I think the first and foremost thing I would tell someone about my country is the freedom that comes with living here. People are free to make their choices and do whatever they wish to do with their lives, no matter what color their skin is or if they are male or female. This means they belong to whatever church they which, etc. I would also share with them how culturally diverse this country is. It is truly a "melting pot."
If I were to tell someone about my country ( which is the United States of America) I would tell them about the freedoms that we have. We are lucky in that we have freedom of speech. We can discuss and debate topics without persecution. Our freedom of religion is another topic that I feel is important. We can worship any deity we want to and are not subject to any type of government action. We are free to choose our professions and are able to be educated no matter what are gender or ethnicity is. I think these are some of the things that make are country great.
My country is the United States.
If I were going to tell someone who is interested in my country about us, I would emphasize a couple of things.
First, I would talk about what a diverse country this is. I mean that the US is very diverse in terms of ethnicity, but also in many other ways. We have people from many different religions and people who live in very different places. The rural area where I live is extremely different than the cities that you see on TV.
Second, I would talk about how much Americans love things. We are in love with our cars, for example. We tend to love to have big houses. It is not the most admirable thing about us, but it is significant.
I would pick those two because the first tells something important about our country's values. The second tells something important about our daily lives and our lifestyles.