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1 GREAT BRITAIN Karina Bober & Irmina Myśliwiec

2 The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (commonly known as the United Kingdom, the UK or Britain) consists of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It is the ninth largest island in the world, and the largest European island. With a population of about 60.0 million people, it is the third most populous island in the world.

3 Queen Elizabeth II Elizabeth II is the monarch of United Kingdom. She was born in London ‚ 21 April 1926.

4 Buckingham Palace, in London, is the official residence and office of the British monarch.

5 Queen's Guard Soldiers guarding the Buckingham Palace

6 Union Jack Scotland England Northern Ireland

7 Scotland The capital - Edinburgh
Languages – English, Scots, Scots Gaelic Patron - St. Andrew (November 30th) Main Religions - Protestant and Roman Catholic National symbol – The Thistle

8 Edinburgh

9 Edinburgh castle


11 bagpipes kilt

12 Wales The capital - Cardiff Languages – English, Welsh
Patron - St. David (March 1st) Main Religions - Protestant and Roman Catholic National symbols - The Leek and the Daffodil

13 Cardiff

14 Cardiff Castle

15 Cardiff City Stadium

16 England The capital - London Language – English
Patron - St. George (April 23rd) Main Religions – Protestant, Roman Catholic, Muslim, Hindu National symbol - The Red Rose

17 London

18 Big Ben

19 London Eye

20 Tower Bridge

21 Parliament and the Thames River

22 Double-decker bus National symbol of Englad, it can be found especially in London. When you visit London you must go on a trip around the town by double-decker.

23 Public Phone Another symbol of London, taditional method of making phone calls, insted of using mobile phone.

24 Characteristic Black English Taxi

25 Northern Ireland Capital - Belfast Languages – English, Irish Gaelic
Patron - St. Patrick (March 17th) Main Religions – Protestant and Roman Catholic National Symbols - The Shamrock and the Harp

26 Belfast

27 Botanic Gardens The Big Fish

28 Queen's University Belfast

29 Leprechaun The leprechauns spend all their time busily making shoes, and store away all their coins in a hidden pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

30 Education in Great britain

31 Nursery School

32 Primary School

33 High School

34 College

35 In Great Britain children have to wear uniforms when they are at school.

36 They travel to school by school bus.

37 In Great Britain there are many different races and religions, but all people live together peacefully and help each other.

38 Easter in UK

39 Egg Hunt

40 Easter Bunny

41 Easter Presents Chocolate eggs are given to children. The eggs have a filling, and are usually covered with brightly coloured silver paper.


43 Vocabulary - Good Friday - Wielki Piątek
- Easter Sunday - Niedziela Wielkanocna - Easter Monday - Poniedziałek Wielkanocny - take part in - brać udział w - egg hunts - polowanie na wielkanocne jajka - dyed eggs - farbowane/kolorowe jajka - hidden (od czasownika hide - ukryć) - ukryte

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