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The red rose became the emblem of England after the War of the Roses (1455-1485) which was the war for the English throne.
Saint George, a soldier in the Roman army, saved a princess, killed a dragon.
The Saint George´s cross is the English flag.
While England does not have an official national anthem, there are many songs which are considered to fill such a role. In most of the national sporting fixtures ‘God Save the Queen’ is used.
Look at the geographical names and read them after the announcer. Bath, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Cambridge, the County of Kent, Dover, the Fens (area), Hadrian's Wall, Heathrow (airport), the Lake District, Land's End, Liverpool, Manchester, the Midlands, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northern Ireland, Oxford, Sheffield, the Southeast, the Southwest, Stonehenge, Stratford-upon-Avon, the Thames, Wales, York
1._______ Lake District 2.________ North of England 3._________ Midlands 4._________Newcastle 5._________ Northern Ireland 6._________ Windsor 7._________ Thames 8.________ Southwest 9.________ East Anglia 10.__________ Heathrow Airport
1 Say what parts of England the pictures show. 1 2 3 4 5 the text “Discover Britain: England” the text “Discover Britain:d” the text “Discover Britain: Engl d”
1) What are the principal cities in the Southeast? 2)What county is called the “garden of England”? 3) Why do people find the Southwest attractive? 4) Why do you think tourists often come to Cambridge? 5) What is Stratford-upon-Avon famous for? 6) What are the main attractions of the North of England?
Match the words in the two columns to say what these places are famous for. 1) London 2) the Lake District 3) Oxford 4) Hadrian's Wall 5) Heathrow 6) the Fens a) the biggest airport in England b) the fact that it was built by Romans c) its places of interest d) the fact that Oliver Cromwell was born there e) its 12th century university f) its lakes and beautiful scenery
The Midlands the heart of England. the largest industrial part of England. The biggest industrial cities: Manchester, Sheffield, Liverpool. is/are
East Anglia is/are is/are called There is/are very flat. beautiful cities with historical buildings. isolated from the rest of Britain. the Fens.
The Southwest . a region with farming. known for pirates. a place for artists, writers, holidaymakers. its remarkable historic places. its Stonehenge. its dairy products. is/are is/are famous for
The North of England the wildest and the loneliest part of England. a lot of busy industrial cities. rich in coal. the Lake District. Beautiful valleys, rivers, waterfalls and mountains. is/are There is/are is/are famous for
The Southeast a highly populated region; a lot of industry; The capital of the UK; the main passenger ports and airports. is/are There is/are is/are famous for is/are situated
1.Great Britain is separated from the continent by… a) The Pacific ocean b) The Irish Sea c) The Bristol Channel d) The English channel 2. England’s population is more than …million people a)50 b)5.6 c)560 d)7 3.The head of the state in Britain is… a) the Prime Minister b) the President c) the Queen d) the Speaker 4.The Lake District is situated in… a) the North of England b) East Anglia c) the Midland d) the Southwest 5.What famous person was born in the Fens area? a) William Shakespeare b) Hadrian c) Oliver Cromwell d) Peter the Great 6.Heathrow is one of the busiest… a) libraries b) airports c) ports d) supermarkets 7.Brighton is a …in the Southeast. a) historical building b) resort c) region of England d) river 8. The Midlands is known as… a) Home of the queen b) the heart of Scotland c) the heart of England d) a highly populated region of England 9.The birthplace of William Shakespeare is … a) The County of Kent b) Brighton c) Stratford-upon-Avon d) Liverpool 10.England consists of …main parts. a) 10 b) 5 c) 2 d) 4
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