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BRITISH CULTURE Name: Joel,Toni,Andreu.


TIME TO EAT Some people have their biggest meal in the middle of the day and some have it in the evening, but most people today have a small mid-day meal - usually sandwiches, and perhaps some crisps and some fruit. They have three main meals a day: Breakfast - between 7:00 and 9:00, Lunch - between 12:00 and 1:30 p.m. Dinner (sometimes called Supper) - The main meal. Eaten anytime between 6:30 and 8:00 p.m. (Evening meal)

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tea Britain is a nation of tea drinking. Tea in Britain is traditionally prepared in a glass of hot water china, adding one teaspoon per person and one for the pot. Most British as tea strong and dark, but with a lot of milk .

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British food has traditionally been based on , lamb, pork, chicken and fish and generally served with potatoes and one other vegetable. The most common and typical foods eaten in Britain include the sandwich, fish and chips, pies like the cornish pasty, trifle and roasts dinners. The staple foods of Britain are meat, fish, potatoes, flour, butter and eggs. Many of our dishes are based on these food

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Main meal dishes in England Roast Beef Yorkshire Pudding Toad-in-the-Hole Roast Meats Fish and Chips Ploughman's Lunch Cottage Pie Shepherd's Pie Gammon Steak with egg Lancashire Hotpot Bubble and Squeak English Breakfast Bangers and Mash Black Pudding Bacon Roly-Poly Cumberland Sausage Pie and Mash with parsley liquor Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding

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This is England's traditional Sunday lunch, which is a family affair. Recipe Yorkshire Pudding This dish is not usually eaten as a dessert like other puddings but instead as part of the main course or at a starter. Yorkshire pudding, made from flour, eggs and milk, is a sort of batter baked in the oven and usually moistened with gravy.

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Traditional accompaniments to roast meats With beef: Horseradish sauce English mustard Yorkshire pudding Gravy With mutton and lamb Onion sauce Red-currant jelly Mint sauce Savoury herb pudding With pork Apple sauce Pease Pudding Roast apples Traditional accompaniments to roast meats



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¡mmmm! ¡delicious! It is delicious

Great food :

Great food English cuisine is not usually excel in competitions, prizes or facing international critics. Moreover, the general idea of it is is rather negative. The topic usually reduce the Fish and Chips and Breakfast, often with a disdainful concept both for its ruggedness and its high fat content.

Tea :

Tea 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.


DRINK alcoholic beverage


DRINK drink for kids


shops The main shopping street in many towns is called the High Street , where you should head for if you want to go shopping. A few small shops are owned by local people. Most are owned by national 'chains' of stores. This makes many town centres look the same. Some towns also have street markets where fresh food and cheap goods can be bought. Away from the town centre, small 'corner' shops provide groceries to local customers.


ROYAL FAMILY Search the Court Circular The Court Circular is the official record of the previous day's Royal engagements and is printed in selected British newspapers. Search Court Circulars detailing engagements undertaken by all members of the Royal Family going back to 1997 in our online database. Read full article Search future engagements Details of official engagements to be undertaken by members of the Royal Family are published up to eight weeks in advance. Search our online database for the latest future event information. Read full article Media Information A resource for members of the Media hoping to cover Royal stories, including guidance on covering Royal visits in the UK and overseas, information about the Royal Rota system and policy on interviews and filming. Read full article



Charles:prince of Wales Anne:princess Royal Andrew:duke of York Edward:earl of Wessex:

Charles:prince of Wales Anne:princess Royal Andrew:duke of York Edward:earl of Wessex

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The British National Anthem The National Anthem is God Save the Queen .The British National Anthem originated in a patriotic song first performed in 1745. It became known as the National Anthem from the beginning of the nineteenth century. On official occasions the first verse is sung, as follows: God save our gracious Queen! Long live our noble Queen! God save the Queen! Send her victorious, Happy and glorious, Long to reign over us, God save the Queen. The second verse is occasionally sung as well: Thy choicest gifts in store On her be pleased to pour, Long may she reign. May she defend our laws, And give us ever cause, To sing with heart and voice, God save the Queen. Click here for the full version When is the British National Anthem sung? The National Anthem is played whenever The Queen makes a public appearance and is played by the British Broadcasting Corporation every night before closedown

