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Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students
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Introduction to British Civ course for ISLAIN 1st year students

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  • 1. Famous fiugres
  • 2. Famous Figures 2
  • 3. Famous Figures 3
  • 4. Famous Figures 4
  • 5. Famous Figures 5
  • 6. Famous Figures 6
  • 7. Famous Figures 7
  • 8. Famous Figures 8
  • 9. Famous Figures 9
  • 10. • Last but not least!
  • 11. Famous Figures 10
  • 12. • What is special about Britain?
  • 13. The Monarch is Head of State. The Royal Family at House of Lords Parliament: House of Commons Prince William’s Wedding with Catherine Middleton, April 2011
  • 14. British Prime Minister David Cameron British Cabinet with the Queen THERE IS NO PRESIDENT!
  • 15. UK, ENGLAND, BRITAIN, OR GREAT BRITAIN When people say England, they sometimes mean Great Britain, sometimes the United Kingdom, sometimes the British Isles - but never England.' 'How to be an Alien' by George Mikes
  • 16. UK, ENGLAND, BRITAIN, OR GREAT BRITAIN
  • 17. UK, ENGLAND, BRITAIN, OR GREAT BRITAIN • What is Great Britain? • Great Britain is the official name given to the two kingdoms of England and Scotland, and the principality of Wales. • Great Britain is made up of: • England - The capital is London. • Scotland - The capital is Edinburgh . • Wales - The capital is Cardiff.
  • 18. Is Great Britain the same as the UK? Great Britain + Northern Ireland = UK
  • 19. Great Britain VS United Kingdom

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