Examples of Formal Regions?

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A formal region a place that has a characteristic that is common throughout the area. Everyone lives in formal region, but they are not all the same sizes. The regions are country, continents, and Providences. These places are made up of water, climate, soils, landforms, and vegetation. A couple of examples of formal regions would be the language spoken to the accent a person has. Further, if the country or place celebrates the same traditions it is considered a formal region.
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