South American Countries, Capitals, And Nationalities In Spanish

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  • 1. 

    Venezuela

    Explanation
    The answer "Caracas, venezolano" is correct because Caracas is the capital city of Venezuela, and venezolano is the demonym used to refer to people or things from Venezuela. Therefore, Caracas is the correct city and venezolano is the correct term to describe something or someone from Venezuela.

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    Colombia

    Explanation
    The answer "Bogota, colombiano" is correct because it correctly identifies the capital city of Colombia, which is Bogota. Additionally, "colombiano" is the correct term to describe something or someone from Colombia. Therefore, the answer accurately matches the given information.

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    Ecuador

    Explanation
    The answer "Quito, ecuatoriano" is likely referring to the capital city of Ecuador, which is Quito. The term "ecuatoriano" is the Spanish word for "Ecuadorian," which is the nationality or identity of the people from Ecuador. Therefore, the answer indicates that Quito is the capital city and the people from Ecuador are referred to as "ecuatorianos."

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    Peru

    Explanation
    Lima is the capital city of Peru and "peruano" is the demonym for someone or something from Peru. Therefore, the correct answer is "Lima, peruano" because it correctly identifies the capital city and the demonym associated with Peru.

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    Chile

    Explanation
    The answer "Santiago, chileno" is correct because Santiago is the capital city of Chile, and chileno is the Spanish word for "Chilean." This implies that Santiago is located in Chile and the people from Santiago are referred to as Chileans.

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    Argentina

    Explanation
    The given answer "Buenos Aires, argentino" is correct because Buenos Aires is the capital city of Argentina and "argentino" refers to the nationality or demonym of someone from Argentina. Therefore, the answer accurately identifies the city and the nationality associated with Argentina.

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    Uruguay

    Explanation
    The answer "Montevideo, uruguayo" is correct because it provides the capital city of Uruguay, which is Montevideo, and the demonym for someone from Uruguay, which is uruguayo.

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  • 8. 

    Paraguay

    Explanation
    The given answer "Asuncion, paraguayo" is correct because Asuncion is the capital city of Paraguay. Paraguayo is the demonym used to refer to the people or things related to Paraguay. Therefore, it is the correct answer as it provides both the capital city and the demonym associated with Paraguay.

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    Bolivia

    Explanation
    The given answer states that La Paz and Sucre are the cities in Bolivia, and "boliviano" is the currency used in the country. This information is correct as La Paz and Sucre are indeed two of the major cities in Bolivia, and the currency of Bolivia is called "boliviano".

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