Tourist information

Dear students,

One of my friend is planning a holiday in  South Africa. However, he doesn’t have any idea about the country. He asked me to help him. Could you please research some information for him ? Let’s collect information as much as you can and send it to me.

  • Visas and immigration
  • Currency
  • Languages
  • Weather
  • The numbers to call in an emergency

I am looking forward to your comments.

Thank you                                                                                                                                                              Instructor Nazmi

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29 thoughts on “Tourist information

  1. Dear Mr.Nazmi
    Please you can read my article.
    Information for tourist and visitors in South Africa
    1-)Visas and Immigration
    You have to get from the South Africa Embassy before you leave and Tourists can stay for a maximum of four months.
    2-)Money and Currency
    Rand (ZAR). The Rand replaced the South African pound when South Africa became an independent republic in 1961.

    One rand is made up 100 cents.
    3-)Languages
    There are eleven official languages in South Africa. These are English (9.6%), Afrikaans (13.5%), Ndebele (2.1%), Sepedi (9.1%), Xhosa (16%), Venda (2.4%), Tswana (8%), Southern Sotho (7.6%), Zulu 22.7%), Swazi or SiSwati (2.5%) and Tsonga (4.5%). Much of the country’s media has been tailored to include as many of these languages as possible. Of course, many other languages from all over the world are spoken here too; including Portuguese, Greek, Italian, French, Chinese, and so on.
    4-)Weather
    The best time for beach weather is late spring to early autumn. Mid summer has the hottest weather, but is also the busiest time. Kwa Zulu Natal is the best place to spend a beach holiday in winter because of the Mozambican current flowing down the Eastern Coast.

    Namaqualand flowers in the Western and Northern Cape are best seen in spring.
    5-)The numbers to call in an emergency
    If you have an emergency while traveling in South Africa, it is useful to know what numbers to call.

    It is highly recommended to have a mobile phone with you at all times in case you need to make an emergency phone call. This is especially important in rural areas where you may be far from the nearest telephone.

    The nationwide emergency phone number for the police is 10111 – you will not need to dial an area code. For more details on the South African Police Service, go to the SAPS website for more information: http://www.saps.gov.za

    The nationwide emergency phone number for the ambulance service is 10177 – you will not need to dial an area code. Ambulance services are run by both the provincial health departments as well as private companies. The largest private emergency response company is Netcare911. They will respond to emergencies whether you are a member or not and their number is 082 911. Go to The Netcare911 website for more information: http://www.netcare911.co.za
    Happy Holidays
    Love
    From Furkan

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    • Dear Furkan,
      It can easily be understood that you copied and pasted here. This is a plagiarism. It is not written by you. If you do it again, you have to face the consequences! Also, it doesn’t have to be so long. You have to read information from different resources and write it with your own words.
      Instructor Nazmi

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  2. Dear Mr.Nazmi DINCER

    Excuse me , I share my information about South Africa with other people. I’m starting.

    South Africa doesn’t want to visa from Turkish people for students and at most for 1 month ,but if you stay for a long time stay, you must get visa.

    South Africian people use South African Rand. South Africa wasbe exploited in the past and now. So they have different languages for example ; English , Frenche besides they have a lot of unlike native languages for example ; Nbedele, Xhosa, Zulu , Tswana , Swati , Venda…

    South Africa climate is the same everytime. There isn’t a big difference. Only, it is usually very hot , but this is a big problem because if it doesn’t rain, it becomes drought and there is drought in this country.

    And final, If there is fire you must call 10177, If there is a medical problem you must 10172 and If there is a culprit person you must call 10111… These are you can conjure.

    Yours sincerely.
    Ömer Faruk TEMUR

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    • Dear Ömer,
      First of all, this is an formal post. Don’t write informal sentences and words for example; “I’m starting or Excuse me” You need to be careful about “auxilary verbs such as am,is,are, was,were, be”. Also, When you write a sentence, word order is very important. Subject+Verb+Object is a general rule in English. Moreover, I suggest you to proofread your text before you send it to me.
      Thanks,
      Instructor Nazmi.

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  3. Dear Sir Nazmi,
    This is Nacak. I’m a student in your section four. I’m writing about information for tourists and visitors in Brazil.
    1) Languages
    – Brazil’s official language is Portuguese.
    Schools in Brazil give education in English and Spanish.

