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THE
The UK :
Developed country


Commonwealth Realm


A member of the European Union
and NATO
The UK is also one of the major nuclear weapon states
Write T for true and F for false. Correct the false statements
……. The other names of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland are Great Britain and the UK.
……. Britain is a member of EU and NATO.
……. The UK is situated north-east of the European continent.
……. The UK is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean.
……. It has border with Ireland.
……. The UK is a developing country.
……. It is a nuclear weapon country.
……. Great Britain comprises England, Wales, and Scotland.
……. The United Kingdom comprises Great Britain and Ireland.
……. The Channel Tunnel links the UK with France.
The British national anthem
The mountain, Ben Nevis is the highest point in the UK at 1,344metres.
Mountains of the United Kingdom
Mt. Snowdon(1,085metres)
WALES
Mt. Scafell Pike (977metres)
ENGLAND
Slieve Donard, Mourne Moutains( 852metres)
NORTHERN IRELAND
The longest river in the UK is the River Severn (220miles, 354km).
River Thames( 215miles, 365km)
England
RIVER TAY (117miles, 122 km)
Scotland
River Bann ( 76miles,122km)
Northern Ireland
River Towy (64miles,103 km)
Wales
The largest lake in the UK is Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland at 151 square miles.
Loch Lomond (27,46 square miles)
Scotland
Windermere (5.69 sq mi)
-England-
Lake Vyrnwy (3.18 sq mi)
Wales
Loch Morar is the deepest lake in the UK with a maximum depth of 309 metres
Loch Ness (228 metres deep) is best known for alleged sightings of the Loch Ness Monster
Wastwater (79 metres)
-England-
British Industry

Heavy industries :




High-technology manufacturing industries :

Made in Britain
Large companies: few successful
-> Invest a lot of money in research and development

Small manufacturing companies: successful
-> Use first-class materials, have excellent quality control
Waterproof jacket – J.Barbour & Sons
Elite Cars - Morgan
THE UNION JACK
ENGLAND
(St George’s Cross)
Scotland
(St Andrew’s Cross)
Scotland and the flag of St. Andrew
+
=
North Ireland
(St Patrick’s Cross)
Northern Ireland and the flag of St Patrick
+
=
The Flag of Wales
The national flag of the United Kingdom is commonly known as the UnionJack and also as the Union Flag. It has been used as the (1)........... ...... flagsince 1603, when Scotland and England were (2)..................... . The originaldesign combined the red cross of (3)....................., St George`s Cross, with the white (4).................... cross on a blue background of (5)...................., StAndrew`s Cross. The red diagonal cross of (6)....................., St Patrick`scross, was added in 1801, when Ireland became part of the United Kingdom.(7)............... is not represented on the Union Jack because it is aprincipality of England. The red (8)..................... of Cadwallader, which isnow often used as the national flag of Wales, dates from the 1950s.
The Union Jack is most often seen flying from (9).................. buildings or atsports events. Children may wave small Union Jacks when a member of the(10)..................... family visits their town. During national (11)............strings of small flags are hung across the street as bunting.
The Union Jack is less important to British (12)..................... than the Stars andStripes is to Americans. Many people feel a stronger (13).... ................. to thenational flags of England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland. The flag of theEuropean Union, a circle of gold stars on a blue background, is sometimes also seen in Britain, e.g. on car number plates.
(from Oxford Guide to British and American Culture)
British
united
England
diagonal
Scotland
Ireland
Wales
dragon
public
royal
celebrations
people
loyalty
Britain and The Commonwealth
19th century: Britain traded all over the world and had a large empire oversea.

The Commonwealth is a voluntary association of 53 independent countries, almost all of which were formerly under British rule.

The members of the Commonwealth have many different styles of government.

Some of the countries recognize the Queen as their head of state.
Queen Elizabeth II - Queen of United Kingdom (21th April 1926)
Britain and The Commonwealth
england



Official language: English London
Capital : London
Largest cities : Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool,
Manchester, Sheffield
Area : 130,395 km2
Highest point : Scaffell Pike 978m (3210ft)
Longest river : Thames (346km)
Largest Lake : Windermere (14.7sq km)
Population : 50,1 million
Currency : Pound sterling (£) (GBP)
National flower : the Tudor rose (red, white)
Patron saint : St George
Geographical position of england
England is the southern part of Great Britain and the largest country in the UK.

It is only 35 km from France, the Channel Tunnel under the English Channel links England and France.

It occupies most of the southern two-thirds of the island of Great Britain and shares land borders with Scotland to the north, and Wales to the west.

