Why was NY so important to the English?
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The English Bill of Rights are so important because they protectour freedoms and liberties from the government. If there were noBill of Rights, then the government would do wh…atever they wantedwith America.
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It is the crossing point between England and France. The D-Day landings happened n the beaches of France, and the troops would have got there by the English Channel. - and d…on't forget about the channel islands. Jersey was occupied by the German in WW2 they used the island as a sort of 'base' and built tunnels and forts. They fought against France from Jersey.
because the bill of rights enshrines a number of the fundamentalrights such as freedom of speech and freedom.
Allowed them to retain control of the sea.
They helped the English settlers travel to Jamestown.
At 22 volumes, it is simply the most comprehensive English dictionary there is, with quotes going back to at least the 7th century (that I'm aware of). It is also the most com…prehensive etymological work in English, with etymologies for most of the entries. There's really no other dictionary like it in any other language.
he stood up against the persecution of christians. he mainly got killed for doing what was right...
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something to do with the incoming royals signing a bill of rights. (not sure?)
1. You spelled important wrong. 2. It is important for me because I speak it, and so do you. It is a way of communicating.
In New York
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In History of England
The English bill of rights was an important document. It listed the first 10 amendments to the united states constitution. It was created to list the natural rights of liberty… in order to keep justice. Without it, we probably, as a state, would not be in order right now, and there would be mayhem. -6th grade, straight A student
In Colonial America
It is always about making money.
In William Shakespeare
He wrote the best plays ever written in English.