    2) Money and Currency
    – The currency is Brazilian Real.
    – You had better carry credit card and cash in your pocket.

    3) Visas
    – For Turkey, tourists and visitor can stay for a maximum of ninety days.
    – Turkish people don’t have to have visas to go to Brazil.

    4) Weather
    – Brazil has five different climates.
    – Brazil is very big country so temperature is different from region to region.

    5) Safe and Emergencies
    – If you need help, dial 911 for Police, Fire and Ambulance.

    6) Road and Travel
    – You can use bus, subway, taxi and bycle.
    – You can find them easily them.

    Yours faithfully,
    Nacak.

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    • Dear Yıldırım,
      I recommend you to read my post again. It was South Africa not Brazil. However, your text looks good. Also, check the difference between had better and have better.
      Thanks,
      Instructor Nazmi

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  4. Dear Mr. Dincer,
    This is Selcuk Akyol. I’m a cadet in your section. I’m writing about tourist information.

    Information brochure for tourists and visitors in South Africa

    1. Visas and immigration
    – Turkish people don’t apply visa onfor one month visit in South Africa.
    – If your training lasts longer than one month, you will need to obtain a visa from the South African Embassy.
    – Higher education students are allowed to work up to twenty hours a week in South Africa.
    – There aren’t work permits for students with language education.

    2. Money and currency
    – The currency is South Africa Rand.
    – Most hotels, stores and bank in many cities accept credit cards.

    3. Language
    – Official languages are English and Afrikaans. Apart from these languages, local languages are also spoken.
    – There are eleven official languages.( English, Ndebele, Pedi, Sotho etc. )

    4. Weather
    – South Africa has a mild and partly tropical climate.
    – There aren’t many temperature differences between seasons in the country.
    – The semi-arid climate is living in the southern coastal areas.

    5. Safety and emergencies
    – Some important phone numbers:
    Ambulance: 10177
    Fire: 10177
    Police: 10111
    – The theft rate is higher in the country. So, not carry loats of cash.

    6. Road travel
    – You should get on International Driving Certificate to keep your driving car and it’s enough to have a valid driving license.
    – In South Africa, the flow at traffic flows from the left like the UK.
    – Drivers are required to have an international driving license for car hire.

    Yours sincerely,
    Selcuk

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  5. Dear Sir Nazmi

    This is İhsan. I’m a student in your section 4.
    I’m writing about information for touriists and visitors in Azerbaijan.
    A country is worth seeing for Turkish people.
    -Official language of the state is Azerbaijani Turkish
    -The country is general muslim.
    -The currency of Azerbaijan is Manat.
    -Azerbaijan has 9.7 million population.
    -You should see Girl Castle. The castle has historic places.
    -You should see Göygül lake. The lake hasis very natural.
    -You should definitely see the Obustan National Park. There are Important historical places for Obustan Azerbaijanis.
    -You should eat Shah Rice. It’s very tasty.
    -I recommend you to eat leveng as seafood. But, it must be fresh.
    -I recommend you not to go to nightlife because it costs so much money.

    Yours faithfully

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    • Dear Ihsan,
      Please read my instructions thoroughly. I need information about South Africa not Azarbaijan. Don’t forget to proofread your text before you send it so that you will have less mistakes and better text.
      Thanks,
      Instructor Nazmi.

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  6. Dear Mr.Dincer,

    This is Cafer. I’m 18 years old. I saw your text. I am writing this text becaus people want to go to the South Africa , I want to help. first. Firstly, I want to talk about visa and immigration.

    ——Visa and Immirgation;—–
    —You have to have a formal visa. If you don’t have , you can take from to yours country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. But look this is a very important a information. You cannot Don’t forget. Do you do you understoodunderstand me.
    —Tourists and visitors can stay for a maximum of six(6) months.

    —–South Africa’s currency information about——
    —You have to use RAND currency in there. Because this is their currency, and they use this. You don’t worry. You can change your money in an exchange office.

