English is a country right? Why when I search "list of counties" England, Scotland and Wales is not on it?
It just shows UK.
- babyboomer1001Lv 77 months ago
So it gives you all of the UK. What's your issue. You got your answer, along with neighboring answers. Can't you just ignore what you don't need?
- LudwigLv 78 months ago
Yes. This has bothered the anal retentive and autistic users of this site for years.
- lenpol7Lv 78 months ago
'English is an adjective, not a country.
The kingdoms of England, Scotland, Northern Ireland (formerly the whole of Ireland), and the principality of Wales form the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
- sunshine_melLv 78 months ago
English is a language.
England is a country.
England is not a county.
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- MercuryLv 78 months ago
They are part of the UK. English is what people speak,
- CatherineLv 68 months ago
No English is a language.
- LukeLv 78 months ago
England is a state. The UK has 4 states.
- MaxiLv 78 months ago
"English" is a language, England is one country on the island of Britain the others being Scotland and Wales and together with Northern Ireland makes up the UK.
No idea where you are looking up country lists or who produced them, however if it is American written, most Americans don't realise that England is any different to Britain or any different to the UK
- jimanddottaylorLv 78 months ago
English is a language that is spoken in many places including England. England is one of 3 countries in the United Kingdom which is England, Scotland, and Wales.
If your source does not list England as a country, then think of it as the Holy Trinity. God , Jesus, and the Holy Spirit are 3 and yet they are 1.
- CliveLv 78 months ago
No, English is a language. England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are not sovereign independent countries that govern themselves, only the UK is, so you will only find the UK on any list of sovereign countries.