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THE UK:

T H E U K

AUTHORS:

AUTHORS -David Payeras - Manel López - Nando Muñoz -Joan Martín - Jose Domingo

Index:

Index 1. THE UK AND MAP. 2. AUTHORS. 3. INDEX. 4. LANGUAGE. 5. DIFFERENTS DIALECTS IN THE UK. 6. THE FLAGS OF SCOTLAND,WALES,EN GLAND AND NORTHERN IRELAND. 7. DANCE IN SCOTLAND. 8. MUSIC OF SCOTLAND. 9. ENGLAND FOLKLORE. 10. TRADITIONS. 11. CASTLE. 12.MOST IMPORTANT CITIES. 13. IMPORTANT RIVERS. 14. SEAS AND OCEANS. 15. LONDON. 16. EDINBURGH. 17. BELFAST. 18. CARDIFF. 19. ELIZABETH II. 20. POUND STERLING.

LANGUAGE:

LANGUAGE The UK's official language is English (British English), spoken as a first language. The Welsh language is also an official language in Wales, and is the second most spoken language in the UK. In addition, there are several living languages ​​indigenous to the territory, various regional dialects and languages ​​spoken by large populations of recent immigrants and those who have learned as a second language.

DIFFERNT DIALECTS IN THE UK:

DIFFERNT DIALECTS IN THE UK In Wales, the Welsh In Scotland the Scottish Gaelic and the Scottish In Northern Ireland the Irish Gaelic and Ulster Scots In Cornwall The Cornish

Flags:

Flags SCOTLAND WALES NORTHERN ENGLAND SCOTLAND WALES NORTHERN IRELAND

DANCE OF SCOTLAND:

DANCE OF SCOTLAND The ceiled is the most accessible of the traditional Scottish dances. They are generally quite simple, often consisting of spinning around the room and have established steps.

MUSIC OF SCOTLAND:

MUSIC OF SCOTLAND Scottish traditional music is not limited to the bagpipe and violin. It hosts a wide range of styles and musical forms that have appeared with the different currents of the historical legacy.The lowlands of Scotland have a different, but equally rich lyrical tradition characterized by the vitality of the world of folk music .

ENGLAND FOLKLORE :

ENGLAND FOLKLORE In England there are many forms different from folklore, Morris dancing is one of the traditions English more visible.

TRADITIONS:

TRADITIONS Scotland's national day is November 30, St Andrew. The national day of Wales is David Day, March 1. The national day of England is the St George's Day is April 23. On Northern Ireland is St. Patrick's Day, March 17. WALES SCOTLAND ENGLAND NORTHERN IRELAND

CASTLE:

CASTLE A castle is a type of fortified structure built during the Middle Ages . Scholars debate the scope of the word castle, but usually consider it to be the private fortified residence of a lord or noble .

MOST IMPORTANT CITIES:

MOST IMPORTANT CITIES Major cities in the UK are: Of England; London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool. Of Wales, Cardiff. Of Scotland, Edinburgh, Glasgow. And in Northern Ireland; Belfast.

IMPORTANTS RIVERS:

IMPORTANTS RIVERS The River Severn is the longest river in the United Kingdom and. Its main tributary is the River Tern. The Thames River is the main river of England. It rises near Kemble and passes through the cities of Oxford, Wallingford, Reading, Henley-on-Thames, Marlow, Maidenhead, Eton, Windsor and London. The River Trent has a length of 297 km. The River Ouse has a length of 240 km.

SEAS AND OCEANS:

SEAS AND OCEANS The U K is surrounded in the northern part and in the western part by the Atlantic Ocean, in the eastern part by the North Sea, in the southern part by the English Channel and in the western part by the sea of Ireland.

LONDON:

LONDON It is the capital of England and the United Kingdom, besides the major city and urban area of Great Britain and of the whole Union European 2 Placed on the banks of the river Thames.

EDINBURGH:

EDINBURGH Edinburgh, it is the capital of Scotland from 1437. Edinburgh is famous for his( her,your ) International Festival, the bigger festival of live actions( performan-ces ) of the world.

BELFAST:

BELFAST It is the capital of Northern Ireland, in the United Kingdom. It is the biggest city of Northern Ireland and of the province of Ulster.

CARDIFF:

CARDIFF It is the capital of Wales and the mall, as well as culturally, sports, educationally and media more important of the country.

ELIZABETH II:

ELIZABETH II Elizabeth II was born in London and was educated of form deprived in her house. Her father ascended to the throne as Jorge VI in 1936 after the abdication of his( her,your ) brother Eduardo VIII. It( he,she ) began to carry out public functions during the Second World war.

POUND STERLING :

POUND STERLING In United Kingdom they do not have the Euro, their coin is the pound sterling as well as of the Dependences of the Crown and Ultramarine British Territories.

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