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Great Britain 1 Samstag, 6. Februar 2021 21:26 The British identity + stereotypes: Definition: A set idea that people have in their head about something or someone and how this or they are like, especially if this idea is wrong. •They drink a lot of tea, eat fish n'chips and pastries •They are always correct, very tolerant and play fair •Have a snobbish behaviour (being better than others) • always cool and rainy there •The weather •Really passionate about their sports (soccer, cricket,...). •Pride of their own culture, sports, traditions, royalness,... •Often xenophobic (not huge fans of other countries) Britishness + Stereotypes English as a lingua franca. 3 Monarchy + The Royals: •Not interested in other languges (they speak the "old-fashioned" English) •Really polite, well-manered and known for their gentlemen-like behaviour •Their historical background (Empire) is an explanation for them thinking they're the greatest •They have a lot of respect for laws and justice •Their way to dress / their looks are very special and "different" English as a lingua franca: a Definition: It's a language Spoken by a range of people with different mother tongue and it's used as way of communication and to achieve a good understanding between people. Why is it a lingua franca?. Very easy grammar (Subject-predicate-object) • Wide range of vocabulary Is this a good or a bod thing? •It's the official language in...

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many countries because they were probably former British colonies during the time of the British Empire It's the language of travelling / tourists PRO CON • English has a lot of words from other langu-·Misunderstandings because of multiple varieties ages so it's easy to learn and understand of English (BE, A E, dialects,...) •Yes, there are many Englishes - but they are all ·Pushing other languages in the background correct in their own way even an •People all over the world are able to communi- cate with each other face to face no translator is needed V •The pronunciation isn't too hard to pronounce be spoken everywhere Leg. Russian, French, German,.... English helps you to be successf harder Native English speakers won't want /won't feel the need to leam foreign languages in the business or travel industry. -The English language might suffer because everybody speaks it there, no matter the origin it'll get influenced by so many other countries •English is already so widely spread in the world ↳ languge may change (simplified) so it'll spread more and more automatically ↳ People like the languge 0 Many people talk about language imperialism" when they talk about English as Ia lingua franca Lit's right because English is a dominant language even though they don't live in an English-speaking country. The Monarchy and the Royals: Queen Elizabeth II: •She's the monarch and the Head of State William + Kate: • Very happily n Have -English won't be special anymore because it would •Has many representional and ceremonial functions •She works together with the prime minister on some aspects regarding the country. ↳ They meet every week to discuss important things She's old-fashioned and stands for royalty and a traditional England. Chorus+ Diana(t): Prince Charles as the Heir to the throne Princess Diana unfortunately died married couple in the Royal Family British Politics. Brexit/GB + EU @Harry+ Megan: Known for scandals and rebellious behaviour Is the British monarchy useful? languages language defines culture so that'll be lost too •Recently kind of left the Royal Family or at least stepped down from some Royal rights • Create a lot of material for the British to gossip about and for the press to write about ↳ forms the culture of the country. • Without the royal family a part of the British culture would get lost as well PRO CON •It's good to stick to traditions and appreciate them. The monarchy (maintaining it) costs tons of money could be used in a better way is the Royal Family is already rich The monarch doesn't really have a political power anymore Kind of useless •They create jobs and they are one of the main rea- sons why the tourist industry is so successful elected body •They help to maintain and remind about the his- The monarch's functions could easily be taken torical background of Great Britain over by other political bodies or a •Of course they are one of the main topics to gossip · Britain is a hereditary monarchy" about or for the press to write about ↳ Everybody wants to keep up with them •They raise a lot of money for charities to help people ↳ The heir to the throne takes the crown, no matter their character, scandals, suitability... Can be dangerous for the country Disagreements with the government /politics all around the world. ↳ They are trained to do so • The whole system is a good example of a modern/ well-working who works together with the government monarchy ally. •The Royal Family, especially the Queen, represents the There's a big focus on the Royal Family country perfectly ↳ they distract from other importances •The monarch is automatically the head of the The members as perfect role models. They're polite, they help, they're respectful and to be respected as well ↳ The Queen is very wise. •Some say the monarch is a waste of money but beg. The French president earns over double of the