English language,Mathematics,one subject from Biology,human and Social Biology or integrated science, and 2 other subjects.
Una flor rojiza o purpúrea ya seca que se emplea para hacer té o bebidas refrescantes. Dígase: flor de Jamaica o sólo la Jamaica.
Véase el diccionario de La Real Academia Española para más conceptos.
English translation: A red or purple colored flower that is dried and use to make tea or other refreshing beverage. It is called the "Jamaica flower" or only "Jamaica". Go to the Spanish Royal Academy Dictionary for other definitions.
It depends on the school. I went to a college that accepted foreign HS diplomas. However, the college that I now work for stopped accepting foreign HS diplomas in 2003. You would have to find out if the school you're interested in will accept it.
education is mandatory and free up to age 16 in Jamaica
none...I dont believe iguanas eat any meat...my iguana doesnt...I believe they are strict herbivores....really vegetarians too...because they eat flowers and squash and such
Yes. Many sharks live in the salt water ocean off the coast of Jamacia.
only once as you look at some strikes or in books it says that like if a have to say they attack once as it is one fatal bite as they have some little really sharp teeth and they shake the pray
Jamaica has a topical climate and features a diverse ecosystems Consisting of various animals:
· Bats - over 25 species
· Birds - over 200 species (cuckoos, green todies, hummingbirds, parrots, etc.)
· Butterflies - over 100 species (endangered swallowtail)
· Coney or Jamaican Huita
· Fish - fresh and saltwater (black snapper, bonito, jack, grey snapper, jewfish, kingfish, mackerel, mullet, snook, tuna, whiting, etc. )
· Frogs - over 12 species
· Jamaica Iguana
· Sea Turtles - Green Turtle, Hawksbill, Leatherback, Loggerhead
No. There are no longer any wild monkeys living in Haiti. The last monkeys in the Greater Antilles islands became extinct around the time Europeans arrived.
Umm.. i wouldn't call it advantages. People like fast food, but there is no redeeming value about Burger King besides the happy meal prize :)
Jamaican cuisine has many different desserts. Jamaican Festival Fried Dumplings area traditional treat. They also love crepes and desserts made with plantains. Rummed cakes are always a favorite treat.
from google searches about 3,700 a month
Jamaica is most famous for jerk seasoning, which typically includes scallions, ginger, thyme, garlic, cinnamon, peppercorns, nutmeg, allspice ("pimento") and, of course, Scotch Bonnet peppers. Those ingredients are found, in varying proportions, in other Jamaican dishes, as well.
Technically, of course, those are not all spices. Scotch Bonnets are a fruit, scallions and garlic are considered vegetables and thyme is an herb. Jamaican cuisine sometimes uses turmeric, which is also a spice. You might notice that ginger, turmeric and cinnamon are spices often found in South Asian cuisines--this is not a coincidence, but a result of Jamaican history.
Allspice, which is invariably called "pimento" in Jamaica (and nowhere else), has nothing at all to do with the mild red peppers called pimentos everywhere else in the world. Allspice is a dried berry that is native to the Caribbean and is the single spice that is the most important and characteristic flavor of Jamaican cuisine.
"Jerk" chicken, pork or other meat (grilled meats cooked with a very spicy hot chile, garlic, spice, and herb dry rub and jerk sauce--usually made with Habanero or Scotch Bonnet chiles and cloves, allspice, nutmeg, and/or cinnamon). It is very hot so most often it is served with starchy foods like breads, rice, beans. Baked Bananas. Fresh fruits. Coffee, fruit drinks with or without rum, carrot juice (with or without sweet milk), Ginger Beer, Guinness Stout, Beer mixed with carbonated water on ice (Shandy), milk and strawberry flavor syrup (Pink Cow).
Currently, it is. The Jamaican government, however, are thinking about making it illegal to smoke in public.
depending on how you eat. it shouldn't cost the much. it would probably cost $300 US dollars
They eat akee and saltfish with fried dumpling,pudding,rum cake lots of fish curry chicken and other things like that, curry goat and rotti, jerk chicken, patties and other spicy things.
In Jamaica they eat rice, green banana, yellow yam, several types of yams, sweet potatoes, cassava, dashene, plantains, pigeon peas, red kidney beans, various saltwater fish, lobster, crawfish, shrimp, salted cod, pork, chicken, beef, mutton and lamb, green beans, lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber, eggplant, squash, pumpkin, breadfruit, turnip, cabbage, celery, chayote, callalo, coconut, okra, potatoes. They eat a lot of rice and peas, curry chicken and curry goat. They curry a lot of their meat and vegetables. They eat an abundance of tropical fruits including different types of mangoes and bananas and apples. They drink coconut water, ginger beer, pineapple juice, tamarind drink, Irish moss, sorrel drink, rum punch and several fruit drinks.
Pineapples are an indigenous fruit. Pineapple also seems to be a symbol of hospitality. I'm searching for the same answer, so if anyone knows anymore, please speak up.
Jamaican dishes are certainly some of the most attractive and delicious meals to grace any table; especially if the meals are for a special occasion. Christmas is one very special time of the year for Jamaicans, as is the case for so many other nationalities. Some of the Jamaican traditional Christmas dishes include:
Rice and Peas
Jamaica has a warm, tropical climate being located in the Caribbean and places with this type of climate and vegetation such as palm trees will have coconuts. With Jamaica being a popular tourist destination, I would doubt they would be without coconuts!
Of course Jamaica has coconuts. I live in Jamaica and trust me their quite abundant too. We buy them every Sunday to make a special dinner. By The way I came across this question while doing homework. Our climate acts in the favor of those types of plants.
The most popular foods in Jamaica are: Rice,Peas and Chicken and Ackee and Saltfish, Jerked Chicken, Jerked Pork, Festival.
I would say it came from rivers,beaches,lakes,or sewers.
Scarlet runner beans are from the American continent and are grown by the native people here.
There isn't a McDonald's in Jamaica.. there is a Juici Patties tho & it's like 70 cents:D
Mainly coffee, specifically Blue Mountain Coffee, which is kinda special, like Kona. Other than that, I would guess typical tropical fruits: bananas, pineapples, etc. but don't quote me.
ANS 2 -Jamaica's main food growth is sugar,by far it's biggest money export. Bananas are next, with coffee way down the list.