Dating love in ecuador
Spanish is the national language; thirteen indigenous languages are spoken, of which the principal ones are Quichua in the Sierra and the Oriente and Jivaroan in the Oriente.The citizens take great pride in being Ecuadorian and refer to themselves as ecuatorianos(-as) and gente (people).For Venezuelan women being beautiful is not only desirable, it also carries with it a sense of duty or responsibility in their minds.They dress for daily life in a manner that women in other countries might do for a big party.
People in the upper and upper–middle classes generally identify by skin color as blanco ("white"), to distinguish themselves from those whom they regard as "below" them.
Venezuelan women are generally extroverted and quite gregarious by nature.
They grew up with music and have rhythm in their blood.
In Quichua and Quechua people identify as Runa ("fully human"), and their language as runa shimi ("human speech").
All of the nationalities identify in their own languages as both fully human beings and as Ecuadorians.
The Quichua (pronounced Kéechua) speakers of the Andes and Amazonia are differentiated from one another, but come together when common causes arise.