More notes for curious people; The word "Sasana = England" comes from "an tSacsain = Saxony", which is a region in Germany.
Also, because I don't want people to be left out, "an Bhreatain Bheag = Wales" (lit. 'Little Britian"!), "Alba = Scotland", "an tOileán Mhanann = The Isle of Mann" agus "an Bhriotáin = Britany".
Passive was in the previous prerequisite "line" to learn, along with People and Language, before progressing here to Travel and Numbers. So yes, while the word "labraítear" wasn't among the example words used, passive has indeed just recently been introduced at this point in the tree.