Does Chile come from Chile?
Well I'm a chilean, and as far as I know we can grow our own chiles in our garden if we want, but chiles are not native from my country.
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Chile is located in South America. From Wikipedia: "The Republic of Chile is a country in South America occupying along, narrow coastal strip between the Andes mountains to the eastand the Pacific Ocean to the west. It borders Peru to the north,Bolivia to the northeast, Argentina to the east, and t…he DrakePassage in the far south. With Ecuador, it is one of two countriesin South America which do not border Brazil. The Pacific coastlineof Chile is 6,435 kilometres (4000 mi). Chilean territory includesthe Pacific islands of Juan Fernandez, Salas y Gamez,Desventuradas, and Easter Island. Chile also claims about 1,250,000square kilometres (480,000 sq mi) of Antarctica, although allclaims are suspended under the Antarctic Treaty." ( Full Answer )
Chile has a very diverse landscape. It's a Spanish speaking country and it's known as the country of poets. Chile is very fun and there's lot of things to do there, but one environmental problem is there is too much deforestation, cutting down trees and forests.
Chile's most popular export is copper; however, non-mineral exports have been making up a good percentage of the exports. Some of the non-mineral exports are forestry, wood products, fresh food, seafood and other products..
I taught in Chile for 2 two and a half years. There was a poster in the school I taught in that said the name "Chile" came from a Quechua word meaning "cold". Kind of funny, like our word "chilly." That's why I've always remembered that.
Christianity is the main religion in Chile. Most Chileans are RomanCatholic. The remaining are either Protestant, Evangelical orAgnostic.
this is not a reasonable question? accually, and suprisingly, they do. I'm doing a report on Chile, so i even looked this question up, and they have a certain day they celebrate it on. which is June 12. Puerto De Rieno, is what they call it. In 1973, David Honier, or in Spanish, Dinvan Juper, was t…he one who discovered a mystery island who no person ever new about. that island is so small.... you can even see it on an map! that's all i know! :-) bye ( Full Answer )
Some landforms in Chile are the Andes Mountains, Atacama Desert, Altiplano, Easter Island Stone Heads.
Chile is a huge exporter of wines. The Chilean people pride themselves on having some of the most fertile and proficient weather for growing some of the worlds finest wine grapes.
There is a possible chance that chillies comes from Chile among other places that also produces chillies
I'm not sure if this is correct, although i suppose it is http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=chile+rainbow urbandictionairys definition of the term "Chile Rainbow" I hope this helped
One Answer CHILE IS A FRUIT!!! Another Answer Chile is a country in South America. Chili peppers are the fruit of the chili pepper plant of which there are hundreds of varieties. Think of 'Vegetable' as more of a culinary terminology, not scientific. From a scientific standpoint, 'Fruit' is a …reproductive part of the plant. From a culinary perspective, sweetness is inferred. Many fruits have culinary use a vegetables - including chili peppers, bell pepper, eggplant, tomatoes, and squash. Correct Answer Chile is technically a fruit. Chile is also the proper spelling, as chili is what we all know as the recipe for spicy stew, which contains - chiles. The alternative spelling of chili has become commonplace in the U.S., but the original correct spelling is chile. ( Full Answer )
Chile has one of the best and most stable economies in Latin America, increasing in 2008 by 187% its foreigner investment, making it a very free-market oriented economy . http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_kind_of_relationship_does_the_us_have_with_chile Chile has a fairly strong economy. It is based …on there working habits and how they conclude their lives. ( Full Answer )
I am from Chile . However depending on the person you are asking, they could or could NOT be form Chile.
yes no , it is located in south america right along the side of chilie
Pablo Neruda (1904 - 1973) was a famous Chilean poet. He was born in Parral, Chile and studied at the University in Santiago.
There are many great things to do in Chile. A few things to do inChile are stargaze at the Valle del Elqui, go surfing, or visit oneof the numerous national parks.
