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Listening comprehension - Fill in the gaps with the vocabulary said in the video.
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You can find out about many interesting facts about Northern Ireland, the smallest part of the UK.
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3 minutes 38 seconds
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Listening comprehension
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1. Fill the gap.
What do youof when you hear Northern Ireland?
2. Fill the gap.
This is aof Northern Ireland.
3. Fill the gap.
In fact, it's the smallestof the United Kingdom.
4. Fill the gap.
name for Derry is Londonderry.
5. Fill the gap.
It ispart of the Republic of Ireland.
6. Fill the gap.
Theof Ireland was part of the UnitedKingdom until 1921.
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After a war, one part of Ireland became a free, today known as the Republic of Ireland.
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That part is today known as Northern
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Scotland , England and Wales all have their own flags, but Northern Ireland.
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Did you know that theship, the Titanic, wasin Belfast.
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It tells the sad story of the ship and how it hasBelfast.
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Paper money from Northern Ireland looksto paper money from England or Scotland.
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Some people can speakand some people can speak Ulster Scots.
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In 2011 about four percent of all people in Northern Irelandsaid that they canIrish.
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But there arepeople who knowIrish and some Ulster Scots.
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These strangelook like stairs into the
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It says the Causeway was built by acalled Finn Mccool.
18. Fill the gap.
So, these are some importantabout Northern Ireland.
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