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state several reasons why England became such a powerful nation during the 16th & 17th centuries. I only got because of Elizabeth. She ruled England really well. She was a wise monarch.

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    Ships.

    Where did the ships go? What did they do? What lands came under English control?

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    the spanish armada entered england . The english attacked the huge spanish galleons by using gunnery and fire ships. The english eventually succeeded and defeated the spanish armada.. That's all I got please add to is and rephrase it, Id apprecate ur help

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    That's a good start.

    But what other lands did England settle or conquer in the 1500s and 1600s?

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    im not so sure but was it, france, spain,

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    The English defeated France and Spain in many battles.

    What did the English do when they sailed across the Atlantic Ocean?

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    they turned thier eyes toward North America, some to trade and set up colonies.

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    Yes!!

    What are the names of some of these North American colnies?

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    Virginia√Č

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    Elina -- what about Massachusetts (Plymouth Colony) and Canada???? Didn't the English settle the Maritime Provinces, Quebec, and Ontario?

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    several reasons why England became such a powerful nation during the 16th & 17th centuries was because of Elizabeths ships.the spanish armada entered england . The english attacked the huge spanish galleons by using gunnery and fire ships. The english eventually succeeded and defeated the spanish armada. The English defeated France and Spain in many battles. Then after they sailed across the atlantic ocean they turned thier eyes toward North America, some to trade and set up colonies. Some names of those colonies were Massachusetts (Plymouth Colony) and Canada . The english settled the Maritime prvinces, quebec, and Ontario.

    Ms Sue could u please make this shorter, I mean rephrase it if u can

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    I wouldn't make it any shorter. It's fine the way it is.

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