Good afternoon teachers and friends, today I am going compare two islands for you. They are Easter Island and Greenland. Both islands are my dream to go for a visit.
First of all, let’s talk about their location. Easter Island is a tiny Polynesian island in the southeastern Pacific Ocean. It is a special territory of Chile that was annexed in 1888 and it belongs to the Valparaíso Region. On the contrary, Greenland is located between the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans, east of the Archipelago. It is the largest island in the world, and it is It is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark.
Second, the climate of both islands is also different. The climate of Easter Island is classified as a tropical rainforest climate. It rains all the time. The average temperature of the coldest month is 15.4 degrees Celsius. However, Greenland is a polar ice cap. 81percent of its surface is covered by ice and snow. The average temperature of the coldest month is minus 47 degrees Celsius.
Language between Easter Island and Greenland is also different. At Easter Island, the official language is Spanish. Natives in Easter Island also speak Rapa Nui language, which is a unique language that is only used in Easter Island. In contrast, the official language of Greenland is language. People and speaks Danish in Greenland.
In fact, the architecture is also different because of the difference of their climate and geology. Easter Island is famous in large stone statues, or moai. There are a total of 887 monolithic stone statues found in Easter Island. They are all carved from Balsat, a kind of stone from volcanoes. Because of them, Easter Island becomes a World Heritage Site. On the other hand, in Greenland, there are many towns that are full of houses with different colors.
On the other hand, both industries are the same. Their economic depends on their tourism and fishing. In Greenland, you can experience the landscape by dog sledding. You can also go whale watching, or...