Uk of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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Uk of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

  1. 1. What is the difference between The United Kingdom, Great Britain and England? Where is The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland located?
  2. 2. or UK is a country that comprises the main land mass of British isles of Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) and the northeastern of the island of Ireland (Northern Ireland), together with many smaller islands. It is located in Western Europe between the North Atlantic Ocean and the North. (Paul D. Gordon and Sidney J. Gray. United Kingdom)
  3. 3.  Chinese 23,6% in its eight spoken varieties, is known to 1.3 billion people in China alone  English 11,3% Spoken by more than 380 million people in the United Kingdom, the United States, and the former British Empire  Spanish 6,9% spoken by about 330 million people. English is the chief language of world publishing, science and technology, conferencing, and computer storage as well as the language of international air traffic control. English is also used for purposes of international communications, and international politics, business communications, and academic communities.
  4. 4.  Chinese 23,6% in its eight spoken varieties, is known to 1.3 billion people in China alone  English 11,3% Spoken by more than 380 million people in the United Kingdom, the United States, and the former British Empire  Spanish 6,9% spoken by about 330 million people. English is the chief language of world publishing, science and technology, conferencing, and computer storage as well as the language of international air traffic control. English is also used for purposes of international communications, and international politics, business communications, and academic communities.

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