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THE UNITED KINGDOM:

THE UNITED KINGDOM By : Jihan Buozzim Neus Granado Eva Rosello Gonzalo Taronlli

UNITED KINGDOM:

UNITED KINGDOM The United Kingdom includes England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. England has its own landmarks Wales has its own landmarks Scotland has its own landmarks Northern Ireland has it own landmarks

SCOTLAND:

SCOTLAND Scotland is famous for its lochs (lakes). There are over 600 square miles of them. One of the most famous is Loch Ness where lives a monster. The capital city is Edinburgh.

NORTHERN IRELAND:

NORTHERN IRELAND No visit to Northern Ireland is complete without a stop at one Irish pub. The capital city is Belfast.

WALES:

WALES Wales is a very attractive country to visit. One of the principal attractions are the coal mines. The capital city is Cardiff f.

ENGLAND:

ENGLAND England is a land of ancient cities, royal palaces, cathedrals and legendary sites. The capital city is London

MONEY:

MONEY If you want to travel to the United Kingdom, you will need money. Although the United Kingdom belong to the European Economic Community, you can't use Euros to pay your purchases.

EDUCATION:

EDUCATION It is an important part of British life. There are hundreds of schools, colleges and universities, including some of the most famous in the world.

FOOD AND DRINKS:

FOOD AND DRINKS Britain is a tea-drinking nation. Every day they drink 165 million cups of the stuff and each year around 144 thousand tons of tea are imported. Tea in Britain is traditionally brewed in a warmed china teapot, adding one spoonful of tea per person and one for the pot. Most Britons like their tea strong and dark, but with a lot of milk. Coffee is now as popular in Britain as tea is. People either drink it with milk or have it Britain is also well known for its ale which tends to be dark in appearance and heavier than lager. It is known as "bitter "black and either have Britain's wine industry is growing from strength to strength and we now have over 300 wine producers. A growing number of British vineyards are now producing sparkling white wine as well as full bodied red wine. There are over 100 vineyard in Kent.eshly - made coffee or instant coffee.

anthem:

anthem An anthem is a song of celebration, usually acting as a symbol for a certain group of people, as in the term "national anthem". The British National Anthem originated in a patriotic song first performed in 1745.

Royal family:

Royal family The Monarchy is the oldest institution of government in the United Kingdom. British people love her Queen and the Royal Family; the facts about the Monarchy are an important part of British culture.

shopping:

shopping British people love to shop! Only London has over 40,000 shops and 26 major street markets to choose from.

Famous people:

Famous people United Kingdom is the birthplace of Newton, Darwin, Shakespeare, the Beatles and the JK Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter books .

Language:

Language In Britain, the main language is English (British English). It is not the same as American or Australian English. 'Hi mate' is not the correct and appreciated way to approach someone in the street. Neither is ' G'day ', 'Howdy' or 'Hey Mister'. The formal British way to greet someone is 'Good morning, good afternoon or good evening' and, if you want to ask something, 'Excuse me please'.

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