Geography fun 101
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ACTUALLY.....just tried and finished. does not work so don't even try
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I'm a geography expert, this quiz a kindergartener could get correct, yea make the quiz harder, it's WAY TOO easy
This quiz is ridiculously easy and you got a lot of the information incorrect, i.e., Niagara Falls is in America. Plus, you need to study your grammar.
i got 80 % And it is very easy
too easy therefore boring !
@Takara no, it's the four leafed clover.
It's a bit too easy, but all right.
I passed the Geography quiz with a 100% accuracy for a very simple reason - I studied Geography in the elementary school in Russia. Most of the American school for some reason feel that geography is not important. As a hero of a very old Russian play says, "You don't need Geography, my dear! Your coachman knows the way."
WTF does baseball have to do with geography?
Your question on the capital of Australia has a problem with the code. I answered Sydney and your quiz results say I answered Canberra instead.
That shows what you know - Niagara Falls is NOT in Canada. It's on the U.S. side of the border. Separated from that by a small island is Horseshoe Falls, on the Canadian side.
Three questions that U.S.A.ians often get wrong are:-
- The two longest rivers in North America? (They usually guess Missouri and Mississippi, but the answer is Missouri and Mackenzie.)
- Where was the first practical steam boat used? (They usually guess Fulton's effort on the Hudson, but it was actually the Charlotte Dundas on the Clyde.)
- Where was the first practical electric light bulb invented, and by whom? (They usually guess U.S.A. and by Edison, but it was actually England and by Swan - as the court case against Edison proved when he tried to muscle in.)
Just a small question. Isn't it the three leaved shamrock and not the four leaf clover that Ireland is famous for?
100% fun quiz
90% but knowing London will host the OG's not a sign of being smart...
60%! can I ask the maker of this quiz if their last name is Stone?
90%! Yay i'm smart!
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