What is the relationship like between Ireland and England?
Nowadays, it is quite good.
The Irish do not have Anglophobia. There is a long history between Britain and Ireland and the British involvement in Ireland for over 800 years. As a result of that there are some people who do not like England. However, on a general basis Irish and English people get on well. Many Irish people live in England and many English people live in Ireland. When it comes to things like sport, Ireland likes to beat… Read More
It takes its name from one of the countries that it is near, like the English Channel, between France and England, also does. The Irish Sea has Ireland to its west and England, Wales and Scotland all touching it on the east.
no it isn't! England is equal to Ireland! just like all the other countries
Ireland and the U.S. are tight like spandex on a fat guy.
Probably 12a Like England!
Well, the Latin name for Ireland is Hibernian, so presumably you would be called a Hibernophile.
The English wanted an empire like the Romans.
In Europe. Like England, Ireland, Scotland.
Is there an agreed timetable for England to leave Ireland to be governed by the Republic of Ireland?
No there isn't. Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom and will remain like that until the people of Northern Ireland want to change that.
It would not be true to say the Irish do not like protestants. Many Irish people are protestants. The first president of Ireland, Douglas Hyde, was a protestant. The division between protestants and catholics in Ireland and the influence of England, as a protestant country, has had historical impacts in Ireland, resulting in tensions, but mainly confined to Northern Ireland. Protestants have had many positive impacts on Ireland and form a major part of Irish… Read More
when the English didnt rule us anymore and probably when England and Ireland drifted apart because Ireland used to be stuck to England hope this helps!! im Irish and i hope my answer didnt sound like i hate the English cos i really don't!!xxx
Ireland has a very long history with Britain, which goes back as far as 1169. From then there have been plantations in Ireland, most notably in the north of Ireland/ There were many revolutions and rebellions. The history between Ireland and Britain is long and complex, too much to go through in an answer like this. So to take a simpler look at what led to the current situation, all of Ireland was under British… Read More
it depends what kind of things you like
Ireland is a separate country. That is like asking how is Germany different from France, Spain and Italy.
Ireland is two separate country's Republic Of Ireland (Ruled By The President) Northern Ireland (Ruled By British Queen) Ireland is like Great Britain . It has three different country's Scotland Wales (All Ruled By The British Queen) England Small Islands and Ireland has two different country's but when tourists are coming to Northern Ireland / ROI they refer to it as Ireland like when Tourists are going to England or Scotland or Wales they refer… Read More
no, they haven't come to Ireland. but next year they are doing another tour and they are going to be coming to more places like England and maybe Ireland.
the relationship between pitch and frequancy is like loudness is related to imtesinty
well if its anytrhing like the relationship between birds and pigs not good
The logo is supposed to look like the numbering 20 12 on top of each other. It is also designed to look like Great Britain with nothern Ireland and Scotland as the 20 and sothern Ireland and England as the 12 with a dimond shape in between the 12 to represent Wales.
The Irish Republic uses the Euro. Northern Ireland uses Pounds and Pence, like England, Scotland and Wales.
England has a few nicknames like Blighty, Pompey and Albion. But perhaps you mean that England, together with Wales and Scotland, is called Great Britain. Great Britain, with Northern Ireland, is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
What is the term to define how the relationship between two things is like the relationship between two other things?
The relationship you describe is called an analogy.
Lincolnshire is a county in England and is not a separate country or province
Quite alot like England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Scottland, Republic of Ireland like all contries that talk english. Love Beki xx and me xoxo
The relationship between a skeleton and a human body
like daughter and father relationship
They like their relationship they love each other
Its like the relationship of sun to every plants...
what was the relatioship like between the priests and the indians
Yes, but we are part of Team Britain just like England, Wales and N. Ireland.
its like the relationship beetween my and my girlfriend... physical....
They do not like each other
is-a relation ship with inheritance like apple is a fruit and has-a relationship with its object like apple has a seed
There is no relationship between them. Karin might think that Sasuke is good-looking, but Sasuke doesn't like her.
A mandatory relationship is when you HAVE to do it. Kind of like when people are "arranged". An optional relationship is where you have the right to chose.
Yes, like anywhere, there is crime in Ireland. Yes, like anywhere, there is crime in Ireland. Yes, like anywhere, there is crime in Ireland. Yes, like anywhere, there is crime in Ireland. Yes, like anywhere, there is crime in Ireland. Yes, like anywhere, there is crime in Ireland. Yes, like anywhere, there is crime in Ireland. Yes, like anywhere, there is crime in Ireland. Yes, like anywhere, there is crime in Ireland. Yes, like anywhere… Read More
No, Scotland, like England, Wales, Northern Irealnd and the Republic of Ireland is divided into counties.
I'd say countries like England and Ireland - they're full of fields.
In The Scarlet Letter what was the relationship between Hester and chillingworth-and what had this relationship been like?
Okay, first of all England didn't really own Ireland. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (which is only a few miles from the Island of Great Britain) had been working together since the 1700's. The UK consisted of Scotland, England, and Ireland at the time. Thinking that King George was the King of the UK, and subsequentally the king of England, Scotland, and Ireland, he would want the best for his people. I… Read More
England recognized the Confederate States as a separate country because of what we had done to them in the revolutionary war. There was the fear for awhile that England was even going to support the Confederate states, but luckily they never did. The relationship between the U.S. and England/Britain has not always been as friendly as it is today.
like romeo and juliet..i guess
Dichotomous means to have a relationship between two opposite concepts. In this instance it sounds like you are having a relationship that is in between love and loss, so you are either going back and forth between the two, or both are involved in your relationship.
the relationship between Tommo and Charlie is that they are brothers Who act like best friends
Ireland is an independent sovereign country just like France, Brazil or the USA. Also, Great Britain refers to a specific island, which contains England, Scotland and Wales. Ireland is a separate island.
Ireland is an island, so you only have the options of sea and air. Depending on where you are, will depend on what way you would get to Ireland. For most parts of the world, getting to Ireland involves flying, maybe taking several flights. For some of the countries that are closer to Ireland, like Wales or England or France, there is the option of ferries.
What are the difference's between professional and personal relationship with teachers in primary school?
Professional relationship is when they act like a teacher. Personal relationship is when they act like your friend or your mother or your girlfriend.
Is there fighting in Dublin with the catholices and prodestant these days i have been offerd a job there and don't want to go if it still like that?
It is not like that in Dublin and it never was like that. A common misconception is that there are problems all over Ireland between Catholics and Protestants. It is only in Northern Ireland that this happened, and although there are still some problems there, it is perfectly safe to even go there. So you need have no worries about coming to Dublin in terms of problems between Catholic and Protestants. It is not like… Read More
Firstly, Northern Ireland uses the British Pound Sterlingwhilst the Republic of Ireland uses the Euro. Secondly, Northern Ireland is under the rule of the Monarch in England (currently Queen Elizabeth II) whilst the Republic has a president. Also, on maps there is a clear divide between both the Republic and Northern Ireland. Of course, there are several more pieces of evidence of this partition, such as visible things like road signs looking different.
I think it has a good relationship i need more detale