose Monuments How they were built Overview Monument Large stones Neolithic-Bronze Age Divided: Menhir Dolmens Tumulus The Megalith Map Purpose Religion Astronomical Stonehenge Burial place West Kennet Long Barrow Stonehenge Wiltshire, England Stone Circles 3100 ­ 1100 BC Astronomical Alignment Avebury Henge Avebury, Wiltshire Stone Circles Surround the village 2600 -2400 BC Rollright Stones Little Rollright, Oxfordshire 4000 - 1500 BC 77 stones 3 elements: The King Stone The Whispering Knights dolmen The King's Men West Kennet Long Barrow Wiltshire 3700 - 2000 BC. burial chamber The Hurlers Cornwall 3 Stone circle about 1500 BC Silbury Hill Wiltshire 2,400-2,000BC High: 30 m Wide: 160 m How they were built

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England - Art and Culture

England Art and Culture The art and culture of a country like England shape and determine, to a large extent, the very identity of that place. To experience this aspect of England, one immerses themselves in its people, places, and the unique elements that define it. In general, art and culture is revealed in the following aspects: · Architecture·Language(s)·Sports ·Cuisine·Literature ·Music·Philosophy·Folklore·Laws and legal system ·Religion·Science·Symbols England is a land of creativity and innovation. Locals and visitors are assured of new and exciting elements that are continuously being refreshed. This is

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Social problems in England

Social problems in England What are social problems? Racism Crime Unemployment Alcohol/Drug abuse Economic recession Poverty Riots Racism Common problem all around the world Many refugees and immigrants Locals with false perceptions Different cultures and ethnic groups Crime Racism related crime Robberies and burglaries Murders Petty crimes Unemployment People have less money A lot of free time Necessity of meeting the needs Unemployment benefits Alcohol and drug abuse Worldwide problem Has a negative effect on the country's human development Quantities have incresed Young people using drugs and alcohol Economic recession Decrease of income Loss of employment Health and education recession Barriers to housing and services Poverty Lack of food and water Lack of residence Insufficient income Fuel poverty 2011 Riots 06.08.10.08.2011 Several districts and cities suffered widespread rioting, arson and looting 5 fatal accidents 20...

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The Church of England

The Church of England Carry Kangur Sotsiaal- ja Haridusteaduskond Religion in the UK 2001: 72% Christians (41 million people) 3% Muslims 1% Hindus 15% No Religion around ~19 550 churches in Britain Major Christian denominations in the Catholics UK Anglicans Baptists Lutherans Methodists Quakerism Shakers Presbyterianism The Salvation Army Congregationalism Scientologists Church of England How it began 1509 Henry VIII became king He was a devout catholic Wanted a divorce from Catherine Fell in love with Anne Boleyn Took the position of Supreme Head of the Church of England Anglicanism in the UK State religion of the UK is Christianity The monarch is the head of Church of England Church of England today Structure Starts off with the local parish church Runs: Priest Deanery (many parishes)

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The 17th century in England

The 17th century In England 17th century was a time of political and religious turmoil. It is known as a struggle between Parliament and the throne. 1625 came to rule Charles I, who was proved to be politically stubborn. In 1642 civil war broke out between the Cavaliers and the Roundheads. Oliver Cromwell was a puritan who brought the Roundheads to the victory and temporarily ended the monarchy in 1649. Charles I was beheaded. Oliver Cromwell ruled England for 9 violent years. The return of the oldest son of Charles I in 1660 is called the Restoration. In 1660 the Royal Society of London was established to promote scientific research. In 1688 the Glorious Revolution was without bloodshed or violence. The 1689 Bill of Rights limited monarch's powers. Parliamtary government was established. 1665 the Great Plague, 1666 the Great Fire.

