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People in Ireland sepeak Irish, they greet people by saying "Dia Duit". Ireland is n more then 70 miles from the coast to the end of the country. Ireland lands cape consists of a centeral plain surrounded by high mountain ranges. There is a lot of very rich farm land. Winters are wet and mild, summers are mostly cool. A few of their General attitudes are they are lighthearted, good humored, polite, and very cheerful. Work out in the end affects their daily lives. An average family has two children. Extened family usually lives with them or near by. Family is very important to them. Most families rent an apartment or a house. Most people eventually own a home. the MOst common foods are patatoes, smoked salmon ,lamb, sea foods, breads, dairy products, bread with buttermilk, soda, and soups. Patatoes are used for making cakes, chips, bread and french fries. ireland's economy has an elected resident, people have to be 18 to vote. It is divided into 29 countries. Ireland's wild has many different speices of animals. There is only on reptile that is their and it is the lizard. There is over 380 speices of birds. They're wildlife consists of salmon, trout, char, pollan, eel, frogs, pike, and rambow trout. Dublin has a population of 1,645,769 people. Something that the kids do is learn to play a musical instament, music is very imprortant to the children's culture. Dancing is most common for girls to do. Most teenagers have a cell phone. Most kids go to school, then after school they go play with their friends or watch t.v. or spend time with their family. Wisconsin Is 5 hours behind Ireland. When it is 9:00 in Millwakee it is 2:00 in Ireland. A current event is a man charged in commection with break-in at a home of justice. A father of one was refused bal today after a burgalary at a home of justice minister Alan Shatter on Sunday night. The lesson in the story about Ireland is about being giving and kind to others.

Posted by Sammy Brunner 06:47 Archived in Ireland Tagged animals

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