WATCH NOW! Your questions about Scotland answered!

Say hello to my cousins Evie, Jasmin and Hariot. They’ve answered your questions about Scotland! They live in Edinburgh, which is the capital of Scotland. Here is Edinburgh on a map of the United Kingdom.




Scotland is in the NORTH of the UK. Press play on the video below!







If you want to ask them MORE questions, they will reply to your new comments!



Scotland Non-Fiction Comprehension





Please write your answers and send them to



1. What was Robert Burns famous for? (retrieve)


2. When is the song Auld Lang Syne sang? (retrieve)


3. Why do you think Robert Burns only wrote poems about things that were important to him? (interpret)


4. Fix my sentence in blue. (retrieve)

Neeps are potatoes and tatties are turnips.


5. Would you like to try the dessert dish? Explain why. (interpret)


6. What do men wear after the meal while singing his poems? (retrieve)


7. If you met a Scottish person and asked them if Robert Burns is a better poet than William Shakespeare, what might they tell you? (interpret – and use the word because)




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  • Vihansa says:

    Good morning Mr Morgan,
    It was a nice video. Thank you posting.

    • Mr Morgan says:

      Now you can watch the interview! Ask Evie, Jasmin and Hariot another question if you’d like!

      • Vihansa says:

        Hi Evie, Jasmin and Hariot, Thank you very much for all the information.
        1. Have one of you ever been to the art festival held in Edinburgh every year?
        2. what does it look like?
        3. Do people from different parts of the world participate the festival?
        4. Can you participate at the festival?

        • Evie says:

          Hi there!
          1. Yes we have all been several times, Evie (me) has worked there for the past two years handing out flyers for certain shows!
          2. It is very big spread across the city, there’s lots and lots of people, people dressed in costume, with many street acts promoting their show or busking, doing crazy tricks and stunts.
          3. Yes, all over! many people work towards it all year, and go to similar festivals held in Australia and other parts of the world.
          4. Anyone can participate! It requires some hard work to get a venue, sell tickets and find a place to stay. But with fund-raising and organisation, many people do it and come back year after year.
          Hope this helps!

          • Vihansa says:

            Hi Evie,
            Wow.. it sounds very beautiful. I love to visit it. Thank you so much for the answers for my questions.

      • Vihansa says:

        Hi Evie, Jasmin and Hariot,
        what are the Surnames originally from Scotland??

        • Evie says:

          Our surname is Currie, which originates from Scotland. There is a lot that start with “Mac” or “Mc” such as MacArthur, MacGowan, MacKenzie, Macintosh, Macleod, MacPherson, McKellar, McMillan, McRae. Other common ones are Scott, Stewart, Murray, Gordon, Armstrong, Campbell. Hope this helps! .

  • Saule says:

    Hello Mr. Morgan,
    I really really like that video 😉 😉

  • Safiyyah says:

    Hello Mr Morgan,

    Thank you for the video.I really liked the it and Scotland looks very beautiful.

  • Miss Essor says:

    I’m looking forward to the interview! Scotland looks like a wonderful place to visit!

    I can already think of many ways it is different from England.

  • Hi Mr Morgan.
    I already send my dad to the shops to buy Irenbru, i was very curios how it taste like.
    I tastes very yummy.

  • Saule says:

    Thank you for all the information 😉

    • Miss Essor says:

      Oh I’m looking forward to reading your answers for this comprehension task.

      Robert burns wrote one of my favourite poems, ‘A red, red rose.”

  • kianosh says:

    thank you for the video

  • Melina Ada says:

    Hi Mr Morgan,
    The video was lovely. Thank you!????

  • Hi Mr Morgan, What is your favourite poem.

    • Mr Morgan says:

      On the Ning Nang Nong

      By Spike Milligan

      I loved it as a child. Can you answer Ms Essor’s question about the Irn Bru by replying above? I want to know as well!

  • Melina Ada says:

    Hi Mr Morgan,
    I have one of Robert Burn’s poem called ”O, My luve is like a red, red rose”?

    O, my luve is like a red, red rose,
    That’s newly sprung in June:
    O, my luve is like the melodie
    That’s sweetly played in tune.

    • Mr Morgan says:

      That’s a gorgeous poem! I’m giving extra merits to you for sharing this poem, and to Aaron for replying to Ms Essor’s question.

      They will be added to next week’s total!

  • Dila says:

    Hello Mr Morgan,
    I really enjoyed watching this video.

  • Asabea says:

    very nice music

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