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how did england become a dominant maritime power during 16th & 17th centuries.
Could u please explain this more claerly

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    Do you know what "maritime" means?

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    deep sea, or concerning with the sea

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    Right.

    You got a good start on answering this question in one of your other posts.

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    England became a dominant maritime power during 16th & 17th centuries by ... Elizabeth herself

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    Did the Queen go out sailing on the high seas????

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    no, her sea dogs did I think. Her sea captins Francis Drake, John Hawkins and the other sea dogs did

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    Right.

    The English fleet was very powerful under the "sea dogs" and pretty much ruled the ocean.

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    So could you please rephrase all of this to fit it in my answer

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    Your turn. :-)

    I'll be glad to comment on your answer.

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    England became a dominant maritime power during 16th & 17th centuries by Elizabeth├Ęs Engish fleet who were very powerful under sea dogs and who bascially ruled the ocean. please add to it

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    Which fleet did the English fleet defeat? Which country owned this fleet?

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    spanish, spain I think

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    Right. The English defeated the Spanish fleet, called the Spanish Armada.

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    England became a dominant maritime power during 16th & 17th centuries by Elizabeth├Ęs Engish fleet who were very powerful under sea dogs and who bascially ruled the ocean. the english defeated the spanish fleet, called the spanish armada. Is this a good answer Ms Sue

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    Yes, Elina, it's a good answer.

    You've worked hard this evening and seem to have learned a lot. :-)

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    thanx Ms Sue I got to learn alot with ur help. I wish u were my teacher in life, then I'd never have trouble.

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