    —–Languages—–
    —You can speak eleven(11) different languages in there. Because this country’s people have eleven different languages. For example;
    South Africa’s formal languages;
    English , Afrikaans ,Xhosa , Zuluca , Sotho ,Tavana , Kuzey Sotho ,Venda , Tsongaca , Swati , and Güney Ndebele. If you know the one no problem.

    —–Weather—–
    —It has different weather this is place.You have to take precaution to everything. Because if you don’t take precaution come out a loser?????. So you must be careful .

    —–The numbers to call in an emergency—–
    — I am giving you emergency numbers. You have to use the numbers . Your are for the high jump. +Johannesburg Emergency Numbers+
    Emergency Call Centre – 011 375 5555
    Fire / Ambulance – 011 375 5911
    Metro Police – 011 490 1510
    Water – 011 6881500
    Electricity – 011 375 5555

    +Pretoria / Tshwane Emergency Numbers+
    Emergency Call Centre – 012 368 2111
    Fire / Ambulance – 012 310 6300
    Metro Police – 012 358 7095
    Water – 012 358 2111
    Electricity – 080 111 1556

    +Durban Emergency Numbers+
    Emergency Call Centre – 031 311 1111
    Fire / Ambulance – 031 361 0000
    Metro Police – 031 361 0000
    Water – 080 131 3013
    Electricity – 080 131 3111

    +Port Elizabeth Emergency Numbers+
    Emergency Call Centre – 041 506 5555
    Fire / Ambulance – 041 585 1555
    Metro Police – 041 402 1002
    Water – 041 360 7811
    Electricity – 041 374 4434

    +East London Emergency Numbers+
    Emergency Call Centre – 043 705 2000
    Fire / Ambulance – 043 705 9000
    Metro Police – 043 705 2111
    Water – 043 705 9200
    Electricity – 043 705 9234 or a/h 043 705 9200

    +Bloemfontein Emergency Numbers+
    Emergency Call Centre – 051 405 8911
    Fire – 051 406 6666
    Ambulance – 051 407 6000
    Metro Police – 051 407 3940
    Water – 051 405 8191
    Electricity – 051 409 2345

    +Cape Town Emergency Numbers+
    ALL EMERGENCIES – 071 or (cell 021 480 7700)
    That’s all.
    Yours sincerely,
    Cafer.

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    • Dear Cafer,
      From the beginning of the year, you have been studying very hard. Despite your low scores in the first quizes, you didn’t lose your ambition and willingnes. In the last exam, we saw that you made a good progress. Also, It can be understood that the text above is written by you and it looks you spent time for it.I need you to be more careful and make prof-reading before you send it to me.
      I really appreciate you for your effort. Keep studying. You will be one of the best students at the end of the year.
      Thanks,
      Instructor Nazmi

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  7. Dear Sir Dincer ,
    I will give you information about South Africa. The passport has to be valid for 6 months. The official currency of South Africa is South Africa Rand, (1USD~R10). You should have fly pepellent on your side because malaria can be seen in some parts counrty. You can wear long sleeved t-shirt and pair of pants to protect yourself from flies. There are 11 official languages in South Africa. But most rommon language is English.The winter season is cold and rainy. Indian ocean coast climate summer,winter temperate and tropical.South Africa restaurants,quality eating and drink very reasonable prices.
    Ambulance=10177
    Firefighters=10177
    Police=10111

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  8. Dear Mr. Dincer,
    This is Görkem Gül . I’m a student in your section. I’m writing about tourist information.

    Information brochure for tourists and visitors in South Africa :
    Immigration and Visas :
    – For Turkey, tourists and visitor can stay for a maximum of thirty days.
    – There aren’t work permits for students with language education.
    Money and Currency :
    – The currency is South Africa Rand.
    Safety and emergencies
    – Some important phone numbers:
    Ambulance: 10177
    Fire: 10177
    Police: 10111
    Weather :
    – There aren’t many temperature differences between seasons in the country.You must be careful.
    Languages:
    Afrikaner and English are vernacural language in South Africa.
    Thanks,

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  9. Hello Mr. Dincer
    This is Ismail Özbahar. I’m a student in your section. I’m writing about tourist information. I want tothe tell about South Africa Republic.