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When is the British National Anthem sung? The National Anthem is played whenever The Queen makes a public appearance and is played by the British Broadcasting Corporation every night before closedown. It is also sung: at the end of all Remembrance Day services. Medal ceromonies for Team GB (representing all countries) England and Northern Ireland football matches (the Scottish use Flower of Scotland, the Welsh use Land of my Fathers - Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau National songs around the UK The British National Anthem represents the whole of the UK

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1. God save our gracious Queen, Long live our noble Queen, God save the Queen! Send her victorious, Happy and glorious, Long to reign over us; God save the Queen! 2. O Lord our God arise, Scatter her enemies And make them fall; Confound their politics, Frustrate their knavish tricks, On Thee our hopes we fix, God save us all! 3. Thy choicest gifts in store On her be pleased to pour; Long may she reign; May she defend our laws, And ever give us cause To sing with heart and voice, God save the Queen! 4. Not in this land alone, But be God's mercies known, From shore to shore! Lord make the nations see, That men should brothers be, And form one family, The wide world over. 5. From every latent foe, From the assassins blow, God save the Queen! O'er her thine arm extend, For Britain's sake defend, Our mother, prince, and friend, God save the Queen! History of the National

Famous writers:

Famous writers William Shakespeare - arguably the most famous writer in the world. Brontë sisters (Charlotte, Emily, and Anne), Jane Austen, Agatha Christie, J. R. R. Tolkien and Charles Dickens. Famous Poets Lord Byron, Robert Burns, and Thomas Hardy. Famous Composers William Byrd , Thomas Tallis , John Taverner , Henry Purcell , Edward Elgar, Arthur Sullivan , Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Benjamin Britten

The Greatest Britons of all Time chosen by the people of Britain. :

The Greatest Britons of all Time chosen by the people of Britain. In November 2002, the British public voted to find the Greatest Briton of all time. Over a million people voted. NB. The list contains a few non British entrants includinding two Irish nationals (Bono and Bob Geldof) and Freddie Mercury, who was born in Zanzibar to Indian Parsi parents

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1.Sir Winston Churchill Winston Churchill was a politician, a soldier, an artist, and the 20th century's most famous and celebrated Prime Minister.

Isambard Kingdom Brunel :

Isambard Kingdom Brunel 2. Isambard Kingdom Brunel was an extraordinary Victorian engineer. He designed and built amongst other structures bridges, ships, railways and viaducts

Diana, Princess of Wales:

Diana, Princess of Wales 3.From the time of her marriage to the Prince of Wales in 1981 until her death in a car accident in Paris in 1997, Diana, Princess of Wales was one of the world's most high-profile, most photographed, and most iconic celebrities.

Charles Darwin:

Charles Darwin 4.Charles Darwin was a British naturalist of the nineteenth century. He and others developed the theory of evolution. This theory forms the basis for the modern life sciences. Darwin's most famous books are 'The Origin of Species' and 'The Descent of Man'


5.William Shakespeare was a playwright and poet whose body of works is considered the greatest in English literature. He wrote dozens of plays which continue to dominate world theater 400 years later. William Shakespeare

Sir Isaac Newton:

Sir Isaac Newton 6.Isaac Newton was a mathematician and scientist who invented differential calculus and formulated the theory of universal gravitation, a theory about the nature of light, and three laws of motion.

Queen Elizabeth I:

Queen Elizabeth I 7.The daughter of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, Queen Elizabeth 1 reigned England from 1558–1603. Her reign was marked by several plots to overthrow her, the execution of Mary Queen of Scots (1587), the defeat of the Spanish Armada (1588), and domestic prosperity and literary achievement

John Lennon:

John Lennon 8.John Lennon John Lennon was a musician and composer who was a member of the Beatles, the biggest rock band of the 1960s.

Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson :

Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson 9.Nelson is the greatest hero in British naval history, an honour he earned by defeating Napoleon's fleet in the 1805

Oliver Cromwell :

Oliver Cromwell 10.Oliver Cromwell was a military, political, and religious figure who led the Parliamentarian victory in the English Civil War (1642–1649) and called for the execution of Charles I. He was Lord Protector of England for much of the 1650s, ruling in place of the country's traditional monarchy




England ABCD - objectives Searching in the Internet and reading about one of the parts of UK (C) the groups of the 8th-graders (A) have to create and present in the class the colorful posters (B) with information according to  the following plan and at least 5 pictures. (D)



The UK:

The UK





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