MAP OF LIBERIA
Liberia has very few deserts it has grass and has a river that goes though Liberia. Liberia has very few moutons and is mostly flat. Liberia's grass is some what yellow some is very green and some in not to green.
Liberia clothing is mostly jeans,and a T-shirt some woman were skirts. Some of there food is ,bread,tea,rice,coffee, cassava,and sauce's is some food they eat. At supper they have a very big meal for breakfast the have left over they call it a quick bowl.
Liberian's spend many day cooking,shopping,and preparing for christmas. They celebrate Christmas by sharing gifts and food with there family and friends. Kids are happy to wear there new clothes on Christmas.
Government have enjoyed greater political freedoms since Charles Taylor left office. Freedoms of speech, the press, religion, and assembly are all generally respected by the government.Liberians have enjoyed greater political freedoms since Charles Taylor left office.
Religion and Belife
There beliefs About 86 percent of Liberians are Christian. The largest denominations are Baptist, Roman Catholic, United Methodist, Lutheran, and Assemblies of God. Many Liberians follow indigenous animist religions, which typically focus on the belief that spirits inhabit both living things and inanimate objects.
The liberia's languages that they speak are English. Liberia are the ethnic groups that speak Mande languages. Kpelle, Gio, Gbandi, Mano, Vai, Lorma, Mande, and Mandingo.
School When you're a kid you go to school and learn a lot of stuff the teacher tell you. What you do when you get married and have a job and kids.Students study English, math, science, history, reading, and health science at the primary school level. Additional subjects, such as French, physics, chemistry, and biology, are added in secondary school.
Visiting Liberia Liberians stay in frequent contact with members of their extended family. In both urban and rural areas, people feel comfortable making unannounced visits to relatives and close friends. For people with whom one is less acquainted, one prearranges a visit. Formal invitations are typically extended only for special occasions such as weddings, birthdays, or graduations.