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A History of Britain in 20 minutes - AIRC153: Today we’re going to try and give you a complete history of Britain in 20 minutes - without all the boring bits! Las notas del episodio y más podcasts para mejorar tu ingles están en: http://www.inglespodcast.com Shownotes and more podcasts to...

A History of Britain in 20 minutes - AIRC153: Today we’re going to try and give you a complete history of Britain in 20 minutes - without all the boring bits! Las notas del episodio y más podcasts para mejorar tu ingles están en: http://www.inglespodcast.com Shownotes and more podcasts to...

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A History of Britain in 20 minutes - AIRC153: Today we’re going to try and give you a complete history of Britain in 20 minutes - without all the boring bits! Las notas del episodio y más podcasts para mejorar tu ingles están en: http://www.inglespodcast.com Shownotes and more podcasts to...

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38 minuti
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Apr 30, 2017
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Today we’re going to try and give you a complete history of Britain in 20 minutes - without all the boring bits! Las notas del episodio y más podcasts para mejorar tu ingles están en: http://www.inglespodcast.com Shownotes and more podcasts to improve your English at: http://www.inglespodcast.com/  Welcome to Aprender Inglés with Reza and Craig. I’m …..and I’m…. With over 45 years of teaching between us, we'll help you improve your English and take it to the next level. Hello to Gustavo Gonzalo (AKA - also known as - Don Quixote from La Mancha) who sent a lovely email from ‘deep Spain’ - thanks for listening. An email from Raixa Pérez from Valladolid who’s going to Ireland this summer with her family. Hello Reza and Craig, I found your great, funny and incredibly useful podcast some months ago and I listen to you almost every working day, on my way to work. I passed the first certificate exam many years ago, around 20 or maybe more!! Your podcast is helping me a lot to refresh grammar, vocabulary, listening etc I listen to Luke's podcast in order to hear different accents, but your podcast is the most pedagogic.;) Next summer we will go to Ireland (we’re going to Ireland), to Cork, for 2 weeks to Learn English in a family. The children play in English and we attend English lessons...in the mornings. Reza, I am afraid we couldn't visit your great country, The North of Ireland (we won’t be able to), but could you give us some advice about Cork: What to visit, What dishes to eat...? I haven't written in English for many, many time (a long time/many years).. I am " oxidized" (rusty). Big hugs from Valladolid. And thank you very much in advance. Raixa Pérez Look out for the colourful buildings. Ask for Murphy's Stout, not Guinness in Cork. Seafood like mackerel, mussels and Oysters will be good in Cork, also milk, butter, buttermilk, Irish bread and a good fried breakfast. White pudding is a typical dish in this part of Ireland. Email: Rafael Alba Garcia Hola Craig, estoy oyendo vuestro podcast y alguien (no recuerdo el nombre) ha dado un significado de "carajo" y como yo ya opiné al respecto y como no coincide con lo que yo os dije, te pongo lo que dice el diccionario de la Real Academia de la lengua.....(solo pongo la primero acepción) que coincide con lo que yo os dije...... 1. m. malson. miembro viril. (es malsonante).... ya lo dejo que no me gusta ponerme muy pesado....saludos Voice message from Francisco Espínola - Úbeda A Short History of Britain The Celts settled in Britain around 700 BC The Celts are ancestors to many people in Scotland, Wales and Ireland (and also England). A famous Celt is Boadicea. She fought against the Romans. The Celts often had female leaders. The Romans occupied most of England and Wales in 43 AD. They built a wall along the Scottish border, called Hadrian’s Wall (after the Roman Emperor Hadrian) to keep the barbarians in the North. The Romans stayed in Britain for a long time. By the 5th Century, they were losing control and the Angles and the Saxons attacked Britain. Then, in the 9th century the Vikings came from Scandinavia attacking monasteries, killing monks and stealing gold and silver. The Vikings stayed in Britain for almost 300 years. They were finally defeated by the Saxon king, Alfred (Alfred the Great) - the first great Anglo-Saxon King of England. In 1066, the Norman invaders from France, under William the Conqueror, defeated the Anglo-Saxon King Harold and took control of the kingdom, introducing many French words and customs. During the Middle Ages, England became one of the strongest nations in Europe. King Edward l was the first English King who conquered Scotland (to conquer - conquistar). Edward lll conquered Wales and Ireland. In 1509, King Henry VIII took the throne (trono - Game of Thrones). He brought in (introduced) Protestant reform and the Catholic Church lost control over England. He earned a lot of money from the reform and was able to get divorced (from Catherine of Ara
Pubblicato:
Apr 30, 2017
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