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Transcript of United Kingdom
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LANGUAGE AND THE FLAG
The most important rivers:
Scotland: Wales: England:
The UK is situated on the northwest coast of Europe bordered by the Atlantic ocean and separated by the North Sea and the English Channel from Europe. The Irish Sea and the North Channel separate Great Britain from Ireland.
The flag of UK is blue, red and white.
The National language of Uk is English
Famous people, and music:
-Music: Night changes and Steal my girl.
-Emma Watson,Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint.
Yellow submarine, Let it be
Give me love,Thinking out loud.
Wrapped up, Dear darling
I'm not the only one, Stay with me
Video One direction:
One way or another
-Bridge Harry Potter
-St Paul's cathedral
The main religion in Britain is Christianity. Most Christians belong to the Church of England or the Church of Scotland. These are Protestant Churches. There are also many Roman Catholics.
-Fish and Chips
-Sunday roast with Yorkshire pudding
-Chiken Tikka Massala
-Haggis, neeps and tatties
-Steak and kidney pie
-Stilton and walnut pie
UK comprises England, Wales, Scotland,
Northern Ireland, Isle of Man and
the Channel Islands.
The capital cities of UK are:
Northern Ireland: Belfast
The most popular mountains are:
5.Sgòr an Lochain Uaine
8.Càrn Mòr Dearg
New year (1st of january)
St Valentine's Day (14th of February)
St Patrick's day (17th of March)
April Fool's Day (1st of April)
St George Day (23rd of April)
William Shakespear Birthday (23rd of April)
Halloween (31st of October)
Bonfire Night (5th of November)
Christmas (25th of December)
(3rd–6th april) – Easter weekend
(31st of august) – Notting Hill Carnival
(18th–22nd of september)– London Fashion Week
All the theaters are closed on Sundays. No letters are delivered; only a few Sunday papers are published.
The houses are traditionally not very high. They are usually two-storied.
Boxes, letter boxes and double-Decker buses are red
In England the Queen opens the parliament once a year, she goes to the Houses of Parliament in the golden coach, and she wears the crown jewels.