There are several theories about the origin of the word Chile: The ancient incas from Cusco used to call the lands located south from the Atacama desert Chile, by corruption of the name of a Picunche tribal chief ("cacique") called Tili, who ruled the area at the time of the Incan conquest in the… 15th century. Other theories say Chile may derive its name from a Native American word meaning either "ends of the earth" or "sea gulls"; from the Mapuche word chilli, which may mean "where the land ends"; or from the Quechua chiri, "cold,"or tchili, meaning either "snow" or "the deepest point of the Earth. Another origin attributed to chilli is the onomatopoeic cheele-cheele-the Mapuche imitation of the warble of a bird locally known as trile. The spanish conquerours, once settled in PerÃº, kept calling that way to the region in the south as valley of Chile. Ultimately, Diego de Almagro is credited with the universalization of the name Chile, after naming the Mapocho valley as such. . It is a simple answer that it's often overlooked due to it's simplicity. It's because of the shape the country portrays on the map... A chilli, translated to Chile. ( Full Answer )
Tomatoes must grow somewhere in Chile, as they do in many countries of the wiorld.
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Chile is about 2,700 feet in length.-mellbryan did you order the large bowl or the small bowl?- Randy Dockery HaHa-MellBryan
rule says there is no plural of proper nouns and Chile is a proper noun. Its a country and no other country has this name. Which means Chile can never have a plural form. However, if you are referring to a Chile pepper, the plural would be chiles.
One is the Copihue, Chile's national flower. aka the Chilean Glory flower, and Chilean Bell flower. it is Red with six petals, and in the wild it is pollinated by hummingbirds. it can grow up to 10 meters high.
cows . food . silver . gold . copper
Yes, although Latin America may have less connectivity to the internet, Chile does have computers. In fact, Chile is arguably the most developed country of South America.
Chile is 4,300 km2 by 175 km2. So if you think that is big, yes it is big. everyone thinks differently, so no one but you have the right answer.
If you want to know to toast DRIED chili peppers here you go ....(but be careful they are HOT!!) . How to Toast Dried Chili Peppers . Toast dried chilies for a unique flavor. . Heat an ungreased griddle or heavy skillet over medium heat; place the chili peppers on the griddle in a single lay…er. . Cook the chilies 1 to 3 minutes until the color changes slightly (but do not burn) and the chilies become fragrant (but not to the point of emitting a harsh aroma), pressing them down with a spatula and turning over occasionally. ( Full Answer )
San Cristobal Hill, La Moneda Palace and Casa Colorada arelandmarks in Chile. Their importance covers the rich history ofthis South American country.
Yes...if u are a person of science. The rest of us call it a veggie.
The capital of Chile is Santiago. It is a Spanish speaking country Chile borders three different countries; Argentina to the east, Bolivia to the northeast and Peru to the north. Chile is the world's 38th largest country. It is about twice the size of Japan. The area of Chile is almost twic…e the size of Montana. Chile has an unusual ribbon shape. It is 4300 km long and just 175 km wide (on average) Chile has a broad spectrum of growing climates. These climactic variations favor diversified production of fruits and prolonged harvest seasons. In the past 16 years, fresh fruit exports from Chile to North America have increased over 700 percent. Chile is the primary wintertime source (over 95 percent) of fresh grapes for the US and Canada. Chile's coastline stretches about 2,700 miles long, running from the Atacama; the world's most arid desert in the north, through forests, valleys, mountains, lakes, glacier fields, the Tierra del Fuego and the Antarctic Circle in the south. Chile is never more than 110 miles wide east to west. There are more than 2,000 volcanoes in Chile, of which 50 are actually active. The highest volcano in the world, 'Ojos del Salado', is in Chile. It is also the 2nd highest peak in South America. Chile is the largest producer of copper in the world, and the second-largest producer of salmon in the world. The population of Chile is 16,888,760 and is expected to be about 20.2 million by 2050. About 10% of the Chilean population consider themselves indigenous to the region. However, according to the 2002 census, only about half of these people still speak a native language or practice a native culture. There are an estimated 840,000 Chileans living abroad. More than half of these live in Argentina. 2% of these live in Australia. The most popular sport in Chile is football (soccer to Australians and Americans). The Chilean football team won a bronze medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Tennis is the second most popular sport in Chile, with Fernando GonzÃ¡lez the last Chilean to reach a Grand Slam singles final. The Chilean fruit-growing season is opposite that of the US, so marketing is complementary rather than competitive. Chile provides North America with almost 15 percent of all its fruit sales during the months of November through April. Chile had to endure a 17 year military dictatorship between 1973-1990 that left more than 3000 people either dead or missing. Michelle Bachelet was the first woman president ever in Chile and was elected for the period 2006 - 2010. One traditional dish is curanto, a stew that combines seafood, meat and vegetables. Another popular meal is beef steak with chips, onions and eggs, called 'Bistec a lo pobre' (Poor man steak). Pebre, a hot sauce, is eaten with meat dishes, bean and corn chowder (porotos granados) is another traditional dish. Chile is the home of two Nobel Prize winning poets, Gabriela Mistral (1945), and Pablo Neruda(1971). David Selkirk, immortalized as Robinson Crusoe, survived a shipwreck and lived for several years on a desert island off the coast of Chile, no doubt thriving on the nutritional benefits of fresh fruit. There are two islands called 'Robinson Crusoe' and 'Alejandro Selkirk Island', respectively, in Chile. It is believed that Native Americans settled in Chile about 10,000 years ago. They settled along the coast as the most fertile land was found there. They also found the oldest mummy in Chile. The national game of Chile is soccer. The Atacama Desert is the driest and coldest desert in the world. Chilean wines have won numerous awards and are now ranked #3 in the world . ( Full Answer )
Mostly exotic types of animals, including zebras, lions and elephants. In the cold regions there's penguins, seals and other cold regional animals. There's also cattle, camels, llamas, pumas, and all types off foxes.