    GENERAL DESCRIPTION ;
    -South Africa Republic’s population is fifty million.
    -South Africa Republic has a Atlantic Ocean and India Ocean.
    -South Africa Republic is on the South Africa Contident
    -South Africa Republic’s president is Jacop Zuma
    -South Africa Republic is not muslim. Their region is ‘Christian’ .

    VISA ;
    -South Africa Republic doesn’t give visa for one month visit to turkish citizen.
    – If you think of going there .Firstly, you can go to the South Africa Consulate

    CURRENCY;
    -South Africa Republic’s currency is ‘Rand’.
    -Türkish Lira is more valuable than Rand.

    LANGUAGES;
    -South Africa Republic has got a eleven languages
    English, Afrikaans, Southbound, South sothoca, Suatice, Tsangoca, Tswananc, Vendoc, Xhasace, Zulu languages

    THE WEATHER;
    -South Africa’s weather is mild climate.
    -The rainfal is middle.
    -A lot of fruits grow in the South Africa Republic

    THE IMPORTANT NUMBER;
    -Police:10111
    -Tourist pollice;021-4182853
    -Country code:27
    -Cape Town City code:021

    SPECİALLY;
    -You should see addo Elephant National Park
    -You can eat ‘burevers’ . Bruvers is very delicious meal.
    -You can go to the ‘Africaburn Festival’. This festival is very exciting.

    Thank you for listening me Mr. Dincer. Good holidays.
    Yours Sincerely
    Ismail

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  10. Dear Mr. DİNÇER,
    I would like information about South Africa.I have found information about Africa.It is located at the southernmost tip of Africa.South Africa with the South Atlantic and South Africa with the Indian Ocean to the south; Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe in the north, Mozambique and Swaziland in the north. Lesotho, a small kingdom, is in the territory of the Republic of South Africa. The population of the Republic of South Africa, which covers almost half of the southern part of the African continent, is around 54 million.South Africa has three separate capitals with different functions.Dutch and British colonies.Nelson Mandela is known as the most famous prisoner in the world. After staying in prison for 27 years in Robben Island in South Africa, in the 1980s he became known about the concentration of the fight against racism all over the world. Nelson Mandela was 71 years old when she was released. On 10 May 1994 the first black president of South Africa was elected. Mandela’s “Struggle is my life. I will fight for the independence of the black until the end of my life. “Africa has the second largest economy.Africa’s currency South African rand.
    OFFICIAL LANGUAGE: Afrikaner, English
    RELIGION: Christianity, Islam
    Climate
    tropical and subtropical climate countries dominate. The climate is softer than in other parts of Africa. Because of this reason, the Europeans settled here and they have dominated this area for a long time. It is the place where the greatest influence of climate is moderate and the sea around it. No place in South Africa is 800 km away from the sea. The average temperature is noticeably flat in the north and south. The west coast is the effect of the cold water current in Benguela and the eastern coast is the effect of the hot water current in Mozambique. The average annual temperature in the West Coast of Port Nolloth is around 13 ° C, while in the eastern Durban this is about 20 ° C. Mediterranean climate features are seen in Ümit. In this region, summers are hot and arid, and winters are warm and rainy. The winter season lasts about 150 days. The summer season lasts for as long as six months. Rainfalls are generally seen in summer.

    homework copy paste is not .I worked hard
    That is all I say.
    Your friend has a good holiday.
    A.ARSLAN

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  11. Dear Mr. Dincer
    This is Onur CESUROGLU. I’m a student in your section. I will write about tourist information.I think you should go to South Africa. Because, I went to South Africa in last year, and I liked it. There are three capitals, these Pretoria, Cape Town, and Bloemfontein. Cape town is better than other cities. So you can go to Cape Town. South Africa has 10 international airports, but you should go to Cape Town airport. Because tickets are cheap. You can travel by hitchhiking. You don’t need a visa to stay for thirty days. They are using South African rand. But you can pay in dollars.
    South Africa has 11 official languages. These Afrikaans, Southern Ndebele, Xhosa, Zulu, Swazi, Northern Sotho, Southern Sotho, Tswana, Tsonga, Venda and English. You can speak English. Because, They can speak English.
    It has different weather. Some regions are very rainy, but In some regions, There is little rain. South Africa is more temperate than other African countries.
    You can call these numbers in an emergency. Ambulance: 10177 Fire: 10177 Police: 10111
    Yours Sincerely
    Onur