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Queen Mary I of England

1.SLAID Queen Mary I of England was born February 18, 1516. She was the daughter of King Henry VIII and his first of six wives, Catherine of Aragon. Mary was the only child from that union to survive infancy. She ruled as Queen of England from July 19, 1553 until her death on November 17, 1558. This era was known as the Marian Exile 2.SLAID Queen Mary I was rejected by her father during his divorce from her mother. Her parents' marriage was thought meaningless so for a while she was stripped of her statud as and heir to the throne.

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Social problems in England - tekst

mockery and insults. 3)In 1999 was the biggest racism related crime in the last 3 decades, when a Neo-Nazi David Copeland placed homemade nailbombs at public places directed to african and bangladeshian communities and killing 13 and injuring 139 people.,. Petty crimes are commited everywhere nowadays and include various traffic violations, drunkenness in public, disturbing the peace and public nuisances. England has one of the worst crime rates among developed nations for burglaries and robberies 4) When people are unemployed they don't have a permanent income so their life may be quite problematic. As every human has needs so have the unemployed and when they don't have the required resources they might have to satisfy their needs by criminal ways, but it is also possible to live on the unemployed benfits given by the country. These benefits also have a

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Aggregation of Scotland with England

Aggregation of Scotland with England Tartu Veeriku School 7a Koit Krusberg 25 March 2015 Edward I  Lived in 17 June 1239 – 7 July 1307  Nicknames Edward Longshawk, Hammer of the Scottchs  15 children, 10 girls and 5 boys  Next king Edward II Edward II Edward II  (25 April 1284 – 21 September 1327  Son of Edward I  By the Grace of God, King of England, Lord of Ireland and Duke of Aquitaine James VI and I  Lived 19 June 1566 – 27 March 1625  Was crowned in 1603  Son of King Henry and Queen Mary Stuart  Next king was Charles I of UK Charles I  Lived in 19 November 1600 – 30 January 164  King of UK until his execution in 1649  Absolutism  Next king was Charles II Charles I References  http://et.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inglise_kodus %C3%B5da  http://en.wikipedia

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Famous people of England Quiz.

Famous people of England Quiz. nimi 2014 1. Name the English mathematician who devised a mechanical calculating machine in 1834 which was the forerunner of modem computers. 2. With what do you associate the names of Mary Read and Anne Bonny, who lived during the eighteenth .century? 3. She was an English heroine who, with her father rescued the crew of the ship Forfarshire which was wrecked on the Fame Islands on the northeast coast of England in 1838. Who was she? 4. What was Casanova's occupation at the time of his death? 5. What was the name of the Hunchback of Notre Dame 6. Which broadcaster, who died in 1985, is most remembered for presenting Desert Island Discs? Vastused: 1. Charles Babbage 2. Piracy 3. Grace Darling 4. Librarian 5. Quasimodo 6. Roy Plomley

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Famous people and sights of England

early days of Hollywood, lived an interesting life both in his films and behind the camera. He is most recognized as an icon of the silent film era, often associated with his popular "Little Tramp" character; the man with the toothbrush mustache, bowler hat, bamboo cane, and a funny walk. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBX2Y y2dqg4&feature Natural Sights The biggest mountain is Scafell Pike (Cumbrian Mountains, 977 metres) The longest river in England and UK is River Thames (215 mi, 346 km) There are nine National Parks in England plus the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads, which has equivalent status. These ten areas account for eight per cent of England's land area. National Parks provide more than 70 million visitors each year. Thirty-three per cent (1,057km) of scenic English coastline is conserved as Heritage Coasts. There are over 200 ancient monuments. Castles There are over 150 castles in England.

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Feminism and youth cultures in England

1. Feminism­ movement, ideology to defend women’s rights  Suffrage – right to vote  2.  Feminism  isn’t a unitary movement  because  it  represents  different  women and  different experiences for  them in different parts of the world. Different  ideologies  3. Three waves of feminism  • 1st wave – early 19th century – early 20th century (Political rights, suffrage­right to vote)  • 2nd wave – 1960s­1980s (Social inequalities, gender norms, Women's Liberation Movement)  • 3rd wave – 1990s­2000s (ideas are the same, but they wanted to get rid of things the second  wave had failed to do); feminisms, expansion, multiplicity, postcolonialism.    4.  Anne  Bradstreet­  the  first  feminist  17th  century;  the  most  prominent of early English poets  of North America and first female writer in the British North American colonies to be published  Mary  Wollstonecraft­  education;  an  eighteenth­century  English   wr...

