Ethnic Groups: English,
a maritime temperate climate which means it is a
mild country. It is a very rainy country with lots
of green grass and rolling hills. Each year, the
north receives an average of 1,600 mm of rain. In
the South and Central parts of England, it rains
less than 800 mm.
months are December, January and February, when the
temperature is usually between 3 and 6°C. In
July and August, the temperature averages between
16 and 21°C.
people like to eat traditional English meals, for
example: steak and kidney pie, shepards pie,
and bangers and mash, (sausages and mashed
potatoes). In the afternoon, English people like to
enjoy a cup of tea and a pastry.
and the Arts
people enjoy lots of different games such as
cricket, soccer, (football) and rugby. A city may
have more than one team and the fans get very
excited over their favourite. They will wear the
team shirts, and wave flags for their
wonderful childrens authors come from
England, such as J.K. Rowling who wrote the Harry
officially celebrates many Christian holidays
including Easter, Christmas, New Years,
although they call Santa Claus, Father
Christmas. Another special holiday is Guy
Fawkes Night on November 5. Fireworks are used to
celebrate and show their happiness.
Places and Interesting Facts
has two birthdays: her real birthday in April and
an official birthday celebrated on a Saturday in
June. The highlight of her official birthday is a
special parade, known as the Trooping of the
Colour, in London.
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