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LATIN AMERICA

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Transcript of LATIN AMERICA

LATIN AMERICA
By Namae Romero, Carla Valdebenito and Montserrat Sánchez.
TOURIST
ATTRACTIONS
Machu Picchu, Peru
Uyuni Salt Flats, Bolivia
Iguazu Falls,
between Brazil and Argentina
Green Lagoon, Bolivia
Easter Island, Chile
Religion
CHRISTIANS
(90%)
Arts
Education
Educational coverage
CULTURE
Roman Catholics.
Protestants.
Anglicans.

INDIGENOUS CREEDS
OTHER WORLD RELIGIONS
Jews, Muslims, Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses, etc
Ekeko (Tiwanakan)
Latin American Boom
Folklore
Surrealism
Preschool age children (4-5)
Primary school age children (6-12)
People between 13-17
Tertiary education (18-25)
30 %
Almost universal
80% 66%
70%

Economy
Politics
Ethnic groups
Latin American Population
600 million people
English in the Area
<< I believe that the West, and perhaps the planet, will be bilingual: Spanish and English, which complement each other, will be the common tongue of humanity >> Jorge Luis Borges


Mother Tongues: Spanish & Portuguese.
Most important second language: English.

64%
24%
How do they learn English?
Pacific Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Most of the countries possess unitaries states.
Just one of them is a commonwealth.
Chile
Cuba
Puerto Rico
Uruguay
Peru and Bolivia are the countries with most of the ethnic people in Latin America.
Stability

Territorial
Conflicts
Nicaragua-Puerto Rico
Honduras-Nicaragua
Peru- Chile
Chile-Bolivia
Colombia-Nicaragua
Literacy
Andes Mountains
Amazon River
Atacama Desert
Patagonia
Climates
Rio de la Plata
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