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Location: is in northern South America on the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans Capital: Bogota Geography: the nation is large and it has different climates and landforms People: most people are of mixed ancestry, others are European, African, or Native American Population: about 46 million Language: Spanish Government: a republic Products: include coffee, cut flowers, bananas, rice, tobacco, corn, sugarcane, cocoa beans, timber, shrimp gold, copper, coal, emeralds, cattle Plants: lianas, orchids, chinchona, giant bamboo Animals: mammals include anteaters, sloths, monkeys, deer, tapirs, bears and capybaras. Internet domain: .co History: the Muiscas and other Native Americas were in Colombia before the Spanish came in 1500; became free from Spain on August 7, 1819; in recent times has had problems with international drug dealers including Pablo Escobar
Location: in Central America on the Pacific Ocean Geography: has several small rivers and many volcanoes Capital: San Salvador Language: Spanish Government: a republic Population: more than seven million People: most of the people are part Spanish and part Native American Products: coffee, sugar, corn, rice, beans, cotton, beef, shrimp, milk Plants: trees include oaks, pines, coconuts, balsa and madrecacao; the national flower is called the izote Animals: include ducks, bluejays, herons and urracas Internet domain: sv History: The Pipil nation was in El Salvador before the Spanish came and defeated them in the 1500s; became completely independent in 1838
Location: is on the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans Geography: has lowlands along the oceans but many mountains and volcanoes in it interior, the climate varies from tropical to subtropical Capital: Tegucigalpa Language: Spanish Population: about 7.5 million People: most Hondurans are part Spanish and part Native American Government: a republic Products: include coffee, bananas, gold, silver, coal, shrimp and fish Plants: the national tree is the pine; the national flower is the Orchid (Brassavola Digbiana) Animals: include the white-tailed deer (odocoileus Virginianus), iguanas, white-faced monkeys and scarlet macaws Internet domain: .hn History: Mayas had a great civilization in Honduras; the Spanish came and defeated the Lenca Nation in the 1500s; became independent from Spain in 1821; in 1998 Hurricane Mitch caused much damage to buildings, bridges and crops
Location: North America Geography: has lowlands, mountains including volcanoes, deserts, tropical jungles Capital: Mexico City Language: Spanish People: 60% Amerindian, 30% Amerindian and European, 10% European Population: 107 million Government: a republic Products And Resources: corn, wheat, soybeans, rice, beans, cotton, coffee, fruit beef, iron, steel, petroleum, silver, copper, gold, natural gas, timber Plants: about 26,000 different species Animals: many unique mammals and amphibians
Internet domain:.mx History: had many Amerindian civilizations including Olmec, Aztec, Maya, Purapeche; Cortez conquered Aztecs in 1519; became free from Spain 1821; lost a war and much land to the U.S. in 1848; Benito Juarez began reforms in 1855 and defeated French invaders in 1867; Civil War in 1920; joined NAFTA in 1994
Location: Geography: Capital: Language: Population: almost six million People: most Nicaraguans are of mixed European and Native American or African ancestry Government: a republic Products: Plants: trees include pines, oaks, cedars, tamarinds, persimmons and mangos; the national tree is the madrono which has white flowers and grows thirty feet high; the national flower is the frangipani; other flowers are hibiscus, orchids and bougainvillea Animals: howler monkeys, tapirs, jaguars, anteaters, toucans, parrots, many butterflies, crocodiles Internet domain: .ni History: before the Spanish came in the 1500s; became independent from Spain on September 14, 1821; Violeta Barrios de Chamorro became the first woman President in Nicaragua and the North American continent in 1990
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Study the examples of essays then you can write more essays that are your own. This way you will learn to write English compositions.
Estudien los ejemplos de ensayos (redacciones) entonces puenden escribir mas ensayos que son los suyos. Por este modo van a aprender como escribir composiciones inglesas.
Alabama has a population of about 4,500,000. Helen Keller was a famous woman from Alabama. The capital is Montgomery. The state insect is the Monarch butterfly. Alabama became a state in 1819.
Alabama tiene una poblacion de casi 4.500.000. Helen Keller fue una mujer famosa de Alabama. Su capital es Montgomery. El insecto estatal es la mariposa Monarquia.
More facts: largest city is Birmingham; fought for the Confederate States of America during the Civil War; is on the Gulf of Mexico; state tree is the Southern pine leaf; produces a lot of cotton, peanuts, soybeans and chickens
Mas datos: ciudad mas grande es Birmingham; lucho para los Estados Confederados de America durante la Guerra Civil, esta en el Golfo de Mexico; arbol estatal es la pina de hojas del Sur; produce muchismo de algodon, cacahuetes y pollos
This is about Alaska. Its capital is Juneau. The population is almost 627,000. It is a large state near the north pole. It has many mountains, lakes and rivers. It became a state in 1959.
