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It started in 1500's when the spanish arrived. Before the Spanish, Mexico had it's own religion and native languages then the spanish came bringing their Christianity with them. Spanish language gradually started to spread around Mexico nearly taking out their official language. They're still very few Mexicans that speak their official language but only 6% or less of the population today.
Other languages have become familiar to some indigenous Mexican words. Such as the English Language we use the words chocolate, avocado, coyote and etc that belong to the Nahuatl Origin. ANGUAGE EXICAN OOD F The Mayan Indians were one of Mexico's earliest influences with food, who were traditionally nomadic hunters and gatherers. They fed each other animals like iguanas, armadillos, deer, etc. and several other different insects, until today very few of those influences still remain.
When the Spanish invaded in the 16th Century their food became suddenly important to Mexican Food for introducing new live stock such as cows, sheep's and pigs.
Mexico started to gain a wider variety of foods such as baked foods into the region from French influences. They said French cooking techniques along with Mexican ingredients were an excellent combination.
Mexican cuisine is a mixture of many influences. There are different varies of food that are popular for regions of Mexico, such as Northern Mexico is famous for its beef and their meat dishes, whereas southeastern Mexico is popular for its spicy vegetable and chicken based meals. On the other hand, in the states of Mexico which border the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico,
seafood is commonly prepared. DUCATION EOGRAPHY G Mexico is covered by two different deserts in the nothernmost portion. One of the desserts, which is the largest is called the Chihuahuan Desert and it covers approximately 453,000 sq km. The other desert is named Sonoran Desert, it covers 221,000 sq km
Mexico has a varied configuration made up of mountains with high altitudes, deserts, high plateaus and low coastal fields.
Mexico is mainly Tropical or Desert but has a variable climate. The capital, Mexico City, has its lowest in January at 5.8˚C and its highest average temperature in April at 26˚C & C LIMATE CONOMY E According to the World Bank the Mexican Economy is the 13th largest in the world and the 11th by acquiring the power parity.
Facing a challenging global economic environment, the Mexican economy has shown a considerate stage of resilience. The effect of the policies were advised to support open markets and encourage active private sectors that has increased. Investment flows, although growth remains slow. Though Improvement is continuing in many areas that are related to the economic freedom.
As Mexico has been moving slowly in promoting the rule of law and enhancing the legal framework. The property rights are not strongly sealed, and the Judicial system continues at risk to political interference. Corruption further destroys long term institutional competitiveness. Recent years, the progress has been minor but the reorganized agenda addressing these faults has been broad. L E Country's Score Over Time Country Comparisons M Mexico About 7 to 10 children acquire to be in Kindergarten. Preschool is an important part of Mexico's education, even though preschool is not compulsory. 83% of five year olds attend preschool. Government offers Children under the age of three to attend day care also named 'Guarderia'. 75% of students could be enrolled in Elementary Schools 30 years ago. The year 2000 there were 50% of students that were able to attend primary schools. There has been a decrease in demographic growth in Mexico, though Educational opportunities has increased at higher levels.
Two other modalities are for the people over 16, they could earn secondary education by attending secondary education for workers or for adults. For higher education institution there are six subsystems, which are the technological institutes, public universities, technological universities, teacher training colleges, private institutions, etc. Mexico roughly has 1,250 institutions when all counted.
For secondary education it is divided into two levels, the Upper class and the lower class. Secondary Education became compulsory ever since 1993. The Lower class is arranged in three grades and is offered in several different modalities, which are general telesecondary and technical. The children who attend this type of education are between the age 12 and 16 years who have completed elementary. The State Government now provides all the school education as the Federal and State used share the education