USEFUL INFORMATION More than 300000000 people speak English as their first language. That means it is the world’s number two language after Chinese. But English is also the second language for 300 million more than 60 countries such as Nigeria and Pakistan. More than 60 countries have English as one of their official languages.
ENGLISH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES CANADA AUSTRALIA The UK NEW ZEALAND THE USA
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Area of English Speaking countries Canada- 9,975,233 square Km.The USA- 9,372,610 square km.Australia-7,7 mln. square km.New Zealand- 268,680 square km.Great Britain- 244,044 square km.
The population of English-speaking countries The USA-252 million people Great Britain-57 million people Canada-26 million people Australia-17 million people New Zealand-3,4 million people
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Capital: Washington D. C Area : 9,372,610 square kilometres Population: 252,502,000 Climate : Temperature in the north. Hot desert in the south-west. Sub-tropical in the south-east. Highest mountain: Mount McKinley in Alaska (6193 Money :Dollars and cents
CANADA Capital: Ottawa Area: 9,975,233 square kilometers Population : 25, 963,000 Climate: Temperature in the south. The north is in the Arctic Circle; temperatures in the winter go to –45 Celsium. Highest mountain :Mount Logan (5,951 metres) Money :Canadian dollar and cents
AUSTRALIA Capital: Canberra Cities: Sydney, Melbourne Area: 7.7 million square kilometres Population: about 18 million people Climate: mild, sunny Mediterranean is varied from tropical in the north to temperate in the south-east Highest mountain: Kostsyushko Money: Australian dollars
New Zealand Capital: WellingtonArea: 268,680 sq kmPopulation: 3.4 million. Climate: The north of New Zealand is subtropical and the south temperateMoney:New Zealand dollar Highest mountain: MT Cook
THE UNITED KINGDOM Full name: The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northen Ireland Capital: London Area: 244,044 square kilometres Population:56,878,000 Climate : Temperature-not very hot, not very cold. A lot of rain in the west and in ScotlandMoney:Pound and pence . (
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Quiz time 1 1)BUCKINGHAM PALACE 2)DISNEYLAND 3)THE GREAT BARRIER REEF 4) HOLLYWOOD 5)THE RIVER THAMES 6)ARIZONA 7)SOUTH ISLAND 8)PICCADILLY CIRCUS 9)THE WHITE HOUSE 10)THE NIAGARA FALLS The USA The UK New Zealand Australia Canada
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