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IRELAND

English Project, 3rd ESO [Celia Garrida, Judit Lòpez, Maria Grau]
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on 31 May 2015

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Transcript of IRELAND

IRELAND
Maria Grau
Judit Lopez
Celia Garrido

APPOINTMENT WITH O. Wilde
THE END
CULTURE
RELIGION
LENGUAGE
The oficial lenguagge of Ireland is the english and the second one is the irish.
Famous People
hello
dia duit
Liam Neeson
Pierce Brosnan
Colin Farrell
Niall Horan
Cillian Murphy
SPORTS
GAELIC FOOTBALL:
The objective of the sport is to score points by passing the ball through the other team's goals, a set of two upright posts.
THE HURING:
It is played with sticks by you have to hit a ball.
CAPITAL
DUBLIN
FLAG
Composed of three vertical bands of equal size : green, white and orange.
Orange stripe symbolizes the Protestants of Ireland
Green stripe represents Catholic country .
White Strip represents peace between them.
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HISTORY
432 AD
1541
1692
1608
600-150 B.C.
7750 bC
St. Patrick arrives in Ireland, bringing Christianity. (The Protestant faith did not yet exist.)
Britain's King Henry VIII is declared King of Ireland by Englishmen living in Ireland. He opposes the Catholic religion.
Britain's King James I sends thousands of Protestant English farmers to Ireland to take over land owned by Catholic farmers, mostly in the north.
New laws forbid Catholics to vote, own land or practice their religion. Such laws remain in effect until 1829.
The first known inhabitants settle in Ireland.
Celtic tribes arrive on the island.
A potato blight kills Ireland's staple food crop. About a million people die from starvation and fever during the Great Potato Famine.
1845-1849
The Easter Rebellion. Armed Irish patriots rebel against British troops in Dublin, Ireland, on the Monday after Easter. The British execute rebel leaders.
1916
The Anglo-Irish War between the British and the Irish Republican Army. In a treaty, Britain finally gives up control of most of Ireland but tightens its grip on the six counties of Ulster (Northern Ireland).
1919-1921
Irish Civil War between those who accept the treaty with the English and the Irish Republican Army, which wants all of Ireland to be free of British rule. The Republicans lose.
1921-1923
During anti-British protests in the Ulster town of Londonderry, 13 unarmed marchers are killed by British troops, an event now known as Bloody Sunday. Britain imposes direct rule on Ulster. A more intense era of bloodshed begins. The Irish call this violence the Troubles.
1949
1972
Mary Robinson becomes the first woman president of Ireland.
1990
The Euro replaces the Irish pound, or punt, as Ireland's official currency.
2002
The European Union officially recognizes Irish as a working language.
The Irish government begins a 20-year plan to make Ireland a bilingual country where everyone speaks both Irish and English.
2005-2006
Britain declares Ulster a permanent part of the British Empire. The lower 26 counties of Ireland declare themselves the Irish Republic, totally free of British control.
U2
Bram Stocker
Dracula
Oscar Wilde
Canterville Ghost
GOVERNMENT OF IRELAND
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Government_of_Ireland
Wikipedia
• Is regulated fundamentally by the
Constitution of Ireland
.
• Is headed by a
prime ministe
r called the Taoiseach.
• The deputy prime minister is called the
Tánaiste
, and is nominated by the Taoiseach from among the members of the Government.
• The Government must consist of between
seven and fifteen members
, according to the Constitution of Ireland.
Every member of the Government must be a member of the parliament of Ireland, called the
Oireachtas
.
• The Taoiseach, Tánaiste and Minister for Finance must be members of the
Dáil
.

Michael D. Higgins
The president
IRISH INSTRUMENTS
Concertina
Bouzouki
Mandolin
Uilleann pipes
Bodhrán
Ireland has many traditional instruments that are that are unique to the Irish Celtic music style.
St. Patrick's Day
1 million people die
1 million people emigrate
The parliament
16th October
4.00 PM AT THE MOHER CLIFFS
Proportion of respondents who said they could speak Irish
http://dailyinfographic.com/50-insane-facts-about-ireland
Followed by Mary McAleese
interesting FACTS
Titanic, was made in Ireland.
Ireland has won seven times the Eurovision Song Contest, more than any other country.
Is the only country in the EU where abortion is still illegal.
Many Irish family names start with “Mac” (son of...) or “O" (grand son of...).
There are more Irish people living outside of Ireland than in.
There are more mobile phones in Ireland than there are people.
BOXTY: consists of raw and whipped potato flour, baking powder, buttermilk and sometimes eggs.Grated potato can be filtered to remove most of starch and water.

IRISH STEW:It is a kind of stew made with lamb, potatoes, onions and parsley. The Irish stew is almost the national dish of Irish food, being well known internationally.

CODDLE: It consists of different layers of pork sausage cut into slices and covered with bacon, mixed with sliced potatoes and onions. It may also include cereal grains such as barley.

IRISH COFFEE:
1 shot of Irish whiskey
1 cup of coffee
Sugar
cream

BUNDT CACKE:
225 gr. unsalted butter at room temperature
450 gr. sugar
4 eggs
90 gr. grated chocolate intense
50 gr. ground almonds
150 gr. cold boiled potatoes
300 gr. flour
1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
2 tsp. yeast
1/2 tsp. salt
150 ml. milk

GUINNESS PIE:
600g of beef
400ml of Guinness
1 onion, 2 carrots, 2 cloves of garlic and mushrooms 100g
1 can whole peeled tomatoes 400g
15 white onions in vinegar
1 cube beef broth
1 teaspoon thyme and rosemary other
1 egg
Pizza dough

QUESTIONS?
WE
HOPE
THAT
YOU
LIKE
BUY TO your FAMILY
What to bring home from Ireland? The choices are endless and confusing, but there are some things that are "typically Irish" and worth bringing home with you:
Whiskey and Other Spirits
Irish Music and DVDs
Magnets with figures of Ireland.
The typical dress for your wife, or some girl in your family.
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