• Continuação da exploração do Blogsibilities.
  • English speaking countries and cultures.


Discussing page 80.

Exercise A.1 correction

  • Pretoria, South Africa – picture 4;
  • London, England -picture 3 ;
  • New York, USA – picture 1;
  • Sydney, Australia – picture 2.

Exercise A.2 correction:

South Africa: This country is situated in Africa and has three capitals: Pretoria (executive), Cape Town (legislative), and Bloemfontein (judicial), but Pretoria is considered its capital. People from there are South African. English is one of its official languages, but there are more: Afrikaans, Tsonga, Ndebele, Zwazi, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa and Zulu.

England: This country is part of Great Britain and of the United Kingdom, in Europe. Its capital is London. People from there are English, but they are also called British. English is the official language.

USA: This country is situated in the American continent. Its capital is Washington, D.C. People from the USA are American, and their official language is English.

Australia: This is not only a county but also a small continent. Its capital is Camberra and people from there are Australian. Australia’s official language is also English.

Tasks (tarefas):

A – What do all these countries have in common? 

B – Do you know any other English speaking countries? What can you tell me about them? 

C -Use the Internet to find out a monument and a tradition of:

  1. South Africa
  2. England
  3. USA
  4. Australia

You can go here for some help!


4 Responses to “54”

  1. beatriz Says:

    A- These countries have the English language in common.
    B- Yes. Jamaica. The state was a British colony until 1976 and is now independent nation within the Commonwealth.

  2. amfonseca Says:

    Excellent, Beatriz!! You CAN read, interpret and write English on the Internet!
    Congratulations, girl!

  3. Ana Lucia Says:

    Em breve vou responder

  4. amfonseca Says:

    I hope you can do it soon and without problems, Ana Lúcia!

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