Chile’s first lady aims to eliminate her job

Q: Chile’s first lady, Irina Karamanos, 33, doesn’t want the job and is doing everything she can to eliminate the position permanently. Where is Chile?

Circle the area on this map

Q: Karmanos has been trying to transfer the first lady’s duties – running foundations and civic programs – to government ministries. She is the partner of Gabriel Boric, 35, who took office in March as president of Chile, a nation with the world’s ….

A. Driest desert

B. Highest lake

C. Southernmost border

D. All of the above

Q: The far north and far south of Chile are relatively underpopulated. About 90 percent of its 18 million people live in the middle third of the country, where the capital is located. What is the capital of Chile?

A. Buenos Aires

B. Lima

C. Santiago

D. Sucre

Q: Chile occupies a narrow strip of land between the Pacific Ocean and which mountain range?

A. Andes

B. Guadalupes

C. San Andres

D. Southern Alps

Q: Chile is one of South America's most stable and prosperous countries and considered a high-income nation by the World Bank. Its biggest export is copper. Which nation is Chile’s biggest trading partner?

A. Argentina

B. Brazil

C. China

D. United States

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