England is named after the Angles
England became one country in 937, when it was ruled by King Athelstan
William the Conqueror took over England in 1066
Queen Elizabeth II is a descendant of William.
England is mostly low hills and plains, forming meadowlands and pastures.
 Uplands include the Pennine Chain, known as the `backbone of England`, which splits northern England into westen and eastem sectors.
The highest point is Scafell Pike (977 metres) in the north west.
The north east includes the rugged landscape of the Yorkshire moors, while the south west has the upland moors of Dartmoor and Exmoor.
Yorkshire moors
Dartmoor
Exmoor
CITIES OF INTEREST TO TOURISTS
London - the capital city of England and the United Kingdom, a vast metropolitan area, and a global capital of finance, fashion and culture.
Birmingham – the UK`s second largest city is located in the Industrial heartland and many attractions for the traveller, considered Britain`s "second city" it is a cultural, sporting, entertainment, shopping and media hub
Bristol - largest city in South England (after London), vibrant music scene, lovely historic buildings and an attractive waterfront. 
Brighton - Victorian seaside resort turned into one of the major nightlife entres of Europe
Liverpool- famed nautical city and home of the Beatles. (European capital of culture 2008)
Manchester - Considered England`s second city by many, a cultural, sporting, entertainment, shopping and media hub
Newcastle upon Tyne - a thriving northern city with world-famous nightlife
Nottingham - home of Robin Hood and Nottingham Castle
York - ancient capital of Yorkshire, with Roman, Viking and Mediaeval remains
 Bath - historical city, stunning Georgian architecture and Roman thermal baths
Chester - historical city with Roman ruins
The ancient university cities of Oxford and Cambridge 
there are many well known English people 

Charles Dickens
(1812 – 1870)
The famous 19th century author
 Sir Isaac Newton
(1642 – 1726)
The scientist.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee
( 8/6/1955)
Inventor of the World Wide Web
William Shakespeare (1564 -1616)
was an english playwright, actor and poet also known as the “bard of avon” and often called england’s national poet.

Romeo & Juliet 1594-1595
Twelfth Night
1601-1602
The Beatles (music band), who came from the city of Liverpool
Sir Winston Churchill
(1874 -1965)
led the country in World War Two 
Queen Victoria
(1819 – 1901)
was the Queen for most of the 19th century
REVISION
Write T for true and F for false. Correct the false statements 

England has border with Scotland and Wales.
England is named after the Germanic
England covers two-thirds of Great Britain
England is a mountainous country
The Pennine Chain is known as the backbone of England
Scafell Pike is the highest point of Britain.
T
F
F
T
T
T
Wales
Official languages English, Welsh

Capital &largest city Cardiff

Area 20,779 km²

Population 3,099,000 (2015 census)

Currency Pound Sterling (£) (GBP)

National flower Leek, Daffodil

Patron saint St. David
King Edward I (1282)
King Edward II (1301)
The largest island
wales`s diverse landscape is mountainous
Snowdon Mountains
Cambrian Mountains
South Wales
The main population and industrial areas
The seven wonders of Wales
Snowdon
The Gresford bells
The Llangollen Brigde
Pistyll Rhaeadr
The Winefride’s Well
The Overton yew trees
The Wrexham steeple
National game of Wales is Rugby
Sir Anthony Hopkins
Catherine Zeta Jones
Richard Burton
Wale is know for its great actor
Famous traveler and explorer
Sir George Everest
Wales is a mountainous country
Wales is in the east of England
Showdon is the highest mountain in Wales
Brecon Beacons are in the south of Wales
The population of Wales concentrates
in the South Wales
Industrial areas and major cities of Wales
are in the north and central of Wales
What are the name of seven wonders of Wales?
SCOTLAND
Languages English, Scottish Gaelic

Capital Edinburgh

Largest city Glasgow

Area 78,782 km²

Population 5.1 million

Currency Pound sterling (£) (GDP)

National flower Thistle

Patron saint St. Andrew

The Act of Union
James I
The Highlands
The Central Belt
The Southern Uplands
The Highlands
The Great Glen
The Grampian Mountains
Ben Nevis, the highest peak at 1,344 metres
The central belt
The West
Coast
The East Coast
The southern uplands
Range of hills and mountains almost 125
miles (200km) long.
Stretch from Stranraer
in the Irish Sea to East Lothian and the North Sea.
islands
St. Kilda, the most remote of Scottish islands, over 150 miles (240km) from the mainland.
Aberdeen
Dundee
Edinburgh
Glasgow
Inverness
Stirling
Loch Ness with Nessie Monster
Clan
Kilt
Medieval castle
Poetry of Robert Burns
Songs of Robert Burns
Walter Scott
Robert Louis Stevenson
Arthur Conan Doyle
David Hume
The actor Sean Connery
Scotland has been part of the UK since 1603.
Scotland is in the north of Britain.
Scotland has border with England and Wales.
Scotland can be divided into 3 areas: the Highlands,the Central Belt and the Southern Uplands.
The highest mountains of the British Isle are in the Highlands.
Write T for true and F for false. Correct the false statements.
The city of Glasgow is in the Central Belt.
The Southern Uplands is range of hills
and moutains.
The four main groups of islands are Shetland, Orkney, the Hebrides and St.Kilda.
Scotland is famous for its kilt.
Write T for true and F for false. Correct the false statements.
northern ireland
Main languages English, Irish Gaelic