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Inglismaa

England is a country that is part of the United Kingdom.It shares land borders with Scotland to the north and Wales to the west; the Irish sea is to the north west, theCeltic sea to the south west and the North Sea to the east, with the English Channel to the south separating it from continental Europe. The mainland of England consists of the central and southern part of the island of Great Britain in the North Atlantic but England also includes over 100 small isl such as the Isles of Scilly and the Isles of weight.The area now called England has been settled by people of various cultures for about 35,000 years, but it takes its name from the Angles, one of the Germanic tribes who settled during the 5th and 6th centuries. England became a unified state in AD 927, and since the Age of Discovery, which began during the 15th century, has had a significant cultural and legal impact on the wider world.

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Revision Questions 2013

REVISION QUESTIONS 1. What do you know about Margaret Thatcher? Winston Churchill? Margaret Thatcher was the first female Prime Minister in Europe. She was a member of the conservative party. She died recently. Winston Churchill was the Prime Minister during WW II. He was excellent in making speeches, but he was a heavy drinker and also smoker. 2. What are the main countries of the UK and their capitals? There are 4: England with London as the capital; Wales with Cardiff as the capital; Scotland with Edinburgh as the capital; and Northern Ireland with Belfast as the capital. 3. What is Remembrance Day all about and why is it celebrated at that time? It is about the men (and women) who lost their lives fighting in the World Wars. It's celebrated then, because that's the day WWI was ended with a treaty. 4. Which powers does the Queen of the UK have? The Queen has to sign all the bills for them to pass

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Inglismaa

Government: Constitutional monarchy Monarch: Queen Elizabeth II Prime Minister: Gordon Brown MP Facts Total area: 130,395 km2 Population: 51,092,000 Patron saint: St. George Facts The highest mountain: Scafell Pike 978 m Facts The longest river: River Thames 346 km long 2 famous Universities Cambridge University Oxford University Football teams There are many Liverpool Football footbull clubs in Club England. Most famous are: Chelsea Football Club Famous places Palace of Westminster Canterbury Cathedral The London Eye The Tower of Big Ben The End

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Society & Culture of English Speaking Countries

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The renaissance period in England. Art and literature, development of drama. Dynasties, kings and queens.

The Renaissance In the history the Middle Ages were followed by the Renassance period. During this period a new class called bourgeoeisie came into being. This is the period when monarchies based on nationality were estabilished. The Renaessance started in Italy In the 14th century. Then it spread all over Europe, reached England in 16th century. The struggle for power culminated in a war called The War of Roses. It was a civil war between two dynasties, families. They had different emblems on one side the Yorks (white rose) other Lancasters (red). They couldn't decide who gets the throne. War ended 1485. A new dynasty came to throne, Tudor, the first king in this dynasty was Henry Vll. When he came to throne a period of stability followed because he built a nation based state. He was good at diplomacy

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J.K Rowling

Joanne Kathleen Rowling Joanne Kathleen Rowling was born in July 1965 at Ingland. Joanne left Chepstow for Exeter University, where she earned a French and Classics degree, her course including one year in Paris. As a postgraduate she moved to London and worked as a researcher at Amnesty International among other jobs. She started writing the Harry Potter series during a delayed Manchester to London King's Cross train journey, and during the next five years, outlined the plots for each book and began writing the first novel. Jo then moved to northern Portugal, where she taught English as a foreign language. She married in October 1992 and gave birth to a daughter Jessica in 1993. When the marriage ended, she and Jessica returned to the UK to live in Edinburgh. Her books She got a idea to write about it is in King Cross train station. Harry Potter is a series of seven fantasy novels written by British autho...

