THE GREAT IRISH FAMINE. THE TROUBLES. PREZI | Ireland / Northern Ireland - intro. Ireland (Class intro) Test your knowledge about Ireland Take a virtual voyage through Ireland's most amazing sites by clicking: Ireland National Dishes Ireland is famous for its seafood with smoked salmon, smoked fish, oysters, mussels andcrab topping the bill.
The country also produces excellent lamb, beef pork, black pudding,farmhouse cheese, soda bread and, of course, Guinness and maybe a drop of whiskey! Irish stew, "ballymaloe" or "stobhach gaelach" as it is called in Gaelic,is a traditional dish made from lamb or mutton as well as potatoes,onions, and parsley. Colcannon is a traditional Irish food made from mashed potatoes, cabbage (or kale), butter, salt, and pepper.
Traditional Irish Breakfast - This is one of the glories of the Irish table and can include grilled bacon, black pudding (= boudin noir)and good quality sausages, tomatoes grilled with butter and chives, flat mushrooms and soda and potato bread. Special thanks to Rémi for his oral presentation on the Irish group U2! Marion talks about her home country - Track + script + comprehension quiz. Just next to Ireland is a small country just next to the United Kingdom.
We can use the phrase 'just next to' to describe the location of something compared to something else. It means 'very close to.' Notice the following: Their new house is just next to a lake and a big park. The government building You often see the Irish flag above the government building or the town hall. A 'government building' is a building that is owned and used by the government of a country or city. Government buildings usually have very high security. One of the most important symbols One of the most important symbols of Ireland is the shamrock. A 'symbol' is a design that has significance for a group of people. A sun was one of the most important symbols that appeared before written language. A very long history We have a very long history in Ireland and there are many castles all over. If a place has a 'very long history' it means that we know what has happened there from the present and far into the past. Irish History (Vocab + quiz)
Skip ahead So, skipping ahead a few years.
The Celtic people were always quite unique within Europe ... Used like this, to 'skip ahead' is to move from talking about one past date or period to a more recent one without giving all the details about what happened in between. Notice the following: I prefer to skip ahead from my childhood to my early twenties when I talk about my past.When he's telling a story, he always skips ahead and it becomes difficult to understand. for all intents and purposes Even though the English had, for all intents and purposes, colonised, it was not an easy colonisation. The most common usage of the phrase 'for all intents and purposes' is to refer to usual situations or circumstances or for the purposes that are practical. For all intents and purposes the house is finished being built, we just need to clean up a little so we can live in it.Our relationship, for all intents and purposes, was over before we even went on vacation together. strictly enforced.
Ireland (Sean O'Connell, Irish American) Webquest Names : _________________________________________________ Your name is Sean O’Connell.
Irish - what the world thinks we do. Irish History Timeline Quiz. Discover Ireland - Irish Tourism in 2011 [VOCAB: superlatives, activities] Go where Ireland takes you: Dublin. Proudly supporting Ladies Gaelic Football. The Foreigner's Guide to Irish Accents. Traveling Ireland (visiting tips) Ireland Sightseeing Guide (for kids) How well do you know Ireland? (for kids) A Taste of Northern Ireland. L'émigration irlandaise - HG-français-anglais.