The united kingdom of great britain and northern ireland

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Prezentacja uczennic klasy II b Magdaleny Weiwer i Emilii Strybuć z języka angielskiego pod kierunkiem pani Dagmary Zakrzewskiej

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The united kingdom of great britain and northern ireland

  1. 1. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  2. 2. The United Kingdom
  3. 3. The United Kingdom is made up of : England Wales Scotland Northern Ireland
  4. 4. Great Britain is made up of: England Wales Scotland
  5. 5. The United Kingdom is made up of:England - The capital is London.Scotland - The capital is Edinburgh .Wales - The capital is Cardiff.Northern Ireland - The capital is Belfast.England, Scotland and Wales togetherform Great Britain.
  6. 6. The rose of England The rose is the symbol of England.
  7. 7. LondonIt is the capital of England and also of the UK.
  8. 8. Hyde Park The Serpentine Lake is popular for boating, sailing andeven bathing. To the south of the Serpentine runs RottenRow the fashionable riding track through the park.
  9. 9. WalesCapital city is Cardiff.Symbol: Daffodil.Flag: red dragon.
  10. 10. ScotlandThe thistle is the symbol of Scotland.
  11. 11. Northern IrelandCapital city is Belfast.Symbol: The ShamrockFlag: Red and white.
  12. 12. Famous people in Great Britain The Beatles, David Beckham,Queen Elizabeth II, WilliamShakespeare,Jane Austen,Isaac Newton , John Lennonare famous British people.
  13. 13. Madame Tussauds Madame Tussauds is a major tourist attraction inLondon, displaying wax works of historical and royalfigures, film stars, sports stars and infamous murderers.
  14. 14. Teatime Everybody knows that the British drink tea , but did youknow that they drink around 165 million cups every day?Tea is not just a drink, it is a tradition, and is part of thehistory and culture of the UK. Afternoon tea is a populartradition from the early 1800s when people had tea partiesin their homes.
  15. 15.  Autorzy prezentacji The United Kingdom of GreatBritain and Northern Ireland – Zjednoczone KrólestwoWielkiej Brytanii i Irlandii Północnej: Emilia Strybuć kl. II aMagdalena Weiwer kl. IIa

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