Spain and the United States
Created by Kaitlyn M., Trinity W., and Chloe H.
UNITED STATES: Spain's capital is Washington, D.C. The United States' flag does have a meaning behind it- The stars stand for the fifty states, and the thirteen stripes for the thirteen original colonies.
AMERICA: America has three kinds of government: Presidential System, Federal Republic, and Constitutional Republic. Barack Obama is the leader (president) as of now, and Presidents are elected by the citizens, due to their kind of government (Limited).
THE UNITED STATES: The U.S. (United States) has a great economy, with a GDP of $17.35 trillion, a literacy rate of 99%, and a life expectancy of 79.68 years. The United States used dollars as currency.
AMERICA: In America, the traditional clothing (depending on season) is often short-sleeved shirts and pants. (See AMERICA'S definition.) The Major languages spoken in America is English and Espanol, and the major Holidays are New Year's Eve, Valentine's Day, '' April Fools '' Day, Easter, Halloween, Veteran's Day, Christmas and Hanukkah.
AMERICA: The Bombing of Pearl Harbor, (December 7, 1941) and The Fall of the Twin Towers (November 11, 2001) were two big events that changed America forever. Pear Harbor caused America to fight in the war, and the Twin Towers caused people to stop trusting, and changed Airlines' (Especially American Airlines) rules to get on a plane forever.
Spain and America (differences): Both countries are located on different continents, and both have different GDP levels. But despite their differences, they are both brilliant countries- one in North America, and one in Europe.
Spain's Flag (Royalty Free) Image: https://pixabay.com/en/spain-flag-flutter-spanish-cabrera-379535/
United States Flag (Royalty Free) Image: https://www.flickr.com/photos/35106989@N08/7898023080