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Halloween Night (Children's Halloween Song)

Halloween Night (Children's Halloween Song)
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63 Differences Between British And American English That Still Confuse Everyone The UK and the USA were once referred to by George Bernard Shaw as "two countries divided by a common language". To this day, Brits and Americans continue to misunderstand and confuse each other. Thankfully, Grammar Check has put together a handy infographic comparing 63 British words to their American counterparts, and it needs to go viral for the sake of communication. Show Full Text A lot has changed since British explorers brought a funny language called English to the New World over 400 years ago, and the USA is quite proud of the unique accents and identities they've carved out for themselves. Postcard from New York with top tips for writing – pedagogfredrik I läromedlet Magic (Classbook 5 kapitel 24 och Classbook 6 kapitel 20) finns flera kapitel om USA. Det finns flera roliga sätt att introducera dessa kapitel. I mina klasser har vi listat upp delstater som eleverna känner till, tittat på klipp från YouTube (berömda platser i New York) Sedan fick eleverna skicka vykort från New York. På den här länken kan klassen läsa ett vykort tillsammans.

Map of London Attractions | Tripomatic Big Ben One of the main London landmarks. Clock Tower with 4 clock faces, a part of Westminster Palace. Buckingham Palace The majestic palace is the official residence of British monarchs. Tacksägelsedagens historia Vad är tacksägelsedagen? Om du tittat på amerikanska filmer har du säkert sett dem äta kalkon med tranbär under en speciell helg. Det är så amerikaner firar ”Thanksgiving”, eller "Tacksägelsedagen", efter den första gången vita nybyggare hade en fest tillsammans med indianerna. Men vad är det egentligen man firar? Varför är den viktig? Amerikanerna räknar händelserna kring tacksägelsedagen som grundandet av Amerika. Trots detta räknar de flesta i USA landstigningen vid Plymouth Rock 1620 som grundandet av det nya landet. Pilgrimerns väg över Atlanten Pilgrimerna landstiger vid Plymouth Rock Det var 35 pilgrimer av 101 passagerare som seglade över Atlanten på skeppet Mayflower. Inne i Mayflower Men varför just dit? Nybyggarna visste att en sjukdom drabbat regionen något år tidigare, en ”pest”. Vad såg de första pilgrimerna? Man klev iland vid Plymouth Rock och fann en indianby ödelagd av sjukdomar. Squanto blev deras lärare Den andra dagen skrev en pilgrim i sin dagbok: När började festen? Källor Related topics: Seasons, Months Warm-up Rapping Weatherman There are seven videos of the Rapping Weatherman. Vocabulary Basic Weather Words Learn some basic weather vocabulary.ESL Weather Lesson Words with pictures and sentencesWord Search A printable wordsearch document with basic weather wordsThe Weather A Power Point Presentation worth downloading. Songs Weather SongWhen the snow fallsRain, Rain, Go awayWeather Song (rap) Games Pirate Game. Acting Young Weatherman Watch this 9-year-old giving a weather report and plan how to give your own. Reading What’s the weather like today? Listening ESL Video Quiz An interview with several people answering the question “What’s the weather like today?” Writing What’s your favourite weather? Final Words Tongue Twister Try to say this tongue twister many times, faster and faster. Please tweet your feedback about working with this theme page to the author. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

US State Department Creates Illustrations Depicting Differences Between British And American English People in America and the UK both speak English, and while most words remain the same there are a few differences that could potentially create a misunderstanding. To help English speakers from all over the world better communicate, the US State Department created these useful illustrations that highlight key differences between British and American English. English originated as early as the mid-5th century, and has since been brought to a number of countries. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. London If you live in London, are visiting England's capital, or are studying London, why not bring... This is Activity Village's collection of original London colouring pages. Take a tour around... Here's a brand new collection of printable word search puzzles, mazes and word scrambles for... Use these fun London postcards - quick and easy to print onto paper, cut out and stick - as a... Just for fun, these simple illustrated posters for younger children feature some of London's... Our London I Spy booklets have lots of uses. Use our printable story paper for all sorts of writing activities, in the classroom or at home. Use these writing pages - available in colour or black and white - for writing about these famous... Kids can have fun with these printable step by step drawing tutorials for some of the best known...

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The difference between the United Kingdom (UK) England, Great Britain (GB) and the British Isles England | Scotland | Wales | Britain | Great Britain United Kingdom | Northern Ireland | British Isles 'When people say England, they sometimes mean Great Britain, sometimes the United Kingdom, sometimes the British Isles - but never England.' How to be an Alien' by George Mikes Why is England or the UK sometimes called Britain? "England" is sometimes, wrongly, used in reference to the whole United Kingdom, the entire island of Great Britain (or simply Britain), or indeed the British Isles. England, Scotland, Wales, Great Britain refer to different 'parts of the UK. The diverse history of England, Scotland and Wales has led to very different cultural traditions; The Scots and Welsh have right to feel aggrieved whenever the term 'English' is used wrongly, to mean all three. The name United Kingdom refers to the union of what were once four separate countries: England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland (though most of Ireland is now independent, only Northern Ireland remains part of the UK).

Facts about England National Symbol and flag England is 74 times smaller than the USA, 59 times smaller than Australia and 3 times smaller than Japan. England is in north-west Europe and is in the southern part of Great Britain. It is an island country and also part of the United Kingdom (UK) . England is the largest country in Great Britain and the UK. It is sometimes, wrongly, used in reference to the whole United Kingdom, the entire island of Great Britain, or indeed the British Isles. Nearly 84% of the population of the UK lives in England, mainly in the major cities and metropolitan areas. England has not had a separate political identity since 1707, when Great Britain was established as a political entity. England is only 35 km from France and is now linked by a tunnel under the English Channel. The south of England is mostly low-lying land, with hills and agricultural land and the north of England is mostly covered in moorland and mountains. Why and How does England dominate the UK? English Stereotypes