Esto es sobre Alaska. Su capital es Juneau. La poblacion es casi 627,000. Es un estado grande cercano el polo del norte. Tiene muchas montanas, lago y rios. Se hizo un estado en 1959.
More facts: state bird: willow ptarmigan, highest mountain: Mt. McKinley, nickname: The Last Frontier; Russia owned Alaska until 1867
Mas datos: pajaro estatal: willow ptarmigan, montana mas alta: Mt. McKinley, apodo: La Ultima Frontera; Rusia poseo Alaska hasta 1867
capital: Phoenix, population: 5,200,000; has many deserts and Native American reservations; also has the Grand Canyon; became a state in 1912; the U.S. bought the area from Mexico in 1853
capital: Phoenix; poblacion: 5.200.000; tiene muchos desiertos y reservas amerindias; tiene tambien la Barranca Grande; se hizo un estado en 1912
capital: Litle Rock, population: 2,700,000, has the Ozark Mountains with many forests and rivers, became a state in 1836, President Bill Clinton was born in the town called Hope; the U.S. bought the area from France in 1803
capital: Sacramento, is on the Pacific Ocean, has many mountains and fertile valleys, the largest city is Los Angeles, population: about 34,000,000; produces a lot of fruits including oranges as well as vegetables; there are many oil wells and mines; other industries are the production of movies and electronic parts; man tourists visit; nickname: The Golden State; state flower: the poppy; state tree: the Redwood; state bird: the California valley quail; state mammal: the Grizzly bear; it was captured from Mexico in 1846
capital and largest city: Denver; state flower: the Rocky Mountain Columbine; became a state in 1876; population: almost 4,400,000 including many Hispanic Americans; has many moutains, three main rivers and is beautiful; many tourists ski in Colorado; Spanish explorer Coronado probably came to the area from Mexico in 1541; the U.S. bought the area from France in 1803
capital: Dover; largest city: Wilmington; became a state in 1787; was the first state; is on the Atlantic Ocean; population: almost 800,000; state bird: blue hen chicken; state flower: the peach blossom; state tree: the American holly
capital: Tallahassee; population: about 16 million; has many Cuban Americans; metropolitan Miami has almost 5.5 million people; tourist attractions include Disney World and Epcot Center; Ponce de Leon explored the state in 1513; became a state in 1845; the climate is semi-tropical; Suwanee River is the state song; was owned by Spain before 1845
capital: Atlanta, population: about 8,200,000; has many migrants from Mexico; President Jimmy Carter was born in the town called Plains; it produces a lot of cotton, peanuts, corn and chickens; fought for the Confederate States of America during the Civil War; it is on the Atlantic Ocean
capital and largest city: Honolulu; population: 1,300,000; is a group of islands in the Pacific Ocean; has some volcanoes; state bird: the Nene; produces a lot of tropical fruits; has a lot of tourists; became a state in 1959
Capital: Boise; became a state in 1890; has many mines; has a lot of science and technology business; produces a lot of potatoes and wheat; population: about 1,300,000; has many mountains and beautiful rivers; state tree: the Western white pine; state flower: the syringa; state bird: the Mountain bluebird; state fish: the cutthroat trout
capital: Springfield; largest city: Chicago; population: about 12,500,000; became a state in December 3, 1818; Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan lived in Illinois; nickname is The Prairie State; state insect: Monarch butterfly; state bird: the Cardinal; state mammal: the White-tailed deer; state tree: the White Oak; state fish: the Blue gill; was part of France until 1763 and then part of Britain
capital: Indianapolis; population: about 6,100,000; has many mines and factories; produces a lot of corn, wheat and soybeans; became a state in 1816; state bird: the Cardinal; state tree: the tulip tree; state flower: the peony; was part of France and later Britain
population: about 3 million; capital: Des Moines; became a state in 1846; U.S. President Hoover was born in Iowa; produces a lot of corn, soybeans and hogs; state abbreviation: IA; state tree: the oak; state flower: the wild rose; was owned by France before 1803
capital: Topeka; population: 2.7 million; it produces a lot of wheat, cars and airplanes; nickname: The Sunflower State; famous female pilot Amelia Earhart came from Kansas; state song: Home On The Range; the Spaniard Coronado came from Mexico and explored the area in 1541; became a state in 1861
capital: Frankfurt; largest city: Louisville; produces a lot of tobacco and corn; population: bout 2.7 million; state wild animal: the Gray squirrel; state bird: the Cardinal; state tree: the Tulip tree; state gem: the river pearl; it has a lot of coal mines; it makes a lot of cars and whiskey
capital: Baton Rouge; population: about 4,500,000; became a state in 1812; produces a lot of rice, cotton and soybeans; is on the Gulf of Mexico; is sometimes hit by hurricanes; fought for the Confederate States of America during the Civil War; largest city is New Orleans; was part of France before 1803; many people in Louisiana speak both French and English