Geography Now! Guyana

Geography Now! Guyana

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    Kaiser Willhelm

    0:01 there needs to be a singapore of oceania and north america than we would have a singapore for every continent
    Rwanda for africa
    Guyana for south america
    Singapore for asia and
    Switzerland for europe

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    John Simpson

    Barby, at the in conclusion and end of the Papua New Guniea Episode, I want you to say this. Barby: stay tuned, as three years geography now, we finally go back to south America, and Paraguay is coming up next. And at the beginning of the Paraguay episode, I want you to say this Barby: Guys it has almost been 3 years since we last filmed a country on South America , do you have any idea how long that playlist has all left alone and freighted without any new friends to console them. So we finally break history and Argentina say hi to your new friend Paraguay!

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    Vishnoo Ramdin

    if we are not in the West Indies or the carribbean how come the caricom head office is in Georgetown?

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    anonimuso

    You can often go to Wikipedia and they will have audio clips of how to pronounce names you're unfamiliar with.

    Just sayin'…

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    Mario Z

    Guyana and Anglo Caribbean is the real America.. it's where Christopher Columbus landed in west indies.. Those areas were being colonized in the 15th century..

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    imteddybear girl

    the beauty about this guy is that he cannot even pronounce some of our words properly shame on you

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    devika bissoondyal

    Btw.. Guyana only has four natural region..The high Land, The Highly sand and clay,The interior Savannah and the Low coastal Plain..How I know this because I am a proud Guyanese!!

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    Ameera Majeed

    Honestly he twanged so many words but as a proud Guyanese I appreciate the video 😂❤️🇬🇾 i died when he pronounced Rupununi as rupupuni like wth💀💀

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    VJ Rei

    The problem with Venezuela was that Spain used to rule Venezuela. When Venezuelans got rid of Spain, England took over Guyana and sold it to France. Then Venezuela took notice and said "this is ours" and France said "this was never yours, this was from Spain and they left, we got it from England"… and that is how everything started. For some reason Venezuelan politicians never wanted Venezuelans to go there, we had the military not letting us go there and Venezuelans were mad.

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    Algerian impact

    U do a great job ..but what disturbes me is that u don't mentione the area of each county u talk about…although it s the most important to know this information in geography

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    afridi khan

    much love from Guyana man im from Guyana and you actually educated me about my country a little thank you for this barby

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    Stênio Medeiros

    The Guianas and Suriname are totally unknown countries for the majority of the Brazilian population and the Latin American countries of South America. The only Brazilians who know Guiana are those who live near the border region. Guiana and Suriname are countries totally isolated from the rest of South America. Some factors influence this to occur as: the language of these three countries is not Spanish or Portuguese, both Latin American majority languages ​​in South America, as well as their culture which is totally different and does not look like Latin culture at all. The Guianas and Suriname were colonized by the English, Dutch and French (French is also a Latin language, but a minority in South America) while Brazil was colonized by the Portuguese and the other Latin American countries were colonized by the Spanish.

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    yCrookedMan

    So happy that my Indian brothers and sister's are somewhere happy in the South America! Much love to y'all! ❤

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    বৰা루피타

    Wow.. Its so similar to my motherland India!! Not just the Indian race or religion there but also the difference in races and topography and still the unity plus calling anyone uncle and aunty!(we don't call our real aunts and uncles as such though, for that our own mother tongue is used😃). Glad to learn about Guyana.. Lots of love from an Indian!

    Note: Bhojpuri speaking people are majorly in Bihar and maybe Eastern uttar pradesh of India. (the pinked states didn't show bihar, so thought of pointing it out).

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    Alex Saj.vlogs

    I live in suriname🇬🇾🇬🇾🇳🇱🇳🇱🇸🇷🇸🇷🇸🇷🇸🇷🇸🇷🇸🇷🇸🇷🇸🇷🇸🇷

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    Itz_TheLittle Princess

    They are killing me the seem like they just looked it up on Google.. And there is 6 different races …

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    Samad S

    Dude Guyana is the only English speaking country in South America but we are part of Caricom so we are both.

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    Karina Fernández

    Make a video about Venezuela .. Venezuela has lot of geography you can talk about. 🇻🇪🇻🇪🇻🇪🇻🇪

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    Gladys Fuentes

    I loved your video, I have a relative visiting there right now, unless I missed it, since it's independence from Britain in 1966, the two political parties happen to be middle or moderate Left, and the progressive more to the Left. It's sad because it has such great potential to even think they could follow suit like Venezuela…Guyanan's take note, you need to remain FREE, that means no GOVERNMENT control over you, the progessive Left always promise you the world, but those are just lies to hook you in…just like Venezuela…

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    robinsminstrel

    "PhillyNott"??? That's Phil Lynott frontman of Thin Lizzy. Born in England to an Irish mother and Guyanese father, when he was eight he moved to Dublin…which would explain the statue. Jesus!

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    Adarsh Benjamin

    The map of India needs to be shown as it is. Siachen and Pok are missing in the map shown. I sincerely request that it is not repeated.

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    Aravinthnagu Arvinthnagu

    இந்தியாவைப் போன்ற அழகான நாடு உலகில் எங்கும் கிடையாது என்னுடைய தாய் நாடே சிறந்த நாடு பாரத தேசம் முழுவதும் ஆன்மீகம் கலை கலாச்சாரம் பன்முகத்தன்மை என்று நாட்டில் 130 கோடி மக்களும் மிகச்சிறந்த எண்ணங்களைக் கொண்டு ஒருவருக்கொருவர் அனுசரணையாக வாழும் தேசம் இது

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    Amanda da Silva

    Tnx man! I'm misting up all homesick. Proud Guyanese here. & I think last I checked Kaiteur Falls is the largest single drop falls, not widest. I think that's in south east asia or something? I loved this vid though. Tnx bro!

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    Carlito Gio

    My dad's from Guyana.. I've never been but would love to visit. Holla from the UK. My grandad had such a strong patua accent.. Crazy funny

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    Mladen Simovic

    In Serbia we were raised to call older people uncle and aunt as a act of respect. For example neighbor Mike I would greet with "Hello uncle Mike…"

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    Anthony Holroyd

    Amazed that someone outside of Britain and anatolia likes marmite. 😛

    Marmite toast was basically my dads go to lunch if mum was at work when I was a kid 😛

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    Miguel Juarez

    Fun fact: Even though Dutch is the official language of Suriname🇸🇷, English is widely taught their to communicate with Guyana🇬🇾 and Trinidad and Tobago🇹🇹.

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    Pravesh Ramkhelawan

    Dude do us guyanese a favour and dont disgrace our language.
    U pronounced most of the names wrong too.
    🇬🇾🇬🇾🇬🇾🇬🇾🇬🇾🇬🇾🇬🇾🇬🇾🇬🇾🇬🇾🇬🇾

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    Intrø Vërt

    He forgot to mention the crime rate in Guyana💀I dont recommend any tourist to come to the city areas just visit the jungles

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    Rasheed Shotuyo

    Most black majority south/central american and carribbean countries consider themselves carribbean, and most latino/spanish majority carribbean and central/south american countries consider themselves latin america. Its a racial ans cultural thing, not truly locational.

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    rochelle allicock

    Had a good laugh listening to u pronounce the names of places in Guyana. I would love to hear you do an entire video speaking creole English. Lol

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