money the monarch gets •The Royal family has a good image all around The new generation will make it even more modern The house of Commons •The British have a Parliamentary Democracy" ↳In connection with the majesty's government The monarch: Is the head of state The Parliament: Prime minister: Is the head of Gold-fashioned, xenophobic, (doo) proud, snobbish.... -The monarch can help the prime minister and give. The British monarch is the most expensive monarch them advice on things they might not have an in Europe answer to Spanish and Swedish monarchy pay much less Maybe overrated •Even though members give money to charity they don't really involve themselves in the affairs. executive British politics: •The UK Parliament is known as the mother of parliaments' Llt served as a model for many governments all over the world. -| goes back to the year 1215 ↳ Magna Carta (first rights to respect) •The parliament splits into two sections The house of Lords The British people can't elect them Not democratic •The Living Lifestyle of the Royal Family might confirm negative stereotypes •Have a word in passing or abolishing laws. •They're more a representative figure •They take care of international businesses mostly. especially countries of the Commonwealth •Has no real political power government •Is part of the Executive but directs the legislative as well. He chooses and appoints the Ministers of the Cabinet "Those are responsible for different departments House of Lords: Their power is limited •Get a word in approving laws. House of Commons:. They have the real power •Talks about and approve / deny laws. L> Members of both houses get elected by the British people (18+) The Brexit / GB and the EU: Brexit British exit (the European Union) UK's role in the EU: ·EU involves 28 European countries Leconomic and political REMAIN •Profit from being able to sell or buy goods to / from other nations without having to pay taxes. •EU citizens can work or live in any other EU countries you don't need a visa to travel. •Many other rights, freedoms, benefits are Shared through the EU. •No help in situations in need. Leg. Conflicts / wars with other nations •Their economy might shut down because of the quick transition of recieving their goods from everywhere to having to get them themselves The UK told the immigrants to come and wok there after WWII The EU isn't to blame here, The UK has their actions to that as well The Supreme Court: It's responsible for hearings of criminal cases ↳ Maintaing justice in the UK' don't have any political power •They they are just the court! A lot of controversy and issues throughout the process A timeline: The Brexid from the EU was a long process •Bexit was actually due to happen in 2019 has been delayed multiple times, •It was a relly really close result: 48%. CON Sax PRO The transition period from 2019 stopped in 2021 to The UK left the EU in January 2021 Why did people want to remain / leave the EU? • Executive Legislative uld allows free movement and free trade of people who live and work in whichever country •The UK joined in 1973 • They are a big financial contributor to the EU budget. They contribute more than they recieve back •They were the first member country to ever withdraw themselves from the EU } Judical LEAVE •They put more money into the EU budget than they recieve back Sloose money in the long term •They can find other way of trading deals for their goods •Britain wants to have independent control about the amount of immigrants that come into their country and from where they're immi- grating as well The EU did that for them before. No more taxes I fees for EU affairs •Supporting the UK industry Libuying their own products. Support local small businesses Loss of national identity and sovereignty ↳ want to be independent and not rely on others •Securing jobs for British people "So people from other countries won't take them away from them.

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Great Britain 1 Samstag, 6. Februar 2021 21:26 The British identity + stereotypes: Definition: A set idea that people have in their head about something or someone and how this or they are like, especially if this idea is wrong. •They drink a lot of tea, eat fish n'chips and pastries •They are always correct, very tolerant and play fair •Have a snobbish behaviour (being better than others) • always cool and rainy there •The weather •Really passionate about their sports (soccer, cricket,...). •Pride of their own culture, sports, traditions, royalness,... •Often xenophobic (not huge fans of other countries) Britishness + Stereotypes English as a lingua franca. 3 Monarchy + The Royals: •Not interested in other languges (they speak the "old-fashioned" English) •Really polite, well-manered and known for their gentlemen-like behaviour •Their historical background (Empire) is an explanation for them thinking they're the greatest •They have a lot of respect for laws and justice •Their way to dress / their looks are very special and "different" English as a lingua franca: a Definition: It's a language Spoken by a range of people with different mother tongue and it's used as way of communication and to achieve a good understanding between people. Why is it a lingua franca?. Very easy grammar (Subject-predicate-object) • Wide range of vocabulary Is this a good or a bod thing? •It's the official language in...

