Three Groups of 7 Quiz

Can you guess the members of these three different groups of 7?
Largest economies by Purchasing Power Parity, 2019
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Last updated: October 12, 2019
First submittedApril 15, 2012
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Average score95.2%
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Days of the Week
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
First 7 Multiples of 3
3
6
9
12
15
18
21
Largest Economy Countries
United States
China
India
Japan
Germany
Russia
Indonesia
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Level 34
May 1, 2012
You should add america as a spelling for the united states
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Level 17
Jan 29, 2014
I don't know why people refer to The United States of America as just America... it's lazy.. and very wrong.
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Level 27
Apr 27, 2014
Jerry928, I am Canadian and me and the majority of the people I know refer to USers as Americans, but I don't think that it should be accepted as an answer for the United States when you can simply type USA.
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Level 77
Sep 16, 2015
Amiiville, do you also complain about the people from Republic of China being called Chinese, or people from the Commonwealth of Australia being called Australians? I don't hear too many people calling them Republic of Chinese or Commonwealth of Australians, nor do I hear them called "Republic-ers" or "Commonwealthers". Micronesians are not called "Federationers" or FSers. Why do people keep harping on about this?
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Level 49
Dec 16, 2021
But *jacobszekula*, I don't think "Americans" means only for people of the USA, but it means anyone from "North and South America". Simply, a person from "Brazil is a Brazilian", but he's an "American" in the first place and then, "Brazilian". Similarly, a person from "Mexico" is "American" first and then, "Mexican", etc.

So, yes, as you said, I think typing just "America" for "USA" is not accepted.

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Level 49
Dec 16, 2021
Oh boy *ander217*, you clearly are talking about one thing and forgetting something.

Remember, there is a problem of understanding when people say just "America" because it's not just "a single country", even the continents are also called "Americas"! As I said in my above comment, all the people from "North and South America" are *Americans* FIRST and *Mexican, Canadian, Guatemalan, Argentinian, Chilean, etc.* NEXT.

So, there will be a clear doubt to someone if you just say "America/American", it's NOT WRONG, but it's confusing.

So, it's always better to say "I'm from the USA" rather than just using "I am American". (it's still acceptable tho, just a little confusing that whether he/she is from the country AMERICA or the continents AMERICAS)

Coming to *China/Republic of China* and *Commonwealth of Australia*, there's no other country or place with that name, so you can undoubtedly say *Chinese* and *Australian*

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Level 24
Jul 27, 2012
the fact that some people didn't get 100% is very upsetting
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Level 43
Aug 9, 2020
lol, am I the only one who had all multiples of three wrong? I just wrote them down in letters. Lmao. Btw, maybe this is the reason why there are people without 100% score.