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Label the South American Countries
Argentina - A large country in southeastern South America.
Atlantic Ocean - The ocean that borders South America on the east.
Bolivia - The westernmost of the two landlocked (not bordering an ocean) countries in South America.
Brazil - The biggest country in South America. It is the easternmost country in South America.
Chile - A long, thin country in southwestern South America.
Colombia - A country in the far northwest of South America. The equator passes through southern Colombia.
Ecuador - A country in northwestern South America; the equator passes through northern Ecuador. Ecuador borders the Pacific Ocean, is south of Colombia, and north of Peru.
Equator - An imaginary line around the earth, halfway between the North and South Poles.
French Guiana - An overseas department of France that is located in northern South America. It borders the Atlantic Ocean, Brazil, and Suriname.
Guyana - A small country in northern South America. It borders the Atlantic Ocean, Brazil, Venezuela, and Suriname.
Pacific Ocean - The ocean that borders South America on the west.
Paraguay - The easternmost of the two landlocked (not bordering an ocean) countries in South America.
Peru - It borders the Pacific Ocean.
Suriname - A small country in northern South America. It borders the Atlantic Ocean, Brazil, Guyana, and French Guiana.
Uruguay - A small country in southeastern South America that is bordered by Brazil, Argentina and the Atlantic Ocean.
Venezuela - A country in the far north of South America. It borders the Atlantic Ocean, Colombia, Brazil, and Guyana.
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