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TEXT The Irish Problem

In 1652 the newly cleared land in Munster and Leinster was given to Protestants in what was called the 'Cromwellian Settlement'. There was now no part of Ireland where Catholics owned more than ½ of the land. The main reason for this was Cromwell's belief in fundamental Protestantism and hatred of Catholicism. He claimed to be acting on God's behalf and expelled about 1000 Catholic priests from Ireland. ~New Modal Army~ The New Model Army of England was formed in 1645 by the Parliamentarians in the English Civil War, and was disbanded in 1660 after the Restoration. It differed from other armies in the series of civil wars referred to as the Wars of the Three Kingdoms in that it was intended as an army liable for service anywhere in the country (including in Scotland and Ireland), rather than being tied to a single area or garrison. Its soldiers became full-time professionals, rather than part-time militia

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Henry VIII

Henry VIII Katrin Repetskaja G1 Early life · Born at Greenwich Palace June 28, 1491. · The son of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. · Third child, second son. · Six siblings, 3 survived. Reign Crowned on 23 June 1509 at Westminster Abbey. Reign lasted from 1509 until 1547. Fought wars against France and Scotland. Established the Church of England. United England and Wales under one system of government. Appearence Tall and thickset Blue-grey eyes Short auburn hair Beard Handsom in his youth, became bloated and fat Dressed lavishly: gold collar, many jewelled rings Hobbies

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William the Bastard

William the Bastard Early life about the bastard  William I usually known as William the Conqueror and sometimes William the Bastard, he was the first Norman King of England.  William was the son of the unmarried Robert I, Duke of Normandy, by Robert's mistress Herleva.    During his childhood and adolescence, members of the Norman aristocracy battled each other, both for control of the child duke and for their own ends.  About william the first  In 1047 William was able to quash a rebellion and begin to establish his authority over the duchy, a process that was not complete until about 1060.

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Britain history.

law, Roman baths, language and advanced civilization. They also built Hadrian's Wall in 122 A.D. Romans occupied Britain for four centuries. The Roman way of life all vanished after the invasions from Northern Europe by the Angles, Saxons and Jutes from the 5th century onwards. They ruined Londinium, but they were easily turned into Christianity and religion became more and more important. The Vikings, who came in the 9th century, first raided England to plunder it, but then they decided to stay. In the 10th century England fell under Danish Rule, with King Canute finally managing to unite the Anglo-Saxons and Danes at the beginning of 11th century. Medieval England After defeating the Anglo-Saxon King Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066, William of Normandy (who became William I, also called William the Conqueror) introduced the Norman feudal system, rewarding his French-speaking followers with land in return for

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Presentation in english: Mary I

Mary I, Queen of England http://tudorhistory.org/mary/youngmary.jpg Queen Mary I of England Born: 18 February 1516 Proclaimed Queen: 19 July 1553 at St. Paul's Cathedral Coronation: 1 October 1553 Died: 17 November 1558 Buried: 14 Decenber 1558 http://tudorhistory.org/mary/marywhitehall.jpg Mary Tudor The Tudor Britain (1485-1603) Daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon Henry divorced Catherine and married Anne Boleyn From "princess" to "The Lady Mary" http://tudorhistory.org/mary/marytudorsig

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Inglise keele maiskonna töö

Germanic tribes- Anglo-Saxons. 6. Describe Wales.- Wales is a mountainous country on the western side of Great Britain. The national game of Wales is Rugby. Flag- Red dragon on a green and white field. They have their own language Cymraeg ( Welsh) . Anthem- Land Of My Fathers. Official animal- Dragon. There used to be a lot of coalmines. 7. What are the symbols of the 4 constituent countries? England- The three national symbols of England are St.George's cross; The red Rose and the Three Lions Crest; The oak is national tree; Northen Ireland- Shamrock; St.Patrick ;Scotland-thistle, St.Andrew 's cross . ; Wales-daffodil, leek, Prince of Wales's feathers; St.David, red dragon 8. How did the Romans influence Britain? The Romans built the first bridge(in London), the capital(London) is a Roman city, the street system(paved roads), benefits for the poor, public heated baths, art, architecture. They also

