Culture of England
The culture of England is defined by the idiosyncratic cultural norms of England and the English people. Owing to England's influential position within the United Kingdom it can sometimes be difficult...
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Teaching English with new gender pronouns
Teaching English with new gender pronouns is a little more complicated. What's your preferred pronoun? Let us know in the comments!
English Nursery Rhymes With Unexpected And Sometimes Disturbing Historical Origins
Many people associate nursery rhymes with reading happy stories to children, or remember being children themselves and chanting them while they play. However, the popular explanations for the origins ...
St George's Day: Six Reasons Why St George Is The Perfect Symbol Of Multiculturalism
Most historians think George was born in modern-day Turkey to a Greek family. He served in the army of an Italian city-state and ultimately died living in modern-day Palestine. His parents, though Gre...
Architecture of England
The architecture of England refers to the architecture practiced in the territory of the present-day country of England, and in the historic Kingdom of England. The term can also be used to refer to b...
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List of English Heritage properties
A List of English Heritage properties, containing links for any stately home, historic house, castle, abbey, museum or other property in the care of English Heritage. English Heritage is an executive ...
List of English Heritage properties - Wikipedia
English art
English art is the body of visual arts made in England. Following historical surveys such as Creative Art In England by William Johnstone (1936 and 1950), Nikolaus Pevsner attempted a definition in hi...
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English cuisine
English cuisine encompasses the cooking styles, traditions and recipes associated with England. It has distinctive attributes of its own, but also shares much with wider British cuisine, largely owing...
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English folklore
English folklore is the folk tradition which has developed in England over a number of centuries. Some stories can be traced back to their roots, while the origin of others is uncertain or disputed. ...
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English law
English law means the legal system of England and Wales.While Wales now has a devolved Assembly, any legislation which that Assembly passes is enacted in particular circumscribed policy areas defined ...
English literature
The focus of this article is on literature in the English language from anywhere, not just the literature of England, so that it includes writers from Scotland, the whole of Ireland, Wales, as well as...
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Folk music of England
The folk music of England is traditionally based music, which has existed since the later medieval period. It is often contrasted with courtly, classical and later commercial music. Folk music has bee...
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Music of the United Kingdom
The music of the United Kingdom refers to all forms of music associated with the United Kingdom since its creation.Through its history, the United Kingdom has been a major exporter and source of music...
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Religion in England
The established religion in England is the Anglican Church of England, a denomination of Christianity headed by the Queen and with special position within the Constitution. Other Christian traditions ...
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Sport in England
Sport plays a prominent role in English life. Popular team sports in England are association football, cricket, rugby union and rugby league. Major individual sports include badminton, athletics, tenn...
Sport in England - Wikipedia
Lists of English loanwords by country or language of origin
These are lists of words in the English language which are known as "loanwords" or "borrowings," which are derived from other languages.For purely native (Anglo-Saxon-derived) words, see List of Engli...
Lists of English loanwords by country or language of origin - Wikipedia
Sage Derby
Sage Derby /ˈdɑrbi/ is a variety of Derby cheese that is mild, mottled green and semi-hard, and has a sage flavour. The colour is from sage and sometimes other colouring added to the curds, producing ...
Sage Derby - Wikipedia
English Nursery Rhymes With Unexpected And Sometimes Disturbing Historical Origins
Many people associate nursery rhymes with reading happy stories to children, or remember being children themselves and chanting them while they play. However, the popular explanations for the origins ...
Derby cheese
Derby cheese is a mild, semi-firm British cow's milk cheese made in Derbyshire with a smooth, mellow texture and a buttery flavour. Like most of the traditional British hard cheeses it was produced ex...
Derby cheese - Wikipedia
English Nursery Rhymes With Unexpected And Sometimes Disturbing Historical Origins
Many people associate nursery rhymes with reading happy stories to children, or remember being children themselves and chanting them while they play. However, the popular explanations for the origins ...
St George's Day: Six Reasons Why St George Is The Perfect Symbol Of Multiculturalism
Most historians think George was born in modern-day Turkey to a Greek family. He served in the army of an Italian city-state and ultimately died living in modern-day Palestine. His parents, though Gre...
Sussex Slipcote
Sussex Slipcote is a fresh cheese made from ewe's milk by the High Weald Dairy in West Sussex, England. The cheese is usually round in shape with a very soft texture. There are two different explanati...
Queen Anne Style architecture
The Queen Anne style in Britain refers to either the English Baroque architectural style approximately of the reign of Queen Anne (reigned 1702–1714), or a revived form that was popular in the last qu...
Queen Anne Style architecture - Wikipedia
Young Fogey
"Young fogey" is a term humorously applied, in British context, to some younger-generation, rather buttoned-down writers and journalists, such as Simon Heffer, Charles Moore and, for a while, A. N. Wi...