The answer is d) Irish Sea
the answer is English Channel
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The correct answer is B. The body of water that borders England to the east and northeast is the North Sea.
The North Sea is an epicontinental sea of north-western Europe, located between Great Britain and Scandinavia, on the European continental shelf. It has a length of 970 km and a width of 560 km, and covers an area of 570,000 km². A considerable part of the river basins of the European Union rivers channel their waters towards this sea. The North Sea communicates with the Atlantic Ocean through the Calais Pass, (also called the Strait of Dover), and the English Channel to the south, and across the Norwegian Sea to the north.
The English Channel is south and the Irish sea is to the west. You know it's not a river because England is an island.