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Italy

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Transcript of Italy

Italy
Theme 1: Location
Milan, Italy
THeme 2: Place
Venice, Italy
theme 3: Human environmental interactions
Rome, Italy
THeme 4: Movement
Florence, Italy
THeme 5: REgion
Naples, Italy
The capital of Italy is
Italy's borders
France
Switzerland
Austria
Slovenia
Adriatic sea
Mediterranean sea
Ionian sea
Physical Features
Food
SPorts
Climate
Agriculture
NAtural Resources
Ways people need to adapt
Ways people affect the environment
Imports
Exports
Import and Export Partners
European Union
Fun facts
Population and GDP
Currency and language
School age expectancy, literacy rate and Gdp on education
Religion and nationality
Fast facts
Sicily, Italy
The end
Sardinia, Italy
Apennines mountains
Po river
Tiber river
Mont Blanc (or Monte Bianco)
Rome
San Marino
Vatican City
The population of Italy is
61,482,297
Italian
Yes - Si
No - No
Thank you - Grazie
Your welcome - Prego
Please - Per Favore
Hello - Ciao or Salve
Goodbye - Arrivederci or Ciao
I - Io
We - Noi
Breakfast is always light. It's usually coffee, cappuccino
or warm milk with a cornette,
which is a cream filled croissant or bread with jam or honey.
Breakfast:
Lunch and dinner:
Dinners are usually a heavier meal because not many people eat the main meal during the middle of the day anymore. The main meal is usually three courses. Pasta, Meat or Fish and Vegetables. Pizza in Italy is different then in the US. The crust is thinner and it is less rich. Margarita pizza is the most popular in Italy.
In the north pasta or rice are served with almost every meal. In the south pasta is dominant. Tomato sauce is called pomodoro and meat sauce is called ragu. The second course is usually a meat dish with roasted vegetables or salad. Popular meats are veal, beef or lamb. The traditional salad dressing is olive oil, vinegar, salt and pepper.
Kids in Italy play lots of different sports. Biking, horseback riding, skiing, tennis, boxing, fencing, swimming, track and field and bocce, which is similar to lawn bowling. The most popular sport is soccer or football.
The Italian national men's soccer team-who are ranked 9th in the world- are competing in this year's world cup in Brazil. They are in group D along with England (10th), Costa Rica (28th) and Uruguay (7th). They won their first game against England 2-1.
Language
The main language is Italian but there are small groups of German-, French-, Slovene-, Arabian-, and Greek-Italians.
Religion
80% of Italian people are Christians (Roman Catholics). There are also Muslim, Atheist and Agnotic groups.
Leisure and Vacation
Vacation:
During their free time, Italians like to go to the beach, the countryside, the movies, to dances or sporting events. In the evenings friends go on la paseggiatta or evening walks with friends.
For vacations Italian families don't usually leave the country. They will go to beaches or seaside resorts. They may also go on a "white week." They would go to the Dolomites mountains for skiing.
Leisure:
The climate is predominately mediterranean. It is mild in the south during the winter and cold and rainy in the rest of Italy and it's cool around Rome. During the summer it is hot and dry in the south. It is moderate everywhere else.
The main agricultural goods of Italy are:
Fruits (grapes)
Vegetables (potatoes, soybeans, olives, sugar beets, corn)
Beef
Fish
Dairy products
Grain (wheat, rice)
Olive oil
Some natural resources of Italy are:
Coal
Mercury
Zinc
Potash
Marble
Barite
Asbestos
Pumice
Feldspar
Pyrite
Natural gases
Crude oil reserves
Fish
Arable land
Fluorspar
People need to adapt to the environment in many ways, including:
Landslides
Mudflows
Avalanches
Earthquakes
Volcanic eruptions
Flooding
Tourism
Machinery
Chemicals
Air pollution
Acid rain
Polluted water
Sulfur dioxide
There is:
Engineering products
Chemicals
Transportation equipment
Energy products
Minerals
Textiles
Clothing
Food
Engineering products
Textiles
Clothing
Product machinery
Motor vehicles
Transportation equipment
Chemicals
Tobacco
Minerals
Nonferrous metals
Import partners:
Germany (15%)
France (8%)
China (8%)
Russia (6%)
Netherlands (6%)
Spain (5%)
Belgium (4%)
Export partners:
Germany (13%)
France (11%)
USA (9%)
Switzerland (6%)
UK (5%)
Spain (5%)
Spaghetti and meatballs is not a typical Italian meal.
Italy has 100's of different kinds cheeses, including mozzarella, parmesan and asiago.
Gianluigi Buffon, the goal keeper for the men's soccer team has 140 international caps. The most on the team. The 28th most in the world.
The team wears blue and white jersey's, instead of their national colors red, white and green.
USA vs. Italy 2012
Vanessa Ferrari
Current Event: World CUp 2014
Daniele De Rossi
Giorgio Chiellini
Mario Balotelli
Mattia De Sciglio
Leonardo Bonucci
Gianluigi Buffon
Andrea Barzagli
Lorenzo Insigne
Andrea Pirlo
Marco Parolo
Antonio Candreva
Italy is a very industrial country. They have a democratic government. The roman empire left a huge archaelogical, cultural and literary effect on the country. They helped to shape european philosophy, art and political thought.
Bibliography
"2014 FIFA World Cup™ - Italy - FIFA.com." FIFA.com. Web. 9 June 2014.
"5 Most Important Players for Italy at the World Cup." Bleacher Report. Web. 10 June 2014.
Alpine Skiing. Web. 13 June 2014.
"Basic Words in Italian." Basic Words in Italian. Web. 11 June 2014.
Beam. Perf. Vanessa Ferrari. Web. 13 June 2014.
Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency. Web. 9 June 2014.
Italian Music and Scenes. Web. 11 June 2014.
"Italy: Government." GlobalEDGE: Your Source for Global Business Knowledge. Web. 15 June 2014.
"Subscriber Area Only." CultureGrams Online Database:. Web. 9 June 2014.
US vs. Italy. Web. 12 June 2014.
World Atlas: Digital Mapping for the 21st Century. New York: DK, 2007. Print."2014 FIFA World Cup™ - Italy - FIFA.com." FIFA.com. Web. 9 June 2014.
"5 Most Important Players for Italy at the World Cup." Bleacher Report. Web. 10 June 2014.
Alpine Skiing. Web. 13 June 2014.
"Basic Words in Italian." Basic Words in Italian. Web. 11 June 2014.
Beam. Perf. Vanessa Ferrari. Web. 13 June 2014.
Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency. Web. 9 June 2014.
Italian Music and Scenes. Web. 11 June 2014.
"Italy: Government." GlobalEDGE: Your Source for Global Business Knowledge. Web. 15 June 2014.
"Subscriber Area Only." CultureGrams Online Database:. Web. 9 June 2014.
US vs. Italy. Web. 12 June 2014.
World Atlas: Digital Mapping for the 21st Century. New York: DK, 2007. Print.
Before changing to the euro Italy used Italian lira.
Lira
Euro
In the Italian flag the colors stand for:
Green- White- Red-
Hope Faith Charity
Skiing and snowboarding 2013
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