How do you say South America in Lojban?
An easy way to say that would be North America is north and South America is south. Another way to say that is South America has tropical rain forest and North America has the Rocky Mountains. There are a lot of differences between North and South America. And I think you meant South America not South American.
it is a mixture of both. People say North America and some say South America. I would go with South America because of the ethnic grouups
l'Amérique du Sud = South America
South America = América do Sul
What are closer to the south pole people living in south Africa or people living in southern south America?
I say southern south America :DD
south america The US is part of North America. The Continent you could say would be closest to North America would be, South America.
The largest continent is Asia. If you meant to say "Which Continent is larger?" Then the answer is south America
he was a naturalist that explored south America and was the first to say that Africa and South America were once one continent.
South Pole (For U.S.A. then Mexico, Brazil or you could say South America)
It depends on where you are in the world, but south America is in the more southwest part of the world. In fact, the Equator passes through the Amazon Valley of South America. Thus, we can say that South America stretches from the Northern Hemisphere all the way South to the shores of the Southern Ocean which surrounds Antarctica.
América do Sul
Suramérica / Sudamérica
The continent of South America is in the western hemisphere, if you divide the world into east and west, or it is in the southern hemisphere if you divide the world into north and south. You might say that South America is in the south-west quadrant. I hope you find this useful
This isn't Quite an answer, but i meant to say What ocean touches the shores of Europe and South America
In South America they say la computadora. In Spain they say el ordenador.
i think what you meant to say was what ocean is south America surrounded by. well here is that ancwer. ArcticOcean, Southern Ocean. Surrounded by Eurasia and North America
America del Sur
The United States is a country in North America. America is a general term used for both North and South America, but usually when people say the word "America" they are referring to the USA. (America is a general term used for Central, South and North America)
It is located in Central America but sometimes because it is in such an awkward position in the world some say that it's in North or South America but I would say Central America, near Cuba.
The western edge of south America is at approximately 80 degrees west what US cities are at 80 degrees west what does this tell you about position of south America relative to north America?
Pennsylvania West Virginia Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Florida Ohio In mathematical terms, we can say that North America is vertically opposite of South America.
Sudamérica América del Sur
In most of South America they say "Feliz Navidad"; but in Brazil the speak Portuguese instead of Spanish so they would say "Feliz Natal"
Antarctica and South America are not connected, but are separated by about 600 miles of ocean, called Drake's Passage -- some say, the wildest water on earth.
If I were to be asked what are the two most dominant features of south America, i'd say the Andes mountains and the Amazon rainforest.
No. Africa is Africa. South America is South America. South America is South of America. Africa is east of South America
Suramérica / Sudamérica / América del Sur
bienvenido/as a América del Sur
Centro y Suramérica /Sudamérica
There are seven, not six. Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica Europe and Australia. Some say there are six because they tend to put South & North America together. :D
No, the arctic ocean is in the north. South America and Africa are near the Antarctic Ocean
I assume that you meant to say countries instead of counties. There are 13 countries on the continent of South America. They are such countries as: Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, and Argentina.
I will only say the main land reigons of South America There are three main land reigons of South America. One of the reigons is the eastern mountains with the oldest mountains. Another reigon is the Western mountains which has the highest mountain in South America. The final reigon is the central plains. Four land areas make up of the central plains. As you can see, there are three main land reigons of South America.
from all my research and from what most researchers say i say africa
Yes people in South America say so.
south America because it is in south America
Most Guinea Pigs live in the South America because of the heat.Some people say that you can find them in India.But if you are travelling it is very different.Try South America if that matter is so!
It is in-between the continents of north America and south America however I would say that it is in the north Americana continent.
South America South America
South of North America is South America.
No. Latin America is a cultural region that spans Mexico, as well as most of the countries in Central America, the Caribbean and South America; South America is a geographical region located in the Americas.
South America, because South America has many more countries that are super powers. Such as, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, etc. Although, North America has the world's number one super power, The United States, and Mexico & Canada, which are also super powers. So, I would say it is a tie between the two continents.
Usally People say its found in the brazil but it is foun in chile
"Date prisa" (or "Apúrate" in South America)
The photic zone is the depth of the water in a lake or ocean, that is exposed to sufficient sunlight for photosynthesis to occur. So you could say that it is all around South America, and on it where there are lakes and ponds.
it is named south America because it looks like America but just south probly.
Bolivia is in the South America continent.
No, because South America is a continent and not a country. If you are looking for a landlocked country from South America the only two are Bolivia, South America, and Paraguay, South America
Since when did America become the United States of America when America is the landmass of North and South America?
America is a common nickname/alternate name for the United States of America, used mainly by American citizens. It is just another short way to say the country's name just as US, USA, or the United States is. Usually when one hears of America, they still are referring to North and South America.
Some say North America is a continent itself, others say it is part of "America". It is disputed: some say there are seven continents, some say there are five. Seven would be: Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, South America Five would be: Africa, Antarctica, Eurasia, Australia, America (Pancho says: And that's without taking into account those of us in Mesoamérica.)