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Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Mexico - Summer learning Journey

hola mi nombre es Lucas y has clickeado en mi blog. Mexico has 119.5 M people in that state states are like different places in that country. Mexico, or the United Federation of Mexico, is a country in North America. It is located directly below (south of ) the United States of America. There are 14 national holidays a year in Mexico. Independence Day (the 'birth' of Mexico as its' own country) is celebrated on 16 September.Extremely varied. The northern part of the country is generally colder and drier while the south is quite warm and tropical. Hurricanes are common in the southern part of Mexico during the summer and fall (June to October). There are no official languages in Mexico, however, most people speak Spanish.Mestizo (People with a mixed cultural background of Indigenous Mexican and European), Indigenous, Other




4 comments:

  1. Hola, Lucas.
    My names is Rikki-Lee from Grey Main school.
    For my passion project I have been working on Mexico and I've been learning Spanish. Great job on all the facts. Maybe I could add them to my slideshow!
    Check out my blog and you'll be able to see things I have added to mine.

    Adios from Rikki-Lee!

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  2. Hello Lucas my name is Cohen, nice facts on mexico. good blog post

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  3. Hola Lucas,

    Wow, you have taught me so much I didn't know about Mexico. My favourite fact you shared was there is no official language in Mexico. How bizarre. In New Zealand, we have 3 official languages, te reo Maori, English, and sign language.

    Your introduction to your post in Spanish blew me away. Can you translate this for me? Have you learnt Spanish before?

    Have an amazing day,
    Megan from the Summer Learning Journey team

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  4. Malo e lelei Lucas,
    my name is Cia. I am a Summer Learning Journey blogger who will be working with you over the summer break.

    I learned so much about Mexico from your post Lucas, loved your introduction in español how thoughtful, I would love to know what it was you said. I had no idea Mexico didn’t have an official language, how curious. Perhaps next time you could include a place you’d like to go in Mexico if you were to visit one day.

    I love Mexican food and would love to try Carne Asada in Mexico if I ever visited, I’d also like to visit Tulum, because it looks so strikingly beautiful in pictures! Do you have any favourite Mexican foods?

    A good start to the Summer Learning Journey, I look forward to reading more of your posts!

    Toe feiloa’i fo’i ('See you again' in Samoan),

    Cia.

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