Η Αγγλία είναι η πόλη μου
Η Αγγλία είναι (μία) χώρα. ;)
That, my friend, is indeed a very good question for 2019. :)
Is there sound N pronounced? Is it usual for double γ?
Yes, γγ γκ in the word (and not at the beggining), are pronounced (in most words) as ng.
Well, double consonants like γγ, λλ, σσ etc. cannot be in the beginning of a word, troll! ;) Therefore llama = λάμα.
For anyone interested in syllable breaking rules, such pairs are always split. No exceptions - for a change!
Well, I was referring to γκ mostly, which is very common to be in the beggining of a word.
I know you were, I added my comment for clarity and a friendly meant nudge. :)
Strictly speaking not a sound "n" but a sound "ŋ" :)
The sound at the end of the English word "thing", not at the end of "thin".
Even more strictly ng (in thing) + g (in go)
True. It's like the ng in finger, not like the ng in singer.
... they asked, once the quarterfinals of the World Cup started. "Η Αγγλία δεν είναι εδώ. Τι περίμενες;"