The "A day in the life news show" is very funny and it makes you know a lot of information about what you want to do, for example, Farida T. and I are doing to do the cooking show of India, the weather of India and Bangladesh, and the breaking news of the South Asia.
We have learned much about the Indian cuisine and we will make you know it too.
This activity of the national profile is very helpful because after that you do it, you will know a lot of information about your chosen country.        
This is the percent of the religions that there are in India:
Hindus: 80.46%
Muslim: 13.43%
Christians: 2.34%
Sikh: 1.87%
Buddhist: 0.77%
Animist, others: 0.72%
Jain: 0.41%

India has a large history and i am looking forward to learn about it.
In South Asia there are many interesting things:
-There are two of the longest rivers in the world: Brahmaputra River and Indus River.
-There is the highest mountain in the world: Mount Everest (29,028 ft. or 8,848 m high).
-There is the largest island in the world: Sri Lanka (25,332 sq. mi. or 65,610 sq. km).
-There is the lowest point in the world: coast of Bangladesh (0 ft. or 0 m high).
-Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated country in the world.
My parents and my uncle have already visited this region and they liked it.
I hope I will visit it.

My partner to do the year long project is Farida T.

Dialect and Slang Activity
Different word used:
Tamatem (Tomato) (Alexandria) vs Uta (Cairo)
Saloon (Western US) vs Bar (Eastern US)
Cipolla (Onion) (Lombardia, Italy) vs Sevoea (Venice)
Mestolo (Ladle) Milan vs Cazzolo (Venice)

Different pronunciation:
Piscina (Pool) (Lomabardia) vs Pisina (Venice)
Insomma (Lombardia) vs Inzomma (Napoli)

Define slang:
Slang is the use of words "not correct" in the language or in a dialect. It is used to speak socially. 
Discuss the value and place of slang in a society:
The slang is especially used by young people,it changes from place to place and from different groups of people inside the society.
Slang has evolved in time reflecting different moments of the cultural history.
List of slangs in American, English, and Australian:
American: ace (to do something very well). gig (a musical performance), hit the spot ( That was really good).
English: dosh (money), fab (fabulous), footie (football).
Australian: ambo (ambulance), Aussie (Australian), vedgies (vegetables).
List of slangs that themselves use:
picio (a kind way to say stupid),
bomba (very strong),
poppante (like a little child,
paninaro (a way of wearing in the 1980.