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5 Matching questions

  1. climates in Latin America
  2. resources in South America?
  3. Middle America
  4. resources found in Middle America?
  5. tributary
  1. a tropical wet with hot, humid, rainy weather year-round; tropical wet and dry with hot weather, but shorter rainy season; Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay = humid sub-tropical climate: hot, wet summers + cool, damp winters. Patagonia - colder and dry.
  2. b Mexico and Central America
  3. c 1) Middle America: lots of minerals 2) Mexico: minerals, oil, natural gas, trees/lumber 3) Central America: coffee, cotton, sugar cane, bananas
  4. d small rivers and streams that flow into a larger river
  5. e minerals, oil, trees, lumber, fish, coffee, wheat, sugar cane, cotton, rice

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. electric power made by rushing water
  2. flat grassland regions commonly found in Argentina and Uruguay
  3. a raised area of flat land
  4. longest river in South America; 2nd longest river in the world;
  5. coral and underwater mountains. Hispaniola, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and Cuba are underwater mountains. Other, smaller islands are made of coral (skeletons of tine sea animals formed together).

5 True/False questions

  1. Why are waterways important in Latin America?1) Mexico and Central America 2) Caribbean 3) South America

          

  2. climate affects vegetation?tropical wet with hot, humid, rainy weather year-round; tropical wet and dry with hot weather, but shorter rainy season; Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay = humid sub-tropical climate: hot, wet summers + cool, damp winters. Patagonia - colder and dry.

          

  3. 3 regions of Latin America?1) Mexico and Central America 2) Caribbean 3) South America

          

  4. vegetation in tropical wet climates?exotic vegetation that needs hot, humid weather, such as bananas, cacao, sugar cane, rice

          

  5. elevationheight of land above sea level