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  • 1. America Multicultural english
  • 2. General information about the continent
    • Area: 42,549,000 km2
    • Inhabitants: 940.000.000
    • Density: 21/km2
    • Countries: 35
    • Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Quechua, Haitian….
    • It covers an 8.3 % of the earth’s total surface area
    • It contains about 15% of the total population in the world
    • The most populated city is Mexico, followed by New york 
    • An 89% of the people consider themselves as christians
  • 3.  
  • 4. South America
    • Area: 17.840.000 km2
    • Population: 385.742.554
    • Density: 21.4/km2
    • Countries: 12
    • Languages: the most important is spanish
    • The most populated city is Mexico
    • Mexico Cuba
  • 5.  
  • 6. Argentina
    • Area: 2.766.890 km2
    • Language: Spanish
    • Ethnic groups: 86.4% european / 8.5% mestizo / 3.1% arab / 1.6% amerindian / 0.4% asian and others
    • GDP: total: 632.223 $ / per capita: 15,603 $
    • Anthem: “himno nacional argentino”
    • Capital: Buenos Aires:
    • Area: 203 km2
    • Population: 12.801.364
    • Density: 2.690.6/km2
    • Most popular thing: Tango (dance)
    • Buenos Aires and it’s flag
  • 7. The caribbean islands
    • There are a lot of  islands in America but I’ll explain the most important. In the middle of the continent there are different islands: Jamaica , Haiti, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico the Commonwealth of the Bahamas…..  I’ll explain more Cuba and the Commonwealth of the Bahammas .  
  • 8. The commonwealth of the Bahamas
    • There are 29 islands and 2.387 islets
    • 600 of them are uninhabitated
    • Official language: english
    • Capital: Nassau (241.207 inhabitants)
    • Ethnic groups: 85% african / 13% european / 2%asians
    • Goverment: Parlamentary democracy
    • Currency: Dollar
    • Religion: Christianity is the most important
  • 9. North America
    • Area: 24.709.000 km2
    • Inhabitants: 520.000.000
    • Density: 22.9/km2
    • Countries: 23
    • Languages: Engish, Spanish, French…
    • The most populated city is New york with almost 25.000.000 people followed by Los Angeles with almost 20 milion
    • New York Los Angeles
  • 10.  
  • 11. United States of America
    • Area: 9.826.675 km2
    • Inhabitants: 310.756.210
    • Density: 34.72/km2
    • Language: It has no official language but the national language is english
    • GDP: 46.381
    • Currency: United States Dollar (USD) ($)
    • It’s economy is the world’s largest national economy and it’s a capitalist mixed economy
    • States: 50
    • Capital: Washington D.C
    • Largest city: New York City
    • Government: Federal presidential constitutional republic
    • President: Barack Obama
    • Vice president: Joe Biden
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    • The independence from the United kingdom was declared on july 4, 1776
    • It’s one of the most ethnically diverse and multicultural nations
    • The ecology is so diverse
    • It has no official religion
    • Anthem: star-spangled banner
    • Typical things:
  • 13.  
  • 14. California
    • It’s a state located on the west coast of the United States
    • Area: 163.696 km2
    • Inhabitants: 38.000.000
    • Density: 234.4/km2
    • Governor: Gerry Brown
    • Capital: Sacramento
    • Most populated city: Los Angeles
    • It’s nicknamed “the golden state”
    • It’s divided in North and South california
  • 15. Canada
    • Capital: Ottawa
    • Largest city: Toronto
    • Official languages: English and French
    • Currency: Canadian Dollar
    • Government: Federal parliamentary democracy and constitucional monarchy.
    • Monarch: Elizabeth II
    • Governor general: David Loyd Johnston
    • Prime Minister: Stephen Harper
    • Area: 9.984.670 km
    • Population: 2011 estimate 34,392,000
    • Religion: 77.1% of Canadians identify as being Christians; of this,Catholics (43.6% of Canadians)
    • The largest Protestant denomination is the United Chruch of Canada (9.5% of Canadians), / Anglicans (6.8%) / 6.3% non-Christian religions, the largest of them is Islam (2.0%), followed by Judaism (1.1%).
    • Sports: Hockey and skii
    • The name Canada comes from a St. Lawrance Iroquoian word, kanata , meaning "village" or "settlement".
  • 16. Alaska
    • Spoken languages: English 89.7% / Native North American 5.2% / Spanish 2.9%
    • Capital: Juneau
    • Biggest city: Anchorage
    • Inhabbitants: 710.231
    • Density: 1,09 hab/km²
    • GDP: $44.9 billions
    • Economy: based in oil, gas and agriculture
    • The regions: Southcentral, Southeast or panhandle, interior, Southwest, Artic or Nord slope
    • Governator: Sean Parnell
    • Senators: Mark Begich / Lisa Murkowski
    • Religion: Cristians - 69.0% ( protestants 47%, catholics 14 %, ortodoxs 13%, mormons 4%...)
    • State Motto: North to the Future
    • Nicknames: "The Last Frontier" or "Land of the Midnight Sun" or "Seward's Icebox"
    • Alaska's popular annual event: Iditarol trail sled dog race
    • Climate: oceanic climate
    • History: Alaska natives / Colonization / U.S territory / Statehood
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    • Made by:
    • Pablo Cariño
    • Marina Flores
    • Andrea Santiño
    • Carla Nobau
    • Lledó Alfageme