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Icons of England
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A cup of tea
A cup of tea English people say jokingly: “Seven cups of tea will make you up in the morning; nine cups will put you to sleep at night. If you are hot , tea will cool you off, and if you are cold, it will warm you up. If you are depressed, it will cheer you up; if you are excited, it will calm you down.”
1) Where did tea come to Britain from? India China Japan 2) What did people start putting in tea to make it healthier? Coffee Salt Milk 3) When was fashion of afternoon tea introduced? 1100s 1500s 1800s
Big Ben It is called the Great Bell of Westminster and was made in 1858.
1) It is called the Great Bell of ... 2) It was made in ... 3) It is situated next to ... 4) It is ... at the top of the tower. 5) It rings in each ... in Britain. a. 1858 b. Westminster c. New Year d. the Houses of Parliament e. the largest bell
The rose The national flower of England is the rose.
The rose During the Tudor period, hundreds of inns were named the Rose – to show loyalty to the royal family. There are still many pubs and hotels all over the country named after this flower.
What is the national flower of England? Between which English houses were civil wars? What was at the end of war? Why hundreds of inns were named the Rose? In 1871, the newly formed Rugby Football Union selected an England team to play the first ever international match against Scotland. The committee chose a red rose as the team’s badge. What do you think: why did they choose this symbol?
Fish and chips The idea to sell fish and chips together first came to a Londoner Joseph Malin. In 1860, he opened a fish-and-chip shop in Cleveland Street in London’s East End.
Fish and chips
Choose correct answers: 1) The first chips came from ... 2) The idea to sell fish and chips together first came to a ... 3) In … , he opened a fish-and-chip shop in Cleveland Street in London’s East End. 4) Today, fish and chips are a still very popular in … but they come in clean white paper bags! 5) More than … portions are eaten in the country every year. France, 1860, Britain, Londoner Joseph Malin, 250 million
Sutton Hoo Helmet
Sutton Hoo Helmet Probably the most famous discovery ever made in Britain was the Sutton Hoo burial site in Suffolk. It all happened on the very eve of the Second World War. A lady called Mrs. Edith Pretty owned a house and some land where 18 mysterious mounds of earth lay. In 1939, she asked archaeologist Basil Brown to excavate them.
Sutton Hoo Helmet Basil excavated the mounds and found they were burial mounds, dating back to Anglo-Saxon times. Sadly, many of them had been robbed, but beneath the largest mound he found the remains of a 9-metre wooden ship. Inside the ship was a burial chamber the size of a small room. Although no body was found, chemical tests on the soil suggest a body had been buried there in Saxon times. There was a sword, a shield and a helmet. There were also many gold and silver things, such as weapons, cups, brooches, jewellery and coins. The dates of the coins found suggest the person was probably Anglo-Saxon king Raedwald who died around AD 617.
Sutton Hoo Helmet
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