The climate varies from hot and dry in the arid interior to the humid tropical rainforest of the Amazon jungle.The temperature of Brazil tends to be hot and sticky for most of the year. Although freezing cold in the south and in the mountains through the months of winter, rainy seasons occur from January to April in the north, April to July in the northeast and November to March in the Rio/São Paulo area. This is the temperature in Brazil every month of the year.
The population in 1991was 153,322,000. The population in 2010 is 192,272,890. The Brazilian flag was officially adopted on Nov. 19th 1889. The green colour represents the Brazilian fields. The yellow represents Brazilian gold – and the wealthiness of the country. The blue represents the sky of Rio de Janeiro on the night of Nov. 15th 1889; each star represents one of the Brazilian States. The white strip contains the inscription "Ordem e Progresso", meaning "Order and Progress“.
Cinco Marias can be played with two to four children. All you need are five flat, smooth stones. The game is similar to jacks. Throw all five stones on the floor. Pick up a stone, then toss it in the air, pick up another stone, and catch the tossed stone before it lands. Repeat this process until you have all the stones. In the next round, you must grab two stones at a time, and then three, and then all four, so the difficulty increases as the game goes on. Consider using another material, perhaps shaped modelling clay, if you are concerned about tossing stones in the classroom. Queimada Take your class to the school gymnasium or outside for Queimada, a dodge-ball-style Brazilian children's game. As in dodge ball, divide the gymnasium or field into two halves, one for each team. Additionally there is a cemetery area where the "dead" people go. From the beginning, one member from each team starts off "dead." "Dead" players throw balls to their teammates, who in turn throw the balls at their opponents (as in dodge ball). If a player is hit by a ball, he joins the "dead" in the cemetery. The game ends when all the members of one team are in the cemetery. Luta de Galo is Portuguese for "fight of the roosters" and is a fun game you can play outdoors or in your classroom if you have space to clear the desks from the centre of the room. Any number of children can play. Split the children into pairs. Unlike other games, partners are not teammates, but opponents. Have each child tuck a handkerchief or piece of cloth into their belt or waistband, cross their right arm across their chest, and hold up their left leg. Players must hop around one- legged and use their free arm to snatch their opponent's handkerchief. Disqualification occurs if a child puts their left leg on the ground or unfolds their right arm. Football. Cinco Marias. Luta de Galo. Queimada.
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Here are some Main Courses, Drinks and desserts. Here are some Main Courses.Arroz carreteiro, Arroz de forno, Arroz de hauca, Arroz de leite. Here are two drinks.Alua Tiquira.Here is one Dessert called Bolo(cake). Baba de Camelo Caipirinha (Traditional Brazilian drink)
sim – yes não – no por favor - please obrigado - thanks muito obrigado - thank you very much de nada - you're welcome olá - hi, hello bom dia - good morning boa tarde - good afternoon, good evening (from noon until dark) boa noite - good evening (after dark); good night bem-vindo – welcome adeus - goodbye até à vista! - see you later! até logo! - see you later! tenha um bom dia! - have a nice day! desculpa - excuse me bom dia - good morning boa tarde - good afternoon, good evening (from noon until dark) boa noite - good evening (after dark); good night bem-vindo – welcome adeus - goodbye até à vista! - see you later! até logo! - see you later! tenha um bom dia! - have a nice day! desculpa - excuse me desculpe - excuse me (polite) com licença - excuse me (to get past someome) perdão - sorry peço desculpa - I'm sorry peço perdão - I'm sorry (literally: I apologise) lamento - I'm sorry (to hear that) não há problema - no problem não tem importância - don't worry about it In Brazil they speak portugese. Here are some words that might come in handy