(it's been a few years since anyone pointed this out, time for a reminder)
Arguably three of the easier countries.
What does it say on my passport? English citizen? Scottish? No, it says British.
memorize something you dont know of
Stress? I doubt it, although it is stressful being a lawyer from California. I think the likely culprit is cramming every single California law into your mind at the same time.That is bad for your health Pops! At our age we've gotta be careful.
Try upping that Gingko Biloba. And if you've got to cram things into your mind, start with a small list, like a list of all the countries in the world, or all 50 States. Or if that seems too daunting, start with a list of your favorite politicians. That's doable for any American! ;)
It's spelt 'Sweden'.
Just completely forget about it.
Come Marching in....
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
Sao Tome and Principe
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Serbia and Montenegro
That's a BAD country
Things also boil down to English not having a language authority, so any editor/webmaster/Quizmaster ultimately make their own decision about the choice of official or unofficial name, or the choice between long and short form.
Good quiz btw a lot more S countries than id ever imagined
*cries in Dutch*
What about Sint Maarten, Scotland, Sicily and Starbuck in the west.
"As of February 2019, we now use the name "Eswatini" instead of "Swaziland"
*attempts to type in Siam*
You scored 5/26 = 19%
This beats or equals 4.5% of test takers
The average score is 18
Your high score is 5
Sorry for the caps lol