Chile has many sports, they have alot of American sports and Non-American sports. Some American sports they play are, baseball, basketball, soccer, golf, and track and field. The Non-American sports they play are, cricket, roller hockey, equestrian, polo, and rugby.

Chile has pretty much the same jobs as Americans do. They have health workers, teacher, government worker, real estate, banking, fishing, forestry, farming, and many other jobs. Most of their jobs are in the service sector.

Chile has some of the same holidays as us such as: New Years, Easter, Labor Day, Independence Day, and Christmas. Some of those holidays are on different days. Their Labor Day is on May 1st, and Independence Day is on September 18th. Holidays that we don't have in U.S. are the following: Naval Battle of Iquique which is on May 21st, Armed Forces Day which is on September 19, Dia de la raza (or day of race) which is on October 12th, All Saint Day and Day of the Dead which is on October 1st and 2nd.

Chile has two different climates. In the northern and central region the climate is arid desert, but in the southern region its subartic. Chile is sometimes called the Switzerland of South America because of its natural beauty. Chile has frequent earthquakes and tital waves. They are also home of many volcanos, the most known is -the Chaitén volcano- it began eruting in 2008 and 2009.


The Republic of Chile is a multiparty democracy. The head of state and government is President Michelle Bachelet, she was elected on March 11 2014. President Bachelet was previously Chile's President from 2006–2010, becoming the first woman to be a President of Chile.

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