Capital and largest city Belfast

Area 13,843 km²

Population 1,810,863 (2011 census)

Establishment Partition of Ireland (1920)

Currency Pound Sterling (GBP; £)

National flower Shamrock

Patron saint St. Patrick
Northern Ireland on the island of Ireland
Location of Northern Ireland (dark green) in the United Kingdom (green)
Created by the Government of Ireland Act 1920
Covers 14,139 km²
(1/6 area of the island)

Has a population of 1.8 million
Also known as:
Ulster, after an ancient kingdom of Ireland
Or the Six Counties
Capital city: Belfast / Béal Feirste
Population: 333,871
Beflast city hall
Belfast Harbour
County Antrim
County Down
County Armagh
County Tyrone
County Tyrone
County Londonderry
Sea to the North and East




Donegal to the West

Cavan and Monaghan to the South
Typical landscape:
low hills
Mournes
The Mournes
Slieve Donard
The Sperrins
Mournes
Lough Neagh
The Antrim Plateau
Lough Erne
Strangford Lough
Carlingford Lough
The Giant’s Causeway
Glens of Antrim
Fermanagh Lakeland
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
Derrymore House
Mount Steward
Dromore, County Down
Complete these sentences with information from the text
1. Northern Ireland is referred to as ______ or ___ ___ ________
Complete these sentences with information from the text
Northern Ireland is referred to as Ulster or the Six Counties
The capital city of Northern Ireland is _______
Complete these sentences with information from the text
Northern Ireland is referred to as Ulster or the Six Counties
The capital city of Northern Ireland is Belfast
Complete these sentences with information from the text
Northern Ireland is referred to as Ulster or the Six Counties
The capital city of Northern Ireland is Belfast
Six counties of Northern Ireland are ______, ____, ______, ______, _________, and ___________
Complete these sentences with information from the text
Northern Ireland is referred to as Ulster or the Six Counties
The capital city of Northern Ireland is Belfast
Six counties of Northern Ireland are Antrim, Down, Armagh, Tyrone, Fermanagh, and Londonderry
Northern Ireland is surrounded by ___ __ ___ _____ ___ ___, __ ___ __________ ________ __ _______ __ ___ ____ ___ _____ ___ ________ __ ___ _____
Complete these sentences with information from the text
Northern Ireland is referred to as Ulster or the Six Counties
The capital city of Northern Ireland is Belfast
Six counties of Northern Ireland are Antrim, Down, Armagh, Tyrone, Fermanagh, and Londonderry
Northern Ireland is surrounded by sea to the north and east, by the Republican counties of Donegal to the west and Cavan and Monaghan to the South
Three mountainous areas of Northern Ireland are ___ _______, ___ ________, ___ ______ _______
Complete these sentences with information from the text
Northern Ireland is referred to as Ulster or the Six Counties
The capital city of Northern Ireland is Belfast
Six counties of Northern Ireland are Antrim, Down, Armagh, Tyrone, Fermanagh, and Londonderry
Northern Ireland is surrounded by sea to the north and east, by the Republican counties of Donegal to the west and Cavan and Monaghan to the South
Three mountainous areas of Northern Ireland are the Mournes, the Sperrins, and the Antrim Plateau
The largest lake in Northern Ireland is _____ _____
Complete these sentences with information from the text
Northern Ireland is referred to as Ulster or the Six Counties
The capital city of Northern Ireland is Belfast
Six counties of Northern Ireland are Antrim, Down, Armagh, Tyrone, Fermanagh, and Londonderry
Northern Ireland is surrounded by sea to the north and east, by the Republican counties of Donegal to the west and Cavan and Monaghan to the South
Three mountainous areas of Northern Ireland are the Mournes, the Sperrins, and the Antrim Plateau
The largest lake in Northern Ireland is Lough Neagh
The highest peak in Northern Ireland is ______ ______
Complete these sentences with information from the text
Northern Ireland is referred to as Ulster or the Six Counties
The capital city of Northern Ireland is Belfast
Six counties of Northern Ireland are Antrim, Down, Armagh, Tyrone, Fermanagh, and Londonderry
Northern Ireland is surrounded by sea to the north and east, by the Republican counties of Donegal to the west and Cavan and Monaghan to the South
Three mountainous areas of Northern Ireland are the Mournes, the Sperrins, and the Antrim Plateau
The largest lake in Northern Ireland is Lough Neagh
The highest peak in Northern Ireland is Slieve Donard
See the largest Roman amphitheater
See a Shakespeare play
Visit a castle
Visit famous museums and colleges
Go boating on a river
Walk around city walls
Experience nightlife
Visit Wordworth’s home
Chester
Stratford-upon-Avon
Edinburgh
Oxford
Cambridge
York
London
Windermere
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