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The Importance of English History

The Importance of English History Essay There is not a single country in the world without a history ­ it can be either long or short, yet still a unique part of the existence. England has had many colourful events throughout the history, but some have dominated over the others and therefore all together formed a country we can see nowadays: the Great Britain. Starting from the beginning, Britain was part of the mainland until about 6000 BC, when it became an island. Ever since then it has been developing slightly different from the other part of the Europe. For example, when two parts separated, some

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Big Ben

Big Ben Sander Kulp 10.A Clock Tower Great Bells Clock tower Built 1858 Location Third tallest freestandind clock 96.3m high Dials Tourists Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Great Bells Weight 13ton named in honour of Sir Benjamin Hall 2.2m tall, 2.9m wide Pulling up Ringing time Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Thank You!

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Letter homework

Morgan Holiday Home Address: My address: 6 February 2014 Beachside Holiday Home Dear Sir or Madam, My family is planning to spend a month in England and we wish to rent a holiday house. I have found the advertisement in the Internet and I am going to ask some questions. First of all I wonder if pets are allowed in the house of family booking? We have a dog and that would be really very difficult to leave him at home alone for two weeks. What about extra fee car parking? How much would it cost? Is there a fridge in the kitchen? I am also interested in price. All the rent costs 252 €? Including bed linen & towels

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UK ( United Kingdom)

ENGLAND Capital: London Flag: Area: 50351 sq (130410 km) Location: Symbol: The red rose is widely recognised as the national flower of England. The oak is the national tree of England. Interesting plases: Royal Opera House The Royal Opera House is the third theatre on the Covent Garden site, the previous two being destroyed by fire. The new building opened in May 1858 becoming known as the Royal Opera House in

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LONDON

LONDON KRISTINA KASEMÄGI CONTENTS • GENERAL • HISTORY • CLIMATE • THINGS TO SEE • THINGS TO DO GENERAL o London is the capital city of England and the United Kingdom. o It’s situated in the South East of England with population of 14 million people. HISTORY oLondon is one of the oldest cities in the world, and it was founded by the Romans in 40 A.D. and called Londinium. CLIMATE • London has a temperate marine climate like much of the British Isles, so the city rarely sees extremely high or low temperatures. THINGS TO SEE o THE TOWER OF LONDON o THE LONDON EYE o TOWER BRIDGE o BIG BEN o THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT 1 o ST JAMES’S PARK THE TOWER OF LONDON

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The Chiltern Hills

The Chiltern Hills Ursula 11. kl · The Chiltern Hills are known locally as just The Chilterns and are a chalk escarpment in the south-east of England, lying a few miles north-west of London. · They cover four counties and combine beautiful scenery with interesting history. · The Chilterns begin in Oxfordshire in the Thames Valley and stretch north-east through Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire to Hitchin in Hertfordshire. They comprise of chalk hills covered with beautiful beech woods, wild flowers, and a variety of wildlife. History

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London - Inglismaa pealinn

Third level Fourth level Fifth level Sightseeing Madame Tussaud Wax Figures museum Westminster Abby Big Ben Buckingham Palace London Zoo Harrod's department store London Tower Bridge London Tower Bridge Tower Bridge is a combined bascule and suspension bridge in London, England, over the River Thames. It is close to the Tower of London, which gives it its name. It has become an iconic symbol of London. Harrod's department store Harrods is a high-end department store in London. The Harrods motto is - All Things for All People, Everywhere. Activities London Eye All Around London Hop On & Hop Off Double Decker Bus Tour London Showboat Dinner & Cabaret Cruise Shakespeare's Globe Titanic - the Artefact Exhibition London Eye

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