That British person with the straight nose speaks in a nasal voice.
Apparently, this English person hasn't tried ume vinegar before.
I got a friend request from some English person I don't know.
You've probably seen 英国 for "England" already. This is just another version I wanted to make sure you knew about. Not kanji, sure, but it's a little more common than 英国 so I wanted to make sure you got it here. To stay with the spirit of "learning kanji" though, we've added 人 to the end. I bet you can guess the meaning of this already. English + Person = English Person or British Person.
The first part's reading is just in katakana. The second part is the じん from 人.