Presentation on theme: "Estados Unidos da América. Food Meatloaf Fried chicken with mashed potatos Baby back ribs Steak and Barbecue (BBQ) Brownies; Muffins; Chocolate chip cookies;"— Presentation transcript:
Food Meatloaf Fried chicken with mashed potatos Baby back ribs Steak and Barbecue (BBQ) Brownies; Muffins; Chocolate chip cookies; Apple pie. Stuffed mushrooms Eggplant parmesian; Hash browns
There are typical things like the Halloween party and even our state fairs, have been contaminated by country music, totally misrepresenting the root of these parties, of Catholic origin, since the majority of Americans are Protestant. Americans are much given to music and is common in families who play an instrument, such as banjo, guitar, 12 string guitar, violin etc.. Americans learn in school very little regulation on the other countries in general and really very ignorant about foreign customs, but thoroughly study their own history. It is very common when a boy or girl comes of age, leaving home to go live alone and often elderly parents will not live with their adult children.
The clothing of Americans, is much like the Brazilian, are quite common jeans, t-shirts printed, and huge coats in the cold, some with hair and different styles. His shoes are extremely similar to those we use, after all, are there. Anyway, are used to wearing designer clothes, always known, his style is similar to ours and thenmakes it easier to get used to a Brazilian who go to live there.
It may not seem at first sight, but the U.S. is the bastion of popular culture, especially in relation to cinema and música.S peak of a typical musical style, since that country is the birthplace of many genres. First we can mention the Blues. It is a style that has its origins in gospel music, sung in the churches. When blacks sang the "pain" of his life, the difficulties of everyday life. It is undoubtedly the style base, fundamental, which influenced all of the following. The jazz influences in Blues and Rock, Soul, Country and Pop music (all those with origins in the U.S.). Today, however, lost much strength. There are few musicians who are dedicated to this style and are on the rise. Rock and Pop stole the show. As which are: Folk, Blues, Jazz, Country, Rrhythm and Blues, Ska, Rocksteady,Soul.
The North American folklore is based on the folklore of parts of Europe, like the St. Patrick's Day, Valentine's Day, celebrations of Haloween, the country and more. The vast majority of these dates have pagan origins, usually derived from religions such as Druidism. They do not have diversity in their celebrations as we celebratevery hard but what little is left of the tradition of their ancestors.
Central Park Empire State Bulding Statue of Liberty Las Vegas Hawaii Metropolitan Museum of Art Museum of natural history New York Brooklyn Bridge RockFeller Center Times Square
The United States has a capitalist mixed economy, which is fueled by abundant natural resources, a well-developed infrastructure, and high productivity. According to the International Monetary Fund, the U.S. GDP of $15.1 trillion constitutes 22% of the gross world product at market exchange rates and over 19% of the gross world product at purchasing power parity (PPP). The United States is thelargest importer of goods and third largest exporter, though exports per capita are relatively low. In 2010, the total U.S. trade deficit was $634.9 billion. Canada, China, Mexico, Japan, and Germany are its top trading partners
Though little known at the time, Charles Ives's work of the 1910s established him as the first major U.S. composer in the classical tradition, while experimentalists such as Henry Cowell and John Cage created a distinctive American approach to classical composition. Aaron Copland and George Gershwin developed a new synthesis of popular and classical music. Choreographers Isadora Duncan and Martha Grahamhelped create modern dance, while George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins were leaders in 20th century ballet. Americans have long been important in the modern artistic medium of photography, with major photographers including Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Steichen, and Ansel Adams. The newspaper comic strip and the comic book are both U.S. innovations. Superman, the quintessential comic book superhero, has become an American icon.