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  12. Dear Mr. Dincer
    This is Ertan CELEBI.I’m a student.I’m writing about tourist information mail for tourist and visitors in South Africa.
    1.Weather
    -The climate in South Africa ranges from desert and semi-desert in the North West of the country to sub-tropical on the Eastern coastline .
    2.Visas and immigration
    -You have to nationalities don’t need a visa for a stay of 30 days or less.
    3.Road travel
    -You should get on International Driving Certificate to keep your driving car and it’s enough to have a valid driving license.
    4.Language
    -Official languages are English and Afrikaans.
    -There are eleven official languages.
    5.Safety and emergencies
    • 107 – Emergency (in Cape Town only from fixed lines)
    • 10111 – Police
    • 10177 – Ambulance
    • 082911 – Netcare911
    -South Africa has a high rate of traffic accidents. It regularly ranks somewhere between 8 to 11 among the countries with the highest per-capita traffic-related death rates in the world .
    6.Money
    -The currency of South Africa is the Rand for which the symbol, R
    -You should usually carry cash.

    Yours sincerely,
    Ertan

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  13. Dear Sir Nazmi,
    I am Mehmet. I am a student. I am writing about tourist information.
    I will give you information about South Africa.
    1. Visas and immigration
    – If Turkish people don’t have a passport, They can only stay for one month. one month visit in South Africa
    – South Africa doesn’t migrate.
    2. Money and Currency
    – The currency of South Africa is Rand.
    – You should change money to South Africa Rand.
    3. Languages
    – There are eleven offical languages.
    – Offical languages are English and Afrikaans.
    – You should learn basic English or basic Afrikaans.
    4. Weather
    – South Africa has a mild and partly tropical climate.
    – You should put some thin clothes in bag.
    5. Safety and emergencies
    – Some important phone numbers:
    Ambulance: 10177
    Fire: 10177
    Police: 10111.
    – Theft is at the top of the country. So you can be very carefull.
    6. Road Travel
    – In South Africa, traffic flows from the left.
    Yours sincerely,
    Mehmet

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  14. Dear Mr. Nazmi
    I’m Mehmet. I will give some information for those who want to go to South Africa. I hope this informationswill be helpful.

    1) Visas and immigration
    *You don’t need a visa for the first montha first month visa but, then you should have visa.

    2) Currency
    *South Africa currency is South Africa rand.
    *Algicuture and mining are the mainstay of the coutry’s economy.

    3) Languages
    *South Africa has eleven formal languages. For example; English,African,South Ndebele,South Sotho, North Sortho,Svatic,Tsonga,Tswana,Venda,Xhosa,Zulu.

    4) Weather
    *South Africa has desert,temperature climate,meditermean climate.
    *If you want to observe wildlife, you should visit in the winter.
    *If you like festivals, you shold visit in the summer.

    5) The number to call in an emergency
    *Ambulance: 10177
    *Fire:10177
    *Police:10111

    Yours sincerely,
    Mehmet

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  15. Dear Mr. DINCER
    I’m Abdullah and I am writing under this caption about Tourist Information of South Africa.
    INFORMATION BROCHURE
    1-)Visas and immigration:
    -For a student, you can get visas from 1 to 2 month.
    -There aren’t work permits for normal peaple with language education.
    2-)Money and currency
    -The currency is Brazilian Real.
    -You shouldn’t carry cash, you should carrt credit card because South Africa has a lot of thief.
    3)Language
    -South Africa Republic to accepts two main languages.
    -Folks speak a lot of languages in South Africa. For example Ndebele, Pedi, Sotho etc.
    -You should learn English then you may be relax.
    4-)Weather
    -South Africa in tropical climate.
    -You should wear a rain uniform.
    5-)Safety and emergencies
    -Very important phone numbers:
    Ambulance: 10177
    Police: 10111
    Fire: 10177
    6-)Road travel
    -You should can use horse car because it is very cheap and you can easily find it everywhere.
    Yours Sincerely
    Abdullah Selim ERTAN

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  16. Dear Sir Nazmi,
    This is Caner UNAL. I’m a cadet in your 4th section. I’m writing about tourist information.
    I am going to describe South Africa in this text.

