the letter 'v' is pronounced : veh with the short e sound. you dont hear the h.
If a word starts with the letter "v" and is the first word in a sentence, the letter is pronounced like a "b". For example: Voy a casa. In the example, the "v" would be pronounced like a "b"
VENEZUELA imports food, clothing, cars, technological items, raw materials, machinery and equipment, transportation equipment and construction equipment. Their main import partners are:U.S.A., Colombia,Brazil,China and Mexico
(Letter - Spanish name (phonetic pronunciation of Spanish name of letter))
V - ube (OObay)
E - e (ay)
N - ene (ENNay)
E - e (ay)
Z - ceta (THAYtah; 'TH' as in 'thin')
U - u (oo)
E - e (ay)
L - ele (ELLay)
A - a (ah)
The turpial resembles the flag a bit with yellow and orange, and those colours have a meaning of their own, I cite:
"The colors of the stripes are the yellow, blue and red. The yellow represents the wealth of the Venezuelan soil, the blue represents the great ocean that borders the Venezuelan coasts, and the red symbolizes the blood spilled by our forefathers during the war of independence."
The reason some people leave Venezuela is because they cannot accept that a man they wrongly call a dictator Hugo Chavez was democratically elected by the majority of Venezuelans. Because Chavez irritates the USA some Venezuelans find it easier to enter the US as "political exiles'.
The same thing as in any Christian Church it celebrates the birth of Jesus.
They eat some cool foods i guess...Examples are:Lemongrass Tea,Malian Fish Stew,and Chicken and Peanut Stew..XP
they also eat many exotic fruit like orange flavored chicken to uglii
they also eat water and rice stew
They dont eat water and rice stew KMT, its food gosh! -___-
According to Baseball Almanac, there has never been an MLB player that was born in Argentina.
the weather in the winter is very dry and warm
para las mujeres es un vestido o una blusa y falda. Para los hombres, normalmente llevando un traje blanco.
Spanish to English translation: For women it's a dress or a blouse and a skirt.
For men, normally they wear a white suit.
There is only one country between Venezuela and Suriname, and that country is Guyana.
Man-made landmarks in Venezuela include:
Merida Cable Car - the highest and longest cable car in the world
villages of Lagunetas and the Warao villages - palafito villages where houses were built on stilts
Coro - authentic colonial town that was established in 1527
University City of Caracas - unique, harmonious part of the city
General Rafael Urdaneta Bridge - impressive and elegant structure which is 8.7 kilometres long
Mountain of Sorte - monument that is a central pilgrimage place for the María Lionza religious cult.
The National Pantheon - dedicated to revolutionary leader Simon Bolivar
The National Capitol - contains the legislative palace and the federal palace
Mosque Ibrahim Ibin Abdul Aziz Al-Ibrahim, or Caracas Mosque - the largest mosque in South America
Venezuela has five waterfalls higher than 300 feet, including the highest in the world,
Angel Falls, which is 3,212 feet tall.
is colombia a limitd or unlimited government
Geographical Features There are many variations in the Venezuela landscape. The northeast regions feature the Andes Mountains that go all the way to the northwest and along the Caribbean coast. The highest point among these mountains is Pico Bolivar that stands at 16,341 feet. The central regions are dominated by plains known as llanos that stretch from the river delta of Orinoco to the Colombian border. Towards the south are the Giana Highlands, home to Angel Falls (the highest waterfall in the world).
The large fertile plain that is found in Hungary is the Great Hungarian Plain. The resources found throughout this plain include ore, natural gas, petroleum, magnesium, coal, and iron ore.
The Climate is like a humid Tropical to alpine. It is also rainy and windy. !
Venezuela was founded in March 30 1845, which means as of 2015 it is 170 years old.
Venezuela gets its oil from itself. Its a major oil producing country. It gets its oil from the earth. Some theories are that the earth uses biomaterials (old leaves or dinosaur bones or something) and then it gets pressed together by rocks and stuff and that makes oil. Another theory is just that it comes out of the center of the earth.
Much of Venezuela's 19th century history was characterized by political turmoil and dictatorial rule
The largest desert in Africa is the Sahara Desert which is also the third largest desert in te world. It can also be called the Western Sahara desert. The largest desert in the world is Antarctica; although many people define deserts as a giant, hot and sandy piece of land, the correct definition is simply just a huge plain.