I am going to talk about some of the features of Scotland. I will be talking about the weather, our money, the castles, the bagpipes and our accents. Why am I going to talk about these features? Because I think that these are the most important to me!
Nothing beats the weather in Scotland – the rain falling in the lovely springtime and in the summer the sun glistening on the road. In the winter you can stay in all cosy in your house because of the bad weather, but maybe in the summer you can stay out because it’s warmer than usual. Scotland’s weather it’s not always sunny like in other countries like Spain, sometimes we want rain or hail. Most people would have a garden competition near the end of May to the start of September to show off the great things they have grown thanks to the Scottish rain.
As we know Scotland’s money isn’t the same as any other country. If you want to spend and see the money, come to Scotland. If you’re abroad you can see the money at a gallery the new and old coins of Scotland’s money. Come now!
The most visited castle in Scotland is Edinburgh Castle. It was viewed by 3,300 people in one whole day! Stirling Castle is the highest castle in Scotland and sits on volcanic rocks visible from every direction.
Also our accents are different and stronger! They’re more slang than other countries like England or Ireland. We pronounce our words more different to other countries and we talk differently than others as well.
The last big thing I can talk about is the bagpipes! They’re a good instrument to learn, good entertainment and enjoyable to listen to. The reason why I like them is because when you see people playing the bagpipes you always see them wearing kilts. I find this very exciting because I pay more attention to the sounds when they’re wearing kilts. I don’t know why, but it makes it sound very exciting!