    Visas and immigration

    You can visit to South Africa for one month.
    If you want stay longer than one month, you have to use visas.

    Currency

    South Africa use South Africa Rand.
    You should exchange your money to Rand but you can use global credit cards.

    Languages

    There are eleven official languages in South Africa.
    If you want talk to people, you should learn English. Because they are usually use English.

    Weather

    South Africa is in Africa. Africa is a hot place.
    So you should take some summer clothes.

    The numbers to call in an emergency

    If you see some bad things, you should call this number.
    Ambulance: 10177
    Fire: 10177
    Police: 10111

    Yours sincerely,
    Caner UNAL

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  17. Dear Mr. DINCER,

    I’m Rıfat. I’m a student in section four. I’m writing about information for tourists and visitors in South Africa.

    1- Visas and Immigration:
    For Turkish people, before going there, you should get visa. If tourists can’t get visa, they can stay just for thirty days.

    2- Money and Currency:
    Africa’s currency is Africa Rand. Tourists can use credit cards everywhere.

    3-Language:
    African people can speak eleven languages.
    In Africa, Official languages are English, Afrikaans, Xhosa language and Sotho language but African people often speak English and Afrikaans. So going there, tourists can learn basic English words.

    4-Weather:
    South Africa has tropical climate. It has got usually warm or sunny and hot weather. So tourists can go there in all seasons. It rarely rains in summer. So tourists shouldn’t go without umbrella.

    5-Safety and Emergencies:
    If tourists need an emergency phone number, they can call these phone numbers.
    Police: 10111
    Fire / Ambulance: 10177

    6- Road&Travel:
    Tourists have to keep driving lisence in cars because, It is a very important need to road travel.
    If Tourists want to drive a car in the South Africa, they can’t drive it on the right. They have to drive on the left.

    Yours sincerely
    Rıfat CAGLAR

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  18. Dear Mr Dincer

    First of all, your friend made a good choice. Because I think South Africa has lots of good places. All people should goo and see. I would recommend that you eat the famous dishes. He has to taste Malva puding. He can hitchhike. You shouldn’t buying new technological developments.

    ***Visas and Immigration
    Other people should usually make a visa forto go to South Africa. People can only stay 30 days if they do not get a visa in South America.

    ***Currency
    South Africa’s currency is rand, so they use to rand. Rand value is a low currency. Turkish lira is more valuable than rand.

    *** Languages
    South Africa,is Bolivia and India are countries that have a lot of languages. Afterwards South Africa have eleven offical languages. These are English, Afrikaans, Xhosa Language, Zulu Language, Sotho Language, Tsvana Language, North Sotho Language, Venda Language, Tsonga Language, Swati Language and South Ndebele Language.

    ***Weather
    South Africa generally has warm weather. South Africa’s climate is tropical climate. He should bring an umbrella next to him to protect himself from the sun. Because it’s very sunny. You shouldn’t lose health.

    ***Safety&Emergencies
    Ambulance: 10177
    Fire: 10177
    Police: 10111
    He can call these numbers when he needscalling an emergency.

    ***Road Travel
    There are fewer cars than Turkey, so there are fewer problems. Traffic flow from left in South Africa. Few cars flow smoothly.

    Sincerely yours,
    Sefa

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  19. Dear Mr. Nazmi

    I’m Samet Burak . I did some research to makeprovide you with information about it . İn my research , I found the topics very interesting . First of all , I want to talk about South Africa’s location . It is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean.
    The Republic of South Africa has 11 official languages . This is very interesting to me . These languages are English , Afrikaans , Venda , Sotho , Xhosa , Zuluca , Northern Sotho , Tavana, Tsongaca , South Ndebele and Swati . Also, this country has three capitals . Their capitals are Cape Town , Pretoria , Bloemfontein but Cape Town is South Africa’s best famous city . I would like you to visit Cape Town , Johannesburg , Durban, Pretoria , Port Elizabeth on your South Africa tour . These cities are beautiful . The currency of South Africa is the South African Rand (ZAR) . This country isn’t using the euro . In South Africa the weather is usually hot and warm so , wear thinner clothes .
    Numbers to call in an emergency:
    Ambulance-Fire brigade: 10177 – Police: 10111

