How are you in Argentina?
Fine, thank you. Our neutral statistics bureau, the INDEC, just said we have only 1.6% poverty. Franciela Pedroso
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Argentina is located on the continent of South America, to the eastof Chile.
It depends on where you are going. You have Valleys and Puna in the north, you have beach all along the coast, you have mountains in the east and you have Patagonia on the sou…th where you have woods and lakes. You can also go to the Perito Moreno Glaciere the south of the Patagonia. If you are not an outdoor person you can go to Buenos Aires or Rosario where have big cities. So you can hike, ski, sunbathe on the beach. It all depends on what you want to do....
If you are asking about tourism you have lots of possibilities. In Buenos Aires there's a lot of historical places, good restaurants, many cultural events. Some other good cho…ices are Humauaca in Jujuy, the Iguazu Falls, the Train of the Clouds in Salta, Ushuaia (with wales! and penguins!), Bariloche just to name a few. . En Argentina podÃ©s hacer de todo solo tenes que ir.
Given the fact that Spanish is the official of Argentina, the answer would be, "Hola...como estas?", which is the informal conjugation. This holds true if you are addressing a… single person with the same social status and same relative age as your self. Otherwise, when addressing a group of people, as in "them", it would be "Hola...como estan?" Or, if addressing someone with a higher status than yourself or an elder, use "Hola...como esta?", which is the formal conjugation to show the necessary respect.
A lot of Cow meat, some scientists and a lot of Football players. Our biggest export in these past 5 to 7 years was Soy beans, and un-processed Soy which we exported a lot to …China. But what you get it depends where are you from.
Argentina declared it's independence from Spain in 1816, so there is over 200 years now. Many people think Independence day was in 1810, because in that year it was establis…hed the first patriot government, but it wasn't until July 1816 that Argentina declared the intependence fron Spain. By the way, the name "Argentina" was first used in 1818. Until then the country was known as "Provincias Unidas del Rio de la Plata".
The Spanish came to enslave the native population. Other immigrantswere Italian, German and has Arabs, Eastern Europeans, Russians aswell as Latin America's largest Jewish pop…ulation and largestpopulation of Irish descendants.
You can't drive to Argentina. The Darien Gap in Panama isimpassible. Beyond that is Columbia which is very unsafe to drive.Kidnappings and robberies are the norm. You can driv…e to Panama andhave your car or motorcyle to Peru and continue your trip fromthere. It is as you can imagine expensive. Gas is also leaded inSouth America and your car/cycle would have to be modfied. Sodriving and for that matter walking, biking, skateboarding, etc. isout. You can take a boat to Argentina. There are a couple of options.There are cruise ships that leave the USA and other ports and makestops in Buenos Aires. Not many but there are a few. You presumablywould disembark in Argentina. There are tons of great cruisesstarting in Buenos Aires that go around the bottom of South Americaand cruise for 10-14 days to Santiago Chile. But I digress. Youcould book a room on a freighter. Many carry passengers. They arepricey and you eat with the crew but it is an adventure and youwill...eventually get there. So that leaves the obvious...fly by plane. Direct flights arecheapest from Miami. New York and DFW also have a lot of flights.National carriers (Lan, TAM, Avianca, etc. tend to be cheaper butare rarely direct. You usually have to stop in Santiago, Sao Paulo,Bogata, etc. and switch planes). It can add as much as a day toyour travels. Aerolineas (Argentine national airlines) and Americanare you best direct bets. It is possible to drive to Argentina from anywherein South America.
Argentum means silver in latin. During spanish colonialism, XVI century, it was believed there was a huge amount of this metal in it.
Como estas? Como andas? Todo bien?
In Argentina, the national language is Spanish, although English is spoken by many people, especially in tourist areas. Therefore, 'hello' is Â¡HÃ³la!, and 'how are you' i…s Â¿cÃ³mo estÃ¡s? If nothing else, you can always rely on your English to survive.
To be honest, Spanish is the official language. There are some ways to say different things, yes, but the right way to say "How are you?" in Spanish is "Â¿CÃ³mo estÃ¡ us…ted?", which being formal when talking to adults and teachers, where if you said it to a friend or someone of the same age, you'd say: "Â¿CÃ³mo estÃ¡s tÃº?". Slang wise, in Puerto Rico or the Dominican Republic, we would say: "Como tu 'ta?" or "Como 'tas?". This is "slang". Another way to say it is: "Â¿CÃ³mo te va?", meaning what's going on? or what's up?
Argentina is a federal republic located in southeastern South America.