English though, definitely. I wish that Canada could just go with "The United Provinces of Canada", as the U.S. Goes with "The United States of America", and both of Mexico's FULL names are "Estados Unidos Mexicanos" (That translated to English being "The United Mexican States") and "República Mexicana" (That translated to English being "The Republic of Mexico").
Yet, Canada is Canada, they can be unique and have their full name just be Canada. It's up to the people of Canada (Or Justin Trudeau, I'll do research on that)
So, yes, there's a difference between facts and opinions. And your *opinion* is outdated.
(Example: “India is the most populous country on Earth.”
Is it an opinion? No, it’s merely a statement.
Is it correct? Also no, China is.)
taxes, so that the government can throw its money around to control
Maybe give the big countries 10-20 votes each? Then there's the question how to decide who gets more votes.
Palestine is not a country. It is a region.
Why? Firstly, because in 1988 they declared that they are a country, followed by most of the world's countries (139 out of 195, or 71%, so far) agreeing that it is a country. Nobody else (not even Israel) has claimed that it is theirs. Also because Palestine was granted UN observer status, like Vatican City has, and Switzerland had until 1992, on a vote of 138 to 9 (the US could veto full membership, but they just had to accept that almost nobody agreed with them because they cannot veto observer status). Also because when I visited there and had a look for myself its nationhood was obvious for several reasons (I'd list them all if there was space!). Anyone who disagrees with this assessment, go there and see for yourself before you parrot the US State Department and their political posture.
You scored 5/9 = 56%
This beats or equals 24.4% of test takers
The average score is 7
Your high score is 5
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