    Come on, prepare your suitcase!
    Yours sincerely
    Samet

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  20. Dear Mr. Dincer
    I am Sefa. I am in section four.a section in your class. I’m writing about South Africa.
    -Visas and immigration
    If you want to go to South Africa, you have to have visa. Because, it wants to visa.
    You can get visa from from to yours country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
    Tourists and visitors can stay for a maximum of six month.
    If you stay one month or more, you need much more money.
    -Currency
    The currency is Brazilian Real.
    You had better carry a credit card. Because, it is dangerous.
    -Languages
    Brazil’s official language is Portuguese.
    Schools in Brazil give education in English and Spanish.
    -Weather
    It has different climates.
    Brazil is a very big country so temperature is different from region to region.
    -The numbers to call in an emergency
    Ambulance=10177
    Firefighters=10177
    Police=10111
    If you go to South Africa, you should pay attention to this information.

    Yours faithfully
    Sefa

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  21. Dear Mr Dinçer
    This is Yeşim. I am writing talking about South Africa. South Africa has three different cities. They’re Pretonia Cape Town,Bloemtain.Population’s 79.7 % are Christian. You should use insect medicine. You have to be vaccinated.
    Visas and İmmigration
    *You can’t get a visa until 30 days.
    *Tourist can stay without visa 30 days.

    Money and Currency
    *The currency is zar.
    *I think you should use credit card,because there are a lots of thieves in there.
    *You have to keep an eye on your money.be careful your pocket or carry.

    Language
    *South Africa has 11 different official languages.
    *You should learn avaregesome English.

    Weather
    *Summer’sIn summers, it has festivals because weather is hot,and dry. Winter is rainy,,and cold. In some seasons nights are very cold but during a day it is hot.
    *You have to use suncream, and sunglasses.
    Safety and Emergencies
    *You have to visit with other people because it isn’t reliable.
    *If you have a different event you can call these numbers
    NATİONAL EMERGENCİES RESPONSE:10111
    CELL PHONE:112
    AMBULANCE:10177
    Sincerely yours
    YEŞİM

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  22. Dear Sir,
    This is Mehmet GÖRGÜLÜER . I’m writing about South Africa my homework .

    — General Information–
    South Africa is the richest country of Africa . 54 million people live in South Africa . There are about 1.5 million muslims in South Africa . It has three capital cities . These are Pretoria , Cape Town , Bloemfontein. If you want to go to South Africa . You have to speak English . Hichhiking is free in South Africa.

    — Visas and Immigration–
    If you stay South Africa for a month. You don’t have to get visa . You have to get a visa from the South Africa for one more month . Taking a visa difficult for South Africa . You must pay 800 euros for visa.

    –Emergency Numbers–
    – Ambulance (10177)
    – Cell Phone (112)
    – National (10111)

    –Money and Currency–
    The currency is South Africa Rand.

    –My Opinion–
    I think South Africa is very well country . My cousin have gone to South Africa . He has praised to South Africa . I want to go to South Africa . I wonder there.

    Yours sincerely
    Mehmet

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  23. Dear Mr. Dincer
    I’m a student of Section 4. I will tell you about South Africa in this article. The area of South Africa is 1,220,000 km². But the population of the African republic is crowded. It has 1,216 billion people. By the way this country is different from others. Because the African Republic has three capitals. They are Pretoria, Bloemfontein and Cape Town. And it has eleven official languages. They usually speak English. I think you should learn a few sentences language before going.

    -MONEY AND CURRENCY:
    Country currency is Rand. They always use this money. You can also use a credit card there. You have to use these two. So you should always have Rand.

    -WEATHER:
    South Africa is mostly hot and dry but, this is a damp country. I think you should wear a hat and shorts. Because it’s too hot.

    -VISAS AND IMMIGRATION:
    You need to get visa and a passport to go to South Africa. The visa price is €36. But if you are Turkish, you can stay for one month without a visa. If you are not you have to get a visa.

    -EMERGENCY
    You should use these numbers, if there is an emergency.
    Ambulance:10177
    Fire:10177
    Police:10111

    To sum up you should see South Africa. I think go there and see new places.
    Yours sincerely
    Koray Atakan

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