You can visit the Andes mountains, tour the wine country or visit the beach towns. Santiago has beautiful parks with hikng trails.
Thirty-three miners who have been trapped underground in a Chilean mine for the past 17 days are all alive
The eastern popui zone. More commonly known as the eastern time zone. - The Answerer Hope this helped!!
The nation of Chile, like the other nations of South America, is predominantly Roman Catholic.
Chile, due its geographic extension,we can find four very different areas: Northern Chile: World's produce of Fish Meal (World's #2) and Copper (World's #1). Central Chile: World's best produce of Wines and Professional Services (Santiago: Latin-AmericaÂ´s Best Business City) South…ern Chile: World's produce of Salmon ( World's #2), Woods and Pulp paper. Chilean Patagonia: Tourism and Antarctica Cruisers. ( Full Answer )
Yes, it has about 620 volcanoes. Most of them are concentrated inthe southern regions of Bio-Bio, Araucania, and the Lakes Region,though many are also in the north along the Andes mountains. Most aren't active, but plenty are. They are a beautiful thing towatch, hike, and photograph.
a republic in southern South America on the western slopes of the Andes on the south Pacific coast
yes...... And your question should say does Chile have any plains. just thought i would let you know
Tips and photos of Chile tourist attractions and tourist traps, posted by real travelers and Chile locals.
Chile depends on the quality of the beans, the spiciness of the peppers and the freshness of the beans
The main chant is "Chi! Chi! Chi! Le! Le! Le! Viva Chile!" There can be extra stuff at the beginning, for example one person shouting "Digan Chi!" ("Say Chi!") or similar, with the crowd shouting back "Chi!", then one person shouting "Digan Le!" with the crowd shouting back "Le!".
Chile has a lot of landscapes and climates, from the Atacama Desertto the lands of Patagonia.
Yes, they do. The Chilean army is one, if not the most professional and technologically advanced army in South America. It's equipment and training are of NATO standard.
No, the Aconcagua (6962 meters above sea level) is located in the Argentine Republic, at 69Âº 59Â´ West longitude and 32Âº 39Â´ South latitude, in what is called Aconcagua Mountain Provincial Park in the province of Mendoza.
Chile relleno is a stuffed chile (with cheese or meats) than friedor grilled, a chile ancho is a poblano chile that has been dried(very hot)
Tornadoes in Chile are rare, but there was one near the town of Villarrica in June of 2011 of about F1/EF1 strength.
There are droughts in Chile . They have droughts over there because it doesn't even rain. The last one they had happened for the last 400 years ago!
Most of them come from Ecuador. According to the Central Bank of Chile, Chile imported bananas from Ecuador with a cost of USD 54,000,000 cif.
The tomato species originated in the South American Andes and itsuse as a food originated in Mexico. Today is is grown in mostcountries of the world.
You could be asking about either of the following: 1. The nation of Chile. This word was around by the time theSpanish arrived in the 16th Centuruy. It has been suggested that itcomes from a word meaning "land's end" or perhaps "cold" (by chanceresembling English "chilly"). 2. Spicy pepper (spelle…d chili in English, chile in Spanish). Thisword was adopted from Nahuatl or Aztec language. 3. Chile con carne. The dish originated in the U. S. Southwest andnamed from Spahish for "chili [pepper] with meat." ( Full Answer )