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many countries because they were probably former British colonies during the time of the British Empire It's the language of travelling / tourists PRO CON • English has a lot of words from other langu-·Misunderstandings because of multiple varieties ages so it's easy to learn and understand of English (BE, A E, dialects,...) •Yes, there are many Englishes - but they are all ·Pushing other languages in the background correct in their own way even an •People all over the world are able to communi- cate with each other face to face no translator is needed V •The pronunciation isn't too hard to pronounce be spoken everywhere Leg. Russian, French, German,.... English helps you to be successf harder Native English speakers won't want /won't feel the need to leam foreign languages in the business or travel industry. -The English language might suffer because everybody speaks it there, no matter the origin it'll get influenced by so many other countries •English is already so widely spread in the world ↳ languge may change (simplified) so it'll spread more and more automatically ↳ People like the languge 0 Many people talk about language imperialism" when they talk about English as Ia lingua franca Lit's right because English is a dominant language even though they don't live in an English-speaking country. The Monarchy and the Royals: Queen Elizabeth II: •She's the monarch and the Head of State William + Kate: • Very happily n Have -English won't be special anymore because it would •Has many representional and ceremonial functions •She works together with the prime minister on some aspects regarding the country. ↳ They meet every week to discuss important things She's old-fashioned and stands for royalty and a traditional England. Chorus+ Diana(t): Prince Charles as the Heir to the throne Princess Diana unfortunately died married couple in the Royal Family British Politics. Brexit/GB + EU @Harry+ Megan: Known for scandals and rebellious behaviour Is the British monarchy useful? languages language defines culture so that'll be lost too •Recently kind of left the Royal Family or at least stepped down from some Royal rights • Create a lot of material for the British to gossip about and for the press to write about ↳ forms the culture of the country. • Without the royal family a part of the British culture would get lost as well PRO CON •It's good to stick to traditions and appreciate them. The monarchy (maintaining it) costs tons of money could be used in a better way is the Royal Family is already rich The monarch doesn't really have a political power anymore Kind of useless •They create jobs and they are one of the main rea- sons why the tourist industry is so successful elected body •They help to maintain and remind about the his- The monarch's functions could easily be taken torical background of Great Britain over by other political bodies or a •Of course they are one of the main topics to gossip · Britain is a hereditary monarchy" about or for the press to write about ↳ Everybody wants to keep up with them •They raise a lot of money for charities to help people ↳ The heir to the throne takes the crown, no matter their character, scandals, suitability... Can be dangerous for the country Disagreements with the government /politics all around the world. ↳ They are trained to do so • The whole system is a good example of a modern/ well-working who works together with the government monarchy ally. •The Royal Family, especially the Queen, represents the There's a big focus on the Royal Family country perfectly ↳ they distract from other importances •The monarch is automatically the head of the The members as perfect role models. They're polite, they help, they're respectful and to be respected as well ↳ The Queen is very wise. •Some say the monarch is a waste of money but beg. The French president earns over double of the money the monarch gets •The Royal family has a good image all around The new generation will make it even more modern The house of Commons •The British have a Parliamentary Democracy" ↳In connection with the majesty's government The monarch: Is the head of state The Parliament: Prime minister: Is the head of Gold-fashioned, xenophobic, (doo) proud, snobbish.... -The monarch can help the prime minister and give. The British monarch is the most expensive monarch them advice on things they might not have an in Europe answer to Spanish and Swedish monarchy pay much less Maybe overrated •Even though members give money to charity they don't really involve themselves in the affairs. executive British politics: •The UK Parliament is known as the mother of parliaments' Llt served as a model for many governments all over the world. -| goes back to the year 1215 ↳ Magna Carta (first rights to respect) •The parliament splits into two sections The house of Lords The British people can't elect them Not democratic •The Living Lifestyle of the Royal Family might confirm negative stereotypes •Have a word in passing or abolishing laws. •They're more a representative figure •They take care of international businesses mostly. especially countries of the Commonwealth •Has no real political power government •Is part of the Executive but directs the legislative as well. He chooses and appoints the Ministers of the Cabinet "Those are responsible for different departments House of Lords: Their power is limited •Get a word in approving laws. House of Commons:. They have the real power •Talks about and approve / deny laws. L> Members of both houses get elected by the British people (18+) The Brexit / GB and the EU: Brexit British exit (the European Union) UK's role in the EU: ·EU involves 28 European countries Leconomic and political REMAIN •Profit from being able to sell or buy goods to / from other nations without having to pay taxes. •EU citizens can work or live in any other EU countries you don't need a visa to travel. •Many other rights, freedoms, benefits are Shared through the EU. •No help in situations in need. Leg. Conflicts / wars with other nations •Their economy might shut down because of the quick transition of recieving their goods from everywhere to having to get them themselves The UK told the immigrants to come and wok there after WWII The EU isn't to blame here, The UK has their actions to that as well The Supreme Court: It's responsible for hearings of criminal cases ↳ Maintaing justice in the UK' don't have any political power •They they are just the court! A lot of controversy and issues throughout the process A timeline: The Brexid from the EU was a long process •Bexit was actually due to happen in 2019 has been delayed multiple times, •It was a relly really close result: 48%. CON Sax PRO The transition period from 2019 stopped in 2021 to The UK left the EU in January 2021 Why did people want to remain / leave the EU? • Executive Legislative uld allows free movement and free trade of people who live and work in whichever country •The UK joined in 1973 • They are a big financial contributor to the EU budget. They contribute more than they recieve back •They were the first member country to ever withdraw themselves from the EU } Judical LEAVE •They put more money into the EU budget than they recieve back Sloose money in the long term •They can find other way of trading deals for their goods •Britain wants to have independent control about the amount of immigrants that come into their country and from where they're immi- grating as well The EU did that for them before. No more taxes I fees for EU affairs •Supporting the UK industry Libuying their own products. Support local small businesses Loss of national identity and sovereignty ↳ want to be independent and not rely on others •Securing jobs for British people "So people from other countries won't take them away from them.