What kind of geographical characteristics does your country have? What are they called?
The country of Uruguay is mostly rolling plains and low hills. Most of the low-lying landscape is grassland which is great for cattle and sheep raising. The Río de la Plata (in Spanish Silver River) is the estuary formed by the combination of the Uruguay River and the Parana River. The Silver River is wide, shallow, and cloudy. It is the widest estuary in the world. It is a funnel-shaped bay on the coastline of South America and extends all the way to the Atlantic Ocean. It forms part of the border between Argentina and Uruguay. Uruguay’s capital Montevideo, also has many beaches. They include, Pocitos Beach, Ramirez Beach, Buceo Beach, and Malvin Beach. “Buceo Beach is among Montevideo's most picturesque, with calm waters and a pleasant marina lined small boats and yachts. Its tranquility makes it an option for families, while sports activities are common both on the sand and on the water; Buceo is known for its windsurfers. Adjacent to the beach is a bar and Montevideo's Oceanographic Museum.” Parque Rodo is Uruguay's top amusement park. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R%C3%ADo_de_la_Plata https://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Rio_de_la_Plata http://traveltips.usatoday.com/beaches-montevideo-uruguay-106354.html
What is a brief history of your country? How did the Spanish language get there? What other languages are spoken there besides Spanish (if any)?
Montevideo, which is Uruguay’s capital was founded in 1726 by the Spanish. Later, it was claimed by Argentina and then seized by Brazil in 1821. In 1825 Uruguay declared its independence, and after a three- year struggle fortified its freedom. In the 1900’s a statist tradition was established. Statist tradition is the belief that the state should control either economic or social policy, or both, to some degree. Later, people rebelled this tradition. In 1985 civilian rule was restored. Now,...
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